We're delighted to participate in this panel discussion on corporate engagement strategies and best practices, hosted by DOVIA Colorado. You'll hear from our very own Director of Strategic Partnerships (and corporate social responsibility extraordinaire), Susan Finesilver. Join us in Broomfield on March 7th!
This Valentine's Day, give a gift that gives back. For less than the cost of a box of chocolates, you can feed a neighbor for an entire month. Plus, we'll send your special someone an e-valentine!
It's nearly impossible to pass on the opportunity to share a beard net photo 🤣 Thanks for your help, DevelopIntelligence!
Proud to add another excellent initiative to our ongoing partnership with Emergency Family Assistance Association - EFAA, Bridge House's Ready-to-Work program, and local farms: bringing healthy, ready-to-eat meals, nutrition education, and even more produce to clients at EFAA's pantry. A win-win-win!
Can a vegetable be “adorable”? When it comes to this baby bok choy, the answer is YES. They’re going home today with our Feeding Families pantry visitors. Never heard of bok choy? It’s a Chinese variety of cabbage. And it’s a delicious way to add some Asian flair to your meals. Like with this Garlicky Bok Choy recipe from Bon Appétit Magazine: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/garlicky-bok-choy
Have you hugged a tree lately? Maybe your protein doesn't come from edible insects, but there's no doubt that forests play a vital role in your diet...and our ability to end hunger.
While you provide safe, year-round shelter to our neighbors, we are proud to help you fill their plates. Keep up the great work, Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. We're honored to partner with you.
The Shelter kitchen is awash with color (and great nutrition) today, and has been so every Wednesday for a while, because of the generosity of Community Food Sh...are and FreshPoint Denver. Thank you, thank you.
What a difference this fresh produce makes to the quality of the meals we are able to serve our residents!
"New research suggests food deserts might not be the culprit—or at least not the only one—for the high prevalence of obesity in certain areas. Instead, food swamps might be to blame."