Give Back Partner

Naturally Boulder’s Community
Supports Metro Caring

YOU can participate by contributing time, food, or money

Naturally Boulder helps entrepreneurs improve and grow their companies.  But this thriving community is about more than achieving business success.  We are about creating a healthier, more conscious world.  In pursuit of our vision, we are proud to support the work of Metro Caring.

Hunger Facts

  • 1 in 5 children in Colorado do not know where they will get their next meal
  • 1 in 4 working families in Colorado do not have enough food
  • 1 in 7 Colorado seniors struggle with hunger
  • Among all Colorado children, those under the age of 6 are the most likely to be in poverty

As Denver’s frontline hunger-prevention organization, Metro Caring meets people’s immediate need for food while also sustainably addressing the root causes of hunger and poverty. Using a multifaceted approach, Metro Caring is innovative in how they solve problems related to hunger, with programming offered in Healthy Foods Access, Nutrition Education, and Self-Sufficiency.

Over the next several months, Naturally Boulder is organizing numerous service project events at Metro Caring’s facility in Denver, as well as facilitating food and monetary donations to this amazing organization. NB also has a fun fundraising event in the works… more details on all this coming soon!

To Contribute Time
Email peter@naturallyboulder.ORG to sign up for a volunteer service project or learn more.

To Contribute Product
Contact Metro Caring here.

To Contribute Money
You may donate directly to Metro Caring here.  In the Special Instructions box, please enter “Naturally Boulder.”

“Metro Caring is smartly tackling food insecurity by mitigating its root cause, poverty. With their focus on providing healthy food and auxiliary services such as financial guidance and job training, this visionary organization is a vital member of our Colorado good food community. It was an honor to support Metro Caring by volunteering with Naturally Boulder.”
– Jenna Blumenfeld, Senior Food Editor, New Hope Network