Food and Clothing Resources - Arapahoe County
For information or referrals to food banks, learn about public aid such as WIC - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, or programs such as soup kitchens, call 303.371.9250.
Restoration Christian Fellowship Church - Food Bank of the Rockies
303-371-9250 | 15640 E 6th Ave, Aurora, CO, 80011
720-325-3216 | 13101 E Mississippi Ave, BLDG C 1020, Aurora, 80112
Provides baby items; diapers, wipes, baby formula and clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T.
Centennial Church of Christ
303-741-0265 | 6495 S Colorado BLVD, Centennial, 80121
Food and Clothing bank based on availability. Call to get hours of food and clothing bank.
Catholic Charities Little Flower Center
303-360-9686 | 11149 E 14TH Ave, Aurora, 80010 http://www.ccdenver.org
Walk in for food bank, clothing, employment and financial counseling, and referral help for people and families in need or emergency situations in the Aurora area. No appointment necessary. Picture ID for all adult members of household, proof of address, verification of household members such as birth certificate or school record.
Aurora Interfaith Community Services
303-360-0260 | 1553 Clinton ST, Aurora, 80010
Clothing, Food, Utilities (limited funding) School Supplies, Transportation (bus tickets based on income eligibility). Must be an Aurora resident, unless homeless, and ID's required for all being served. No walk-in services. Call for an appointment.
Aurora Warms the Night
303-361-6905 | 1544 Elmira ST, Aurora, 80010
Aurora Warms the Night (AWTN) shelters those experiencing homelessness in the winter when temperatures reach 20 degrees or colder. Year-round services include meals, warm clothing, hygiene items, transportation to shelter, laundry vouchers, bus passes, partner agency referrals, and advocacy. First come first serve.
Integrated Family Community Services
303-789-0501 | 3370 S Irving ST, Englewood, 80110
Food, Clothing, Rent Assistance (when available), Utility Bill Payment Assistance (when available), Recreation Passes (to current card holders) and Holiday Programming. Families and individuals living in Western Arapahoe and Northern Douglas counties welcome. Open Monday-Friday. Visit our website for program specifics. Call or email IFCS@IFCS.org to connect with a Case Manager.
Friends of Man
303-798-2342 | http://www.friendsofman.org
Food, clothing, medicine, eyeglasses, medical equipment, daycare assistance, hearing aids for children, families, the elderly, the disabled, and those who fall through the safety net of available assistance. An application must be filled out by an agency on behalf of the applicant. Applications directly from applicants or from vendors will not be accepted. Any professional can submit an application on behalf of a child who may need clothing, eyeglasses, medication, or another item of genuine need.
2nd Tymz A Charm Consignment Store
Low income families and single parents can shop for furniture, free Christmas or birthday toys, clothes, and household supplies.
Comitis Crisis Center
720-859-7100| 2178 Victor St, Aurora, Colorado 80045
Providers Resource Clearinghouse
(303) 962-227014500 E. 33rd Place, Aurora Colorado 80011
This is the Arapahoe County free food bank. There will be gently used items for an office or home. This can include dressers, free beds for children, kitchen tables, small appliances, electronics, books, TVs or computers and so much more.
The Salvation Army
(303) 364-1965 | 802 Quari Ct, Aurora, Colorado 80011
A thrift store is on site. There are also Christmas and school supply drives help that give toys, notebooks, uniforms and more. Case management, shelter, and food is also offered among other services. Various seasonal giveaways take place (school items, books, birthday toys, etc.). A low cost thrift store sells furniture and toys too.
Colfax Community Network
303-360-9175 | 1585 Kingston St, Aurora, CO, 80010
Low income programs are offered, including financial aid. There are also free diapers, hygiene products, clothes for work, winter coats, and referrals as well. A free clothing closet is on site.
Friend of St Andrew Hospitality Center
(303) 364-2329 | 1525 Dallas St, Aurora, Colorado 80010
Free clothes, work items, suits for job seekers, and more is available.
Smoky Hill Vineyard
(303) 690-2520 | 20050 E. Smoky Hill Rd., Centennial, CO, 80015
Provides a food pantry for anyone in need in the community.
Aurora Alliance Church
(303) 751-6971 | 15600 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO, 80017
Can provide food up to 3 times per year.
Grace Point Community Church
(303) 798-6387 | 90 E Orchard Rd, Littleton, CO, 80121
Local food pantry that focuses on people in the Metro area. May have holiday meals and gifts clothing, provide hot meals, food for children, and other aid.
Covenant Cupboard - Presbyterian Church of the Covenant
(303) 779-5400 | 5400 S Yosemite St., Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111
Dial the church for information on free hot meals, shelter, and food programs. They can refer individuals to clothing closets too.