Food Resources During COVID-19 Outbreak

Breakfast & Lunch

Grab-and-Go Meal Pickup
11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Denver Public Schools is offering free weekday breakfast and lunch to students and families in need at Grab-and-Go sites throughout the city until circumstances change. Vegetarian options are available. To prioritize social distancing, families are not allowed to eat on site. DPS is not able to provide transportation to the Grab-and-Go sites.

**Closest location to Stedman is Smith Elementary School at 3590 Jasmine Street**

Breakfast and lunch are also available for adults and can be picked up every weekday. In addition, weekend breakfast and lunch are available for families to pick up every Friday. The adult and weekend meals are made possible by fundraising from the DPS Foundation.

On Tuesday, Apr. 7, DPS is also launching a new, enhanced weekday meal delivery program. Yellow school buses will deliver meals to schools and community locations throughout the city for the remainder of the school year. They will stop at each site for 20-30 minutes to hand out breakfast and lunch. On Fridays, weekend breakfast and lunch are also available for pickup.

In addition, Food for Thought Denver is providing Powersacks at all DPS Grab-and-Go sites, every Friday until circumstances change. Each Powersack will contain enough non-perishable food for a family of four for two days. These sacks are available for anyone in need, not just for our DPS students.


Rec Center Meal Pickup
3:30-5:30 p.m.

Select Denver recreation centers will be serving weekday dinner to children 18 years old and younger.

**Closest location to Stedman is Hiawatha Davis at 3334 Holly Street**


Another great resource for specific needs in and around our community is this organization: (click on “Request Assistance” for specific requests).

If you are in need of additional resources, please contact our Family Liaison, Ali Larson, at or 303-242-6414.