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Food Connections

Free Grocery and Urban Farm Programs

Commún operates a weekly free grocery program in partnership with Kaizen Food Resource, Food Bank of the Rockies, and an amazing group of volunteers!

  • Location: Christ the King Lutheran Church, 2300 S. Patton Ct, Denver
  • Time: 3:30-5:00pm
  • Date: Ongoing, every Thursday

To sign up to receive a free box of food, go to our facebook page every Wednesday to find the sign up link.

Anyone is welcome at the free grocery whether or not they have signed up prior to the event.

  • Participation does not make you a “public charge”
  • Your information will not be shared with anyone!
  • Filling out the form online is not required to receive food, it just makes things go faster. Please fill out the form every week. 
  • Delivery options available for people who are elderly, sick, or without a personal vehicle. 
    • Delivery must be requested by 10:30am the day of the event.

Questions? Send us a message through our facebook page: Commún Denver.


Commún Farms!

Commún is growing food for our community! Come by our farm at 2500 S Sheridan Blvd or visit our gardens at Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy.

Youth and adults in our community have been working hard to grow their favorite fruits and vegetables to give out for free in our free grocery and to sell at our pay-as-you-can farm stand on Fridays, starting July 15th. Thank you to Frontline Farming and the Sheridan Blue Team for all of your work helping to grow food for the community!

We host a volunteer event almost every Friday from 10am-2pm. For more information, check out our events on Facebook!

Thanks to a generous donation from Denver Urban Gardens, Commún has been able to provide free vegetable starts to over 30 local gardeners. We have also been working with our neighbors to provide compost, soil, and educational support so that our region can become more self-sufficient and food secure. Please send us an email if you have a gardening question we might be able to help answer!

Future Programs in Food Connections

Southwest Denver is alive with vibrant culture, including food from around the world. A commercial kitchen provides the space and legal requirements for food entrepreneurs to be able to make and sell their food legally and safely in our community. Our region’s culinary reputation will soar!

Commún is searching for a home in Southwest Denver! The community center will house Commún’s programs and services, as well as a central gathering space where neighbors and visitors across cultures and generations can gather to build community, host a meeting, and work together. Southwest Denver needs a central gathering space to meet, connect, and build relationships with one another. In the face of regional changes, our community is joining together to provide for ourselves programs & services that create a sense of belonging, achieve health equity, increase widespread well-being.