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CAPSBC's distribution and

mobile services

Click here for our food distribution schedule
Diaper Distribution
CAPSBC Mobile Food Pantry Schedule
CAPSBC Mobile Shower calendar

Check out our upcoming backpack giveaways!

Backpack giveaway July 19

Join us on Friday, July 19, at Joshua Tree Elementary School, where we'll be providing backpacks and school supplies. In addition, we're providing books and food boxes. There will be additional healthcare resources available as well. Event is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Financial Wellness Class & Backpack Giveaway

July 23

This dual opportunity offers a financial wellness class and a backpack filled with school supplies. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity, register today!

San Bernardino Backpack giveaway July 27

Join us on Saturday, July 27, at San Bernardino Valley College, as we give away 1,500 backpacks with school supplies. In addition, there will be vendors providing resources and treats. Let's get ready for school! Be sure to register on Eventbrite.

Community Resource Days are coming to Joshua Tree

We're heading to Joshua Tree to assist our neighbors in need every second Wednesday of the month, beginning in July. We'll be assisting with healthcare, education, legal aid, and social services. See you there!.

CAPSBC Programs and services

Food Bank

  • Food Distribution
  • Mobile Food Pantry
  • Campus Cupboard Program
  • Senior Choice Nutritional Program
  • Diaper Bank

Energy, Education and Environmental Services (EEES)

  • Home Weatherization
  • Utility Assistance
  • Weatherization Training
  • Energy Education

Family Development Program (FDP)

  • Housing Assistance
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Individual Development Accounts
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
  • Mobile office
  • Mobile shower/laundry

Look out for our Resource Calendar!

Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino (CAPSBC) is the designated Community Action Agency for San Bernardino County and is charged with providing programs and services for over 800,000 low-income individuals and families to help lift them out of poverty.

To learn more about the program and services available to San Bernardino County Residents, visit us at