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Hunger P.O.D. Squad: Make A Difference Today!

Members of the Hunger P.O.D. Squad are individuals committed to learning more about the issue of hunger, spreading the word about the issue, and doing what they can to help solve hunger in Colorado. In May, members who committed to learning more gathered at Hunger Free Colorado for their first quarterly learning session.  At this […]

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Offering help and hope… My day working the Hunger Free Hotline

“I’m a disabled senior about to lose my job and I have my 17-year-old teenage grandson living with me,” said one caller. “We literally have no food, and I saw that you may be able to help us.” Another shared, “I work full-time, but my small income makes it hard for me to take care […]

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Why I’m so happy these ladies are MAD

Earlier this month I had the great pleasure of meeting a lot of MAD women. The M.A.D. (Making a Difference) ladies are a group that puts an engaged philanthropic spin on “book club.”  They research issues in the community, identify non-profits that are working on the issues, do their due diligence on the organizations and […]

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Help us win a grant—the Walmart Associate Choice Program of Colorado

Hunger Free Colorado is one of three non-profit organizations selected for the Walmart Associate Choice Program of Colorado — a statewide voting contest through Monday, Aug. 6, for associates of Walmart and Sam’s Club — where the first-place charity will receive a $50,000 grant. The Walmart Foundation sponsors the annual Associate Choice Program in all […]

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