The Food Bank is OPEN, Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

In order to make food selection and distribution safer for Food Bank families, volunteers, and staff during the Coronavirus pandemic:

We are using a checklist and staff shoppers to help fill your grocery needs. (To save time, click on the link below to download and print a shopping list. You can also fill out a list at the Food Bank.)

We will do our best to fill your requests, and package the food for you while you wait in your car or outside (please use 6-foot social distancing while you wait.) If possible, please limit your shopping trips, so that we can avoid crowding the waiting area and overwhelming our staff. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this difficult time together.

Good Cheer Shopping List (Click to open)

Are you in a high-risk group due to age or underlying medical conditions and worried about going to a public place?

Good Cheer Food Bank allows people who are already signed up with us to have someone else shop for you.  All you need to do is send them along with a note with your name and date. If you are unable to shop during the hours we are open, please call us to arrange for home delivery.

If you need help for the first time and are isolated because of COVID-19 you can sign up over the phone by calling 360-221-4868.

Good Cheer is working closely with schools, Senior Resources, and Readiness To Learn to ensure that all who need access to food will be helped.


Q: How can a person help support Good Cheer?

A: We welcome and need volunteers, food donations, monetary donations, and items donated to Good Cheer’s Thrift Stores. We also appreciate patronage of the thrift stores. In addition, the Food Bank welcomes donations of surplus fresh garden produce, fruit, and clean, dated eggs in cartons.

Q: How do I find the Food Bank?

A: We are located at 2812 Grimm Road, near Bayview Corner