Make Monthly Giving Your 2015 Resolution!


2015-Calendar-01f04Fight Hunger Year-Round! Join our Elite Sustainers’ Club. Each month, nearly 13,000 children, seniors and struggling families are counting on food from the Food Bank for Larimer County to get by when times are tough. To make sure we can help our neighbors in need, we count on our Elite Sustainers, a special group of our most dedicated supporters who are committed to ending hunger in Larimer County.  You can become an Elite Sustainer by joining our monthly giving club. There’s no easier way to help fight hunger. By giving up just one cup of coffee or restaurant meal each week, YOU can help make sure no one is hungry in Larimer County.

Reasons to join our Elite Sustainers’ Club

Efficiency. Your monthly commitment helps us to plan ahead, budget more effectively and respond to needs throughout the year.
Impact. Every $1 of your monthly gift provides $5 in groceries for seniors, children, young families, students and veterans who are struggling to make ends meet.
Convenience. Monthly credit card gifts save you time and postage.
Flexibility. You can change or stop your donation at any time.

Get Started

To set up a monthly gift, please go to our secure online donation page and indicate that you would like your donation to recur each month. Your credit card will conveniently be billed on the same day each month. If you have questions about this program, please email Heather Buoniconti or call 970-530-3101.

In thHoliday Emaile first 10 days of December, 10,000 people visited the Food Bank’s Food Share pantry needing help.That’s 1,000 more people than last year at the same time. Times are tough for many of our neighbors this holiday season. We’re serving seniors who are struggling to live on fixed retirement incomes. We’re helping young families who are working, but can’t make ends meet after paying for housing, childcare and other fixed expenses. Students and young graduates are turning to us when the costs of education far out weigh their earnings.
Whatever their situation happens to be, these families and individuals aren’t able to buy enough food and sometimes have to skip meals or make a simple sandwich last an entire day. Without our help, these people face tough choices. Food or rent? Food or childcare? Food or heat? Food or medicine? Fortunately, with the support of donors like you, we are able to help. Our neighbors in need can visit our Food Share pantry twice each week to acquire fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheese, milk and bread.
But with the increased demand for our services this holiday season, comes an increase in our need for your help. Will you donate today to make sure all of our neighbors have enough to eat this holiday season? Just $10 will provide enough food for 40 meals and hope for the future. Thank you so much for your support.

Bread N Boards Raises Record $39,000!

Bread N BoardsSears Trostel’s Annual Bread N Boards fundraiser raised a record-breaking $39,000 for the Food Bank. The long lines when the  doors opened at 8:30 am were a good indication of things to come. In total, just shy of 1,000 custom wooden cutting boards were sold with all proceeds benefiting the Food Bank.  Sears Trostel employees handcraft cutting boards from scrap they collect throughout the year from other projects. With the purchase of each cutting board, guests also received finishing oil and a coupon for a free loaf of bread at Great Harvest. Since the event began nine years ago, it has raised over $180,000 to fight hunger in Larimer County!

Colorado Gives Day is December 9!

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On Tuesday, December 9, Colorado Gives Day, our goal is to raise $100,000 in 24 hours to provide food for 400,000 meals. Each year, we serve nearly 36,000 individuals in need and provide food for more than 7.5 million meals. The numbers are staggering, but this isn’t just about numbers. It’s about real people who are struggling every day. It’s a grandmother living on social security struggling to find affordable housing. It’s a young family faced with housing, transportation and childcare costs while trying to live on wages that barely keep up with price increases. It’s the underemployed who can’t find full-time work in their chosen profession after spending years earning a degree and taking out student loans. These neighbors need your help.


 Will you join our supporters across the county and donate on December 9? 

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