Community Food Bank serving Folsom, El Dorado Hills, and Granite Bay
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327 Montrose Drive, Folsom

Parking available across the street at Mt. Olive Church

Food Service Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
9am –12:30pm

Second Monday of the month
5:30pm – 7pm

10am –11:30am

Friday visits do not count toward monthly servings.
Food options and availability are limited.

Reusable grocery bag

When you visit, don't forget to bring your reusable grocery bags.

Food Distribution


Residents of Folsom, El Dorado Hills, and Granite Bay are eligible to receive groceries.

  • Identification
  • Proof of Address


On your first visit, you will need to provide an ID for yourself and all people living in your household. Members can be added to your account with a valid ID, such as a driver's license, birth certificate, medical card, school ID, or other picture ID. ID's, proof of address, and location requirements do not apply in order to receive USDA/TEFAP food.

The person picking up household food, must provide their ID at every visit.

Proof of Address

Proof of Address is required at your first visit, and once per year following. A proof of address is a document with your name, address, and date within the last 60 days. This is typically a piece of mail or utility bill. Access to documents on a smartphone is acceptable.

Note: IDs, proof of address, and location requirements do not apply in order to receive USDA/TEFAP food. This is an equal-opportunity institution.

Twin Lakes Food Bank Programs

Client Choice Food Distribution

We provide a grocery store experience that allows our guests to choose the food they need.

Pantry on Wheels & Angels on Wheels

We deliver fresh and shelf-stable groceries to seniors and housebound individuals in our community.

The Emergency Food Assistance Program

We offer stable food provided by The Emergency Food Assistance Program to supplement clients’ monthly groceries.

CalFresh Support

We assist individuals with their CalFresh application to help pay for groceries.

Man and wife

Tom just retired and, even though his wife continues to work, he did not anticipate the higher cost of groceries and inflation when calculating the impact of only one income. Even with downsizing and moving to a lower rent home, Tom and Susan are still having to manage living with more month than money. 

We never thought we would need a food bank, but the economy changed in a way that I couldn’t foresee. So, here we are.—Tom