Current Food Drive Needs:
- Canned tuna and chicken
- Peanut butter
- Macaroni and cheese
- Individual servings of fruit
- Cooking oil
- Canned soup
Food Drive F.A.Q.s:
How I can do a food drive for CCPC?
Please contact Pete Stoughton at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you group/company wants to do a food drive. CCPC can provide you 1 collection barrel (trash can) plus some general posters or banners that you can use for food collection. Please be sure to tell us what group/company you are from and what day you will be dropping off the donations/or needing us to pick up—to ensure we have room/availability.
What does the pantry need besides food?
Our pantries frequently need infant formula, jars of baby food, diapers, adult diapers, and personal hygiene items. Financial donations are always appreciated as well. Please click here to make a financial donations that will support our pantry guests.
What do you do with the food from food drives?
CCPC operates 2 food pantries—in Park City & Heber City to serve residents in Summit & Wasatch counties. We are open 6 days a week and serve hundreds of people each month with free groceries. Our food stays local, and canned food is distributed throughout the year (and can be stored since it has a longer shelf-life).