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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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    By using AmazonSmile instead of Amazon.com, you can give Metro CareRing 0.5% of the normal purchase price on eligible items this fall when you're doing your online shopping.

    This donation comes from Amazon and does not affect the amount you pay for the item. To get started supporting Metro CareRing with your Amazon purchases, go to smile.amazon.com, sign in with your normal Amazon account, and select Metro CareRing as your AmazonSmile charity of choice.

    The majority of products available on Amazon.com are also available on AmazonSmile. Support Metro CareRing by shopping for the things you would normally purchase. Just remember to start your product search from smile.amazon.com!

  • Hunger Relief Center construction rolls on!

    The beams on the west side of the building are up, and significant progress has been made on the the elevator shaft and stairs for the new Hunger Relief Center at Metro CareRing. Drive by the corner of 18th Ave. and Downing St. or check out the Hunger Relief Center page here to follow the progress on this vital new building!

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