CSFP

Serving Seniors 

1 in 7 seniors in Arizona is living in poverty.  We're committed to providing emergency food assistance to low-income seniors over the age of 60 through the Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP).

We're committed to serving seniors, one of our most vulnerable populations. Senior Food Boxes, or the Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP), improve the health of low-income seniors over 60 by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

CSFP is a joint venture of the Yuma Community Food Bank, the USDA, and the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Eligible seniors receive a monthly food package consisting of all 5 major food groups and a loaf of cheese from your local Community Food Bank location or from other participating agencies in Yuma county. Participants can collect their monthly food package at Yuma Community Food Bank location and at designated mobile distributions, or with participating agencies. 

To learn more about CSFP senior food boxes or determine your eligibility, please contact Mallory Zamora , 928-259-2219

The USDA and The Yuma Community Food Bank are equal opportunity providers. 

Senior Food Box Eligibility Requirements

To participate in the Commodity Senior Food Program, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be 60 years of age or older
  • Self-declare that you meet the income requirements below
  • Live in the service area of your local Community Food Bank location 

Household income requirements

What information do I need to provide?

  • Photo ID
  • Proof of age
  • Proof of address (such as a utility bill, apartment lease, etc.)

To learn more about CSFP senior food boxes or determine your eligibility, please visit your local Yuma Community Food Bank location or certifying organization, or call 928-343-1243. 

Household income requirements

Household Size (Members) Maximum Gross Monthly Income
1 $1,395
2 $1,887
3 $2,379
4 $2,870
5 $3,362
6 $3,854
7 $4,346
8 $4,838
For each additional household member, add: $492

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement