Colorado Food Cluster Supports Growing Minds with FREE Food Deliveries

September 26, 2021

Do you have students, 18 and under, living at your house? You can sign up for free food delivery.

Colorado Food Cluster supports growing minds by delivering FREE healthy food to Denver Metro and Northern Colorado students aged 3 to 18 years old. Proof of income is not required but you must provide basic information about you and your student during the quick and easy sign up process.

Each box is delivered right to your porch once per week, and contains seven breakfasts, seven lunches, and fourteen snacks for each student, along with milk and orange juice. 

Colorado Food Cluster currently delivers within 20 miles of the Metro Denver, Fort Lupton, and Greeley (Boulder area coming soon!). The program is growing rapidly, so be sure to check back if your area is not included at this time.

Deliveries can be canceled or reduced at any time by contacting the customer support line or submitting a request through the Colorado Food Cluster website.


Colorado Food Cluster is a coalition project made possible through philanthropy, community partners, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) through Food and Nutrition Services within the USDA.

The Colorado Food Cluster is supported by four core organizations:

  • Denver Food Rescue (Fiscal Sponsor)
  • Bondadosa (Technology and Delivery Partner)
  • Revolution Foods (Food Preparation Partner)
  • The P.E.A.C.E Collective (School and Community Partners)