Getting Help

Any resident of the Peak-to-Peak Community who is in need can use the Nederland Food Pantry and/or the Nederland Clothing Closet.  Both the Pantry (Room 106) and the Closet (Room 101) are located in the West Wing of the Nederland Community Center.

Pantry Shopping Hours 

Tues, Thurs & Fri – 10 am – 3 pm

Sat – 10 am – 12 pm

The Clothing Closet is open during Pantry hours or by appointment.

On your first visit, we ask you to bring proof of your home address.  One or more of the current, following may be used:

  • Driver’s license or State identification card
  • Utility bill
  • Rental/lease agreement
  • Paystub with address

Should you not have one of these forms of identification contact the Food Pantry for additional information.  Periodically all clients may be asked for proof of residency.

After verification of residency, a volunteer will add you to our database.  Personal details are never shared, and this data is used in the aggregate to apply for funding and advocate for our clients.

The amount of non-perishable food for each client to take home is limited only by the size of the household.  Non-perishable food is supplemented by choices of proteins, bread, and fresh produce.  For those clients on medically restricted diets, we try to offer a small selection of non-perishable foods as well.

When resources permit, the pantry strives to provide a supplemental “Non-Resident Bag” to those spending time in our neighboring forest on a monthly basis.  Visitors are asked to provide a current picture ID and sign our Camper Registration log.

If Everyone Gives A Little – Everyone Can Thrive!

The Nederland Food Pantry:

• Relies on the generosity of our individual donors
• Seeks assistance from agencies, foundations and organizations
• Solicits donations from businesses

Where to Get Help!

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