The event takes place every Friday morning at the Pepsi Center.
The Denver Dream Center is an organization devoted to "bring hope to the homeless" through its various programs and resources. One of those programs includes the Dream Pantry project, which is held every Friday at the Pepsi Center.
At least six semi-trucks full of produce, meat, and milk are distributed and passed out every Friday morning, from 9 to 11 a.m., at the Pepsi Center's Corolla parking lot. That's roughly 200,000 pounds of food!
Photo by R'Mond Hunt
We had the chance to sit down with Bryan Sederwall (aka Pastor B), the Executive Director of the Denver Dream Center, to discuss the Food Friday events and learn more about the organization:
This event is free to the public and food boxes are only available while supplies last. Volunteers are always needed; learn how you can register to volunteer at the Denver Dream Center's Food Fridays here.
Make sure you check out other upcoming programs and projects that the Denver Dream Center offers almost on a daily basis.
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