Fresh Food Share
Our Fresh Food Share programs consist of our brick-and-mortar pantries, mobile food pantries and Family Medical Center pantry where our neighbors in need can shop for fresh fruits, vegetables, bread, meat, dairy and shelf-stable items – all at no cost to them.
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 more than 14,000 residents each month. Individuals qualify for Food Share based on residency and gross monthly income. Our goal is to provide each person with enough food for at least one meal per day each month. Click here for qualification details.
Mobile Food Pantry
In October 2016, we launched our first Mobile Food Pantry in partnership with the Foothills Unitarian Church. Since then, the Food Bank has launched three additional mobile pantries in an effort to distribute food to where neighbors need it the most. We are currently working to find additional partners to distribute at targeted locations throughout Larimer County. Learn more here.
Family Medicine Center Pantry
In partnership with UCHealth and the Family Medicine Center in Fort Collins, neighbors needing food assistance have access to another fresh food pantry in our community. As researchers continue to demonstrate the link between hunger and health, the FMC pantry provides clinic patients with the option to pick up healthy food options after their appointments. The pantry is also open to non-patients who might find the location more convenient or accessible. Learn more here.