Provides food assistance and resources to qualifying individuals in need of emergency food within the service area, in which the borders are 26th St on the South, 120th Avenue on the North, Sheridan Boulevard on the East, and Hwy 93 on the West
Our mission is to provide our neighbors with food and resources to foster self-sufficiency and achieve long term success through innovation, compassion and community support.
In 1981, a group of concerned community members began meeting to discuss the lack of emergency food programs in the Arvada area. Gathering input from churches, city government, the business community and service clubs as well as providers of other human services, they determined the need to start the Arvada Community Food Bank (ACFB). In 1982, ACFB began distributing food to those in need, an effort that is now in its 30th year and has changed its name to Community Table.
Residents between: 26th St on the South, 120th Avenue on the North, Sheridan Boulevard on the East, and Hwy 93 on the West
Limited, call for specific information
Walk in during service hours.
Photo ID and proof of address post-marked or issued within the last 30 days.