Food Assistance

If you are having trouble with grocery expenses we can help. Here are a few local food pantry who are helping local families with food insecurity.

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the good news center

The Good News Center is organized by the Colorado Baptists, and is a non-profit agency that provides food to low-income families. There is no limit on frequency. Perishable items are dependent upon donations. Milk is often available. Must bring own box or bag. Once at 120 East 9th, take the driveway on the right-hand side of the parking lot then proceed behind the building to get to the Good News Center.

Hours:
Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.

Area(s) Served:
St. Vrain school district area.

Eligibility Requirements:
Photo ID and proof of current mailing address are required.

Call : (303) 678-9550

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the round pantry

The Round Pantry welcomes anyone who needs food. Distributing food from Community Food Share twice a month, The Round Pantry is set up in a “grocery store style” so that shoppers may select the food they need and can use. Food categories include dairy, frozen or canned meat, produce, boxed meals and other grains, canned goods, and baby/toddler food. Every household receives a gallon of fresh milk. Based on family size, a color-coded allotment system is used to insure that each member of a shopper’s family receives approximately a two-week supply of food at each Pantry opening.

Shoppers are asked to bring a photo ID and a current utility bill. The Round Pantry database is confidential & not connected to any other agency.

community food share


If you are in need of food assistance, we will help. Community Food Share provides free groceries directly to residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties, and we can connect you to other resources that best fit your situation. Select an option below to get started.

Feeding Families is Community Food Share’s onsite pantry. If you have a child on free or reduced lunch, you may fill a cart with fresh produce, milk and pantry items, free of charge, once a week. Families receiving WIC benefits or with a child attending Boulder County Head Start or Wild Plum Center are also welcome weekly.