Last February, Jeff Jarman from the Sanpete Pantry, got a report that there were some children in the area who only had paper and water in a bowl to eat. He knows the reality of what goes on behind closed doors and that there’s a real need for those who don’t know where their next meal is coming from.
The Sanpete Pantry wants community members to know that there is never any shame surrounding getting support from your community. They are dedicated to those who are struggling financially by providing food and other resources at no cost with dignity and respect.
They are in the business of giving food and they aren’t going to stop until they are confident that every person in the county has the opportunity to get the food they need. If you’re in need of food or would like to donate, please visit SanpetePantry.org.
SelectHealth recognizes the vital food needs provided by the Sanpete Pantry as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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