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Bowl of ginger root being displayed at an ourdoor event.

April Partner Newsletter

  Dear Hunger Relief Partners, My name is Max Chavez, and I am one of the culturally responsive representatives at Food Bank of the Rockies. My role focuses on understanding the cultural diversity of our service area, including our neighbors served and the partner organizations

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April 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter  

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we want to express our profound gratitude for the dedicated individuals who power the mission of Food Bank of the Rockies Western Slope. Behind the scenes, our volunteers play a pivotal role in ensuring the

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Neighbors at Clayton Cares Market, a Hunger Relief Partner of Food Bank of the Rockies.

March 2024 Partner Newsletter

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, I want to start off with introductions. I am Elizabeth, the Home Delivery Coordinator for Food Bank of the Rockies. I work closely with our Everyday Eats and Food for Health programs. Both programs help serve our neighbors that fall into

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Jackie Clinton holding a basket of produce

March 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter

Dear Western Slope Hunger Relief Partners, Have you heard of the five love languages? According to author Gary Chapman, many people express love through quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, or acts of service. For me, food encompasses all five. Whether I’m flipping

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a family volunteering together

Volunteering as a Family

For many people, the definition of “family” extends far beyond immutable factors like biology, genes, and history. Instead, family is defined through intentions and actions. Families grow beyond blood relations to include dear friends and cherished neighbors who seek to connect, serve, and uplift. Community

Read More »
Bowl of ginger root being displayed at an ourdoor event.

April Partner Newsletter

  Dear Hunger Relief Partners, My name is Max Chavez, and I am one of the culturally responsive representatives at Food Bank of the Rockies. My role focuses on understanding the cultural diversity of our service area, including our neighbors served and the partner organizations

Read More »

April 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter  

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we want to express our profound gratitude for the dedicated individuals who power the mission of Food Bank of the Rockies Western Slope. Behind the scenes, our volunteers play a pivotal role in ensuring the

Read More »
Neighbors at Clayton Cares Market, a Hunger Relief Partner of Food Bank of the Rockies.

March 2024 Partner Newsletter

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, I want to start off with introductions. I am Elizabeth, the Home Delivery Coordinator for Food Bank of the Rockies. I work closely with our Everyday Eats and Food for Health programs. Both programs help serve our neighbors that fall into

Read More »
Jackie Clinton holding a basket of produce

March 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter

Dear Western Slope Hunger Relief Partners, Have you heard of the five love languages? According to author Gary Chapman, many people express love through quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, or acts of service. For me, food encompasses all five. Whether I’m flipping

Read More »
a family volunteering together

Volunteering as a Family

For many people, the definition of “family” extends far beyond immutable factors like biology, genes, and history. Instead, family is defined through intentions and actions. Families grow beyond blood relations to include dear friends and cherished neighbors who seek to connect, serve, and uplift. Community

Read More »
Bowl of ginger root being displayed at an ourdoor event.

April Partner Newsletter

  Dear Hunger Relief Partners, My name is Max Chavez, and I am one of the culturally responsive representatives at Food Bank of the Rockies. My role focuses on understanding the cultural diversity of our service area, including our neighbors served and the partner organizations

Read More »

April 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter  

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we want to express our profound gratitude for the dedicated individuals who power the mission of Food Bank of the Rockies Western Slope. Behind the scenes, our volunteers play a pivotal role in ensuring the

Read More »
Neighbors at Clayton Cares Market, a Hunger Relief Partner of Food Bank of the Rockies.

March 2024 Partner Newsletter

Dear Hunger Relief Partners, I want to start off with introductions. I am Elizabeth, the Home Delivery Coordinator for Food Bank of the Rockies. I work closely with our Everyday Eats and Food for Health programs. Both programs help serve our neighbors that fall into

Read More »
Jackie Clinton holding a basket of produce

March 2024 Western Slope Partner Newsletter

Dear Western Slope Hunger Relief Partners, Have you heard of the five love languages? According to author Gary Chapman, many people express love through quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, or acts of service. For me, food encompasses all five. Whether I’m flipping

Read More »
a family volunteering together

Volunteering as a Family

For many people, the definition of “family” extends far beyond immutable factors like biology, genes, and history. Instead, family is defined through intentions and actions. Families grow beyond blood relations to include dear friends and cherished neighbors who seek to connect, serve, and uplift. Community

Read More »

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