Food Pantry

How to Receive Food Assistance

If you are in need of emergency food assistance, please visit us during our pantry hours (Mon-Fri 11am-4:30pm). At the pantry, you will have the opportunity to meet with  our pantry counselors to assess your situation and review your budget. You must fall within the federal poverty guidelines. It is necessary to bring the following documentation with you to the food pantry when seeking assistance:

  1. Picture ID and 2 forms of identification for everyone 18 years of age and older
  2. One of the following for everyone in the household:
    • Social Security Card
    • Medicare or Medicaid Card
    • Birth Certificate
    • Visa
    • Passport
    • INS Issued Document
  3. Proof of Household Income: (Any of the following)
    • Most Recent Pay Check Stub
    • Bank Statement Showing Direct Deposit
    • Letter of Benefits

*During this meeting, a pantry counselor will determine if the food pantry is the appropriate resource to help meet your basic needs. Please fill out the application and bring it to your meeting.


Have questions? Feel free to contact us. 

Front Desk: 435-566-0224
Jeanine Richens, Pantry Manager: 435-566-0225
Paul Smith, Case Manager: 435-566-0223
Jordan Wheeler, Pantry Specialist