9Cares Colorado Shares Summer Food Drive donation sites

Many families in our community lack nutritious food over the summer. Children who are not in school cannot access the free breakfast and lunch programs. Help us by donating nonperishable food or cash.

KUSA - To help viewers who may not be able to come to the 9NEWS studio to make 9Cares Colorado Shares Summer Drive donations, additional drop off locations have been added to make it more convenient to help those in need.
 
There are lots of ways to donate to our 9Cares Colorado Shares Summer Drive.Find the locations here: http://bit.ly/1P17i33.
On Saturday, June 10 there are lots of  locations where you can donate nonperishable food and clothing.   
 
Firestone:
King Soopers
6110 Firestone Blvd.


Fort Collins:
King Soopers
1842 North College Ave.    

Greeley:
King Soopers
Market Place
6922 W. 10th St.

King Soopers
2712 11th Ave

King Soopers
Westlake Village
2100 35th Ave.

Longmont:
King Soopers
2255 Main St.

King Soopers
1611 Pace St. #100

King Soopers
995 S Hover St.

Loveland:
King Soopers
253 East 29th Street     

Parker:
Parker Task Force
20118 E. Main St.

King Soopers
12959 S. Parker Road

King Soopers
17031 Lincoln Avenue

Windsor:
King Soopers
1520 Main Street
 
Bringing Hope to the Table boxes can be picked up at Denver metro area King Soopers stores for $5 or $10 dollars.  All money comes to 9Cares Colorado Shares. 
 
What kinds of food are needed?
 
Any non-perishable food is appreciated; however, food banks prefer foods high in protein. Those include peanut butter, tuna fish and dry beans. They always need soups and stews, macaroni and cheese, hot cereals, oatmeal, canned fruit and vegetables and baby formula with iron.
 
Food banks also need toiletry items such as diapers, shampoo, condition, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes.
 
What kinds of clothing and household goods are accepted?
 
ARC Thrift stores accepts all clothing. Household items, including books, toys, sports equipment home electronics, linens or collectibles are also accepted. The sale of donated goods funds ARC’s mission programs which serve people with mental and physical disabilities.  In return, ARC Thrift stores provide clothing vouchers for area clothing banks to allow those in need to shop at ARC Thrift stores.  
  
 
 
 

 

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