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The mission of Fresh Harvest Food Bank is to provide nutrition, support and education to families in need throughout Douglas County and surrounding areas. Fresh Harvest Food Bank provides support directly to local families as well as to other local non-profit agencies.
Our food pantry began as a small outreach effort at Acres Green Elementary School when the school principal and several staff members recognized that children were coming to school hungry. With the support of The WishList Network, a non-profit private operating foundation based in Lone Tree, the pantry expanded to provide nutritional support, including fresh produce and birthday bags, to families and students throughout the school district. Now as Fresh Harvest Food Bank, a program of The WishList Network, we provide food, other necessities, support, and education to families in Douglas County and surrounding areas, as well as other local non-profit agencies. 
Yes.  Fresh Harvest Food Bank is a program of The WishList Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Fresh Harvest Food bank is registered with the Colorado Secretray of State as a trade name of The WishList Network.

What’s in a Name

We believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality nutritional food. Our name reflects our commitment to provide fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as pantry staples, to our neighbors in need.
Fresh Harvest Food Bank operates as both a food bank and a food pantry. As a food bank, Fresh Harvest provides food and other necessities to local non-profit agencies who, in turn, distribute this food to their participants. As a food pantry, Fresh Harvest distributes food and more to our own neighbors in need.

Who’s Who

Courtnay and David Dietz founded The WishList Network in 2009. Together with Diana DiPietro, they handle all operations of The WishList Network, as well as directing operations of its Fresh Harvest Food Bank program.

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The Board of Directors oversee activities of The WishList Network including its Fresh Harvest Food Bank program. They do not receive any compensation for their service.  


The Fresh Harvest Food Bank staff manages the day to day operations of the food bank and coordinate volunteer activity, fundraising efforts, community outreach, and client services.  


Fresh Harvest Food Bank relies heavily on our wonderful volunteers to keep our organization running smoothly. Our volunteers offer their time, compassion, skills and service. Because of their support and hard work, Fresh Harvest Food Bank has touched the lives of so many families within our community.

How We Do It

Our non-perishable food and toiletries are either donated or purchased.  Donations are received from individuals, food drives, community events, and grocery stores.  Items not donated are purchased with donated funds.  We have a team of volunteer shoppers who can stretch each donated dollar with their extreme couponing skills. 

Our fresh produce is generally purchased from local produce suppliers, however we do receive many fresh produce donations during harvest season. For information on how you can donate your garden harvest, please give us a call!
Yes. We accept clean used clothing that is currently “in-season.” Typically, we begin accepting fall/winter clothing from August through February; and spring/summer clothing from March through July. We generally do not accept used toys or household items.
No. We are unable to provide nutrition for pets, with the exception of service dogs. 
Applications for food assistance are accepted during normal office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am-3pm and by appointment. You may access forms and other details on our Get Help page.

How to Contact Us

Fresh Harvest Food Bank is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9am-3pm and by appointment. In addition, we have several evening office hours each month. Please check our website calendar for evening office hours.

We are also open on designated Friday nights and Saturday mornings for bag packing and food distribution. 
Fresh Harvest Food Bank is located at 8250 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 130 Lone Tree, CO 80124. We are in the Parkway Point building (across from Furniture Row).  Our entrance is around the back of the building. 
Our phone number is (720) 381-6169 and our email address is

Get Involved

Please visit our Volunteer page to sign up to volunteer for one of the many opportunities listed on the page. Please download our Volunteer Registration Form and bring it to the food bank prior to your day of service or with you on your volunteer day. We look forward to seeing you!

For group volunteer opportunities, please contact our office for assistance in registering your group.

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  • Fresh Harvest Food Bank
  • 8250 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 130
    Lone Tree, CO 80124

  • (720) 381-6169


Monday – Friday 9am-3pm, and by appointment. Closed Thursdays.

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