One Can Feed is a campaign of Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving individuals and families who are food insecure or hungry since 1964.
Each day, families and individuals make tough choices between food and other necessities. Every dollar you give to One Can Feed allows IFCS to provide more to our neighbors in need.
Faces of IFCS
Meet some of the 3,200 served monthly. Click on the image to read their stories.
Deb was a Light Rail Operator and assumed she’d be working until she was 80. Until an injury sidelined her. 5 surgeries on her shoulder and collarbone later, she’s on SSDI. She had side hustles doing errands for the elderly to cover her grocery bill until COVID-19 hit and she couldn’t visit her clients to …
At the beginning of 2020, everything was normal. Crystal was working at an Amazon warehouse full time, with her boyfriend and their 2 children. 2 boys, ages 1 and 2. Then, everything fell apart. In February her and her boyfriend split up for good. Crystal moved out on her own with her two boys, making …
Cindy (pictured, right) was living in Texas working in a Senior Center as a caregiver. When she was laid off last month, she packed up her car and drove to Arvada to move in with her sister, Mona. Mona suffers from strokes and is on Disability. They two of them stick together and try to …
Crystal E. is a Native American married woman of 2 including her 6 month old son. They had been off food stamps for 3 years, making ends meet then COVID hit. They had to go back on TANF and Food Stamps as their income was completely unpredictable as her husband is a roofer. Recently, Crystal got …
Growing up, Taylen remembers his family would sponsor 2-3 families for IFCS’ Holiday Program. Coming here for help during the COVID-19 crisis, is “amazing that it’s come full circle.” Taylen is home-schooling 2nd grader, Jude. While his girlfriend, Natalie, is working at her essential warehouse position, Taylen has taken on the home care role while …
Mark is a single father of four, now a proud grandfather of two. He has worked with Broadway Assistance Center in the past. He loves what we do at IFCS. Mark says we “go out of our way” to help people with backpacks and holidays. “Food is for everybody.” Coming to IFCS “doesn’t feel like …
One Can Donate
Join the Virtual Food Drive!
An easy way to help right from any of your devices, virtual food drive gifts maximize each dollar you provide. Save the hassle of shopping for and transporting your donation.
Your dollars help IFCS purchase the most efficient food and reach the most people who are food insecure.
Click on the image below for an amusing and insightful commentary on food donations and the best way to support this campaign!
One Can Alleviate Hunger
One Can, Two Can, Who Can, You Can!
One Can Host
While our preference is your monetary donation to our virtual food drive, we also welcome food and personal hygiene/paper product donations. Consider hosting a food or personal hygiene/paper product drive through your neighborhood, company, school, service organization or group. Yes, You Can!
Contact us. We can assist you in finding the best way to support this cause.
Click here for information about Hosting a Food (or Toiletry) Drive.
For More Than 57 Years
We’ve been providing food to our neighbors in need.
Our Free Food Market supplies individuals and families directly with weeks worth of groceries, toiletries and personal hygiene products. We strive to provide shelf-stable food items along with fresh products, dairy products, frozen meals and fresh breads.
200,200 Meals Goal in 2021
“Helping just makes my heart smile. It takes me to another place. Wow, I’m actually doing something for someone else and making their life happy too. It’s amazing, I love it!” – Emily D.
“Our goal is to make an immediate difference in the lives of others. Giving has awakened us to the opportunities to serve the community and help address the needs around us.” – Anne and Bob G.
We can assist you in finding the best way to support this cause.