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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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  • We need YOU at the Hunger Relief Center

    Metro CareRing is actively recruiting new volunteers in anticipation of the Hunger Relief Center opening soon. We need people who may have expertise/interest in the following: stocking shelves, gardening/garden education, facilitating cooking classes, reclamation of produce, nutrition education, children’s education center facilitation, custodial work, event planning, market attendants, intake and more. Fill out the volunteer application and learn more here

  • Come discuss food deserts at Catalyst - Feb. 7!

    Join Metro CareRing and State Rep. Crisanta Duran for a Catalyst town-hall meeting on Feb. 7 to discuss how to address food deserts in the Denver area. Metro CareRing will host a panel of experts involved in the issue, with specific attention paid to incentivizing fresh-food retail in food deserts.

    The Details:
    What: Catalyst Town Hall Meeting
    Topic: Food Deserts
    When: Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015
    Where: Jake's Food and Spirits, 3800 Walnut St., Denver
    Time: 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

    Learn more here


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