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With the move to our new and bigger warehouse, we are not able to offer the Drive-Thru Handouts any longer. INSTEAD, Feeding Denver’s Hungry is now offering one of the kind Free TEFAP Grocery Store!
Just a heads up … now that we are offering this, once we see how things work and move, we may make some adjustments. In the event that we do make any adjustments, we will post it on the Free TEFAP Grocery Store page of the website!
Thank you for being a part of our community and happy shopping!
On the Fourth Thursday of each Month, the Volunteers of Feeding Denver’s Hungry goes to the block of 21st Street and Stout Street of Downtown Denver.
The days leading up to this day, the FDH Volunteers work together to make a meal that we are able to hand out to the visitors of our Thursday Hand-Up.
Feeding Denver’s Hungry partners with different restaurants and businesses to be able to provide these meals. You would be surprised of who volunteers their time to help on this great day!
Visit the Thursday Hand-Up Page for more information on this great event!
Find Food and Grocery Assistance From Our Partners
The following information are links and descriptions of how a family may find food and other assistance as needed. Feeding Denver’s Hungry is not responsible for information that may have become outdated as their information and programs (like ours) may change without advanced notification. We will do our best to keep this page updated on a monthly basis. If you ever find information below is outdated, you may visit the Contact Page and let us know. We can only improve ourselves with your help!
Feeding Denver’s Hungry is a partner of Food Bank of the Rockies. Visit their website at https://www.foodbankrockies.org/find-food/ for assistance with locating other partners who provide food assistance to those who may be in need.
We Don’t Waste works to reduce hunger and food waste in the Denver area by recovering quality, unused food from the food industry and delivering it to nonprofit partners, such as food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, schools and daycare programs, and more.
You can visit their direct website at https://www.wedontwaste.org/