Dead & Company Action Day Boulder

June 10, 2017 @ 11:00AM — 2:30PM

Welcome Dead & Company fans! Join Positive Legacy and Conscious Alliance for a Day of Giving at the Community Food Share. We're inviting fan engagement to make a positive impact in the community. Give a few hours of your time to help with sorting and bagging food donations to provide to families in need. This event takes place Saturday June 10th from 11:00am to 2:30pm at the Community Food Share located at 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027. Donors will receive lunch, limited edition Positive Legacy/Dead & Company hat, one FREE download of any show in the extensive catalog, and the feeling of satisfaction from giving back to the local community. Live music courtesy of local Colorado musicians Tyler Grant & Adrian Engfer of the band, Grant Farm. Tasty beer provided by Oskar Blues Brewery! Your Action Day donation will also contribute towards a $1000 grant to the Community Food Share where each $1 can provide 3 meals! All are welcome to participate! Can't join us in person? You can still make an impact by donating here:

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30-40 volunteers needed to help at the Community Food Share to sort, organize, and bag food donations to provide to families in need

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Community Food Share's mission is to be a leader in the community's effort to end hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Community Food Share operates on mostly donations – 88% of food is donated through food rescue and also from local farms & community food drives.

Community Food Share (CFS) was established in 1981 in Boulder as the need for hunger relief became evident amongst several local community assistance outlets. Over the past four decades CFS has expanded its programs to fulfill the needs of the community including mobile pantries and an elder share program to assist those that are homebound. CFS also partners with more than 40 non-profit organizations to distribute groceries and meals in the community. This no-cost assistance allows these local agencies to free up funding for other needs assistance such as healthcare, housing and education.

They reduce food waste by rescuing 8 tons of good food from going into landfills each day & feed the community at the same time! With a focus on "quality not quantity" their food choices are 75% fresh produce, dairy, or protein.

A note about volunteering from Community Food Share:"Volunteers are the backbone of our operation. More than 3,500 people volunteer with us every year, providing 64% of our labor. Without the help of people like YOU we would not be able to open out doors. 1 hour of volunteering provides 80 meals!"

For more information on Community Food Share, visit their website at

For more information on Positive Legacy, visit their website at

For more information on Conscious Alliance, visit their website at