June 09, 2021

Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank Moves Into Completed Building

With construction complete and move-in underway, Catholic Community Services of Utah has officially relocated services in Ogden from its temporary location to a brand-new building.  

The newly constructed building, located at 2504 F Avenue in Ogden, houses the Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank, St. Martha’s Baby Project, and Bridging the Gap. The building also includes offices for Immigration services.  

During construction of the building and the COVID-19 pandemic, Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank clients were provided with services through a drive-up system. Instead of entering the building, boxes of food were loaded into clients’ vehicles by CCS staff.  

With the return to the new building, comes a return to serving Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank clients in a grocery store style, client choice capacity. Clients will once again be welcomed into the building to select the items that are most beneficial for them and their families.  

With the completion of the building comes a long list of thank-you’s.  

The funding for this project was generously provided by The Huntsman Foundation and The ALSAM Foundation. CCS also received a grant from Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program to assist in the installation of solar panels. The award of $106,419 will cover 87.6% of the installation cost of the 50-kilowatt solar panels. 

From Catholic Community Services of Utah, thank you to all of the amazing donors, organizations, and partners who have made this project possible. Because of your generosity, we can fulfill our mission of practicing the gospel values of love, compassion, and hope through service, support, and collaboration.  

To learn more about Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank and other services offered through Catholic Community Services in Ogden, visit the link below.