Programs

Food Share

Our Food Share program is one of the nation’s largest, client-choice, fresh food pantries. We have locations in Fort Collins and Loveland. Food Share distributes fruits, vegetables, bread, meat and dairy to nearly 14,000 residents each month. Individuals qualify for Food Share based on residency and gross monthly income.

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Child Nutrition

Our Child Nutrition programs include: Kids Cafe, Kids Link and Backpack. Kids Cafe provides nutritious meals and snacks after school and during the summer at sites throughout Larimer County. In partnership with the Junior League of Fort Collins, Kids Link supplies packaged snacks to qualifying schools to assist children who display signs of hunger. Backpack, in cooperation with Loveland Rotary McKinney and Longs Peak Rotary, supplies weekend food packs filled with easy to prepare meals and snacks.

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Food Link

Food Link provides food to over 85 non-profit organizations to distribute to their clients in need. Food Link member agencies include food pantries, kitchens, shelters and snack programs that serve low-income populations. Each year, we save our partner agencies over $2 million on food costs.

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Senior Nutrition

The Food Bank partners with Volunteers of America (VOA) to offer a congregate senior meal program. We provide made-from-scratch meals to nine sites for seniors age 60+.  Through our Food Share program, we distribute food provided by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). As an additional service, we deliver CSFP commodity boxes and fresh fruits to homebound seniors in low-income housing developments.

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