Our Mission:

Compassionately reaching out to nourish and meet the physical needs of the underserved and overburdened.

Feeding Denver's Hungry :: Volunteers

June's Volunteer Hours has been updated as of June 1st!

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Sign-up Confirmation

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  • 1st Thursday of each month will be TEFAP delivery and sort
    • 11am – 2pm
    • 4 – 8 volunteers needed
  • 1st Thursday of each month  ZOOM Board Meeting
    • 4pm – 6pm
    • all are encouraged to attend
  • 2nd Friday of each month
    • 12pm – 3pm
    • need 20+ volunteers for TEFAP box assembly
  • 4th Wednesday of each month is Groups Hand-Up at warehouse
    • 12pm – 2pm
    • 4 volunteers needed
  • 4th Thursday of each month is 21st and Stout Streets Hand-Up
    • 8am – 11am
    • 20+ volunteers are needed each month for this
  • Every Friday regular product delivery and sort
    • 12pm – 2pm
    • 6-8 volunteers needed

Please note that the above listed date and times are subject to change and/or cancelation. Please check the Volunteer sign-up form to confirm the date and times are still accurate.

Feeding Denver's Hungry has a new address!

11402 East 53rd Avenue, Suite 200, Denver Colorado 80239

Feeding Denver’s Hungry was forced to move from the warehouse that they occupied for the past few years off Jason Street. 

We have moved our operations to a new donated warehouse that is twice the size of our previous space. With this move, we are forced to end some of the programs  that we offered to the community, but it is now allowing us to perform some new offerings that we have been wanting to  present to the community that our previous location was not able to allow us to offer.

The first new thing that we are able to offer is the New Free Grocery Store.

Please visit our Contact Page to send us message with how we can help you!

Please visit our Volunteer Page to see our availability of when we are in need of Volunteers!

Of course, you can always visit our Donate Page to see how you can donate and help us give back to the community!


Volunteering with Feeding Denver's Hungry

Feeding Denver’s Hungry is comprised 100% of Volunteers from the Community. Our Board Members are all Volunteers, just like everyone that you will encounter and meet. In fact, the person that is designing the website for us, he is also a Volunteer. 

We know that everyone is not able to Volunteer with manual tasks for many different (personal) reasons. There are far much more that one can do for Volunteering with us and helping us to push forward.

If you are able to Volunteer but unable to perform manual tasks, please complete the normal Volunteer form and in the special notes, let us know how you are able to Volunteer and to help us keep moving forward.

Volunteer Release and Waiver

of Liability Declaration

Feeding Denver’s Hungry requires all Volunteers to read the “Volunteer Release and Waiver of Liability Declaration” page. 

For the complete declaration, please read:  https://feedingdenvershungry.org/volunteer-liability/

(“Volunteer”) releases Feeding Denver’s Hungry (“FDH”), a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Colorado and each of its directors, officers, employees and agents. The Volunteer desires to provide volunteer services for Feeding Denver’s Hungry and engage in activities related to serving as a volunteer. It is the policy of FDH not to discriminate against any volunteer because of race, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, disability or veteran’s status. It is the policy of FDH that it will not permit verbal or physical conduct by an employee or volunteer which harasses, disrupts or interferes with another’s work performance or which creates an intimidating, offensive or hostile environment.

Warehouse Safety Measures

Please be aware of warehouse safety measures:

      • No open toe shoes allowed.
      • A face covering both nose and mouth must be worn at all times when in warehouse.
      • Temperature checks will take place upon entry to warehouse.
      • We ask the everyone to entering wash their hands as soon as they arrive so you are not bringing in any germs from outside sources.

COVID-19 Safety Measures

If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, Please do not come to volunteer unless you have self quarantined and been symptom free for 21 days! Please DO NOT jeopardize everyone else who is helping to feed those in need.

      • Masks are required, Face Shields may be provided upon your request
      • Regular hand washing and sanitization is required
      • 6 Feet Social Distancing

Volunteer Donations

** We ask that all volunteers **

Make a $5 donation each time you volunteer if you’re able to or become a member of Feeding Denver’s Hungry for $20 monthly donation. This donation is a way that we can keep the supplies coming in. Donations can be made by clicking on any of the GoFundMe Icons within this website, clicking on the Donate button of any of the Facebook Postings, or you can pay Jim in person when you volunteer.

Volunteer Bio Information

Here at Feeding Denver’s Hungry, we take great pride in having you as part of our Volunteer team. We are working on a new form that will be able allow you to send us your information to share everyone! Please check back soon for the form!!

Community Service Volunteerism

Community Service is not always a Court Appointed reason. There are several reasons why a person may be required to perform Community Service. Feeding Denver’s Hungry has partnered with multiple agencies within the Denver Metro Area to allow your Volunteerism Time to count towards the different requirements needed to perform Community Service. We understand that there may be a unique reason why someone will need to perform Community Service. 

If you are in need for us to sign-off on this requirement, meet with Jim directly in private. He may ask some verifying questions. Rest assured, whatever you discuss with Jim will stay in confidence with him and not shared with any of the other Volunteers.