Food

There are a variety of food services dedicated to helping people in crisis. 

Here are some of the major providers of these services in the Ogden-Weber area.

3/17/2020 Click HERE for the SNAP benefits eligibilty information and COVID-19 update from the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS).

Resources

Commodity Supplemental Food Program

K-12 Emergency Meals for Children - Child Nutrition Programs

Please visit the Utah State Board of Education interactive Child Nutrition Programs website for locations in your area. 

Lantern House

The Lantern House is providing breakfast (7 AM-8AM) and lunch (11:30 AM- 1 PM) to children affected by the closure of school districts; please go to the kitchen building to pick up grab-&-go lunches.

Phone: 801-621-5036Email

Email: info@stannescenter.org

Address: 269 W. 33rd St, Ogden, UT 84401

Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah

*As of 3/20/2020:

The building is closed, but a drive-through pantry is open Tuesday - Friday, 9 am - 12pm. Drive to the back of the building and CCS staff will put a food box in your car. 

CCS is suspending the application process for the food card. Anyone who is in need can come get a monthly basket. Just bring photo id (any state, country, work badge,etc.) and proof of address (bill, lease, paystub, etc.) and pull up to the back of the building. Please stay in your car, and we will load the food.

Bridging the Gap Program: Check with school districts for breakfast and lunch locations.

Provides assistance to Box Elder, Davis, Morgan, or Weber County residents at or below 185% poverty level are eligible.

Provides assistance with food through the Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank, as well as baby items and case management with the St. Martha's Baby Layette program.

Volunteer Coordinator Contact:                          Director: Maresha Bosgieter

(801) 428 - 1296

volunteerccsnu@ccsutah.org 

The Salvation Army - Ogden

Family services office provides emergency food assistance, clothing and household goods, holiday assistance, summer day camp, and serves breakfast weekdays. It is handicap accessible.

Corp Officer: Major Dan Wilson

First Baptist Church of Ogden Food Pantry

Emergency food boxes are available for those in need, with a limit of 1 box per month.

Required documents are as follows: proof of residence, proof of income, photo ID, and a social security number for all individuals in the home. 

Low income residents in Northern Utah are eligible. Individuals must have a car to pick up the food box.

Box Elder, Morgan, and Weber County are served. Davis County is partially served (Clearfield, Farmington, Hill AFB, Kaysville, Layton, and Syracuse).

First Baptist Church of Roy Food Pantry

The First Baptist Church of Roy Pantry in partnership with the Utah Food Bank offers canned, dry, frozen, and fresh foods of all types.

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