6:30 – 10:30a

20050 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Centennial, CO 80015

Nearly 1 in 8 Coloradans (12.1%) struggle with hunger, not always having enough money to buy food. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Household Food Secu rity in the United States in 2015, September 2016; Food Research and Action Center, How Hungry is America? National, State, and Local Index of Food Hardship, June 2016)

Nearly 1 in 9 Coloradans (11.5%) struggle financially, living below the federal poverty line. This includes more than 1 in 7 kids (14.7%). (U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey: Poverty, September 2016)

Nearly 1 in 5 Colorado kids (19%) may not always know when or where they will get their next meal. 
(Colorado Children’s Campaign, 2016 KIDS COUNT in Colorado!, March 2016)

More than 1 in 7 Colorado seniors (13.74%) struggle with having enough food, sometimes forced to make choices between purchasing groceries or needed medication. 
(James Ziliak and Craig Gunderson, The State of Senior Hunger in America 2014: An Annual Report, Prepared for the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger, June 2016)

Nearly 1 in 6 Colorado households with children (16%) report food hardship, an inability to afford adequate food. 
(Food Research and Action Center, Food Hardship in America: Households With Children Especially Hit Hard, September 2016)

Among all Colorado children, those under the age of 6 are most likely to be in poverty. They also are the most at risk of living in homes without enough food. 
(Colorado Children’s Campaign, 2014 KIDS COUNT Colorado!, March 2014; Colorado Children’s Campaign, 2011 KIDS COUNT Colorado!, 2011)


For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in…

Matthew 25:35