2020. 2021. It has been a year, or in this case, over a year, and not an easy one at that. The COVID-19 pandemic, record levels of food insecurity, an overdue reckoning for racial justice, the rise of anti-Asian sentiments and hate crimes, and mass shootings across the U.S.—we have been challenged beyond measure. And yet, we’re not backing down from our critical mission of answering the challenge of hunger. We are showing up to nourish all community members equitably. Why? Because of people like you.
Your commitment to our mission is nothing short of awe-inspiring. From volunteers who come daily to pack boxes at our distribution centers to supporters sending us their stimulus checks because they want to give back, you inspire us and ignite our efforts to get food out the door to people who need it most. Since March 2020, we have distributed over 118 million pounds of food, which equates to more than 98 million meals—TOGETHER. And together, we will continue working on behalf of our community. Thank you.
"I think it’s important to serve your community. My favorite part is the people and talking to them about their life stories," says mobile pantry volunteer, Elise. Want to do good with good people? Sign up for a volunteer shift today.
Mobilizing Mobile Pantries
In 2020, Food Bank of the Rockies pivoted and adapted to serve an unprecedented amount of food.
Sponsorships and foursomes are available for the Food Bank of the Rockies Classic at Sanctuary. Join us for an opportunity to play this once-in-a-lifetime course while supporting meals and hope for children facing food insecurity in our community.
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