Free Food Market

 
 
 

Grocery shopping may not always be the most enjoyable chore we do, but to those living in a food insecure home, a trip to the grocery store is the greatest of gifts.  

SECORCares serves the residents of Arapahoe, Douglas, and Elbert Counties who are struggling with suburban poverty.  Through our free food market, guests are able to shop and put food on their tables, without concern for payment.   

 Much like a grocery store, our market is stocked with everyday items where our guests can shop and choose the things their families will eat and enjoy.  Thanks to our many partners who donate food, we are able to provide our guests with fresh produce, meats, dairy, fresh breads, canned and dry goods, and even desserts.  We also have a limited supply of pet food for our furry friends.  A typical guest will leave with enough food to last 10-14 days. 

In order to shop, guests must: 

  • Live in one of the 42 zip codes we serve 

  • Provide a photo ID (driver's license, passport, etc.) 

  • Provide proof of residency (one of the following): 

  • A CURRENT utility bill (electric, gas, water, cable, etc.)  

    • The current utility bill MUST include your NAME and a SERVICE ADDRESS. 

  • A lease/mortgage agreement.   

  • A written letter from your landlord stating you live at their address. 

Our Market is currently open four days each week, no appointment necessary. If you or someone you know is in need, please stop by during our market hours: 

Days/hours of operation: 

  • Wednesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

  • Friday & Saturday – 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Our Free Food Market is always in need of donations. To find out what our current needs are, download the list here:

 
 
 

If you are interested in donating to our free food market, please contact us.  You can also make a monetary donation or become a partner/sponsor.

If you are experiencing suburban poverty and are in need of assistance, please stop by SECORCares during our market hours. Please check our Calendar for any closures.