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Community Food Bank has spent over 40 years providing emergency food in Mesa County.

Nutrition is important for healthy families, and the Community Food Bank aims to provide nutritious meals to those in need.

There are no income qualifications or other restrictions on who is eligible to receive emergency food.

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COMMUNITY FOOD BANK IS OPEN – We are a CRITICAL EMERGENCY FOOD SERVICE exempt from the stay at home order

** REVISED HOURS for COVID-19 Emergency Food Box  **
Monday    1 –  3pm
Tuesday   1 –  3pm
Thursday  1 – 3pm 

PROXY PICK UP  - If you are high-risk and have someone who can pick-up for you, we will need the following information:
First/Last Name
Birthdate
Address
Household size – (# of seniors, adults, children)

Drive-up/Walk-up ONLY Operation. We are taking precautions to keep 6ft distance, reducing contact throughout our intake process, and serving our food boxes in an open-air environment to reduce crowding and congestion. If you have any questions, please read our COVID-19 Response Plan -or- contact us.

ALL PUBLIC FOOD DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
If you would like to help, please consider making a cash donation in support of our operation.

Thank You!

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The Community Food Bank in Grand Junction has been committed to feeding those in need in Mesa County since 1978. Our mission is to provide nutritious food to individuals and families in crisis. There are no income qualifications or other restrictions on who is eligible to receive a 3-day supply of emergency food.

Our open approach to food distribution allows us to help you when you need it most. When you experience unplanned expenses or your employment status changes suddenly – help is here for you and your family. Up to nine times a year, individuals and families can receive food from the Community Food Bank. Those over age 60 can visit the Community Food Bank twelve times in a calendar year.

“We must work to ensure the human dignity
that comes with a life free from hunger and poverty.”

—Julian R. Hunte, Former President of the UN General Assembly