Food

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Marion-Polk County Food Share

Free Food Boxes. Call the Marion-Polk Food share, provide them with your address, as well as the number of people in your household, to be directed to the food outlet nearest to your home.

For more information, please contact:

 Call 503-581-3855

 http://www.marionpolkfoodshare.org


Salem Harvest

Free access to local farms for the harvest of surplus crops. Half of each families harvest is theirs to keep, the other half is a donation for the Marion-Polk Food Share.

For more information, please contact:

1665 Cottage St. S.E.

Salem, Oregon 97302

(503)877-9045

http://www.salemharvest.org/index.php

                                                                                                                                 

Keizer Senior Center

Lunches - $4.00

930 Plymouth Dr. NE, Keizer, Oregon 97303 (503) 390-7441

http://ksascenter.com/index.htm

Excellent lunches” Tuesday – Friday; Full and nutritious.
Served from 11:15am to 12:15pm 

And many more events, daily !  See link below. 

http://ksascenter.com/calendar.pdf

                                                                                                                                 

Salem Food Cooperative


Locally and regionally grown sustainable foods. Bulk organic and natural foods.   Benefits for Oregon Trail card users.

1.  EBT payments are accepted at Salem Public Market on Saturdays for retail sale, or through their online ordering site with payment made in person at a Saturday pickup. How great is that for by healthy food and building community!!!

2.  Anyone ( members or not, including EBT participants) who volunteers  6 hours a month is eligible for the deepest 5% over cost discount for purchases!

3.  Members pay ($50/year or $200/lifetime) pay 20% over cost and non-members 30% over cost.

http://salemfood.coop/