More Resources for Food Assistance

In Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Food Pantries and Meal Programs
Use our Food Finder tool or download our “Where to Find Food Assistance” brochure to find a program near you.

SNAP: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps) helps individuals and families buy food that is healthy and nutritious. Community Food Share can help you apply for SNAP benefits. Click here to learn more.

WIC: The Supplemental 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.

  • Boulder County Residents: (303) 413-7520 or visit for details
  • Broomfield County Residents: (720) 887-2225 or visit for details

Nutrition Services for Your School District

Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels offers hot, nutritious meals to adults having difficulty preparing their own meals (specifics may vary by location). Meal delivery is available to homebound individuals. Meal fees are based on a sliding scale according to monthly income.

Food Consumption and Storage Tips
Did you know that it’s safe to eat many foods past the printed expiration date? Because much of the food that Community Food Share distributes is donated to us, you may receive foods that are marked as expired. Use Still Tasty to find out how long foods stay safe and the best ways to store them.

Outside of Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Hunger Free Hotline
(855) 855-4626 | A bilingual, toll-free number that connects Coloradans to needed food and nutrition resources statewide.

2-1-1 Colorado
Dial 2-1-1 to access this free, confidential, multilingual service that refers callers to social and community resources best suited to meet your needs. You can also visit the website.

Colorado Food Banks
Use this tool to find your local food bank.