Denver Metro Emergency Food Network

has delivered 262,688 free meals since March 18, 2020.


In order to fulfill our current deliveries to food recipients and partners we are not accepting new food requests at this time. We are committed to continue serving 20,000 meals per week to those in need across the Denver Metro Area. Thank you for your support to help us continue this important work.

If you are in emergency need of food, please call Colorado's Resource Line at 2-1-1 or visit

We have a deep and long-term commitment to improving food access and security across Denver Metro. We are still learning what this means for emergency meals and our work moving forward. We are using the next month to understand more about the needs of our communities, the impact of this work so far, and how we can support food security moving forward.

Check out our latest video below and all of videos on our YouTube Channel.

OUR GOAL: 250,000 free meals delivered by June 1 to home-bound families and elderly in need

In the Denver Metro Area, thousands of families, elderly, and individuals of in need and have reduced food security and access to food due to the risk of COVID-19. To address this need the Denver Metro Emergency Food Network was launched to provide safe, free, prepared meals delivered to those in need.

The Colorado Emergency Food Network is a registered non-profit with the state of Colorado. Denver Food Rescue serves as our 501c3 fiscal sponsor. All donations are tax deductible.


Provides 4 meals for homebound Denver Metro community member in need


Provides 20 meals for homebound Denver Metro community members in need


Provides 208 meals for homebound Denver Metro community members in need

$50,000 DONATION

Provides 10,438 meals for homebound Denver Metro community members in need



These founding organizations, along with our supporting partners, form the Denver Metro Emergency Food Network



Founded in 2017, Bondadosa is a social enterprise that harnesses the power of Colorado's community of producers, growers, and small businesses. We serve as the front line in the fight against food injustice by utilizing technology to build a better distribution network. We also support emerging startups focused on agriculture and sustainable transportation.


We increase health equity with Denver neighborhoods by rescuing high-quality, fresh produce and perishable foods that would otherwise be thrown away by grocery stores, farmers markets, and produce distributors. With the help of our amazing volunteers, the food we rescue is delivered (often biked!) to Denver neighborhoods for direct distribution at No Cost Grocery Programs (NCGPs).  NCGPs are co-created with existing community organizations like schools, recreation centers, and nonprofits that are already established and trusted within the neighborhood, decreasing transportation barriers.


At Focus Points, we believe that a strong family is made up of thriving individuals. This means that both children and caregivers have the support they need to pursue their goals. Our multigenerational programs meet families’ needs by connecting them to resources to build healthy, strong families.


Friends & Family is a nonprofit organization. Our mission is to provide educational events and programming for members of the food and beverage industry in Colorado. We do good things for good people. We invite to you join us. We welcome people from all areas of industry. The Core:: Employees of restaurants (front and back of house), bars, coffee shops, etc. The Makers: Employees of distilleries, breweries, and other food or beverage businesses. The Network: sales representatives, distributors. The Allies: food and beverage writers, bloggers, photographers and public relations companies.


Lost City is a social impact restaurant and community space that offers specialty coffee, delicious housemade food, full catering and event hosting, and (coming Spring 2020 to River North) a cocktail bar. We have locations at the River North Taxi campus and in Capitol Hill. Lost City is a mission-driven business with two areas of impact focus: first, supporting and celebrating immigrant and refugee communities here in Colorado through mentorship, fundraising and related support; and second, leaning into serving the underserved in our local Denver neighborhoods.

The Colorado Emergency Food Network is a registered non-profit with the state of Colorado.
Denver Food Rescue serves as our 501c3 fiscal sponsor.


If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Please text us at the following number for immediate response.

Interested in volunteering to deliver food? Fill out the following form and we will reach out to you as soon as possible.

Text (720) 594-2065 for more information

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