Iron County Care and Share Receives Generous Donation

The following was taken from the Valley Wide Cooperative website: Cedar City, Utah – Valley Wide Cooperative and Valley Agronomics LLC, with matching funds from Land O’Lakes, donated $2,000 to the Iron County Care and Share. The money will be used to repair the washing machine and walk in freezer which are both in need of several repairs. The Iron County Care and Share on average serves 762 people a month, but this year distributed 10,000 food boxes to a higher rate of 800 individuals. Continue reading →

10 in 60: Nicole Stauffer, Pantry Volunteer

The employees and volunteers of Iron County Care and Share are vital to our success and make it possible to serve our community. We like to brag about our great team members and offer you a unique way to learn a bit about each: 10 in 60. We asked each team member to answer 10 fun questions in 60 seconds and we will share each with you. Nicole Stauffer, Pantry Volunteer What three words describe you?  Lovable, cute, nice, giving, caring, non-judgmental, beautiful, funny, generous Continue reading →

Local Businesses and Family Make Donations

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 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. Convergys in Cedar City also pooled resources and team member excitement Continue reading →

5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

The Iron County Care and Share (ICCS) announces the 5th Annual “Drive Out Hunger” Charity Golf Tournament. The event is the largest annual fundraiser for the organization and is crucial in providing food pantry, emergency shelter and essential services to Iron County and surrounding areas. The tournament is organized by a Tournament Committee, co-chaired by representatives of the Board of Directors, Kathy Wyatt and Jane Clayton. “You might find it surprising that ICCS provided 8,612 shelter nights for 518 homeless individuals in 2015, 69 were children Continue reading →