To reduce wait times and improve your experience picking up food, everyone is required to pre-register to receive food at a Vermont Farmers to Families event. Please take a few minutes to complete the simple survey below to register for your food box before going to the next food distribution site. Thank you for your help making this run smoothly!

Each separate registration is limited to food for one household. However, we encourage people to pick up for others who may lack transportation. If you want to pick up for another household, they can make a reservation or you can make a separate reservation for them. When you arrive at the site, give the greeter all the names used for the registrations you're picking up and you will be able to get multiple sets of food.


Week of 10-Jan  
Monday 11-Jan Brattleboro
Tuesday 12-Jan Rutland
Wednesday 13-Jan Newbury
Thursday 14-Jan Bennington
Friday 15-Jan St Albans

Week of 18-Jan     Week of 24-Jan  
Tuesday 19-Jan Springfield   Monday 25-Jan Morristown
Wednesday 20-Jan Newport   Tuesday 26-Jan Shoreham
Thursday 21-Jan Burlington   Wednesday 27-Jan Hartford/WRJ
Friday 22-Jan Brighton   Thursday 28-Jan Barre

How to register: 

1) Scroll down to sign up for available times.

2) Complete the registration form.   

Note: Registration will close at 12:00pm the day before each event.  

More great ways to access food

3SquaresVT – Boost your grocery budget to shop at your local grocery store, convenience store, farmers market, or online. Click here to learn more. For application assistance call 1-855-855-6181, or text VFBSNAP to 855-11.

WIC - Healthy food and support for you if you are pregnant or a parent or caregiver for a child under the age of 5.  Call 2-1-1 or text VTWIC to 855-11.

CSFP – The Commodity Supplemental Food Program is a federal nutrition program which offers free monthly boxes of staple foods to income-eligible adults over the age of 60.  Learn more and apply here.

Find a food shelf – The Vermont Foodbank partners with 215 food shelves, meal sites, senior centers, homeless shelters and out of school programs across the state. Find a site near you.

Health Care Share program at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. We provide a free produe CSA through health center ad hospital networks to patients/households experiencing food insecurity and/or diet related illness. Our members are referred through primary care providers but it is not a formal "prescription" program. 

If you are age 60 or older, call the helpline 1-800-642-5119 to reach your local Area Agency on Aging for personal assistance with 3SquaresVT, getting meals delivered to you at home, and more.

Call 2-1-1 or visit the USDA Meal Finder to find their nearest location for meals for children 18 and under.