Recent figures show that approximately 1 of 6 people and 1 of 4 children in Weld County are hungry. Weld Food Bank’s goal is to lead and engage our community in the fight against hunger. For the past thirty years, the organization has been proudly serving the hungry in Weld County through partner agencies, food box distribution, and children’s programs.
The Weld Food Bank is looking for a few good men. Or women. Or well-behaved teens if accompanied by their parents. The summer months are a time when there is less volunteerism at the food bank. There are a variety of reasons – family vacations, the universities are on break and students are away, other pressing priorities. However, people are hungry all year long and the food bank is in action – working to make a difference in our community.
Volunteers are important to non-profit organizations all year long however April has been designated “National Volunteer Month.” This is a time to pay tribute to volunteers and focus on the many ways that they help make our communities a better place to live. On behalf of non-profit organizations throughout Weld County and the State of Colorado, thank you to all volunteers for what you do. We appreciate you.
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