Food in Your Community

Community Food Share believes everyone deserves access to nutritious, healthy food. We partner with a network of 40+ food pantries and meal sites to provide free groceries, fresh produce, and nutritious meals for all.

Find Food in Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Our Programs

At Community Food Share, we’re more than a food bank — we’re a neighbor and a friend. We’ll help you access the food you need at no cost to you, including fresh, high-quality proteins, dairy, and produce. Explore the food programs we offer below to find the best one for your situation or check out our mobile and onsite pantry hours here.

Onsite Food Pantry:
Feeding Families

Visit our food pantry in Louisville once a week to shop for free groceries.

Older Adults

Food Program

Adults 60+ receive free groceries twice a month at sites throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

Mobile Pantries

Our mobile pantries bring free groceries to various locations throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties. View our calendar to find a mobile pantry near you. 

More Ways to Access Free Food

There are many meal assistance programs available to help you, including SNAP, WIC, Meals on Wheels, and more. At many locations, you can also connect with additional services, such as nutrition support, emergency financial assistance, housing referrals, and affordable health insurance. Get more information on these programs here.

A woman browses groceries while her son and daughter sit in the grocery cart

SNAP: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program 

Community Food Share staff help you determine eligibility and assist you with submitting your application or renewal for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

WIC: Nutrition Assistance Program for Women, Infants and Children

WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, and other services free of charge to families that qualify.

Upcoming Schedule of Community Food Share Distributions

Regardless of where you live in Boulder or Broomfield counties, we have food distributions near you, featuring both our onsite food pantry and traveling mobile pantries. Browse the calendar below to find a location and time convenient for you. If you’re an adult 60+ be sure to check out our Older Adult Food Program.

What to Bring?

You will be asked to fill out a short, one page enrollment form to sign up for the program. Please come prepared to share a little information about you and the members of your household, including names, dates of birth, photo ID, and proof of address in Boulder County or Broomfield County.

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FAQs About Food

If you are in need of food today and aren’t sure where to go, Community Food Share can help. Call us at (303) 652-3663, or visit our Food Finder Map to find a resource near you.

  • Feeding Families onsite food pantry for individuals, families, and anyone else in need. Find out more.
  • Elder Share for eligible seniors at various locations in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Find out more.
  • Mobile pantries for individuals and families. Mobile pantries are located at various outdoor locations on specific days and times. Find out more.
  • Referrals to food resources throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Call Community Food Share at (303) 652-3663 or use our Food Finder Map to find a meal program or food pantry near you.

We unfortunately do not have the capacity to offer a delivery service; however, if you are homebound, the following resources may be helpful to you:

  • Via Mobility picks up groceries from Community Food Share’s programs, and will deliver them to you at home. Please note that this is limited to residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties. You need to qualify for Via’s services to access this option. You must coordinate this delivery service directly with Via: call (303) 447-2848, and press 0 to speak with their receptionist. You must call one day in advance to schedule these.
  • Meals on Wheels offers meal delivery. To find the program serving your neighborhood, click here.
  • RTD’s Access-a-Ride is offering grocery pick-up in response to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, free of charge to their customers’ homes — including groceries from Community Food Share’s onsite and mobile pantries. For information on Access-a-Ride and to see if you qualify for their services, visit the website. You must call one day in advance to schedule these trips.
  • Carry-Out Caravan by Cultivate offers free assistance with grocery ordering, purchasing, and delivering for Boulder and Broomfield County residents, ages 60+. For details, click here.
  • If you qualify for our Elder Share program (60+ years old), some Elder Share locations offer home delivery to those with transportation or mobility challenges.

Individuals who choose to visit our onsite pantry can select which items they would like to take home based on the items we have available that day.

At offsite programs such as Elder Share and Mobile Pantry, participants are also able to select from whatever items are available that day. Some mobile pantry locations operate as a drive-through, and participants are able to converse with volunteers on their food selections while remaining in their car.

In addition to Community Food Share’s programs, as well as other food pantries and meal programs normally available in our community, each school district is offering free meals to families. Click below for information by district:

Our current offering contains a variety of items (including fresh produce) that your household should be able to consume, including those with dietary restrictions.

Use our Food Finder Map to find a meal program or food pantry near you.

If you live outside of Boulder County or Broomfield County, you can use this tool to find your local food bank.

Yes, you are welcome to come to Community Food Share AND use other community resources. You can search for other charitable organizations with our Food Finder Map.

No, shopping at Community Food Share will not impact your SNAP benefits in any way.

Our Core Values


We empower families and individuals in need, ensuring fair access for all to nourishing food through our programs and partners, helping our neighbors achieve their health and nutrition goals.


We join hands with partner agencies and community members, working together to enhance our ability to receive, store, and distribute food. Through collaboration, we stand strong in our fight against hunger.


We are committed to promoting sustainable operations and upholding the highest standards of food safety and quality. This ensures that Community Food Share remains a trusted and reliable source of food, bringing peace of mind and nourishment to our community.


Together, we raise awareness about food insecurity, integrating community input, and making decisions rooted in data and evaluation.