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Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

The State of Alaska CSFP Program hosted a public meeting on September 26, 2017 to identify strategic program priorities for the next five years.  The meeting resulted in the CSFP Five Year Strategic Plan and Operating Priorities.  To provide comments on this plan please contact Julie Walker at julie.walker@alaska.gov.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of seniors at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA commodity foods.



To be eligible:

  1. Seniors, age 60 or older, and income eligible:
     

    CSFP Income Guidelines for Alaska - 2020

     
    Federal Poverty
    Guidelines - 100%


    ​Elderly - 130%

    ​Household Size ​Annual ​Annual ​​Monthly ​Weekly
    ​1 ​$15,950 ​$20,735 ​$1,728 ​$399
    ​2 $​21,550 $​28,015 $​2,335 $​539
    ​3 $​27,150 $​35,295 ​$2,942 $​679
    ​4 $​32,750 $​42,575
    $​3,548 $​819
    ​5 $​38,350 $​49,855 $​4,155 $​959
    ​6 ​$43,950 $​57,135 $​4,762 $​1,099
    ​7 $​49,550 $​64,415 $​5,368 $​1,239
    ​8 ​$55,150 $​71,695 $​5,975 $​1,379
    For each add'l
    household member, add

    $​5,600

    $​7,280

    $​607

    $​140

To apply:

  1. Open and print the Alaska CSFP application. Click here for application.
  2. Complete the application with current information
  3. Call the nearest food bank for directions on how to submit your application.

Local Grantees that provide the CSFP in the state of Alaska:

For Grantees:

To learn more about CSFP or find recipes using USDA Commodity foods:

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