A Labor of Love Powered by Volunteers

Our Food Bank is an arm of the Utah Food Bank. We get our food deliveries at noon on the Saturday before a distribution Sunday. Pallets and pallets of fresh, canned, frozen, and shelf stable food items come to fill our pantry and refrigerator shelves. 

Anyone is welcome to use the St. James Food Bank. There is no required residency or ID needed. If you need food, you can come on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month, from 1 pm to 3 pm. There you will be given instruction on how to receive the food you need.

If you would like to volunteer for a restocking or distribution day, please email

They will get you the necessary information

about how to do that. Volunteerism is rewarding on it's own but there is something special about working

in our St. James Food Bank.

We welcome you to be a part of that!

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We have a "Blessing Box" on the north side of our property. You can leave shelf stable food or take food as you need, day or night. 

This box has been blessing our community since 2017. It gets refilled many times a week and not just by us.  It's a wonderful thing!

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St. James is a partner with the Utah Diaper Bank and offers free diapers in conjunction with Food Bank Distribution Days (subject to availability).

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