HOW TO GET HELP

WE OPERATE ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET!

But, with the help of a community givers, we distribute food to needy families, in fact, we provided over 2 million pounds of food in 2015 in each of Adams County‚Äôs cities, towns and municipalities. On an annual basis, we provide over 30,000 food distributions that fill in the gaps of a family’s food budget.

OPEN HOURS

The Food Pantry is open every Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families seeking food assistance come, check-in and are provided the opportunity to receive bread and produce, and staple foods like rice and pasta, cereal, canned vegetables and fruit, tuna and other quality foods to support a healthy diet. Families may visit the Food Pantry weekly for perishables and once a month for staples.

FOOD DIRECTLY TO FAMILIES

 

ONCE A WEEK PERISHABLES

We provide families with fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products and other perishable, healthy groceries every week.

STAPLE FOODS

Our once a month distribution is a food box full of staple foods: canned goods, beans, shelf-stable milk, pastas, cereals, canned and frozen meat and fish

SENIORS

We provide income-qualified seniors with a box of nutritious food including beans, grains, canned vegetables and fruit, dried milk, peanut butter and other staple foods that stretch the dollars for low-income senior citizens.

BRING YOUR ID TO CHECK-IN!

Please provide a proof of Adams County residence and a State of Colorado ID.

SENIORS

Please bring ID and proof of income (social security payment, bank statement, or pay check stub.)

RESPONDING TO NEEDS IN ADAMS COUNTY

Of the community-at-large, our mission brings food to emergency programs that provide food boxes for families in crisis, to families on the lowest rung of the income ladder in the Adams County Schools, and the Migrant Farmworkers Program.

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