That’s actually a pretty crappy headline. Your food donations count for our neighbors all year round in Boulder County. That’s why you might want to grab some good and head to make a donation at Boulder County’s “Let’s Bag Hunger” food drive.
Going on now through the 26th at locations all around Boulder County, your donations can make the holiday season less sparse and more healthy for your neighbors that you’ve never met.
Donations can be dropped off at a wide variety of locations in and around Boulder County:
Sprouts Farmers Markets
Sprouts Farmers Market
They accept all non-perishable food items. However, if you’re wondering what kind of foodstuffs would make for the best donations, here’s a list of most needed items:
- Canned Tuna/Chicken
- Peanut Butter
- Canned Meals/Chili
- Cold & Hot Cereal
- Canned Vegetables
- Pasta Sauce
If you’re a canning enthusiast, please note that the food drive can’t accept home-canned items. The drive is also unable to accept unsealed bulk food items.
And for those who might be on the go (as the holiday season often makes us), you can make a small online donation that will stretch further than you or I could possibly imagine. A simple $1 donation gives a family in need three meals. You can get that done right here. And giving isn’t limited to the holidays. You can make today’s donation a recurring donation to spread the no-hunger love year-round.
If you needed one final reason to give, all donated food is tax deductible, valued at what you paid for it. Community Food Share is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and their tax ID# is 74-2227731.
See? Now you and your accountant are happy. I’m betting, however, your heart is the happiest of all. Happy sharing, Boulder.