A Christmas Cactus is a colorful addition to houseplant collections and is easy to care for. Find out more about this festive plant here: https://planttalk.colostate.edu/topics/houseplants/1336-christmas-cactus/
Make a difference this holiday season by picking up one of these Grab 'N Give bags at any area Sprouts Farmers Market store! Simply choose one from the front of the store, add it to your order, and they'll donate the contents to feed the hungry in our community. Easy as that! ❤️
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The weather in Colorado is often unpredictable, so we wanted to remind you where to find information about Food Bank closures and information. If you're ever wondering if our facilities and pantries are open, please visit our website at foodbanklarimer.org or our Facebook and Twitter pages. These will be updated immediately if there is a change in our schedule. Stay warm! foodbanklarimer.org
Do you like to give or receive poinsettias this time of year Poinsettias can retain their beauty for many weeks with the proper care. Check out these tips on selecting and caring for poinsettias: https://planttalk.colostate.edu/topics/houseplants/1325-poinsettia/
Tackling hunger is a critical first step in helping people in need here in Fort Collins achieve economic mobility. Shop at Whole Foods Market and donate to the Feed4More program, all proceeds benefit local food banks including ours through Feeding America. #Feed4More #Hunger
The Board of County Commissioners were brought up to date recently at a work session with an overview of progress on the three goals for the 2019 – 2023 Strategic Plan https://www.larimer.org/strategicplan.
THANK YOU to our community for showing up for the Food Bank and our clients once again. We are blown away by the support we received yesterday for #ColoradoGivesDay – we simply couldn't do what we do without you, so thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping us continue to fight hunger in our community.