United We Can Make a Difference!  Join with over 20 churches in our area to provide food, clothing and job training assistance to those who are truly in need and wish to become self-sufficient. Drop off non-perishable food (protein items like peanut butter, beans, canned chicken-fish-meat, etc. plus rice, pasta, cereal, dry goods, etc.) and clothing anytime in the COFU bins located at the main and north entrances.  Volunteer at COFU in the food and clothing bank; help mentor; pick up or deliver food; or do whatever needs to be done!
Sugarplum at COFU
COFU is collecting new pajamas and new and/or gently used books to provide for children ages 6-12.  You may drop your donations in the box located at the COFU shelf next to the information wall.  Contact Char Davis at charleendavis@comcast.net.
What is needed:  Drivers to go to COMPA (39th & Holly) weekdays, Monday thru Friday between 8:00 - 11:00 am.
What you do:  Pick up produce/dry goods/beverages/etc. and take them to First Southern Baptist Church Northglenn at 10620 Washington St., Northglenn
How it works:  David Nelson orders the food and is sent a confirmation email listing what is to be picked up.  David forwards the confirmation email to the driver for the next day.  The email should be available between 3-4 pm the day before the actual pick up.  Example:  On Monday, David orders the food for Tuesday pick up and forwards the eamil to the Tuesday driver.  Monday pickups are ordered on Friday.
General Information:  This normaly takes 60 to 90 minutes, depending on traffic, weather, etc.  The heaviest thing you will have to lift is about 50 pounds.  (If you can't lift that much, tell David your abilities and he will order accordingly.)  When you arrive, you sign in - Name of Organization = COFU and then your name and the time you arrives.  When you are called, you get a pallet jack with a pallet on it and you are guided around the warehouse to the different items on your list.  You load the stuff on the pallet and weigh the pallet on the scales.  You load the items in your vehicle and take them to the church.  There is not much help loading at COMPA.  Once at the church, there are people to help unload.
Directions:  COMPA, 39th & Holly, one block east of Holly on 39th.
Take Exit 277 (Holly/Monaco/Dahlia) off of 1-70
Take a slight LEFT on E. 46th Ave/Stapleton Dr. South - continue towards Holly
Take a RIGHT on Holly
Take a LEFT on E. 39th - You will see a COMPA sign on the LEFT
Turn into the parking lot and go all the way to the back.  You will see the loading docks.  
Deliveries are made to First Southern at the back of the church building.
Contact:  David Nelson, 720.771.8744


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