Last year, EFAA’s food bank provided over $1 million worth of food to families, seniors and people with disabilities. The EFAA food pantry relies on thousands of individual supporters and receives food from about 100 food drives annually from schools, businesses, service organizations and the faith community. Learn more about organizing your own Community Food Drive or creating a Third-Party event to benefit EFAA or how to Adopt a Shelf in our food pantry.
A Mobile Food Pantry is also available in Boulder.
EFAA takes pride in providing highly nutritious and diverse food items for our clients. Our food pantry is always in need of eggs and culturally diverse food items, like masa flour and tamale husks. Our most needed items include:
- Canned Chili
- Canned Tuna
- Frozen meat
- Baby food
- Large diapers
We accept packaged goods that are up to one year past expiration. Perishables food items should be in good condition with little to no bruising or damage. We also accept toiletries and household products, such as toilet paper, hair products, household cleaning products, laundry detergent, diapers and toothpaste.
For information on retail/wholesale donations or donations in large quantities, please contact Liz Rowland, Food Bank Manager, at 303.951.7667 or at Liz@nullefaa.org
FOOD BANK HOURS
Our main donation site is at the EFAA offices at 1575 Yarmouth Ave. in North Boulder. See below for other drop-off locations.
Monday – 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday – 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday – 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Thursday – 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday – 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – Closed
Note: These are DONATION DROP-OFF hours ONLY. To shop for food, please arrive by 4:00 pm Monday through Wednesday and Fridays, and before 6:00 pm on Thursdays.
ALTERNATIVE FOOD DROP OFF LOCATIONS
NEW: Look for an EFAA food donation bin at these locations to conveniently donate your packaged goods.
1. Play it Again Sports
653 S Broadway St.
Boulder, CO 80305
2. Twisted Pine Brewing Company
3201 Walnut St., Ste A
Boulder, CO 80301
EFAA receives a portion of its food through TEFAP.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.