ASL Groceries and Food Bank – San Antonio

Many local grocers, including HEB, Target, Whole Foods, Walmart and Costco, are offering designated hours for seniors, typically age 60 and older.

For people who prefer to stay home and out of the store, delivery and curbside pickup are also popular options.

And many local restaurants have turned their dining rooms into pop-up markets to help meet the food demand.

Some pop up grocery restaurants also provide delivery (within a certain distance) and curbside pickup.

Please check with your local grocer or restaurant for details on their hours of operation or to sign up for delivery or curbside pickup.

For anyone needing assistance, the San Antonio Food Bank and its’ network of food pantries are fully operational and open to the public for help.

Call the SA Food Bank at 210.431.8326 to speak with someone about all the ways to get help in your neighborhood.