The Community Food Bank (CFB) in Grand Junction is a community based, volunteer supported agency designed to provide a free emergency supply of nutritious food to any and all hungry Mesa County individuals and families in crisis.
For over 30 years, CFB has remained the area's only program to provide unrestricted access to food 52 weeks a year. They are THE resource for any Mesa County resident in need. No one is turned away.
CFB receives no government funding and relies almost entirely on contributions from the local community. Every $1 donation can purchase four times that amount for our community's hungry families.
What's it take to be a Lazy Man Olympian? And what are the Lazy Man Olympics anyway? Oh, and are there trophies?
The 2017 information on the KEKB website says it's perfect for those who've,