Emergency Food Assistance Program
We currently offer three separate food programs to eligible Inyo & Mono county households. An intake application is required Annually for each program. These forms are used to collect necessary and required information that allows our agency to continue to serve.
If you or your family are in need of Emergency Food Assistance, please visit our Food Pantry @ 137 East South Street, Bishop, CA 93514. Our office is open M-F from 9A-4P.
For More information about our Emergency Food Assistance Programs please download the food information flyer below ↓
A Special Thanks to the University of California's, Agriculture and Natural Resources: Inyo-Mono Master Gardener Program. The volunteer's have spent countless hours supplying our food pantry with wonderful fresh produce.
Please visit: Inyo-Mono Master Gardener Program
Agency volunteers distribute monthly Commodities in 13 communities throughout Inyo and Mono Counties. We distribute meats, vegetables, fruits, grains and dairy products to eligible residents of Inyo and Mono counties once per month at each distribution site. For a complete listing please download the Food Information Flyers above.
*To be eligible for the Alternate Pick-up Form, a Medical Exemption may be required.
Mobile Harvest "Food Truck" Donation
IMACA has been working with the Food Bank of Northern Nevada to help fight hunger since 2011! Please see the Food Information Flyers above for the Monthly Mobile Harvest Donation near you!
Working with our network of partner agencies, volunteers, and donors, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada is constantly accepting and distributing donated and purchased food. Our drivers and program staff work tirelessly to deliver food to emergency food pantries, congregate feeding sites, shelters, senior centers, and child nutrition program sites.”
-Food Bank of Northern Nevada
Emergency Food Pantries
IMACA currently offers a Emergency food pantry for qualified residents in the following locations; Bishop, Darwin, Lone Pine, Mammoth Lakes & Lone Pine. IMACA's Emergency Food Pantries can be visited (2) twice per month. Each location has different operating hours which can be found on the Food Information Flyers above.