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The Bountiful Community Food Pantry is here to relieve hunger and increase self-sufficiency of Davis County residents living in need. 

Clients who are registered at the pantry may come twice a month and receive fresh food as well as non-perishables. Other assistance may also be available.

The first step in getting help is to register. Come to the pantry during our client hours.

    1. When you get here, tell the volunteer outside that you are new and need to register.
    2. Bring the necessary documents with you (see below) so that we can review them.



  • Photo ID for each person 18 years and older
  • ID for each child (any one of the following)
    • Birth certificate/passport
    • Medicaid card or document
    • Current school record
    • Any state or federal document that includes both name and age

Proof of current home address (any one of the following):

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  • Current mortgage or tax statement
  • Utility bill (gas, electric or water)
  • State or federal letter to residence

Proof of Income for each household member (any combination of the following):

  • 2 recent pay stubs
  • Social security payment information
  • Disability payment information
  • Child support agreement and alimony agreement

Free Medicare Referrals

    • 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 to see if you qualify and to start the process.

Free Immigration Consultation for Clients (by appointment)

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  • People seeking asylum
  • Getting work permits
  • Family immigration advice

Mobile Food Pantries

Financial Health Assessments through Key Bank (see calendar)

Sub-for-Santa (Sign-Up Reopens in October)

Other Resources