Commodities Supplemental Food Program
Please read the information below to determine if this program is right for you.
Who Qualifies to Receive Food Boxes?
Seniors, age 60 and over may qualify if they meet the following income guidelines:
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Do you deliver CSFP boxes?
Yes, but only to seniors aged 60 or over who have medical problems which prevent them from picking up at our sites. Please contact us for more information.
What documentation do I need to bring to register for CSFP?
- Proof of Address (bill, rent receipt, car registration)
- Proof of Income (check stubs, employee letter, Social Security statement) *No Bank Statements
What kind of food will I receive in the CSFP box?
- Canned Meat
- Canned Vegetables
- Canned Fruit
- Pasta, Rice, or Potatoes
- 1% UHT Milk
- Dry Milk
- Beans or Peanut Butter
- Fruit Juice
Do I need an appointment?
No, you can just walk-in to one of the sites listed in our informational flyer. View our flyer for seniors. Please follow the days and hours listed.
If I do not qualify for CSFP, where can I get other food assistance?
You can still receive food at other pantries which serve emergency food. Find a pantry near you
If I have more questions, who can I contact?
Please contact the CSFP department or call 303.371.9250
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