1 in 7
seniors in Arizona lives in poverty and struggles with hunger

About Senior Food Boxes

Serving Seniors

We're committed to serving seniors, one of our most vulnerable populations. Senior Food Boxes, or the Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP), improve the health of low-income seniors over 60 by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

CSFP is a joint venture of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, the USDA, and the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Eligible seniors receive a monthly food package consisting of all 5 major food groups and a loaf of cheese from their local Community Food Bank location or from other participating agencies in Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise, Graham, and Greenlee counties. Participants can collect their monthly food package at all Community Food Bank locations and at designated mobile distributions, or with participating local food pantries. 

To learn more about CSFP senior food boxes or determine your eligibility, please click on eligibility requirements. 

The USDA and The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona are equal opportunity providers. Please feel free to read our complete USDA/DES Non-Discrimination Statement