Mobile Food Bank

Our Mobile Food Bank was started in June 2012. Utilizing a one-ton van, we started with a few locations. In May 2016 we expanded our program. We were fortunate enough to receive a donation of a two-ton truck. With the help of other generous donors, we were able to build the truck that is being used today. It is estimated that each load of food in the truck has a value of $4,500. We typically serve 2 sites per load of food.

Bags of Blessings

Every Thursday and Friday, we distribute 3,000 lbs. of food to students who are at risk of not eating on the weekends. Currently we are serving Swansea elementary school and Johnson elementary school. This program distributes about $240,000
of food annually. Metro Ministries has maintained this program since 2012.

Sidewalk sunday school

Sidewalk Sunday School started in June 2012. It is our core belief that children are hungry spiritually as well as physically. We provide age appropriate children’s church to children in various low income housing projects around the Denver metro area. This program runs all summer long.


Our impact.

2014 we distributed 34,070 lbs valued at $56,897.
2015 we distributed 63,224 lbs valued at $105,584.
2016 we distributed 139,947 lbs valued at $233,711.
2017 we distributed 260,000 lbs valued at $434,000.
2018 we distributed 325,000 lbs valued at $550,000.
2019 we distributed 703,265 lbs valued at $1,202,584.
2020 we distributed 1,317,737 lbs valued at $2,266,507.


You can help.

Sponsor a site: It costs about $800 each month to sponsor a Mobile Food Bank Site. At most sites we serve at least 40 families, putting the cost near $19 per family
Sponsor a child: It costs $10 per week to sponsor a child for Totes of Hope.
Sponsor a group: It costs about $150 per week for Sidewalk Sunday School reaching up to 400 kids.



Please make check or money order payable to Metro Ministries and send to our mailing address:
Metro Ministries
871 Thornton Pkwy #229
Denver Co 80229.
Metro Ministries is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization.

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