Family Safety Net
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Food Pantry
Seniors (age 60 and over) and Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) recipients: Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
All other clients: Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The pantry is closed on holidays, including most Jewish holidays, and the last Tuesday of every month.
The pantry is located at 3201 South Tamarac Drive, Denver 80231. From I-25, take the Hampden exit and go east to Tamarac Drive. Turn left (north) on Tamarac Drive. We are located on the corner of Tamarac Drive and Eastman, just north of Benihana Restaurant.
First-time clients must call 720.248.4716 to set up an appointment. In order to utilize the pantry, applicants are asked to provide documentation of income indicating that they earn less than 185% of the federal poverty level.
Pantry clients are asked to provide:
- Photo ID
- Proof of Income
- Proof of Address
The pantry provides a nutritionally balanced supply of shelf-stable food that is expected to last five to seven days.
- Fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products and breads are almost always available to supplement canned and packaged foods.
- Baby food, infant formula, and diapers are distributed when available.
- Toiletries and other Supplies of Daily Living (SDLs) are offered when available.
- The pantry serves as a site for food commodity distribution to seniors through collaboration with Food Bank of the Rockies and the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP).
The JFS Thanksgiving program, supported through the Dorinda Levy Thanksgiving Fund, provides eligible low-income families with all the ingredients for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Clients of the agency register for the program and receive a large box of Thanksgiving food including a turkey, potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, stuffing, gravy, pumpkin pie supplies, milk, and eggs. Volunteers pack the boxes of bounty and distribute to clients on the day before Thanksgiving each year.
Community Passover Program
JFS provides food needed for a complete Passover Seder to families in need in our community. Each Passover basket includes a kosher chicken and a full complement of kosher-for-Passover food items. The Community Passover Program is designed to help those families who would normally prepare a Seder for themselves, but currently don’t have the resources. From donated food to financial contributions to volunteers, community participation is essential for the success of this project.
Donations of nonperishable food items are needed for families and individuals facing hunger. Your continued support will help keep our shelves stocked with food for those in need. View our Top 10 Needed Items List.
Contact: 720.248.4716 for more information