No one within our designated service area with a legitimate need is refused.
Since its inception in 2009, the food pantry has grown significantly. We currently feed more than 400 families every week who are less fortunate. Although we are an emergency or crisis center, often we are able to help single parents change the course of their lives and move out of the unfortunate situations in which they find themselves. Many elderly people on fixed incomes are unable to purchase adequate food due to high medical expenses, so we are able to supplement their food supply. This also includes USDA food commodities.
In addition, we offer information on other agencies, both governmental and non-profit, which may assist in other areas.
Feeding more than 400 families every week requires not only the dedication of loyal servant helpers, but also the financial input from many sources. A facility in which to store the food and serve the people whom we help is also a critical need. We depend completely on donations of food and money for our operation. There are no salaried positions and operation costs are kept to a minimum. The food pantry is open 3 days a week and is staffed by more than 200 servant helpers and a 5-member Board of Directors. Our servant helpers come from all walks of life to follow the teaching of Jesus to minister to the needs of others. We invite you to join us in this ministry through your prayers, volunteer service, and donations.
Thank you for your willingness to serve. To learn more about volunteer opportunities at the North Denver Cares food pantry, please contact us at 303-466-2115.
To learn more about how you can help through donations, please contact us at 303-466-2115.