The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)

Community Food Share provides groceries to individuals and families with limited financial resources in partnership with TEFAP, a federal program. Twice a month, participants fill a cart with fresh produce, milk, and pantry items provided by Community Food Share.

Community Food Share
Wednesdays-Fridays 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville
(303) 652-3663

You may receive TEFAP food items each month if you live in Boulder County or Broomfield County and meet the income guidelines listed below. There is no need to show proof of income. If a family member qualifies for free or reduced school lunch, WIC, or SNAP (food stamps), you meet these guidelines.

Your current combined monthly household income must not exceed:

  • One-Person Household: $2,081.67
  • Two-Person Household: $2,818.33
  • Three-Person Household: $3,555
  • Four-Person Household: $4,291.67
  • Five-Person Household: $5,028.33
  • Six-Person Household: $5,765
  • Seven-Person Household: $6,501.67
  • Eight-Person Household: $7,238.33
  • For each additional family member, add: $736.67

To register for the TEFAP Food Program at Community Food Share, bring a photo identification card and proof of address in Boulder County or Broomfield County. You will be asked to complete a simple enrollment form when you first enroll and then once per year if you continue with the program.

Enrollment Form
Forma de Inscripción

At Community Food Share in Louisville:

If both the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts have closed, then Community Food Share will also close for the day. If only one of the two school districts closes, then we will evaluate the need to close on a case-by-case basis. We may be open in those circumstances with a skeleton crew, and limited services. Whenever possible, we will leave a message on our Facebook page and on our voice mail system letting callers know if we are closed. Call (303) 652-3663.

The inclement weather policy varies between locations. Please call the appropriate location for details.

Mobile Pantries
Food Finder Map

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)

Please bring: Photo identification and proof of residence in Boulder or Broomfield County.
You can use:

  • Driver’s license
  • State issued photo identification card
  • School, university, or college identification card
  • US or foreign passport
  • Matricula consular
  • Temporary Resident Card
  • Alien Registration Receipt or Permanent Resident Card
  • Employment Authorization Card
  • Colorado Temporary Driver’s License

The proof of address should be in your own name and no more than three months old.  Here are some options:

  • Utility, Phone, or Medical bill
  • Lease
  • Insurance documents
  • Bank statements
You may designate a friend or family member to shop on your behalf. Both of you will need to sign a proxy form and take the form to Community Food Share.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Click here for details.