Alaska Resources for Help

20% of Alaska kids live in homes that may not have enough food

Division of Public Assistance

Find more information about SNAP (food Stamps), child care assistance, Medicaid, senior benefits and heating assistance.

Alaska WIC Program

Information regarding the Women, Infants and Children supplemental food program.

Alaska 2-1-1

Alaska 2-1-1 is your one-stop resource for finding help in your community. It’s free, confidential and available in almost any language.

Getting Involved is Easy!

Host a Food Drive

Starting a food drive is a great way to increase the supply of food and resources to neighbors in need. Getting started is easy!

Volunteer

There's so many ways to volunteer! Repack food, assist in the Fireweed Diner or help grow food in the green house.

Visit the Farmer's Market

Shop for locally grown produce on Tuesdays from 3 - 6 pm this summer. Get your fresh fruits and veggies here!