Commodity Supplemental Food Program

 

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program is looking for more applicants. If you or someone you know is in need of food assistance, this nutrition program could be the answer.  Read on for information about the program. 

 

What is CSFP?


The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a USDA nutrition program that offers free monthly nutrition information and nutritious foods such as:

  • Canned Fruits & Vegetables
  • Fruit Juices
  • Cereals
  • Cheese

 

Click here for CSFP sample recipes and monthly nutrition tips.  

 

Who is eligible for CSFP?

 

  • 60 years of age or older, living in Vermont and income-eligible
  • Individual and/or household income will be used to determine eligibility
  • Each household member may be eligible, and will need to complete an application form

 Vermont Foodbank seniors  Vermont Foodbank seniors

Vermont Foodbank seniors  Vermont Foodbank CSFP

 

2014 CSFP Income Eligibility Guidelines

 

Elders 60 Years of Age and Older:                 
 1 person: $1,265 per month    
 2 people: $1,705    
 3 people: $2,144    
 4 people: $2,584    
 5 people: $3,024    

 

Apply to CSFP

 

Call Now: 1-800-214-4648

There is NO waiting list!

Download an application. 

Download a recertification form.

Note: Each eligible person receives his or her own food box. People can participate in other commodity programs at the same time, but they cannot be enrolled at more than one CSFP site.

 

Volunteers are needed to help at drop sites.  

Click here for CSFP sample recipes and monthly nutrition tips.

 

For more information about this program, contact:

Wayne Holt

Commodity Supplemental Food Program Coordinator

802-477-4120

wholt@vtfoodbank.org

 

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