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Flagstaff Family Food Center
Over 30 years ago, local businessman and philanthropist George McCullough would give his business card to any person he met on the street who needed some help and tell them to head over to the Grand Canyon Cafe for a hot meal and use his business card as payment at the end of the month, he would square up with the restaurant owners, Fred and Tina Wong. McCullough’s generosity became well known around Flagstaff and eventually evolved into a soup kitchen, first opened in the basement of his church. More and more community members became drawn to the mission of feeding those in need and on Christmas Day 1991, the Flagstaff Family Food Center officially opened its doors. The Center’s merger with Northern Arizona Food Bank in 2013 led to our new name of Flagstaff Family Food Center: Food Bank and Kitchen, and widened the scope of our services to include emergency family food boxes. And that’s how a community built the Flagstaff Family Food Center: Food Bank and Kitchen.
Address: 3805 East Huntington Drive, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004 United States
  • 928-526 -2211
TYPE: Food Banks
Area Served:
  • County
  • Neighborhood
Areas of Interest:
  • Food Security
Healthy Foods:
  • Distributes fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Sources fresh food from local/regional farms