Denver Metro Emergency Food Network
has delivered 326,342 free meals since March 18, 2020.
A broad coalition of volunteers, community partners, and donors came together to make this essential, emergency meal delivery possible. As the emergency food network comes to a pause on August 30, we want to share our gratitude and the impact you had on our community. See our impact report, published September 8, 2020.
If you are in need of food, please use this list of food resources we have curated.
Check out our latest video below and all videos on our YouTube Channel.
In the Denver Metro Area, thousands of families, elderly, and individuals are 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 in March 2020 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.
These founding organizations, along with our supporting partners, form the Denver Metro Emergency Food Network