Help for today and tomorrow.

The mission of the Bountiful Community Food Pantry is to relieve hunger and increase self-sufficiency of individuals in need living in Davis County, Utah. Providing supplemental food is our primary focus. As we gain an understanding of associated unmet needs, we provide referrals to other resources where possible. We have developed an extensive support system partnering with other successful organizations; we leverage existing programs wherever possible for both efficiency and effectiveness as we help our clients become more self-sufficient. The Bountiful Community Food Pantry is an equal opportunity provider.

Who We Serve

We serve Davis County residents as well as 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 FY20, we provided the equivalent of nearly 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 $26,500)
  • Each night, 1 in 5 Utah children are at risk of going to bed hungry. In parts of Davis County, 1 in 4 children experiences food hardship.
  • In FY20, we served 10,762 household visits in our marketplace alone and delivered 111,489 Pantry Packs throughout Davis County.

Need Help? Find Out How

Bountiful Community Food Pantry Services

Food Assistance

  • Twice-monthly groceries
    • Household/hygiene products as available
    • 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
    • Pantry Packs
      • Child-friendly 3-pound food packs delivered to students every Friday
      • Food is intended to supplement food supply over the weekend
      • More than 60 schools; approximately 3100 children each week
  • Perishable food is shared with other community assistance programs such as Head Start and Safe Harbor so that nothing is wasted and broader community needs are better met

Client Services

  • SNAP enrollment assistance (formally known as food stamps)
  • Insurance enrollment assistance
  • Housing and utility assistance
  • Referral to Pantry Smiles and Pantry Vision
  • Employment counseling/assistance
  • Transportation assistance (bus tokens)
  • Deseret Industries vouchers for clothing and household items
  • Sub-for-Santa brightening Christmas for 693 children in 2020

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.