Garden Share

Garden Share encompasses several growing and harvesting programs that bring freshly grown food to Community Food Share.

Community Garden Donations

Home gardeners share their bounties by donating freshly-picked fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Through our longtime collaboration with Earth’s Table, volunteers also grow and harvest produce for Community Food Share.

How to donate food from your garden:

In an effort to limit face-to-face interactions, we’ll be collecting your donations on our new outdoor farm stand. You can drop donations off Mondays-Fridays, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM. If you have a large harvest, and you need assistance unloading it, please pull up to our Dock Door 3 at the back of our building, Mondays-Fridays, 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.

Donations made to Community Food Share are tax deductible as allowed by law.

A woman harvests food from her garden to donate to Community Food Share.

Hey Home Gardeners!

Do you want to help Community Food Share provide fresh, delicious produce for individuals facing food insecurity? Pledge to Grow a Row for Community Food Share!

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No place to plant? Join a community garden:

Gleaning

Local farms call Community Food Share when they have an abundant harvest or it’s time to plant a new crop. But our ability to collect and distribute this incredibly fresh produce is dependent on volunteer availability — help us collect it by volunteering as a gleaner.

If you are interested in helping glean food on our behalf, contact us at (303) 652-3663 or gardenshare@communityfoodshare.org. Opportunities arise at short notice, so you will be added to our “on-call” list.

Are you a farmer interested in partnering with Community Food Share? 

Colorado farmers supply us with fresh, local agricultural products, including fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, and grains. Visit our “Food Industry Donors” webpage or contact our Manager of Food Resources and Compliance at (303) 652-3663 ext. 233 for more information.