The Senior Feeding Program serves seniors over 60 years of age. This program, which includes the USDA program Everyday Eats, ensures that seniors, who are some of the most vulnerable to hunger, get the basic nutrition necessary for good health. Recipients must be certified by our staff and once approved they can receive food every month. Seniors can either come to our warehouse to get the shelf stable commodity food items or we offer to deliver food directly to home-bound seniors. Along with the Everyday Eats food package, seniors also receive additional perishable products from our Extra Room. On a typical day, the room will contain fruits, vegetables, dairy, bakery goods and protein.
You can read more about Senior Hunger in America through a recent study done by Baylor University at https://onlinegrad.baylor.edu/resources/seniors-food-insecurity-hunger/.
nutritional Everyday Eats food packages were distributed through the Senior Feeding Program last year
For more information about the Senior Feeding Program, contact us at (970) 356-2199 x311. If you are interested in applying for this program, visit our resource page here.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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