Ault, CO
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 4 food pantries in the Ault area.

1 Miles Away

Ault , CO 80610

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House Of Neighborly Service

22 Miles Away

565 North Cleveland Ave
Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 667-4939

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Established in 1961, HNS was designed so that low-income people seeking assistance could come to one location. Churches and other community resources rely on HNS to provide the basic necessities of life. HNS provides emergency assistance that allows their clients to use their limited income towards other basic needs. They help reduce the threat of homelessness and promote their clients into a stable self-sufficient living environment. They also assist, educate, and encourage clients towards self-reliance and a hope of a better tomorrow.

HNS serves roughly 1500-1700 individuals every month with approximately 50% of them children. The assistance they provide is given in the form of the following programs: Food Bank, Clothing, Emergency Shelter, Prescriptions Program, Special Medical, Back-to-School Program, Utility Assistance, Christmas Program, Transportation, Birthday Closet, and Referral Program.

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Community Food Share, Inc.

36 Miles Away

6363 Horizon Lane
Longmont, CO 80503
(303) 652-3663

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To ensure that people in Boulder & Broomfield Counties, Colorado are food secure. Priority results: Food insecure individuals have access to nutritious foodFood insecure individuals are informed about how to access food from federal & local government, and non-profit programsCollection & distribution of food to those in need occur in an effective and efficient manner  

CFS distributes food at no charge to over 50 human service agencies located in their service area, such as emergency assistance centers, shelters, church food pantries, low income housing, and centers serving low-income children, disabled persons and seniors. Community Food Share also delivers the orders at no charge. Approximately 75% of the inventory is distributed through the agencies. The agencies undergo annual monitoring to ensure food safety standards are met.Program:Direct Distribution ProgramsBudget: $3,162,097Category: Food, Agriculture & NutritionPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: CFS operates direct distribution programs targeting those in poverty. Feeding Familes serves families with children in school who are enrolled in the free-lunch program. Elder Share serves very low-income seniors. Mobile Pantry delivers food on Saturdays to low-income areas. They also provide Emergency Food Boxes to anyone who comes to their door in need.

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Comea, Inc.

38 Miles Away

1504 Stinson Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001
(307) 632-3174

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The COMEA House provides safe and secure emergency shelter for homeless men, women and families; offers transitional housing for single adults; and collaborates to create opportunities for self-sufficiency.

The COMEA House operates two major programs: Basic Emergency Shelter Services (BESS) and the Transitional Living Program (TLP). BESS provides emergency shelter for homeless men, women and families in addition to the following supportive services: case management, daily showers, donation area access, food boxes, travel assistance, agency referrals, breakfast in the morning and a hot, nutritious meal in the evening. Currently, BESS can shelter up to 58 men, 12 women and two families at any given time. The Transitional Living Program is designed for single men and women en route from homelessness to self-sufficiency. The TLP consists of 12 single-room-occupancy (SRO) apartments and a program designed to teach individuals much needed lifeskills. TLP residents are required to pay rent, attend weekly case management meetings, partake in community service activities and attend monthly lifeskills classes. The classes are designed to provide residents with more information in a variety of areas such as job skills, nutrition, finance and wellness.

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