Meals and Food Boxes

Hot prepared meals are served at our four dining rooms across the Valley. Each location has different hours for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food boxes can be picked up at the drive-thru distribution at the main campus north volunteer lot twice a month, or through a community-based community food pantry. Each location serves certain neighborhoods within its service boundary. 

Hot Meals and Sack Lunches

We serve hot meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner at our four dining room locations around the Valley. Sack lunches to-go are also available at most dining rooms. In addition to hot meals, the Family Dining Room provides children's educational programming, household item and food box distribution and seasonal giveaways during the holidays.


Must have a child under 18 to eat at the Family Dining Room, otherwise dining rooms are open to anyone. Walk-ins welcome.

Drive-Thru Food Boxes at the Watkins Campus

Food boxes are available for anyone in need on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month at the main campus north volunteer lot. 

Contact April Good, Manager Food Distribution

October - March 7:30am-9:30am or until food is gone
April - September 6:30am-8:30am or until food is gone


Open to the public. All are welcome to receive a food box. 

Food Boxes in central and northern Arizona

We provide food boxes and thrift store gift cards through our community food pantries, which are based out of Catholic churches. Each church can only serve within its neighborhood, as shown in the boundaries in the map. Please only call the location that serves your area.  Use this map to find the food pantry that serves your neighborhood. 

For food boxes in Southern Arizona call Tucson SVdP at 520-628-7837

Since all of the pantries are run by volunteers, each location has unique operating hours. Google Map shows you the pantry service boundaries, hours and phone number. If we do not have a food pantry in your neighborhood, please call 2-1-1 or visit the 2-1-1 Arizona website for assistance.

For additional resources, visit the Arizona Food Bank Network website for a list of food banks in your area. Many school districts are opening facilities for breakfast and lunch. Please visit your specific school district's websites for more information.

Need additional support?

Contact our partner agency 2-1-1 Arizona for more services.