🔨 The Hub 🔨

CSFR is about to put down some serious roots. After years of transience, including a formative 2018 in the Helen Hunt Campus (a shuttered school-turned-office building for local nonprofits), we’re beyond excited to deepen our relationship with the Hillside neighborhood as we move onto the end of Institute St. — a piece of land generously donated by the Legacy Institute for the purpose of developing a community food center!

What’s that, you ask? It’ll be a place where neighbors come together to eat, grow and connect with their food. Nothing’s finalized yet but the plan includes an events/workshop space, a four-season greenhouse, a community learning farm and a compost park.

Move over 7-Eleven — here comes the Hillside Food Hub!

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The next Town Hall where you can get acquainted and offer your input is scheduled for February, exact date TBD. Check back here or follow our Facebook page for updates. Live in Hillside and want to join the advisory committee? Reach out to Programs Director Patience Kabwasa (patience@coloradospringsfoodrescue.org).


“Community food center planned for Hillside neighborhood in Colorado Springs,” The Gazette, 9/8/18, Debbie Kelley

“Hillside neighborhood gets a new community food hub,” The Colorado Springs Independent, 9/12/18, Faith Miller

“Give! 2018: Colorado Springs Food Rescue,” Fox21, 11/14/18

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