Help for today and tomorrow.

The mission of the Bountiful Community Food Pantry is to relieve hunger and increase self-sufficiency of Davis County residents living in need. While providing supplemental food is our primary focus, we provide referrals to other resources where possible.

Through extensive partnering with other successful organizations, we leverage existing programs to help our clients become more self-sufficient. The Bountiful Community Food Pantry is an equal opportunity provider.

Who We Serve

We serve Davis County, Utah residents and work cooperatively with like-minded community assistance organizations. We also fight childhood hunger throughout Davis County in partnership with Davis School District through the No Hunger Zone program.

  • In FY22, we provided the equivalent of roughly 1.7 million meals to those in need within our community.
  • Most of our clients are at or below 125% of the poverty level. (Poverty level for a family of four is $30,000)
  • Each night, 1 in 9 Utah children are at risk of going to bed hungry [source: Utah Food Bank].
  • In FY22, we served 8,531 household visits in our marketplace, served 1,660 household visits with our mobile pantry representing 35,377 individuals.
  • Over the 2022-2023 school year, we delivered over 114,000 Pantry Packs throughout Davis County where more than 20% of the students qualify for free or reduced lunches.

Need Help? Find Out How

Bountiful Community Food Pantry Services

Food Assistance

  • Twice-monthly groceries
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    • Pantry To Go - Delivery to homebound clients who can prepare groceries is available
  • No Hunger Zone Childhood Hunger Program
    • Emergency Food Boxes, Principal's Pantry, pantry vouchers, and pantry assistance
    • 5 school pantries
    • Pantry Packs
      • Child-friendly food packs delivered to students every Friday
      • Food is intended to supplement food supply over the weekend
      • ~ 80 schools and 3400 children each week
  • Mobile Food Pantry primarily serving northern Davis County
  • Perishable food is shared with other community assistance programs so that nothing is wasted and broader community needs are better met

Client Services

  • Free Medicare Referrals – Ensure you are getting all the benefits you qualify for. 
    • Andrew Donaldson is a local trusted agent that can meet over the phone or in person to answer any questions you have. You may qualify for a grocery food card to help pay for groceries and health care products each month.
    • You may also be eligible for help paying for dental care, hearing aids, transportation to medical appointments, and eyeglasses. 
    • If you have Medicare, please reach out to him directly (see following link) or fill out your information in the following link so that he can get in touch with you. Click here for more information.
  • Free Immigration Consultations for Clients – Available by appointment only, call to schedule! We have a lawyer volunteering his time with us twice per month to provide consultations for people who are seeking advice regarding immigration, including things like:
    • What type of Visa you can qualify for
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    • Getting work permits
    • Family immigration advice
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Health access assistance (see calendar)
  • Financial Health Assessments through Key Bank (see calendar)
  • Referral to Pantry Smiles -- now Davis Donated Dental
  • Deseret Industries vouchers for clothing and household items
  • Sub-for-Santa brightening Christmas for 1076 children in 2022
    • Applications - taken through Sat November 18th
    • Clients apply in person at the pantry (application; Santa letter from family; thank you letter to Santa)
    • Must be Davis County residents
    • Must be at or below 185% Federal Poverty Level
    • Must have a current and complete client file

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.