Boulder County food pantries.

Anyone who needs help in the Boulder County Colorado region can call or stop by a food bank or pantry for assistance. Several centers are committed to helping the low income and poor in the community. They may provide free boxes of food, groceries, hot meals, and other support. Or get information on public assistance programs such as SNAP food stamps.

The locations have limited hours and resources. They also rely heavily on donations from the community. If you can contribute any surplus goods or volunteer your time to a Boulder Colorado pantry, please do so. The sites, most of which are non-profits or charities, provide resources to hundreds of children, senior citizens, and less fortunate families every year.

Outreach United Resource Center, Inc.
303 Atwood St
Longmont, Colorado, 80501
Main number is 303-772-5529
The non-profit provides free boxes of food for low-income and working poor households in the St. Vrain Valley. Clients of the pantry will be eligible for help as often as once per week.

Nederland Community Center
750 N Highway 72
Nederland, CO, 80466
Dial 303-258-9721
This is an emergency food pantry that is open to residents of western Boulder county.

Harvest of Hope Pantry
2960 Valmont Rd
Boulder, CO, 80301
Phone - 720-382-1971
Numerous types of assistance is available. Shoppers of the pantry can choose a daily supplemental box of food, specified number of groceries and/or personal care items. The items selected from the pantry are chosen from a non-perishable rack of boxed, canned and bagged products in all major food groups. In addition, a sandwich or other prepared meals will be served as well.

 

 

 

 

Parenting Place
1235 Pine St
Boulder, Colorado, 80302
Telephone number is 303-449-0177
The agency operates a small food pantry. This may have formula, food for infants, and the center is offered for families with children ages newborn - 5 years.

Emergency Family Assistance Association, or EFAA
1575 Yarmouth Ave
Boulder, CO, 80302
Call 303-442-3042
Disabled individuals may get free food. Other aid is for seniors and Boulder Colorado families with young children.

Sister Carmen Community Center
Address is 655 Aspen Ridge Dr
Lafayette, CO, 80026
303-665-4342
People that live in the service area can apply for emergency food assistance. This is offered up to twice a month from the local food bank. Meat, dairy, vegetables and fresh produce may be passed out.

Community Food Share
Address of pantry is 650 S. Taylor Ave
Louisville, CO 80027
Phone is: 303-652-3663
A resource known as the Elder Share program distributes a free bag of supplemental groceries twice a month to low-income seniors and elderly. The homebound can also get help.

The Good News Center
120 9th Ave
Longmont, CO, 80501
Telephone - 303-678-9550

 

 

 

 

Community Cupboard
The Old Gallery
Allenspark, Colorado, 80510
Call 303-747-2906
The location offers Non-perishable food, surplus government commodities, personal care items, firewood, free wifi and use of laptop computer.

Boulder County Housing and Human Services
3460 Broadway
Boulder, CO, 80304
303-441-1000
May have vouchers for buying food, information on SNAP food stamps, WIC, and other government benefits.

Boulder County AIDS Project
2118 14th St
Boulder, CO, 80302
303-444-6121
The site offers a supply of groceries and food items. These are available at no cost to clients whose income makes it hard or impossible for them to maintain a healthy diet.

 

 

 

Longmont Meals on Wheels
910 Longs Peak Ave
Longmont, Colorado, 80501
Call 303-772-0540 for intake.
The center, its staff, and volunteers provide home-delivered hot noontime meals.

The Lamb's Ministry
First Presbyterian Church of Boulder
Boulder, Colorado, 80302
The non-profit charity will provide a bagel and steaming hot cup of coffee for the hungry, homeless, or needy people of the Boulder County community. This service is run in partnership with the Deacons Closet clothing distribution across the street.

 

 

 

 

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