Feeding Weld

Ending Hunger

We at the Vineyard want to see hunger end, not only in our own community but globally. To that end, we partner with organizations who are already dedicated to this cause.

In partnership with the Weld County Food Bank, we make a dent in hunger in our own community through our weekly drive up pantry.  We partner, not only financially, but also practically, though providing weekly food boxes and survival kits for UNC students at finals.

“To lead and engage our community in the fight against hunger” Weld Food Bank is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization which alleviates hunger and poverty by providing food and services to people in need. We are a private non-profit organization and are not a part of county government. We work to educate the public about the nature of hunger and poverty. We recognize the need for emergency and supplemental food programs and of other non-profit organizations that meet the critical needs of low-income families. When we provide our services we strive to do so with compassion and respect for the dignity of the people seeking food assistance. Last year we provided over 14.6 million pounds of food to the hungry in Weld County.

Every Thanksgiving we strive to help families in need by providing baskets full of all the Thanksgiving day necessities.

Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, non profit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children's feeding initiatives, community outreach and disaster response. In partnership with local church, business, civic organization, and government agencies, Convoy strategically offers help and hope to communities around the world.

During our Christmas Eve 2022 service, we took an offering to help eliminate school lunch debt remaining in our local schools. We were so please to raise over $1000 that will help families still carrying a balance on their school lunch accounts.

If you'd like to be a part of this ministry, you can give below. Be sure to choose, "Feeding Weld County" fund.