While the large majority of what we distribute is food, there are often additional essential items available including cleaning supplies, pet food, household essentials, diapers, and period products. Whether you have non-food items to donate or are in need of free household items, read below.
In 2015, Food Bank volunteer Jan Touslee noticed that many of the families that needed food also needed other necessities, like diapers. That realization started Jan on a journey to provide diapers to families in need in Fort Collins, Loveland, and throughout the community. The Nappie Project was born.
Through 2021, The Nappie Project had distributed more than 1 million diapers, and since the Food Bank took over The Nappie Project’s operations in July of 2021, we’ve distributed more than 250,000 diapers to our clients. That number will grow significantly in 2022.
Diaper need is defined as the lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep a baby clean, dry, and healthy. The National Diaper Bank Network estimates that 1 in 3 families experience diaper need. And it isn’t getting any easier. The Nappie Project reports that during the pandemic it distributed 40 percent more diapers, while the nation’s largest diaper producers recently announced price increases.
Contribute to The Nappie Project:
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Places to donate diapers:
You can donate diapers at multiple locations throughout Larimer County. All diaper sizes are needed, but preemie and sizes 5, 6 and 7 are most in demand.
You can donate at any of our regular donation locations, or at these partner locations:
If your little ones are in need of diapers, simply visit one of the three Food Bank’s pantries. Click the button to the right for location details.
Everyone who experiences periods needs routine access to safe and clean products.
Through various partners and committed volunteers, we’re able to distribute almost 150,000 period products annually.
Deliveries of period product donations are distributed weekly to each Food Bank location.
2600 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland
Typically open 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. on the fourth Saturday of the month.
To see more options for getting food & household necessities, check out our agency partner locations.
PLEASE NOTE: The Loveland Fresh Food Share has closed early Saturday, Feb. 24. It will re-open during regular business hours Tuesday.
PRESIDENTS DAY CLOSURES
The Food Bank is closed Saturday, Feb. 17 and Monday, Feb. 19.
CIERRE POR EL DIA DE LOS PRESIDENTES
El Banco de Comida estará cerrado el 17 de febrero y 19 de febrero.
Due to winter holidays, please observe the changes in our regular schedule listed below:
Dec. 23-26: Food Share Pantries & Administrative Offices CLOSED
Dec. 27-29: OPEN Regular Hours
Dec. 30 – Jan. 1: Food Share Pantries & Administrative Offices CLOSED
Jan. 2: OPEN – Resume Regular Hours
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Be aware of altered Food Share hours during the week of
Monday, November 20 | OPEN | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Tuesday, November 21 | OPEN | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Wednesday, November 22 | OPEN | noon – 3:00 pm
Thursday, November 23 | CLOSED
Friday, November 24 | CLOSED
Saturday, November 25 | CLOSED
Sunday, November 26 | CLOSED
Monday, November 27 | CLOSED – Regular schedule resumes
The most important thing for you to know, is the Food Bank for Larimer County IS NOT A GOVERNMENT AGENCY. No matter what happens, we will remain open and available to support you.
There will be other changes you’ll need to know about. Click here to learn more.
Lo más importante que debe saber es que el Banco de Comida del Condado de Larimer NO ES UNA AGENCIA GOBERNAMENTAL. Pase lo que pase, permaneceremos abiertos y disponibles para apoyarlos.
Habrá otros cambios que necesitarás conocer. Clic aquí para saber más.
The Food Bank for Larimer County Fresh Food Share Pantries will be closed Saturday, September 2.
Our Administrative Offices will be closed Monday, September 4.
El Banco de Comida estará cerrado sábado, 2 de septiembre y lunes, 4 de septiembre.
Food Bank for Larimer County is closed Wednesday, August 23, 2023.
Banco de comida ester estará cerrado el miércoles, 23 de agosto de 2023.