A Commitment to Our Community is No Longer Optional

More so now than ever, individuals want to work for companies that are committed to their community, and consumers are loyal to companies whose values mirror their own (Cone Communications, 2016). Community Food Share partners with hundreds of local businesses to develop transformative relationships that help feed our neighbors while supporting your unique Corporate Social Responsibility goals!

74% Employees

Say their job is more fulfilling when provided with opportunities to make a positive impact on social and environmental issues.

79% Millennials

Consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work (versus 58% national average).

66% Employees

Wish their employer would provide volunteer opportunities they could do with friends or family.

Your company is more than welcome to support our food bank by making a corporate gift. In addition, consider the other ways you can help us fight hunger listed below! Community Food Share is here year-round to work with your team on developing and implementing strategies to showcase your company’s commitment to giving back. Our staff makes it easy to launch a partnership by providing guidance, resources, and support.

Representatives of companies participating in the Corporate Challenge are gathered together for a group photo.

Compete to Beat Hunger in Our Corporate Challenge

By enlisting your team in Corporate Challenge and competing with other local businesses to raise funds and food, you can help us eliminate summer hunger.

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Sponsor an Event

Build brand awareness by sponsoring one of our annual events. Each event offers a range of sponsorship levels (contact Katriñe Arnedo to learn more):

A banner displays the logo of Premier Members Credit Union, who sponsored Community Food Share's Farm to Fork Dinner in 2019
A banner displays the logo of Premier Members Credit Union, who sponsored Community Food Share's Farm to Fork Dinner in 2019

Sponsor an Event

Build brand awareness by sponsoring one of our annual events. Each event offers a range of sponsorship levels (contact Kat Arnedo to learn more):

The Executive Director of Community Food Share, Kim Da Silva, holds a large check from Etkin Johnson, symbolic of a gift the company gave the food bank.

Become a Full Plate Funder

Take your impact to the next level by becoming a Full Plate Funder, an outstanding group of companies that annually contribute 15,000 meals or more.

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Host a Fund and Food Drive, In-Person or Virtually

Run a virtual or traditional drive, and you’ll help get more food into the homes of our neighbors while providing opportunities for your team to connect and learn together.

Looking for other event or fundraising ideas? Contact Kyl Caragol to brainstorm the many ways your business can host a customized fundraiser.

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A Community Food Share staff member loads food into the trunk of a participant's car
A Community Food Share staff member loads food into the trunk of a participant's car

Host a Fund and Food Drive, In-Person or Virtually

Run a virtual or traditional drive, and you’ll help get more food into the homes of our neighbors while providing opportunities for your team to connect and learn together.

Looking for other event or fundraising ideas? Contact Blair Middleton to brainstorm the many ways your business can host a customized fundraiser.

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Congressman Joe Neguse is given a tour of the food bank facilities by Executive Director Kim Da Silva

Educate Employees About Hunger and Our Work

Hunger is a reality for far too many residents in Boulder and Broomfield Counties, but most people are not aware of it. Help teach your employees about our food bank’s work to fight food insecurity by scheduling a guest speaker or a warehouse tour.

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Volunteer with Your Coworkers

Shake up your work day and build camaraderie at the same time: join us for a volunteer session, or incorporate volunteering as part of your new-hire orientation. Remember: one hour of volunteering provides 90 meals!

Group Volunteering
Two volunteers high-five as they repackage bulk cereal in Community Food Share's facility.
Two volunteers high-five as they repackage bulk cereal in Community Food Share's facility.

Volunteer with Your Coworkers

Shake up your work day and build camaraderie at the same time: join us for a volunteer session, or incorporate volunteering as part of your new-hire orientation. Remember: one hour of volunteering provides 90 meals.

Group Volunteering

For more information about how your company can further our work, please contact:

Kyl Caragol, Events & Promotions Outreach Coordinator
kcaragol@communityfoodshare.org
(303) 652-3663 ext. 219

Katriñe Arnedo, Strategic Partnerships Coordinator
karnedo@communityfoodshare.org
303-652-3663 ext. 209