Giving is at the heart of all we do. Too often, we don’t think about just how much the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the people around us, particularly if we have been able to keep our incomes fairly steady as we work from home.
In order to leave a positive and lasting impact, we all have to do our part to care for our community, and here at Food Bank of the Rockies, our team is ready to do just that. Throughout the years, we’ve seen how important it
As the pandemic swept through the country, many people within our community lost their jobs, saw their work hours reduced, and struggled to pay their bills as well as keep food on the table. At the same time, we’ve also had to scale up while
Food Bank of the Rockies is excited to debut its new mission statement, values, logo, and brand – a significant change for the 42-year-old organization. Read below for a Q&A with CEO & President, Erin Pulling, on the significance of this leap in the organization’s
Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Food Bank of the Rockies is redoubling our efforts to meet the increased need for food assistance in our communities. In 2020, we distributed over 100 million pounds of food which was a first in our 42-year history.
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COVID-19 Pandemic: One Year Later
Q&A With Our CEO, Erin Pulling
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