The months of summer are historically the lowest donation months for the pantry. This year is no exception and the past month we received several generous donations that are helping make a difference:

Papa Murphy's Papa Murphy’s in Cedar City help a food drive in their store and collected 226 pounds of food and a bonus $6.01 in cash. Thank you Papa Murphy’s team for helping us out this month. Please share our thanks with your customers.

ConvergysConvergys in Cedar City also pooled resources and team member excitement and held a food drive that collected 241 pounds of food. Convergys has been a great partner and they are working on other projects to assist our shelter, pantry and clients. We predict BIG things from this generous group and will report in as they begin to make magic happen.

REID FAMILY During the week of July 4th, a wonderful local family donated 440 pounds of food to our pantry. Thank you to the Reid family for your generosity and kindness during a holiday week in the blistering heat.

Looking for a meaningful way to take action and a great opportunity to get involved? Food drives and fund drives raise awareness of hunger in the community, collect food for people in need and play an essential role in the fight against hunger.

Iron County Care and Share donations of dry, non-perishable food items. Donation barrels are available to use for food drives. Please click here and request food bins for your next drive. We are able to pick up the donations if you need assistance in delivering them to our warehouse.

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