Hannah Weiss knows what it’s like to not have enough food. Years ago, when she was raising children by herself, she depended on public support. “I’ve been where they’re at. I know it’s hard and I just want to give back,” she said.
That’s what led her to be the volunteer director of the South Valley Jesus Feeds Food Pantry, a branch of the Utah Food Bank. She’s assisted by co-leader Susan Harrell and a team of volunteers.
Wednesdays are spent stocking the pantry’s shelves with donations. Thursdays are when clients come to have their shopping lists fulfilled. Clients are received by appointment only for their privacy, because the pantry is small, and so they don’t have to wait in line.
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