Moreno Valley Food Resources
If you need food assistance during the coronavirus crisis, here are resources in Moreno Valley.
As a result of the Coronavirus, and the need to serve the City’s most vulnerable population, the City has launched MoVal Meals. The program serves Moreno Valley Seniors age 60 and older, residents with disabilities, and those affected by the governor’s directive requiring people age 65 and over to self-quarantine. A large portion of the Moreno Valley community may be homebound and unable to obtain the meals and supplies they need.
The City is offering this free meal pick-up and delivery service to provide sustenance and care to Moreno Valley’s most vulnerable residents.
Please visit www.movalmeals.org for more information.
Food assistance has been provided every day in our community by faith-based and non-profit organizations in the City of Moreno Valley. They've been at this a long time and we want to help residents locate the help these organizations are providing.
See the Moreno Valley Food Pantry List – updated 05/20/2020
This list is provided as a reference based on feedback from the food pantries.
Restaurants offering curbside or delivery options
Many Moreno Valley restaurants have curbside or delivery options. Please support as many businesses as you can. #ShopLocal
See the Moreno Valley Restaurant List (updated 5/19/20)
MVUSD Grab and Go Lunch
School sites are open to provide two grab-and-go meals for all K-12 students. Lunch is available to all children and teens Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at all K-12 Moreno Valley Unified Schools.
Under current state requirements, students must be present to receive a “Grab and Go” meal, which includes lunch and breakfast items for the following morning.
Learn more about this program on the Moreno Valley Unified School District website.
VVUSD Meal Program
The Val Verde Unified School District Food Services program is providing an opportunity for families to drive through and pick up meals for the children in their family at select school sites. Meals are available for any child, 18 years and younger, regardless of free or reduced eligibility or school of attendance. Children must be present for meals to be provided.
Meals are served between 11:00 am and 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The meals provided include lunch for that day, and breakfast for the following day. Meals will continue to be served until further notice, including the week of spring break.
Learn more about this program on the Val Verde School District website.