Community Partners

Weld Food Bank thanks the Community Partners listed here for their support of hunger relief.  The more you support their efforts, the closer we get to making Weld County a hunger-free zone.  Remember, $1 can distribute up to $10 worth of food to hungry people in our community.

Would your business like to partner with Weld Food Bank?  Contact Stephanie Gausch for more information.


Don't forget to bring your reusable shopping bags!  Natural Grocers  of Greeley will donate 5 cents to Weld Food Bank for every reusable shopping bag you use.  Help us support our supporters by shopping at Natural Grocers and don't forget to tell them you appreciate their support of WFB.  Thanks Natural Grocers! 




The company's Round-Up from the Heart® campaign is a team effort among our Cooking Show guests, our sales field of more than 60,000 Pampered Chef® Consultants, customers and our Home Office coworkers. The Pampered Chef® has contributed more than $16 million to the battle against hunger since 1991.

Cooking Show guests are encouraged to "round-up" their orders to the nearest dollar or more. Funds raised by the year-long campaign are donated to the 200 Feeding America® affiliated food banks across the United States, based on the zip code of the Cooking Show host. In turn, each food bank distributes food and groceries to hunger-relief agencies throughout the counties they serve, which reach every community in the United States.

In addition, a special product is introduced each year as an additional way to raise funds to support this cause. Customers can purchase the Round-Up from the Heart® 2010 Trivet — a decorative trivet that can protect counters and tabletops from hot food, be used as a decorative wall accent, or given as a thoughtful gift. For every trivet sold, The Pampered Chef® will contribute $2 to Feeding America®.



Thank you to the El Pomar Foundation's Empty Stocking Fund.  The Empty Stocking Fund works during the holiday season to provide additional fundraising resources to local nonprofit, human service agencies.  This year the El Pomar Foundation matched $1 for every $3 raised, and Weld Food Bank received over $13,500.  Thank you El Pomar Foundation and the Empty Stocking Fund for being such great community partners!





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