Community Food Bank in Tucson

Who We Are

The main branch of the Community Food Bank, the Punch Woods Multi-Service Center in Tucson, opened in 1996 and serves Tucson and the surrounding communities. Named for former Community Food Bank CEO Charles "Punch" Woods, the Tucson location houses the main warehouse, food pantry, Nuestra Tierra Learning Garden, the Gabrielle Giffords Resource Center, and CFB offices. 

New Hours

Please note that the Gabrielle Giffords Resource Center will be changing food distribution hours beginning October 2019. Please click below for more information.

New Hours


Getting Here


3003 S. Country Club Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85713


(520) 622-0525

Services Offered

Emergency Food Boxes

Providing emergency food to low-income individuals and households

Senior Food Boxes

Providing monthly food boxes to eligible low-income seniors

Farmers' Markets

Bringing fresh, local produce to our communities

Gabrielle Giffords Resource Center

Connecting families with resources beyond emergency food

Nuestra Tierra Learning Garden

Providing space for learning, growing, and community building