How we feed our neighbors.
The face of hunger in Southern Colorado is different from the cities to the plains, from the mountains to the valleys. Our approach to feeding our neighbors is as unique as they are.
Is a federally funded program that provides food for low-come individuals, families, and seniors. Monthly food distributions are held at participating sites throughout Southern Colorado, serving thousands of our neighbors in need.
Is a federally funded program that provides extra food for low-income seniors. Monthly food distributions are held at participating sites throughout Southern Colorado, serving thousands of our neighbors in need.
As an organization that distributes millions of pounds of food each year, we have the capacity to create a huge amount of waste. To mitigate this, we recycle! Cardboard, shrink wrap, and pallets are baled and sold to create an additional resource to acquire more food.
Is a monthly allocation of dollars for individuals and families who need help getting enough food. Each month, your food credit is loaded onto a debit card, which allows you to buy nutritious food from grocery stores and other food retailers.
The Colorado Charitable Crop Donation Act supports the state's agriculture industry, food banks, food pantries, and communities affected by hunger. A good portion of our food comes from our local farmers and producers. When they donate produce to our food bank, they can receive a 25% tax credit.