Snack2School Drive

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To support our Kids Link snack program, the Food Bank has teamed up with The Coloradoan and Whole Foods Market Fort Collins for a month long healthy snack drive. Last year, the Food Bank’s Kids Link program provided nearly 130,000 snacks to schools in Larimer County to help children who come to school with an empty stomach because there’s no food in the home.

Our goal for the drive is to “Fill the Bus” with 250,000 individual snacks. 

3 Ways to Donate: 

1) Drop off snacks at the Coloradoan during the month of September.

2) Stop by the Snack to School. Drive at Whole Foods on Saturday, September 20; 10 am – 3 pm. Snack to School logobus_Page_3

3) Donate online:

Most Needed Snack Items

* Unsweetened Applesauce Cups

* Snack Size Boxes of Raisins

* Whole Grain Granola Bars

* Whole Grain Crackers, in single serving size packages

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Take Action to Help Solve Hunger!

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Hunger In America Study

Largest, Most Comprehensive Analysis of Charitable Food Assistance in America Reports 35,600 Served by Food Bank for Larimer County Annually…

hunger-in-americaA new study by Food Bank for Larimer County and Feeding America shows that 1 in 10 people, or an estimated 35,600 people, in Larimer County turn to the Food Bank and partner food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families. Nationally, Hunger in America 2014 found that more than 46 million people rely on the Feeding America network of food bank programs every year.

In addition to determining the number of individuals receiving assistance, the study documents household demographics and offers a snapshot of the people served by the Food Bank for Larimer County. It is also the first nationally-representative study that assesses the prevalence of past and current members of the U.S. Military and adult students receiving charitable food assistance. Read more