Feeding Our Community also supports restaurants by allowing restaurant employees to continue to work during a time when the restaurant community has been hard hit.
In the first phase of the program, Moot House provided meals prepared by their staff. The program expanded to include meals from DC Oakes Brewhouse and Eatery, Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, RARE Italian Restaurant, CooperSmith’s Pub and Brewery, Rainbow Restaurant, and Little On Mountain. Bohemian Foundation is an initial funding partner, providing funds to purchase food, pay restaurant employee wages and cover delivery expenses. Meal delivery is provided by Odell Brewing Company, New Belgium Brewing Company and the Downtown Development Authority. Community partners, including CARE Housing, Housing Catalyst, Neighbor to Neighbor, DMA Plaza, The Matthews House, Crossroads Safehouse, Mi Voz Community Leaders, Genesis Project and GP Neighbors, CASA of Larimer County, and community leaders in the Cloverleaf, Timber Ridge, and Harmony Village mobile home communities volunteer their time and ensure meals are distributed to individuals in need.
Feeding Our Community is just one local food insecurity strategy. Thousands of local residents are supported during the COVID-19 pandemic through the great work of the Food Bank for Larimer County, Colorado Early Colleges, Foothills Unitarian Church, Family Medicine Food Pantry, Meals on Wheels for Fort Collins, Volunteers of America in Northern Colorado, Poudre School District, Serve 6.8, Vindeket Foods, Salvation Army, Mill City Church and many other individuals and organizations. To learn more about their efforts and how to access food through these partners, please visit the community resource hub managed by the United Way of Larimer County.
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