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Watch video Metro CareRing's former building coming down to make room for the new Hunger Relief Center!

Metro CareRing's former building at 18th Ave. and Downing was demolished June 9 to open up space for the new Hunger Relief Center. The Hunger Relief Center will be a 16,000-square-foot facility that will allow Metro CareRing to triple its capacity to offer healthy-foods access, healthy living/nutrition education, and self-sufficiency programming!

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Much more than just a food bank or pantry...

Metro CareRing offers a holistic approach to hunger relief.

Operating Denver’s largest hunger-relief program serving families, Metro CareRing’s diverse approach to fighting hunger includes a fully stocked fresh-foods shopping market, healthy living and nutrition education, and tools and resources for self-sufficiency. We are passionate about providing nutritious food to those who face economic hardships and helping them become self-reliant.

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  • Feed the Hungry with the Loaves and Fishes Food Drive!

    "For now I ask no more than the justice of eating." - Pablo Neruda

    Sunday, August 3rd, marks the 24th annual Loaves and Fishes food and funds drive. Consider participating in this year's drive by getting your school, business/employer, faith community or neighborhood association to fight local hunger.

    Currently, Metro CareRing’s top three food items needed are:
    1. Low-sugar breakfast cereal
    2. Canned peaches in a light syrup
    3. Low-sodium canned black or pinto beans

    For those who wish to donate without the heavy lifting on August 3rd, please consider contributing to Metro CareRing a donation of $101.30, the thrifty at-home cost to feed a child for one month (USDA). Donations can be made here.

    For more information, please contact Ryan Galanaugh at (303) 350-FOOD or by email here.

  • Metro CareRing Continues Setting the Foundation for Hunger Relief!

    Demolition and clean-up work has finished at the site of Metro CareRing's former building, and construction on the new Hunger Relief Center has begun! The pouring of the foundation for the new facility began on July 11 and continues through this week! Check out demolition and construction photos here!

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