food stamps

Frustrated about a potential $40 billion cut to SNAP and the government shutdown? These food programs will lift your spirits.

By Matt Kinshella and Deborah Willoughby

Even if your faith in the feds is shaken, you can always turn to your neighbors. 

Fighting hunger one garden at a time

The plant a row program designates drop-off sites so your garden can help fight hunger when you plant an extra row to donate to hunger-relief agencies.

211info staff member Deborah Willoughby recently visited with volunteers at the FISH of Orchards food pantry in Vancouver and said:

You can now apply for SNAP (food stamps) online in Oregon

In a much anticipated move, the application for SNAP (food stamps) is now available online here:
The application can be completed and submitted online, but applicants still need to complete an interview, either in person or over the phone. A representative from the local branch will contact applicants to schedule an interview time.