About One of Denver's Largest Food-Assistance Programs
Metro CareRing operates one of Denver’s largest hunger-relief programs, including a fresh foods shopping market, teaching garden, and weekly healthy living and nutrition classes. Situated in the heart of Denver, Metro CareRing distributes between 4,000 to 6,000 pounds of food, baby items, and personal care products in helping to meet the nutritional and health needs of up to 500 people every day. Metro CareRing takes a progressive approach in developing self-sufficiency programs and offering opportunities for participants to learn about healthy habits and develop assets-based goals. Metro CareRing is also one of the area’s leading non-profits in the ID Partnership and helps with utilities assistance. Thanks to 170 volunteers weekly, Metro CareRing provided at total of 133,200 services last year to individuals and families in need.
The mission of Metro CareRing is to provide nutritious food to hungry families and individuals while promoting self-sufficiency.