​How to Donate

  • Bring your donation directly to the Bremerton Foodline.

  • Mail a check directly to Bremerton Foodline, PO Box 824, Bremerton, WA 98337

  • Designate your Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) donation to the Bremeron Foodline #31086.

  • Donate by clicking the button below.

Current Needs

  • Diapers, formula, and baby food (High Need)

  • Special diet foods (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Halal, and Sugar-Free)

  • Canned fruit and vegetables

  • Tuna, chicken, spam, other canned proteins

  • Spices, oils, seasoning, sugar

  • Pet food and litter


Do's & Don'ts of Donation

  • Consider a monetary donation: Monetary donations help make a greater impact. When you donate money instead of food, the Food Bank can stretch your donation to nourish even more families thanks to our bulk purchasing power and partnerships with major retailers, manufacturers and farmers. A monetary gift also gives us the freedom to buy a variety of perishable food that’s already packed and palletized, and ready to leave our doors immediately.
  • Donate Non-Perishable Foods: While fresh foods are an important part of the food we provide, non-perishables are also needed and easy for you to donate. We can make the most of your non-perishable food donation when you consider three things: nutrition, usefulness, and quality vs. quantity.
  • Nutrition: We aim to provide your neighbors with the healthiest food possible. Items like whole grains, canned proteins, nut butters, and shelf-stable ingredients are great for helping client stretch their food budget.
  • Quality vs. Quantity: We encourage you to give the best food possible, but also realize you have a budget. If you can afford to donate organic items, great. If not, that’s OK, too. Every donation makes a difference. What's most important is that we all come together to help our neighbors.
  • Usefulness: While we encourage you to give what you can, it’s most beneficial for us to provide our clients with food they can use. Consider donating food with pop-top lids for our clients who may have difficulty opening cans with a can opener.