COVID-19
Response Campaign

The San Antonio Food Bank is in full operations as the city and county enter a period of “shelter from home.” The Food Bank’s network of food pantries and mobile food distributions remains fully operational and open to the public for help.

Food Pantries & SNAP Support

There are many ways to get help during the COVID-19 Crisis. The San Antonio Food Bank would like to help you find local options. We have food pantries across our 16-county service area. Our representatives can also help you sign up for state and federal benefits, like SNAP.

Call 210.431.8326 to speak with someone about all the ways to get help in your area.
(Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm • Saturday 9am-3pm)

Call for Help
Get SNAP Help

On-Site Food Distribution Takes Place:

Tuesday, October 27th, 1 – 4 pm

Wednesday, October 28th, 1-4 pm

Thursday, October 29th, 1-4 pm

Registration begins when gates open at Camargo Park around 10:30 am

Gates will close at max capacity

Camargo Park
5738 Castroville Rd,
San Antonio, TX 78227

Distribution starts at 1 pm

Camargo Park
5738 Castroville Rd,
San Antonio, TX 78227

Walk-ups are accepted if they have no access to a vehicle

By participating in this distribution, you are agreeing to not hold San Antonio Food Bank staff, volunteers or anyone involved in the distribution liable for damage to your vehicle

Pre-Registration is required for any city-wide distribution for both vehicles and walkups.

City-wide Distributions Sign Ups

Pre-registration is required for home deliveries. Limited to elderly and homebound individuals.

Home Delivery Sign Ups

Pre-registration for all rural distributions is required for both vehicles and walkups

Rural Distributions Sign Ups

Together we can fight hunger and feed hope in Southwest Texas!