CCPC Food Pantry
Free Food Pantries in Park City and the Heber Valley
Our food pantries in Park City and Heber Valley provide free food to anyone in need in Summit and Wasatch counties.
Our staff and volunteers rescue groceries from area grocery stores, which provide our customers with produce, meat, eggs, milk, bread, and more. Food drives and USDA deliveries provide canned goods and other items.
CCPC provides services to anyone in need and does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
SNAP Food Assistance
Both CCPC pantries are part of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). This includes eligibility pre-screenings, application assistance, assistance obtaining verification documents, information dissemination, and local farmer's markets. Please see the pantry staff in either of our Park City of Heber Valley locations for more information.
CCPC's Local Food Pantries
Pantry customers receive two grocery visits per month. At each visit, customers may choose food for the total number of people living in their household. Proof of residency in Summit or Wasatch county is required at each visit.
Please see Food Pantry FAQs below for more information and recommendations. We want each customer to have the best experience and receive the items they need to keep themselves and their family happy, healthy, and well-fed!
Park City Food Pantry
11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Saturday
1283 Deer Valley Drive
Park City, Utah 84060
Heber Valley Food Pantry
11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday
55 E Center Street
Heber City, Utah 84032
Food Pantry FAQs
Mobile Food Pantry
In an effort to meet people at their point of need, right where they live, and to spread awareness of our services, our pantry creates mobile food pantry events on an as-needed basis. Mobile food pantries visit local apartment complexes and mobile home parks in Summit and Wasatch counties with deliveries of pantry staples and other grocery items, dependent on availability.
Food Donations & Volunteering at CCPC's Food Pantries
Donations of salad, packaged food, and fresh produce may be made to either of our pantries during normal business hours. Expired or pre-opened food will not be accepted. Most needed items include canned tuna or chicken, peanut butter, cereal, beans and rice, pasta and pasta sauce, diapers, and infant formula.
Our food pantries are always looking for a few good volunteers with a heart to serve and hands that are willing to get a little dirty! Volunteers help unload, organize and sort incoming donations, greet customers and maintain the cleanliness and organization of the pantry, and assist with recycling and composting efforts. Occasionally, we are in need of volunteers to assist staff with grocery pick-ups or special projects.
Please use the link below to fill out our volunteer application or email email@example.com with any questions.
Want to donate financially? Donations can be made in person at our food pantries or online through our website.