Community Cupboard of Woodland Park, Inc.

Some Kids Go Hungry Without Help from Food Pantry Startling Facts and Statistics - Did you know? Over 69% of all students attending Victor Cripple Creek Schools are on free/reduced meals; Over 32% in Woodland Park and 23% Ute Pass area; 38% in Park County! This thought keeps us up at night!

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"Today, I Made a Difference"


Food, Agriculture & Nutrition 


Adolescents/Youth (13-19 years)
General population
Poor, Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent


You know that feeling of an empty stomach? Maybe you didn't have time for breakfast, you had to attend a meeting that was booked at lunch, or you didn't have time to go grocery shopping and there is not enough food in the Cupboard to make a meal. The feeling of running on empty is too often a reality for so many in our community that do not always know where their next meal is coming from. Without adequate nutritious food, people, especially children don't have the energy to focus, learn, grow, and thrive. We need to make sure that no child, adult, or senior ever runs on empty. Through-out the fall and winter months join us in our "Fighting Hunger" network of food banks across this state and raise YOUR voice around the issue of hunger during our feed the hungry campaign monthly channel.

The easiest way to get involved is to take your favorite social media and post a plate selfie! Post yourself holding an empty plate saying "Today, I made a difference" share it, post it, and tag your local food pantry - and help raise awareness for our neighbors struggling with hunger.


Evidence of Program's Success

During the months of November and December we anticipate providing more than 22,000 pounds of food for families and individuals in need as well as 5 toy drives where parents can shop for the special "something" for underneath the tree. You can put that smile on a child's face and twinkle in their eye when they see the toy underneath the tree on December 25th.

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