Vermont Everyone Eats provides nutritious meals to Vermonters in need of food assistance as well as a stabilizing source of income for Vermont restaurants, farmers, and food producers.

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Vermont Everyone Eats is funded by the federal Coronavirus Relief Fund and made possible through a grant provided by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development to Southeastern Vermont Community Action.

ShiftMeals and the Intervale Center have partnered to serve the Everyone Eats Program in Chittenden County as well as Healthy Roots in Franklin / Grand Isle, and Capstone Community Action in Central VT (Washington, Lamoille, Orange counties). 


Restaurants are paid to prepare nutritionally balanced meals for those impacted by COVID-19 by using 10% of VT products. Organizations work with Everyone Eats to request meals, or individuals can request meals. Individuals can both pick-up meals at public distribution spots or request meals to-go from restaurants through the Digital Voucher program. To find out where to get a meal, or how to sign up for the Digital Voucher program, learn more below!


Everyone Eats is a program for “everyone” negatively impacted by COVID-19. You are eligible to receive meals if COVID-19 has made it harder to get food or you are experiencing food insecurity. Help yourself, help your community!



The following pick-up locations below are only in Central VT and Chittenden County. To find a Vermont Everyone Eats meal site outside of Central Vermont and Chittenden County please click here.

Have questions or comments about receiving meals outside of Central VT and Chittenden County? Contact 

Everyone Eats of Central VT

Lamoille, Washington, and Orange Counties

The Skinny Pancake/ShiftMeals and Capstone Community Action joined forces to bring Everyone Eats to Central Vermont.

Below is the current list of public distribution sites. Keep an eye out as we add more sites!

Have questions or comments about receiving meals in Orange or Washington County? Contact 

Have questions or comments about receiving meals in Lamoille County? Contact

Faith in Action - Cabot Food Shelf | Cabot, VT

Faith in Action will distribute delicious and nutritious meals from The Den at Harry’s Hardware and The Skinny Pancake.

Individuals/households and organizations can pick up meals on a first-come-first-served basis at Faith in Action.

Location: 3339 Main Street, Cabot, Vermont

Date: December 9 from 12:00 – 2:00pm.

No reservation is required. Recipients are asked to wear a facemask!

SHARE MRV | Waitsfield, VT

Get free meals from Open Hearth!

When: Saturday mornings at 11am

Location: At the Waitsfield Laundromat next to Sugar Fish on Fiddler’s Green in Waitsfield, VT. First come first served.

Sign up for a meal here. 

Barre Community Meals | Barre, VT

Get a meal made by Morse Block Deli and Good Taste Catering 7 days a week across the city of Barre. 

To see times and locations click here.

Montpelier Community Meals | Montpelier, VT

Get a free meal made by The Woods Lodge and Good Taste Catering 7 days a week in Montpelier, VT. 

To learn more about dates and times click here

Lamoille County Community Meals

To view and sign up for meals through Everyone Eats in Lamoille County go here. 

Everyone Eats of Chittenden County

The Skinny Pancake/ShiftMeals and Intervale Center joined forces to bring Everyone Eats to Chittenden County.

Below is the current list of public distribution sites. Keep an eye out as we add more sites!

Have questions or comments? Contact

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church | Richmond, VT

Location: Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church in Richmond – Address: 64 W Main St, Richmond, VT 05477


Thursday, December 3rd, 2:30-5:30 pm

Thursday, December 10th, 2:30-5:30 pm

Thursday, December 17th, 2:30-5:30 pm

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2:30-5:30 pm

Sign-up here. 


ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain | Burlington, VT

Meal distribution at ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College St, Burlington, VT) will take place from 10am-1pm on the following dates:

Tuesday, December 1st

Tuesday, December 8th

Tuesday, December 15th

Tuesday, December 22nd

Tuesday, December 29th

Food is first come, first serve and to be picked up in the lobby. You do not need to sign-up ahead of time to receive a meal.

Please note that ECHO is closed to admissions during these dates.

If you miss the pick-up time you can call (802)-864-1848.

Intervale Barn | Burlington, VT

Starting November 2nd!

Every Monday from 4-6pm there will be free meals for pick-up at the Intervale Barn starting 11/2 – 12/28 with the exception of 11/23.


Monday, November 30th

Monday, December 7th

Monday, December 14th

Monday, December 21st 

Monday, December 28th

The restaurants providing meals will rotate each week. 

Sign-up here. 

Pine Forest Children’s Center | Burlington, VT

Location: 208 Flynn Ave, Suite 2F in Burlington, VT, 05401

When: Wednesday nights starting 10/28 – 12/16 from 5:00 – 6:30 pm*

Meals are distributed on a first come first serve basis.

O'Brien Community Center | Winooski, VT

Location: 32 Malletts Bay Ave, Winooski

Please take note of the newly added dates and times below.


Thursday, December 3rd from 4:15pm – 6pm

Thursday, December 10th from 4:15pm – 6pm

Wednesday, December 16th from 4pm – 5:30pm

Wednesday, December 23rd from 4pm – 5:30pm

Wednesday, December 30th from 4pm – 5:30pm

Meals are distributed on a first come first serve basis.

This is a public distribution site. No sign-up is needed.

Winooski Family Center | Winooski, VT

Location: 87 Elm St, Winooski, VT

Dates: Thursdays 4:15 to 6 pm from 11/5 to 12/10 

Meals are distributed on a first come first serve basis.

This is a public distribution site. No sign-up is needed.

Winooski Falls Bus Station | Winooski, VT

Location:25 Winooski Falls Way, Winooski, VT

Dates: Thursdays 4:15 to 6 pm from 11/5 to 12/10  

Meals are distributed on a first come first serve basis.

This is a public distribution site. No sign-up is needed.

Community College of Vermont | Winooski, VT
Location: 1 Abenaki Way, Winooski, VT
When: Fridays 11am to 1pm, 11/13 to 12/18 (except 11/27)
Meals are first come first served at loading dock at the back of the building. 


Get a meal through the Everyone Eats Digital Voucher program, powered by Localvore!

Vermonters with smartphones can sign up for free meals to be redeemed at participating restaurants across the state.

To sign up head to and then download the Localvore Passport app to start redeeming local, nutritious meals for free!

Don’t have a smartphone? Request a meal at one of the meal distribution sites above. 

Over 100 participating local restaurants, cafes and food trucks statewide

At present, more than 100 local VT restaurants and over 60 VT-based farms have signed on to the program, with 134 distribution sites statewide. 

Keeping it local

10% of the ingredients used by the participating restaurants to prepare the meals will be locally-sourced, coming from farms and other food producers located in Vermont.

"Folks were so excited to get the meals from Three Penny have a cooked meal, and a delicious one at that, made their day!"

 –Karen, Central Vermont

We have connected with our neighbors in a whole new way. Our families are feeling uplifted and supported. Our team is feeling like we are finally able to give back in a way we wanted to during the Stay Home Stay Safe order. The need is heartbreaking and I think on our public distribution nights we have seen how widespread it is. The stories people have shared make all those dark cold nights so worth it. With our families we tend to have a good pulse on who is food insecure and internally support them, but there have been some surprises along the way. Food insecurity comes in many facets and this has helped to alleviate some fears for people.


– Christina H. Goodwin, Executive Director of Pine Forest Children’s Center

"Everyone Eats came at the perfect time. From a business perspective, the program bolstered the kitchen as we've adjusted to a new normal. But the best part is that it aligns with our values to support our community by sourcing from a local farm, and cooking delicious seasonal food for those in need. Everybody Eats is a great example of supporting the entire supply chain with CARES Act funding - from the farm to the commercial kitchen to the food insecure."


– Erin Malone, Momo’s Market

"The food is a great asset to many of our residents who live in affordable housing and are on a very limited budget. "


– Tracy Schneider & Janet Grant, SASH Coordinators