The Flagstaff Family Food Center
(FFFC) provides nutritional meals in a safe pleasant environment and assists children with reading, homework and social skills.
We offer an all you can eat free meal daily
consisting of meat, rice, pasta or potatoes,
steamed vegetables, salad, fruit, bread, and
dessert. Our only requirement is you must be
sober to enter the dining room.
established on December 25, 1991
as an outgrowth of Catholic Social
Services. Since that time, FFFC
has served over 1.8 million hot
meals. We are open every day of
the year from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30
In 1993, FFFC was
incorporated and was accepted as a local United
Way Agency. In 1994 we were granted 501(3)c status
and voted the Arizona Daily Sun’s Outstanding
Organization of the Year. FFFC is governed by an
unpaid Board of Directors
representing a variety of interests in Flagstaff.
Every year volunteers
from various organizations and the community
donate hundreds of hours preparing & serving
meals, bussing tables, washing dishes and
assisting staff maintain our building.
In 2013, FFFC and the
Northern Arizona Food Bank (NAFB) merged and
began operating under one umbrella and one name. The
new agency, called Flagstaff Family Food Center:
Food Bank and Kitchen (FFFC-FB&K), continues
to serve hot meals, facilitate the preparation
of bag lunches, provide children's literacy
programs and also provides over 30,000 emergency
food boxes to the food-insecure of our
host to many people ranging from those who
have attended and perhaps graduated from
college to the working poor and homeless.
Often they live in motels or are camping.
Some of our clients eat here regularly,
others move through the system until they
can stabilize their lives. At FFFC-FB&K we
offer our clients not only a nutritious
meal but an opportunity to be treated with
respect and dignity from our staff and
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at the Flagstaff Family Food Center: Food
Bank and Kitchen, please
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