Military families picked up food baskets at the Holiday Inn in the Colorado Springs on Saturday.
The Holiday Meals for Military program started in 2009 when a New York soldier, his wife, and baby didn't have enough money to cover their $12 in groceries.
Since then, the program... more »
DENVER (AP) - The federal government pays for needy children to eat breakfast and lunch at schools over the summer. Now adults at sites across Colorado are also being invited to join their children for a free meal.
An anonymous donor has given Hunger Free Colorado a grant to... more »
If you need help putting a bountiful Thanksgiving meal on your table this year, applications are already being accepted in Pueblo for food baskets from Tom & Louie's Cupboard.
The annual food drive served more than 500 families last year. Applications will be taken until Nov. 3. Call the... more »
The first Christmas they've spent in the Springs in awhile, dozens of Fort Carson soldiers served dinners at the Salvation Army to hundreds of people in need.
An all-volunteer group of soldiers from the 4th Infantry Divison prepared about 4500 dinners on post. They were delivered to six spots... more »
Many people spent thier holiday making sure local people in need got a warm Christmas dinner. The Salvation Army and US Army Fort Carson partnered again for The Salvation Army Community Holiday Dinners served from 10:30 – 3:00 pm at 6 locations.
1. The Salvation Army 908 Yuma Street... more »
This year there are plenty of places serving up a free Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
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The Salvation Army 908 Yuma St. Colorado Springs 10:30a.m. -3:00p.m.
Marian House 14 W. Bijou Colorado Springs 10:30a.m. -3:00p.m.
Salvation Army Canteen Truck 1205 Potter Dr.... more »