Once a Month Commodities for Seniors

Community Table partners with the Food Bank of the Rockies and the USDA Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)  to provide once a month food assistance to low income seniors. Effective FEBRUARY 1, 2020, changes will be made to the food package to provide participants with more food and more variety, and to better align with ChooseMyPlate.gov and current nutrition guidelines. (NOTE, THIS IS DATE CHANGE FROM EARLIER ANNOUNCEMENT OF NOVEMBER 1, 2019. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.)

In the enhanced monthly food package, some of the changes will include:
• Double the amount of vegetables
• More protein, including plant-based proteins such as canned and dry beans
• More options within each food category, such as brown rice and soup
• Smaller package sizes of rice, oatmeal, grits, dry beans, and non-fat dried milk that are more appropriate for small households and that allow participants to receive a greater variety of options in their food package each month

To see a side by side comparison of package enhancements, click CSFP Changes Side By Side Chart Feb 2020 here!

Food boxes are distributed the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.


To receive food through this program a client must live within the service area and bring in a picture ID and a piece of mail dated within the last 30 days.

Contact us today

8555 W 57th Ave
Arvada, CO 80002

Phone: 303-424-6685

Fax: 303-403-9911

You can help.

More than 800 individuals 65+ received services from Community Table in the last year – with many services made possible through our ability to purchase $2.50 in healthy, nutritious food for each $1 donated. In addition to the Senior Commodities partnership with the Food Bank of the Rockies, Community Table welcomes seniors to visit the Food Bank to obtain healthy and nutritious food at our Client Choice Food Pantry. In addition, Community Table Mobile Pantry program brings food to the residents of Arvada House once a month. $400 provides once a month, emergency food for an individual for a year.