Food Bank for Larimer County

FOOD BANK NEWS

Curbside Pickup
Now Available

Sign up to pick up prepared food boxes one (1) time per week at one of our Fresh Food Share pantries using Curbside Pickup!

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WAYS TO HELP

New Volunteer Opportunities

Following our return to Client Choice we have expanded the volunteer opportunities available. We would love to have your help in feeding our community.

FOOD BANK NEWS

Food Bank Returns to Client Choice Shopping

After 18 months of drive-through food distribution due to COVID-19, the Food Bank will once again welcome clients inside - with a few upgrades!

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WAYS TO HELP

Take a Virtual Tour

Just because we are all practicing social distancing doesn't mean you can't visit the Food Bank - virtually!

CLIENT STORIES

In Their Own Words

Life happens and sometimes we all need a little help. Take a moment to learn more about those who shop at the Food Bank.

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A Fresh Take on Hunger

The Food Bank ensures that those in our community who are hungry have convenient access to free, healthy and nutritious food.

We're feeding Larimer County with three distinct programs:

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For tens of thousands of households facing tough choices to make ends meet, cutting back on food is often the solution. But it comes at a steep price. For children, hunger impacts the ability to learn. For adults, the ability to work. For seniors, the ability to manage illness and maintain health.

Our Role

About Us

Food Bank for Larimer County is committed to not only providing the day-to-day nutritional assistance to our neighbors in need, but also to help stabilize their lives by providing health and hope, and putting them on a path to self-sufficiency.

The Impact

Our Impact

Estimated 37,500

neighbors served

8 million

meals worth of food distributed

3.6 million

pounds of fresh produce shared

100+ partners

we source food for

The Future Need

Hunger in Our County

Using GIS Mapping technology, we have identified service gaps in our community. Using this data and population growth projections, the need will reach 12.2 million meals annually by 2035, an increase of nearly 64% from 2015.

2021

8 million meals

2035

12.2 million meals

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Thanks to our partners for their support during COVID-19!

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