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CO Gives Day

Today is Colorado Gives Day. A day where everyone across the state comes together to support each other through charitable gifts to local organizations. Show your support for the community and help feed our neighbors this CO Gives Day!

Volunteer With Us

Join the movement and make a difference in your community by volunteering at community food share. Together, we can fight hunger, support our neighbors, and create a stronger, more compassionate community. Take action today and help ensure that no one goes to bed hungry.

Corporate Giving

Our Philanthropy Team can work with you to customize a sponsorship package, from our menu of programmatic and event opportunities, to meet your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program’s unique goals, objectives, and budget based on your specific areas of interest.   

Host a Drive

Hosting a fundraiser not only helps get more food into the homes of our neighbors, but it also raises awareness about local hunger. Every dollar donated helps provide $5 worth of groceries through our programs.

Garden Share

Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just love feeling the earth between your fingers, our Garden Share program is for you. With Garden Share, you can volunteer to glean produce at our local farm, grow a row for our neighbors in need, or donate food from your garden.


FAQs: Volunteering

Our warehouse is in the Colorado Technology Center, an office park in Louisville. Address is 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027. For a map, please visit our Contact Us page.

Regular volunteer opportunities are offered on weekdays between 8:00 AM and 3:30 PM.

No, we do not offer evening or weekend volunteer shifts at this time.

Children ages 12-15 must have an adult chaperone with them; we require at least 1 adult for every 3 children. Ages 16+ can volunteer independently.-

Yes; please be sure that each family member is registered separately. Children ages 12-15 must have an adult chaperone with them; we require at least 1 adult for every 3 children. Please visit our Individuals & Families page for more information.

All volunteers must wear sturdy, closed toe shoes (no sandals or slip-on shoes). All clothing should be appropriate for working in a warehouse environment. Additionally, during the coronavirus pandemic, all volunteers must come to their shift wearing a mask that covers their mouth and nose.

Yes, we welcome volunteers completing community service for school, church, court, scouts, or food stamps. Please visit our Required Service Hours page for more information.

Sorting, restocking, or repacking food donations so they are ready to be distributed to the individuals and organizations that we serve. You can also help us pull orders for Partner Agencies, load and unload trucks, and do some basic cleaning and organizing of the warehouse. Please see our Individuals & Families page for complete descriptions of the many volunteer activities we offer.

Please call us at (303) 652-3663, or email a member of the volunteer department if you need to cancel. That way, we have enough time to find a volunteer to replace you.

Our weather policy is to close if both the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts are closed. If only one district is closed, please call our office at (303) 652-3663. A recording will be posted by 7:30 AM if we are closed. You can also check our website's homepage or Facebook page.

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