March 18th - 20th - Aspen Family Connections Community Food Drive - Aspen Real Life
Aspen Family Connections Community Food Drive

March 18th – 20th – Aspen Family Connections Community Food Drive

Aspen Family Connections is organizing a community food drive on Wednesday, March 18th from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Aspen Middle School.

Non-perishable food items ONLY will be accepted from the public at the Aspen Middle School on Wednesday 3/18/20 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Aspen Family Connections and our partners will ensure that food donated to us will be distributed to those families most in need in our community. 

Instructions for Drop Off

Follow the outer ring at the middle school parking lot – food will be collected under the overhang entrance. Please spend as little time as possible out of your car and maintain 6 ft social distance from anyone you see. Please bring your food to the the tables, and set your donation on the tables provided; Perishable, prepared, hot, or opened food will not be accepted.


If you think you or members of your household have any type of symptoms related to the COVID-19 illness or any concern about contact, do not drop food off at the middle school. 


All donated food will be handled with gloves and will be sanitized prior to distribution.
For larger donations or questions call Katherine Sand at 970-205-7025.


We welcome donations of small denominations ($20-50 City Market and Visa gift cards) to support families with specific needs (diapers, formula).  Please place them in the provided receptacle.


Stay tuned for more opportunities to donate food. We appreciate your support in this effort. 


Sincerely,
The Aspen Family Connections Team 

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