(970) 262-3888

Silverthorne & Breckenridge

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday - Thursday



Food & Thrift

The high cost of living makes Summit County a difficult place to raise a family. By providing options for healthy and nutritious food and affordable clothing, we help families stretch their budgets.

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Free Food Market

Our food markets are available for everyone in our community. We provide safe and friendly drive or walk-through services. By utilizing the markets, families can save up to $400 a month and then apply those savings to health care or housing costs. Our markets offer fresh produce, eggs, dairy, and meat from local producers in addition to non-perishable foods. 

Breckenridge Free Food Market

Address & Directions:  1745 Airport Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424

Across the street from FIRC’s Breckenridge Administrative Office. Back of the building of FIRC’s Summit Thrift & Treasure thrift store. Located 50 feet from the Airport Auto Repair Freeride Bus Stop on the Yellow Route.


Monday 12:00 – 6:00 PM 

Wednesday 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Silverthorne Free Food Market

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


Tuesday 12:00 – 6:00 PM

Thursday 12:00 – 1:00 PM*

*Please note, the Silverthorne market combines with the Food Bank of the Rockies mobile pantry – the 4th Thursday of the month (June 24, July 22, August 26) at 10 AM.

Food Bank of the Rockies Mobile Food Pantry

LOCATION: Silverthorne FIRC, 251 W. 4th Street, Silverthorne, CO 80498. In partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies.


4th Thursday of the month, 10 AM (June 24, July 22, August 26). Please note, the Silverthorne market combines with the Food Bank of the Rockies site on these dates. 

Food Donations

We welcome donations of non-perishable food during select hours/days of the week because of limited staff at our locations. We also appreciate reusable grocery bags and egg cartons in good condition. We can also accept unopened diapers and baby wipes.

  • Breckenridge (1745 Airport Road): Mondays & Wednesdays from 10 AM – 1:30 PM
  • Silverthorne (251 W. 4th Street): Tuesdays & Thursdays 10 AM – 1:30 PM


Most requested items: cereal, pasta, canned tomatoes, peanut butter and mac’n’cheese

Other needed items: baking items (flour, cake mixes, oil), dry tortillas, dry beans, rice premade meals (like Hamburger Helper), salt & pepper

Items must be unopened and not past their expiration dates. Thank you! 

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Thrift & Treasure

Address: 340 Fielder Ave., Dillon, CO 80435 

Phone: 970-262-3888

Days/Times: Closed. Not accepting donations at this time.

Dillon Thrift and Treasure is temporarily closed and is moving to Breckenridge in September.

The pandemic shifted the needs in our community. During the height of COVID, FIRC converted a large portion of our Silverthorne office into our food market. While there continues to be an increased need for food resources in our community, FIRC would like to reopen our Silverthorne office to clients. In order to do this, we will gradually shift our operations, including our Silverthorne food market and Dillon thrift store. Our food markets will remain operational during these transitions. 

We will transition our Silverthorne food operations to our Dillon thrift store location and move the Dillon thrift store to our Breckenridge location at 1745 Airport Road. We plan to open these locations at the beginning of September. We will continue to accept non-perishable food donations, but during the transition we are temporarily not accepting other donations.

FIRC will ensure that our community has access to healthy food and looks forward to serving our clients in person again. Thank you for your patience and understanding! 

Clothing vouchers: People in need of clothing for work, winter or any other emergencies can access vouchers by calling our front desk at 970-262-3888.

Thrift Store Donations


Sadly, FIRC cannot currently accept donations of any items at our Dillon Thrift & Treasure location or office locations. FIRC does currently accept donations of non-perishable food items at our food markets.

Since the sale of clothing and items at our thrift store helps fund our programs, it is difficult for FIRC to turn away these donations, but right now we can’t accept them. Since the thrift store is closed, FIRC must pay to remove items that are left at our doors and paying these costs takes away funds for our essential programs, like the food markets.

There are other great organizations in the county who may benefit from donations that are in good shape like: Resaddled Thrift StoreSummit County Habitat for Humanity RestoreFor Pet’s Sake in Breckenridge. Please keep in mind many items may be repurposed, recycled or may need to go to SCRAP – Visit High Country Conservation Center for more information.

We appreciate the support we receive from the community and we will let you know when we are open for donations again. Thank you for your patience and kindness.

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Volunteers keep our food pantries open, our community fed and big projects and events running.

We know many of the food pantry slots fill up fast. We greatly appreciate your support and understanding during these challenging COVID times. Please check back frequently as shifts pop-up due to cancellations or as new opportunities arise. 

If you are interested in helping at the food pantry, signing up online by clicking the button below is the easiest option, or email foodpantry@summitfirc.org.

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We will text you when we have urgent food pantry needs or bigger projects. This will allow us to rally volunteers in a quick manner.

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