Living on a fixed income can be difficult. Some months you may need to make the choice between paying bills and buying food. The Utah CSFP assists seniors by offering the opportunity to supplement their diets and maintain their health.

Maximum Income Guidelines 130% of Poverty

Household Size Annual Income Monthly Income Weekly Income
1 $18,954 $1,580 $365
2 $25,636 $2,137 $493
3 $32,318 $2,694 $622
4 $39,000 $3,250 $750
5 $45,682 $3,807 $879
6 $52,364 $4,364 $1,007
7 $59,046 $4,921 $1,136
8 $65,728 $5,478 $1,264

Each additional member adds $557 to monthly income ($6,682 annual income or $129 weekly income).

Click HERE for additional social services. You do not have to be eligible for CSFP to inquire about the services.

Utah CSFP Participant Requirements

  • Reside in Utah
  • Be 60 years of age or older
  • Have annual income at or below 130% of federal poverty guidelines

Interested participants must fill out an application and be certified to receive a food box. Certification periods are 12 months, unless altered at Utah Food Bank’s discretion. Every 12 months participants will receive a phone call regarding the simple steps required to recertify for another 12 months.

If you do not meet these requirements but are homebound with a disability, you may qualify for our UFB Food Box Program. For more information, click HERE.


Packages must be picked up each month at your pre-determined delivery site. Please see the No-Show Policy for complete program requirements. Packages may be distributed through either homebound or senior housing delivery along the Wasatch Front or distribution site pick-up outside of the Wasatch Front. Outside of the Wasatch Front, packages are to be picked up at designated distribution sites.

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No-Show Policy

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