The Good Shepherd Food Bank serves clients in zip codes 80234 and 80260.
Food Bank hours are 10-11:45 am, Tuesday through Friday. The Food Bank is now located in the lower level of the main church building at 10785 Melody Drive. Please use the handicapped accessible ramp or stairs located on the south side of the building.
In order to be served, please bring a picture ID, proof of address (a current bill sent to you at that address), and verification of total household income. Each client family is eligible for food once a month. We are a choice Food Bank where you will be able to select from a number of available options in stock. You will receive a 4-5 day supply of food.
If you have further questions, please call the church office at 303-452-5478.
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