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Mobile pantry offers free groceries at Disaster Assistance Center on Saturday

The pantry is open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
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Community Food Share Volunteers load free groceries into cars.

Those impacted by the Marshall fire can find an abundance of resources at the Disaster Assistance Center in Lafayette, including free groceries. 

On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., anyone in need of groceries, including folks not directly impacted by the fire, can stop by the Community Food Share mobile pantry. 

Community Food share fights hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties serving over 40,000 families, according to its website.

The food offered at the mobile pantry on Saturday is completely free and includes "fresh, high-quality proteins, dairy products, fresh produce, and non-perishable items," states Julia McGee, director of communications in an email. 

Volunteers and staff at the event are willing to load food into the trunk of your car and suggest patrons come with a clean and empty truck. The pantry will also serve those who attend on foot or by bicycle. 

The pantry will be located in the Clinica Family Health's parking lot at 1735 S. Public Rd. in Lafayette. 

Those who are unable to attend the event can still receive free groceries by calling 303-652-3663 or visiting communityfoodshare.org/get-food.  

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