YOUR FOOD DONATIONS HELP ALLEVIATE HUNGER IN ADAMS COUNTY

We Accept All Types of Food Donations!

From fresh and vegetables to meat and dairy products, we accept food donations of any kind. Your food donations are vital in helping our mission to feed families, veterans, and seniors who face food insecurity in our community. Help us feed it forward today!

Where to Take Your Food Donations

We are located at 7111 56th Ave, Commerce City, CO 80022. You can drop off your donations between 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. When you arrive, please enter through the west door of the warehouse, and our volunteers can assist in unloading your car. 

Most-Wanted Food Donations

  • Dried or canned beans
  • Canned meat, tuna, salmon
  • Nuts and dried fruit
  • Peanut butter
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Anything high in fiber and low in sugar

***Please make sure all packaging is intact and unopened. Please be aware of expiration dates and eliminate any expired items from your donation.

How Restaurants and Caterers Can Get Involved

Rather than tossing unused food from your restaurant or event, consider donating it to our organization! We partner with local food recovery organizations like We Don’t Waste to reclaim and redistribute quality, nutritious food to those in need. These donations come from sports venues, caterers, food distributors, restaurants, and other organizations who want to put their excess food to good use.

Good Samaritan Food Donation Act

Millions of pounds of food and groceries go to waste each year. To encourage companies and organizations to donate healthy food that would otherwise go to waste, they are protected from criminal and civil liability under the Good Samaritan Food Donation Act. 

On October 1, 1996, President Clinton signed this act to encourage donation of food and grocery products to nonprofit organizations for distribution to individuals in need. This law:

  • Protects you from liability when you donate to a non-profit organization
  • Protects you from civil and criminal liability should the product donated in good faith later cause harm to the recipient
  • Standardizes donor liability exposure
  • Sets a floor of “gross negligence” or intentional misconduct for persons who donate grocery products

Unable to donate food in person? Please consider making a donation online!

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