the livingston food pantry of park county is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, public charity. the pantry's tax exempt status was granted march 22, 2006. ein:20 3550306.

202 South 2nd Street

Livingston, MT 59047

(406) 222-5335

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Our mission is to eliminate hunger in Livingston and Park County through...

  • Acquiring and distributing healthful food to individuals and families in need.

  • Playing a leadership role in developing a strong, sustainable, local food system.

  • Addressing the root causes of hunger in Livingston and Park County.

  • Supporting food related economic development that drive the creation of jobs.

We believe making food available to our citizens is fundamental to everything else we do.

No one is turned away at the Livingston Food Pantry. The Livingston Food Resource Center provides multiple programs for residents of Park County.

general hours

Tuesday: 9:00 am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

food pick up

Tuesday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 1:00 pm - 5:00pm

get help

LFRC distributes food, including monthly food boxes, senior commodities, students Healthy Weekend bags, and more! Call, email, or stop by for more information.

monthly food boxes

The Monthly Food Box program is available to supplement your entire household with seven days of food, once a month. Choose from our selection of fresh, frozen, and non-perishable food items and fill your own personal box!

bread & produce

Bread, produce, and perishables, based on availability, can be picked up to supplement food needs throughout the month. This option is available to anyone that comes through our doors. No paperwork or processing necessary --- just notify a volunteer to be directed to the current options.

make a donation!

As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on your generosity! More than 85% of the food distributed in the Pantry is purchased with funds and grants donated to the center.  Because the LFRC is able to purchase food at wholesale prices, your dollars buy twice as much food as they would in the grocery store.