Life Sharing Center, Inc.

St. Jude Food Bank

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(928) 283-6886

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Life Sharing Center, Inc.

Saint Jude Food Bank

A qualified Charitable organization


Established in 1997

To serve any person living with food insecurity in Western Navajo Nation, Western Hopi Lands, and Southern Paiute Reservation

A Sponsored Ministry of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent DePaul, Province of the West


A Partner with local Community Resources


Supported by grants and donations from   private and public sectors.


​​Mission Statement

"The mission of St. Jude food Bank is to make nutritious food available to those living with food insecurity on the tribal lands we serve, and promote self-sufficiency through education, advocacy and coalition building."

  • Bargain Box: Co-op food program available to all members of the community
  • Senior Box: For persons 60 and older
  • Healthy Beginnings: Food support for families with children under six years of age.
  • Snack Pack Program: A school year program for at-risk children in grades K-3
  • Emergency Food Program: Food for people without adequate resources.
  • Farmer's Market: Gathers local farmers, backyard gardeners, community garden growers to sell fresh produce to the local community Aug-Oct.
  • Resource Center:  Assistance with current & prior year taxes, job search, home finance coaching, SNAP applications and more

Current Programs

That no one, especially children and the elderly, be hungry in-spite of geographic, economic, physical or emotional conditions.

Vision Statement