Fresh Food Box Program

We envision a community where every senior has access to the food they need to age with dignity regardless of mobility, transportation, or health barriers.

Missoula Food Bank & Community Center offers affordable home-deliveries of fresh foods on the last Thursday of the month for qualifying seniors and neighbors living with disabilities. Fresh Food Box offers small or large box options, and can be paid for by check, cash, card, or SNAP. This is a great way to maximize your SNAP dollars with a once per month delivery of fresh foods delivered right to your doorstep.

Fresh Food Box participants receive their first delivery for free! Fresh Food Boxes include fresh & frozen food at the lowest possible prices with no markup on cost. 

Choose between a small box ($7 or $3.50 using SNAP) and a large box ($15 or $7.50 using SNAP).

For more information and to sign up for our Fresh Food Box Program, contact Jessica Harrell, Senior Nutrition & Outreach Coordinator

(406) 549-0543 ext. 216 or

What's inside?

Fresh Food Box Contents offered seasonally throughout the year

  • frozen meat
  • frozen berries
  • broccoli
  • potatoes
  • eggs
  • cheese
  • carrots
  • apples
  • bread
  • butter
  • & more

Be sure to be home on Thursdays between 9:30-12 to receive your delivery!

Delivery Dates 2023

  • January 26
  • February 23
  • March 30
  • April 27
  • May 25
  • June 29
  • July 27
  • August 31
  • September 28
  • October 26
  • November 30
  • December 28

Need assistance signing up for SNAP?

The Food Bank also provides direct assistance to seniors who wish to enroll in the SNAP program. SNAP is an income-qualifying program that provides additional funds for food on a debit card each month, allowing participants to shop at their local grocery store. You can also use SNAP to cut your Fresh Food Box payment in half!

To learn more or to set up an appointment with our Program Application Specialist, contact Sarah Rodgers

406.549.0543 ext. 252 or 

Facts On
Food Insecurity

Fresh Food Box

31% of participants pay for their Fresh Food Boxes using SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) cutting their costs in half.