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Food Pantry Press Release 4.13.20


Telluride Food Pantry Update 

Hours for Thursday July 2, 2020

4:00 p.m-6:00 p.m.

Walk up only. No Drive-throughs. Please park your car and walk to the Pantry.

Enter from Main Street

You must wear a mask to enter the food selection area.

You must either use the hand sanitizer or disposable gloves we provide for you. Wash your hands before coming as an extra precaution.

Bring your own bags

You will be able to choose your own food.

One person per household in food selection area.

Maintain 6 ft. distance from others at all times; cones will be set up showing you where to wait in line.

Do not come if you are sick or have been in contact with someone who has been sick. Have someone else pick up your food for you.

                                         The Second Chance Humane Society Tri-County Pet Pantry is currently providing pet food and supplies at your food pantry locations in Telluride and Norwood

Be Patient and Kind- This is a new process for all of our volunteers too! We welcome your input and suggestions to help us serve you better.

Everyone will get food.  We promise!




What You Can Do to Help

  • Make a contribution to Angel Baskets via PayPal (enter your amount to the left).
  • Adopt a family or an individual at the holidays and buy their requested gifts.
  • During the holidays, December 2-17, 2020, help wrap gifts and prepare the family boxes for delivery.
  • Deliver gifts on Saturday.
  • Donate non-perishable food to your local food bank and volunteer.
  • Adopt a backpack to fill with school supplies for a child.


Send a Donation Today

Send a check to:

Angel Baskets

P.O. Box 22000, PMB 574

Telluride, Colorado 81435


Volunteers Needed

We need your help.

Angel Baskets is an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff. The year-round Food Banks and Holiday Program require hundreds of volunteers to make it happen.

Please contact us to get involved!

Our History

Angel Baskets was founded in 1981 to provide help at the holidays for several local families who were struggling financially. Throughout its 35 year history, Angel Baskets has remained flexible, expanding geographically and adding new programs to meet changing needs. Angel Baskets now operates four programs (Food, School Supplies, Elder and Holiday) in San Miguel County, the west end of Montrose County and the Dove Creek area of Dolores County. Angel Baskets remains an all-volunteer organization with no overhead and no paid staff. The three food bank spaces are donated, as are the storage and holiday spaces.

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