Learn about Hunger with Community Food Share

As a food bank that’s been part of the fabric of Boulder and Broomfield Counties for decades, we not only provide our neighbors with access to food — we also educate and raise awareness about hunger in our local communities. Learn more about hunger by reading our blog, requesting a tour of our warehouse, scheduling a speaker, or checking out our Hunger 101 webpage.

Schedule a Tour

We distribute more than 10 million pounds of food a year. Such a huge number is hard to imagine — so don’t! Come tour our warehouse and see it for yourself.

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Request a Speaker

We would be delighted to come speak at your event or location, because we want to spread the word about hunger and what we do to fight it — and how you can help.

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Get the Facts on Hunger

Hunger impacts 40 million people in the United States — including families, children, and seniors right here in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Visit our “Hunger 101” page to learn about hunger in our nation, in Colorado, and in the two counties we serve.

Learn About Hunger

Read Our Blog

Get the latest updates and stories from our food bank’s blog.

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Going Back to Our Roots

September 10, 2021|Comments Off on Going Back to Our Roots

When it comes to food rescue, we were ahead of our time. Community Food Share was founded in 1981 as a local solution to a growing problem: hunger. At the same time ...

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Get the Facts on SNAP

August 6, 2021|Comments Off on Get the Facts on SNAP

At Community Food Share, we empower our neighbors to overcome life’s setbacks. In a year when grocery prices rose at a record pace, we’ve added a new service to help community members make their ...

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This Is Our Story

August 6, 2021|Comments Off on This Is Our Story

Heather picks up groceries for her family from our onsite pantry every week. When asked if she would be interested in sharing her story with others, she enthusiastically agreed, and asked if she could ...