Food Access

The Healthy for Life Project is working to help all Norwalkers access healthy, delicious food. The links below offer information on Norwalk food pantries and meal services, Norwalk Public Schools food service department, and information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). 

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Healthier Donations

Check out our video or these tipsheets for tips for making healthier donations to a Food Pantry or Food Bank. Your mindful donation can help fight hunger AND improve health!

Community Food Assessment

The Healthy for Life Project worked with community partners and researchers at the Center for Social Impact at Fairfield University to analyze food insecurity and related factors in our community. The resulting Norwalk Community Food Report will guide our work in the future. Read the full report here. 

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Summer Meals

Even when school's out for summer, Norwalk kids can still get breakfast and lunch during the week at several sites around the city. Anyone ages 2 - 18 years old can pick up breakfast and lunch at one of these sites. Check the Norwalk Public Schools website for list of sites. 

Farmers Markets

Click here to find Farmers Markets in Norwalk.

For More Information

For more information about getting healthy food in Norwalk, visit and

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