At Somerset County Mobile Food Bank, our mission is to facilitate access to vital food resources for the residents of Somerset County.

We achieve this through a multifaceted approach that combines centralized and mobile food distribution methods. Our primary goal is to establish a collaborative network of food distributions that enhances the capacity of available food resources. Concurrently, we strive to engage with local food producers, incorporating their donated or saleable food items into our distribution system through partnerships with program stakeholders.


While we typically don’t make home deliveries, we offer a program for churches and organizations that would like to deliver boxes of food to disabled or elderly individuals in their area. The program serves those who have great difficulty picking up their own food.

Able-bodied cardholders and households with able-bodied family members must pick up their food at one of our nine distribution sites. Groups interested in becoming volunteers for the Homebound Program should contact us for more information. Each group needs a minimum of two responsible individuals of record. Additional volunteers are strongly recommended to fill in or help deliver the boxes.


Registration Form

To save time at the distribution site, download and print the form below. Complete the form and bring it with you to your first distribution. When you register, be sure to bring some proof of your current address with you, such as a driver’s license, electric bill, rental agreement, etc.

SCMFB Registration and TEFAP form
Please fill out both the registration form and the TEFAP form. Be sure to circle the entire line for the number in the house and sign the bold line at the bottom of the TEFAP form.


Our weather cancelation policy

If the Somerset County Technology Center is closed, the SCMFB distributions for that day are CANCELED. If any schools are delayed, the SCMFB schedule WILL NOT be delayed.

For Saturday distributions SCMFB organization will make its best decision to keep all involved safe. Stay tuned to WJAC closings and the SCMFB Facebook page for updates on cancellations.