Find Food in Your Neighborhood
*COVID-19 Impacts and Updates*
As this situation continues to evolve, we will share updates and information on pantry closures and cancellations. Please visit careandshare.org/COVID19 for the latest news.
Update for El Paso County Schools 3/17/2020: El Paso County’s 15 public school districts set up a network and online map of food distribution locations: bit.ly/COSSchoolMeals
We can help.
Good news! We are here to connect you to food in Southern Colorado.
Start with the pantry locator to find food in your neighborhood. Use the tools on this page to explore other resources like SNAP (formally food stamps) and USDA foods. And even more help is available by calling Pikes Peak United Way's 211 Helpline at 719-955-0742.
Looking for food in your neighborhood? Enter your address below to find the food nearest you.
Please note: at times, these facilities may have to change their hours, so we strongly suggest calling first to confirm they will be open when you can visit.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides grocery money for people who qualify.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program is a variety of food given monthly to individuals and families who qualify.
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program is a variety of food given monthly to seniors who qualify.
Frequently Asked Questions
Care and Share is a distribution center that provides food throughout Southern Colorado. Use the pantry locator above to find the food nearest you.
Type in your zip code in the pantry locator above. For more information about food, utility, and rent assistance, call Pikes Peak United Way’s 211 Helpline at 719-955-0742
Please call 719-434-5723 to speak to us or click here for more information about the program and how to apply.
Please call Pikes Peak United Way at 719-955-0742. They will be able to provide you with resources in your neighborhood.
“Today I am nowhere near the place I was when I first walked through those doors. The pantry gave me so much more than food – it gave me hope. At the end of my tunnel, there once was only dark – but now, all I see is light”- Jennie