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Drop off your food donations!

Please drop off donations at the Breckenridge Food Pantry on Mondays & Wednesdays before 1 pm.

  • Most REQUESTED items: Tuna, peanut butter and mac’n’cheese
  • Other needed items: Pasta, pasta sauce, beans, soup, canned corn, cereal and granola bars
  • Items must be unopened and not past their expiration date.

FIRC Food Pantries – we are providing a drive/walk-thru food pantry

In order to support people during the COVID-19 uncertainty, we are allowing households to visit the FIRC food pantry twice a month.

Breckenridge Food Pantry:

Days & Times: Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00 pm.

Address & Directions:  1745 Airport Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424; Back of the building of FIRC’s Summit Thrift & Treasure thrift store. Across the street from FIRC’s Breckenridge Office. Located 50 feet from the Airport Auto Repair Freeride Bus Stop on the Yellow Route.


Silverthorne Food Pantry:

Days & Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m. and 5:00-6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.          

Address & Directions: FIRC Office and Food Pantry 251 W. 4th Street, Silverthorne, CO 80498. Green building behind the Summit Stage Silverthorne Transfer Center.

Extended Food Pantry Hours: Please call to set up an appointment if you cannot visit during the normal hours. 970-262-3888.

COVID-19 Food Assistance


    If you or someone in your home is experiencing a cough, fever or shortness of breath please, stay home and call 970-668-2940 to have food or medications delivered to your doorstep. Contact your healthcare provider with concerns and call 911 only in the case of an emergency.

    Community Food – Drive Through & Delivery


    Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)

    NEW HOURS 12 –1 pm – 970-262-3888. Use our food pantry once a week and use the other food pantries weekly.

    • Breckenridge 1745 Airport Road back of the building: Monday and  Wednesday 12 – 1 pm
    • Silverthorne 251 W. 4th Street: Tuesday and Thursdays 12 – 1 pm and 5-6 p.m. on Tuesdays
    • Father Dyer: 10am-12pm, Tues/Thurs (Charging Station available)
    • Dillon Community Church: 4:30-5:30 Mon/Weds or Friday 1:30-2:30
    • Smart Bellies/Summit School District: food for students provided Monday-Friday
      • High School, Dillon Valley Elementary, and Swan Meadow Village Park in Summit Cove: 11-1pm
      • Soccer Fields in Silverthorne 5th Ave 12:15-1pm
      • Upper Blue Elementary: 12:15-1pm
      • Silverthorne Library 11-11:45am
      • Frisco Elementary: 11-11:45am

    Email or call 970-368-2848 if you need home delivery Summit Community and Senior Center call 970-668-2940 for:

    • –  Meals on Wheels
    • –  Delivery of medication, groceries and meals if you lack transportation or someone in your home is sick
    • Food Bank of the Rockies: Mobile food pantry at Frisco Bus Barn July 23 at 10 a.m.


    Community Meals & Day Services

    • Father Dyer: Sunday evening, prepackaged meals 6-7 pm and Charging Station for electronic devices
    • Elks Lodge Community Dinner by Rotary: Tuesday evening, prepackaged meals 5-7 pm
    • Agape Church: Meal to go, showers Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY call 970-453-1247 ext. 101
    • Lord of the Mountains: Meal to go, showers Wed, Friday 1-4 (call FIRC: 970-262-3888)

    Cash & Food Assistance

    • Food & Cash Assistance – SNAP – Human Services: 970-668-9160,, or Hunger Free: 855-855-4626
    • Food Assistance – WIC – Enrollment: call Public Health English 970-668-9199
    • Xcel Energy – FIRC provides assistance with utility bills. Many are eligible!

    Mental Health & Recovery

    • Building Hope:; English 970-389-1151 and Spanish 970-485-6271
    •  FIRC Mental Health Navigators: English or Español 970-262-3888
    •  Recovery Support, AA: Call Agape at 970-453-1247 or visit or

    Transportation for Critical Needs – Medical Appointment, Food, Essential Service Work

    • Call the Summit Stage at 970-668-0999 Mon – Sun, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. to schedule a trip. Make reservation 24 hours in advance; same day appointments may be available. Bus will run 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Social distancing rules apply.Make Sure You Count Complete the 2020 Census at:

Visiting the Food Pantry

Anyone who wants groceries is welcome to come to our Silverthorne or Breckenridge offices during food pantry hours. Please bring a bag to take your items with you.

Food Pantry Visitor Info

Food pantry visitors are asked to fill out a form with their basic information. Food pantry is available to anyone who lives or works in Summit County.


You are invited to the food pantry to shop once a month, for up to 35 items depending on your family size. We offer canned goods, fresh produce, dairy and meat.

More Support

If you have questions or want information about other free food assistance, please ask a food pantry employee, volunteer, front desk staff or call 970-262-3888!

SNAP Food Assistance

If you want to apply for SNAP (governmental food assistance) we can help! SNAP provides families and individuals money for groceries.Please setup an appointment with our Front Desk 970-268-3888 or inquire during your food pantry visit.