Services & Benefits

Our Nutrition program provides meal and food assistance for households struggling with food insecurity.

Food and Resource Centers

UCA’s Food & Resource Centers provide a 3-5 day supply of food, referral services, and education to income-eligible households. For more information, including hours and locations, click below.

Central Kitchen

In operation since 2010, UCA’s Central Kitchen is a successful social enterprise that now serves more than 720,000 meals each year to Head Start children, after-school programs, charter school students, and child care facilities.

Sauté Training & Catering

Sauté is a 12-week, in-house culinary employment training program offered by Utah Community Action year-round. Sauté students and graduates work with UCA’s Central Kitchen to provide catering services for residents and businesses in our communities.

Senior Meals

In partnership with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services, UCA provides food services in their Millcreek, Midvale and Draper Senior Center Cafes. Our food is healthy and made fresh daily.

Summer Dinners

During the Summer Months, UCA provides summer meals and breakfast for the next day free of charge for children 0-18.

2021 Schedule
June 1 – August 6
Monday – Friday
4:00 – 6:00 PM

South Salt Lake:
2825 S 200 E, Salt Lake City
8446 S Harrison St., Midvale
Cathy C. Hoskins:
6447 W 4100 S, West Valley
5361 S 4220 W, Kearns
8275 W 3500 S, Magna

  • “The Nutrition program has been there when it’s been a couple of days before payday or a couple of days before we get food stamps when we’ve been short because the kids wanted to eat extra or they were out of school a couple of extra days. They’ve been there to get us food to get us through. ”

    - Crystal
  • “The services we provide are always important, but especially right now with the pandemic we’re suffering through. Food insecurity has really increased. There are a lot of people who are dealing with power outages and evictions, but you can’t focus on any of that if you’re hungry. Helping people deal with their food security is really job one towards them being able to solve the other problems that are pressing on them.”

    - Amos