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Mesa County

Population: 157,335
Source: 2021 U.S. Census

Hunger Relief by the Numbers

62

TOTAL HUNGER RELIEF PARTNERS

7

MOBILE PANTRIES

8

EVERGREEN BOX™ PARTNERS
A Program of Everyday Eats

7

FOOD FOR KIDS PARTNERS

The Need

Percentage of People Living Below the Poverty Line (2021)

9.7%

Percentage of Households Receiving SNAP Benefits (2021)

9.6%

Pounds of Food Distributed

IN MESA COUNTY LAST YEAR

3,995,246

Total Pounds of Food Distributed
This is equivalent to

3,329,372 meals

Food Distributions

IN MESA COUNTY

The map below highlights sites where food is regularly distributed to the community. It is not representative of the total number of Hunger Relief Partners in the county

Showing 1 - 5 of 32 locations

Canyon West Worship Center ()

Eligibility

Clients can visit once a month

TEFAP food is available for income-eligible households and to households that participate in select public assistance programs. No proof of income is required. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Phone

970-858-9995

Hours

Second Saturday of each month from 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

Canyon View Vineyard ()

Eligibility

TEFAP food is available for income-eligible households and to households that participate in select public assistance programs. No proof of income is required. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Phone

970.242.7970 x110

Hours

2nd & 4th Wednesday, 3:00-5:00; 1st, 2nd, & 4th Sunday, 11:00-1:00

Church of the Nazarene ()

Eligibility

TEFAP food is available for income-eligible households and to households that participate in select public assistance programs. Please bring a photo ID to sign up. No proof of income required.

Phone

970-985-4360

Hours

Call for hours

Notes

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Clifton Assembly of God ()

Phone

970-434-6907

Hours

Monday 8:30-12:00 and Wednesday 8:30-12:00

Frontline Ministries of Grand Junction ()

Phone

970-523-1451

Hours

Please call ahead

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Data Sources

County population, poverty line data, and SNAP data sourced from the U.S. Census (2021 data).
https://data.census.gov/.