Food Distribution Schedules
Food for children 18+ under in Sarasota and DeSoto
All Faiths Food Bank partners with Sarasota and DeSoto County Schools Food and Nutrition Services and Sarasota County libraries to provide food to children and families over the summer.
Children must be in the car in order for parents or guardians to receive food at the schools.
Every Friday: 9AM – 1PM
Atwater Elementary School
Alta Vista Elementary School
Booker High School
Fruitville Elementary School
Garden Elementary School
Lamarque Elementary School
North Port High School
Wilkinson Elementary School
Sarasota County Libraries
Monday – Thursday : 10AM – 6PM Friday – Saturday: 10AM- 5PM
Elsie Quirk Public Library
Fruitville Public Library
Gulf Gate Public Library
Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library
North Sarasota Public Library
North Port Public Library
Shannon Staub Public Library
Venice Public Library
Monday – Thursday: 10AM – 8PM Friday-Saturday: 10AM – 5PM
Selby Public Library
DeSoto County Schools
Monday- Friday: 11:30AM – 12.30PM
DeSoto Middle School
Nocatee Elementary School
Monday- Friday: 11:00AM – 11.30AM
Louis Anderson Park
Monday- Friday: 11:50AM – 12.30PM
Casa San Juan Bosco
Registration: To register for Mobile Pantries follow instructions and link below.
You only need to register one time. This will reduce your check-in time when you visit a food distribution.
Once you have completed registration, you will be assigned a Client ID number. Write down or take a picture of this number and bring it with you to your next visit to speed up the check-in process.
All information provided by you in registration is private, and will not be shared with any individuals or outside organizations.
SNAP (FOOD STAMPS) Application Assistance: All Faiths Food Bank provides assistance to individuals in Sarasota and DeSoto counties who would like to enroll for SNAP benefits.
For Sarasota County: contact our Snap Outreach Specialist, Lisa Santos
For Desoto County:
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