No Denver Family Should Go Hungry

Bienvenidos Food Bank provides food for individuals and families in a safe and welcoming place.

Please bring an ID (Passports are accepted). If you currently do not have an ID or are unhoused, you may be served by providing a phone number or email address.

Please bring your own bags, boxes or cart.

Most needed donations: Canned Progresso or Chunky Soups, snack/granola type bars

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Kenny, 57, has lived in Northwest Denver his entire life. An estimator for the State of Colorado, Kenny picks up food for his 91-year-old mother ...
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Serpil, 79, came to Bienvenidos after her monthly food stamps payment dropped to $23. When she came to the food bank, she says she had ...
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Mary Grace

For Mary Grace, the Bienvenidos Grocery Delivery Program has been a lifeline – especially during the peak of COVID. “Bienvenidos brings me everything I need,” ...
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Gloria Ortiz has worked hard all her life. Born in Zacatecus, Mexico, Gloria emigrated to the United States as a pre-teen, joining her mother and ...
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Andrea wanted a different life for her daughter, 4-year-old Ananiah-Michelle. Andrea, 35, grew up in a family where her parents were addicts. She ran away ...
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Katie & Evangelina

“It’s a blessing we can food for our family in these hard times.” Quote from Katie
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Misha’s rent went up 14% two months ago. Although she works as a secretary, she finds it’s hard to make ends meet. “I don’t always ...
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Ryan, an electrical line worker, finds he can’t make it working 40 hours a week earning minimum wage. Bienvenidos helps. “The price of gas and ...
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Josephina doesn’t have a car. She’s grateful Bienvenidos brings food to Quigg Newton Homes in Denver, where she lives with her granddaughter Mila, 5. “Food ...
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Michael calls himself a soldier and a survivor. A resident of Del Norte Veterans Apartments in Denver, Michael, 50, says he was in the U.S. ...
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Carmen, 58, knows what it’s like to be hungry and alone. A native of Rota, Spain, Carmen was orphaned at a young age and never learned ...
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Angel, 40, works full-time as a Denver restaurant server to support her five children. She had more than $600 monthly in SNAP benefits to support her ...
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Food Bank Location

Our Food Bank is located at:

3810 Pecos Street Denver, CO 80211

We are open the 1st, 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month 10:00 am to 12:00 pm & 3:30 to 5:30 pm.