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The Cultural Cup Food Bank

We are an Alternative Food Bank serving the Maricopa County, Arizona. Our primary focus, but not limited to; is providing nutritional foods for those with dietary restrictions, such as kosher, halal, vegetarian, allergies, diabetic, cancer patients and more. We also provide overnight lunch bags for the homeless, families with children during summer months, as well as hygiene kits for those in need. We try our best to provide fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, dairy and frozen meats. Provided: Emergency Food Boxes, Baby Items (when available), Pet Food (when Available), Hygiene kits (when available)

This listing was last updated Sep 26, 2022

Location & Open Times

Monday: 9am - 11 am

Hours are in PDT. Hours updated 1 weeks ago

342 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85012, USAGet Directions

  • 602-266-8370

  • 623-332-1233

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  • Sabiha Keskin

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