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    An AmeriCorps NCCC Service Member volunteers at a food distribution event in June 2017.

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    Farm to Families: Local Golden Rocks Permaculture Farm delivers just-picked lettuces for the pantry.

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    NCO in Clearlake hosted the first "Dig-In" event for the community on March 25, 2015.

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    Free fresh food is delivered to various locations around the county every Friday.

Lake County Food & Produce Pantries

Tammy Alakszay, Lake County Community Action


Friday Produce Pantry, Throughout Lake County: First - Fourth Friday of each month

Main Line: 707-994-4647

Please see our flyers (right side of this page) for the most current information.

The mobile Friday Produce Pantry (FPP) provides food to Lake County communities during the first four Friday’s of each month, moving to two different locations each Friday and serving a total of 8 communities monthly. North Coast Opportunities Inc. (NCO), in partnership with the Redwood Empire Food Bank, established the program during the summer of 2016 to serve Valley Fire Survivors. The program continues to gain popularity and expand operations, now serving approximately 500 people each week.

El móvil Friday Produce Pantry (FPP) dona alimentos a las comunidades del Condado de Lake durante los primeros cuatro viernes de cada mes, se muda a dos lugares diferentes cada viernes y atiende a un total de 8 comunidades mensualmente. North Coast Opportunities Inc. (NCO), en asociación con Redwood Empire Food Bank, estableció el programa durante el verano de 2016 para servir a los sobrevivientes del incendio del Valle. El programa continúa ganando popularidad y expandiendo las operaciones, ahora brinda servicios a aproximadamente 500 personas cada semana.

The Clearlake Food Pantry closed operations on April 26th, 2018

“We’ve closing the Clearlake Food Pantry for two reasons,” says NCO Executive Director Patty Bruder. “Since 2018, we have seen a 40% decrease at the Clearlake Food Pantry whereas the numbers at the FPP have increased tremendously. We are devoted to NCO’s ongoing mission of meeting the needs within our community and focusing our resources on making the greatest impact. In addition, our building located at 14832 Lakeshore Avenue has sold. We’re in the process of finding a new location to house all our Lake County NCO programs.”