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CSFP/senior programs

Seniors needed for available boxes in Delaware County.

Often with fixed incomes and limited resources, many seniors find themselves unable to keep a stocked kitchen. The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) provides USDA-donated food to low-income seniors through monthly CSFP/senior boxes. Philabundance packs and distributes these boxes to strategically chosen locations throughout the Delaware Valley, ensuring that more seniors have access to shelf-stable foods to last throughout the month. Boxes contain approximately 30 pounds of canned and boxed food including vegetables, fruit, juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat and a non-meat protein. Each box is also accompanied by fresh cheese. A nutritional newsletter containing recipes and information is included in each box.

We are happy to now serve boxes to 4,500 seniors per month.

To qualify for the program, participants must be:

  • 60 years or older
  • Receiving an income that is at or below 130% of the poverty line (see chart below)
  • A resident of PA (Delaware or¬†Philadelphia)

Income Guidelines

Find the number of people in your household. If your combined income is at or below the income guidelines, then:
CSFP Chart