Join Community Food Share’s Efforts in Hunger Relief

Support Families this Holiday Season ~

foodshare-1-112716LOUISVILLE, CO – Waking up to an empty table can be a hopeless and desperate situation. One in eight people in Boulder and Broomfield Counties struggle with hunger. Community Food Share has risen in the midst of this ache to move this mountain of hunger away for those in need with the support of people like you.

Let’s rise up together this season by bringing food to these families by donating food, funds, and time through Community Food Share. For every dollar donated, Community Food Share can provide three meals!

There are multiple ways to aid in the cause. Monetary donations can be mailed to Community Food Share at 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027. Further, Colorado Gives Day is on December 6, and Community Food Share would love for you to use that platform to donate online at www.coloradogivesday.org/communityfoodshare. If you are interested in volunteering, you can visit our website at www.communityfoodshare.org/get-involved or call us at 303-652-3663 to schedule a time to serve our community either for you personally or for a group. Finally, you can donate packaged, non-perishable food items at our warehouse during regular business hours.

foodshare-2-112716Elder Share provides groceries, free of charge, to low-income seniors in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Every senior receives fresh produce, cheese, and a variety of pantry items. Food is available for pick-up at locations throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties (including some senior living communities) and volunteers deliver groceries to homebound individuals. If you are a caregiver or you have an elderly family member, you can register and/or pick up food on behalf of a senior. For enrollment, call (303) 652-3663 or email eldershare@communityfoodshare.org.
Together we can make a difference!

About Community Food Share
Community Food Share’s mission is to be a leader in our community’s effort to end hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Last year, Community Food Share provided food for more than 9.1 million meals. Food is distributed through a network of more than 40 local non-profit organizations as well as Community Food Share’s onsite and mobile pantries that directly serve low-income families and seniors. To find out how you can give gifts of food, funds, and time, visit www.communityfoodshare.org.