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Information:

Food for Thought, Denver


Each Friday morning, volunteers gather under the
Colfax viaduct, across from the Roadrunner Athletic
Complex, and put together PowerSacks of food for
young Denver students, to be taken home Friday
and during the weekend fill in the void beyond free or
reduced-cost school meals during the week. The
project is the brainchild and passion of Denver
Realtor Bob Bell.    
 
 
In the 2018-19 school year, Food For Thought
distributed 1.6 million items and 828k pounds
of food as weekend sustenance to Denver
students.   
 

Food For Thought

PO Box 11813

Denver CO 80211 

 

Contact: Bob Bell, 720-201-9192  

 

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Bob Bell, left at thank-you barbecue for volunteers 

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