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Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Initiative

Food rescue is a big part of the work we do, and we can’t do it without loyal partners like King Soopers! Care and Share drivers stop by local King Soopers stores multiple times a week to pick up food […]

Cooking Matters

We know that eating healthy on a limited budget can be a hard thing to do, and many of us don’t even know where to begin. That’s where Cooking Matters comes in. Care and Share Food Bank is a satellite […]

Pueblo Community College- Mancos

We are proud to partner with Pueblo Community College in the fight against hunger! PCC knows how important it is for all students to have access to nutritious food when they need it. To make sure their students can operate […]

Atlas Preparatory School Food Pantry

DONOR GENEROSITY helps Care and Share Food Bank stock eight School Pantries. Atlas Preparatory School in Colorado Springs launched theirs last year. They welcome students and families in need each Friday from 3:30 – 5:30 pm. The effort is run by individual donors, volunteers and […]

Kathleen & Dove Creek Care and Share

Dove Creek, Colorado is located in the Southwest corner of our state. It is a small, rural community with a population of less than 700. Nearly 23% of its residents are living below the poverty level.  Many seniors are living […]

Cooking Matters- Peter

Peter Medina is our Pueblo Cooking Matters Coordinator. His enthusiasm is contagious and he has a knack for inspiring even the most introverted participant to get involved in cooking.  He makes all of his students feel special and that their […]

Care and Share Gardens

The gardens at Care and Share play a vital role in providing nutrition for those in need. During this growing season, we have harvested more than 900 pounds of healthy food from our three gardens and greenhouse, including pumpkins, carrots, […]

Gunnison Country Food Pantry

For 50 years, the citizens of Gunnison, Colorado have provided food assistance to their neighbors. Department of Health and Human Services’ Director Anne Steinbeck began stocking food in 1962 to tide folks over until their applications for food stamps were […]

High Plains Helping Hands

In July 2013, High Plains Helping Hands (HPHH) had an idea to provide weekly education classes that would empower their patrons by teaching them certain life skills, including healthy cooking and gardening. Along with the idea, HPHH envisioned a garden. […]