The Community Dinner Table provides multiple options to help with short-term food insecurity and long-term self-reliance. See the options below to learn more.
Blackfoot Community Pantry
Who: Those struggling with food insecurity
Where: 245 W Sexton in Blackfoot
When: Wednesdays from 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Guidelines: One food box per household
Tuesday Night Dinners
Who: Anyone needing a meal or a friend
Where: Jason Lee Memorial Methodist Church at 168 S University in Blackfoot
When: 5:00 – 6:30 PM every Tuesday from the last Tuesday in October (first dinner) to the last Tuesday in March (last dinner)
A turkey dinner is also provided on Thanksgiving Day each year at 1:00 PM
The long-term solution for food insecurity is individual and family self-reliance. CDT has provided English language and other classes via ISU instructors and other volunteers in the past. CDT also teams with other local organizations to meet the educational needs of the patrons.
The garden was developed to cultivate individual growth and self-sufficiency through community gardening and gardening education.
It is located just north of Veterans (Airport) Park at the intersection of East Airport Road and Teeples Drive.
Garden signups are under the direction of the City of Blackfoot.