Our mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger-relief programs. To achieve our mission into the future, we’ve set an ambitious goal to provide 12.2 million meals annually – more than a 60% increase – by 2035. To achieve that goal, we’ve been busy expanding our partnerships and adding new programming, including our regular Mobile Pantries and Kids Cafe food truck (known as The Lunch Lab). We’re also working to expand our capacity and considering new opportunities for distributing food that will increase access to more neighbors needing food assistance both now and into the future.
The Food Bank’s Nourishing Network provides food to more than 120 nonprofit programs to distribute to their clients in need. Nourishing Network member agencies include food pantries, kitchens, shelters and snack programs that serve low-income populations. Each year, we provide more than $3.8 million in value to our agency partners.
If you are a member agency or would like to learn more about becoming a Food Bank agency partner, visit our Agency Zone.
Loveland Rotary KidsPak
Calvary Baptist Temple
CSU Rams Against Hunger
Global Leaders- Lopez and Poudre Pantry
Family Housing Network
Family Medicine Center
FRCC Food for Thought
House of Neighborly Service – Berthoud
House of Neighborly Services – Loveland
Legacy Church Fort Collins
Loveland Vineyard Community Church
North 40 Food Pantry
Northern CO Health Network (NCAP)
Poudre Christian Fellowship
Saint John the Evangelist- St. Vincent DePaul
Saint John’s Lutheran Church
Salvation Army-Fort Collins
Seventh Day Adventist Loveland
Wellington Food Bank
Community Corner Café (partners with Crossroads Ministry)
Animal Friends Alliance
ARC of Larimer County
Boys and Girls Club of Larimer County
CSU Academic Advancement Center
CSU Campus Connections
CSU Education Opportunity Center
Eden Valley Institute
Eternal Brotherhood Ministry
Faith Evangelical Church -Room for Hope
Front Line Farming- Project Protect Promotora Network, North 2
Iglesia Vida Abundante
Junior League- Hunger Initiative
Lago Vista Neighbor
Lincoln Middle School
Loveland Library, Friends of the Loveland Library
Loveland Youth Gardeners
Mountain Range Shadows
Partners Mentoring Youth
Poudre School District- Community Connections
Poudre School District Early Childhood
Project Self-Sufficiency (Bring the Power)
Red Feather Lakes Library
SAFY of Colorado
St. Luke’s Medical Clinic
SummitStone Health Partners
The Center for Family Outreach
The Matthews House
Thompson School District Community Connections
YMCA of Northern Colorado
Alternatives to Violence
Faith Family Hospitality
Fort Collins Rescue Mission
The Lighthouse, Sober Living
Neighbor to Neighbor
In addition to providing food directly to our clients, the Food Bank works with many community partners to distribute food to those in need. Below is list of food pantries in Larimer County. Please note, the organizations listed below operate separately from the Food Bank and have their own eligibility guidelines. View our most updated list here.
Please contact them directly for more information on eligibility and hours of operation.
The name says it all: Nutritious Kitchen. Staff and volunteers work in our kitchen each day. It’s thanks to their hard work that we’re able to prepare hundreds of thousands of fresh scratch-cooked meals for children and seniors in Larimer County every year.
Through collaboration with community partners, the Child Nutrition programs include Kids Cafe, Kids Link and Backpack. Kids Cafe provides nutritious meals and snacks after school and during the summer at sites throughout Larimer County. In partnership with the Junior League of Fort Collins, Kids Link supplies packaged snacks to qualifying schools to assist children who display signs of hunger. Backpack, in cooperation with Loveland Rotary, McKinney and Longs Peak Rotary, supplies weekend food packs filled with easy to prepare meals and snacks.
The Food Bank partners with Volunteers of America (VOA) to provide nutritious meals to seniors 60 years of age and older. We provide made-from-scratch meals that are distributed to seniors at multiple sites throughout Larimer County. Through our Food Share program, we distribute food provided by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). As an additional service, we deliver CSFP commodity boxes and fresh fruits to homebound seniors in low-income housing developments.
The Fresh Food Share pantries are our brick-and-mortar locations. Just like a grocery store, clients can choose what they shop for. We offer a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, bread, meat, dairy and shelf-stable items – all at no cost to them.
We are different together. At FBLC we are not all the same. And that is our greatest strength. We draw from our differences of who we are, what we have experienced, and how we think. We cultivate a dynamic and diverse work environment, one that plays a critical role in our ambitious work to end hunger, so we believe in including everyone.
FBLC is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth and pregnancy-related conditions), gender identity or expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws and ordinances in the provisions of its programs, services, or activities to include discrimination against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in a discrimination investigation or lawsuit. FBLC’s management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities, access to facilities and programs and general treatment during employment.
We embrace a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Our goal is to attract, develop, retain and promote a talented diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential.
FBLC endeavors to make our careers site accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact our Human Resources team at email@example.com. This contact information is for accommodation requests only and cannot be used to inquire about the status of applications.
Thinking about applying and feel you may not meet all of our qualifications? If you believe that you can shine in one of our roles, we encourage you to apply!
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.