These pages include a series of local, state and federal food resources available to individuals and families within South Salt Lake.
General Information and Resources
Learn more about who qualifies for which resources, and how you can enroll in specific programs:
Food Banks & Pantries
Food Banks and pantries provide food boxes, which families and individuals can take back to their homes.
- Central Compassion Center
- Concern Center
- Crossroads Urban Center
- Granger Community Christian Church
- Hildegarde’s Pantry
- House of Prayer
- Iglesia de Jesucristo
- Jewish Family Service
- Kearns First Baptist Church
- LDS Church Welfare Square
- Murray Park Church of Christ
- Nueva Esperanza
- Redeemed Christian Church Pantry
- Rescue Mission
- Salt Lake City Mission
- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
- Taylorsville Food Pantry
- Utah Food Bank
- Mobile Pantries
- Utah AIDS Foundation Pantry
- Utah Community Action - Food and Resource Centers
Delivered food is available to young and elderly individuals, as well as those with disabilities that prevent them from visiting the store or food pantries/soup kitchens.
Federal Food Assistance
The federal government runs two main food assistance programs, SNAP and WIC, which provide supplemental income to vulnerable individuals for purchasing food.
Other Food Assistance
Prepared Food Sites/Soup Kitchens
At soup kitchens, individuals can come and safely enjoy a free hot meal. Soup kitchens are typically operated by nonprofits, religious organizations and local governments.