For more than four decades, Community Table has been helping struggling families by providing food, resources and assistance.
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Testimonials from our Volunteers
Founded in 1982 by concerned citizens, the Arvada Food Bank began distributing food to hungry families from a small house. Thanks to our volunteers and supporters, we’re now the Community Table, and we’ve grown in size and scope to be one of the largest emergency food assistance providers in the metro Denver area.
We now serve neighbors in need across the northern Denver metro area, including Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Westminster, Thornton, North Denver, Federal Heights and surrounding communities. Our dedicated staff and hundreds of volunteers work together to feed and provide support and resources for thousands of struggling families.
Food. Help. Hope.
Providing food is still our core mission, but our support for those in need now extends far beyond. In 2014, we added a “hand up” to our mission by adding assistance programs and resources struggling families need to lift themselves out of poverty—including emergency financial assistance for rent and utilities, public benefits application assistance, a client computer room and more. In 2019, we began hosting shower services for people experiencing homelessness, and we opened a FREE onsite health clinic. Most recently, we’ve added laundry and dental services and even cooking programs for those on a budget.
With your continued support, we know we can do even more to help our neighbors in need.
- We are compassionate in all our relationships.
- We honor and respect the dignity of our clients.
- We demonstrate integrity in all matters.
- We are efficient stewards of all resources.
- We value innovation for continual improvement.
- We provide exemplary service to the community.
Community Table prohibits its staff, board members, volunteers, contractors, agents and anyone involved with operation of the Food Bank and related activities from any form of discrimination against persons served by the organization, applicants, employees or any other individuals with regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, or political beliefs.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Leanne Cadman, CFRE
Chief Communication and Resource Officer
Manager of Food and Safety
Manager of Assistance Programs
Manager Communication and Resource Development
Community Engagement Coordinator
Volunteer and Food Programs Coordinator
Child Waiting Area Specialist
Good Work - Good Stewardship
We value total transparency and accountability. Please use the links below to review our most recent financial information, annual report and other documents of interest. Questions about our financial reports can be directed to Sandy Martin, CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org.