Clovis Oncology Corporate Challenge

Our Goal
37%

$1,870 of $5,000

Community Food Share is a food bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties by providing access to fresh, nutritious food through local partners and onsite and mobile pantries. Currently, Community Food Share is sending over 100 pounds of food out their doors every minute that they are open, and Clovis Oncology is proud to support these efforts. In order to keep up with increased demand and rising costs, Community Food Share is spending more and more money 0n food procurement. For every dollar you donate, you can provide $5 worth of groceries.

 

Hunger is a reality for 1 in 8 people in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. At Clovis Oncology we believe no family should have to choose between housing and food, and that no child should go hungry. Together, we can make a difference for our neighbors — because every meal makes a difference.



General Donation
Suggested minimum donation $5

Enter Donation Amount:

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Fresh Protein
35 pounds of fresh proteins

Price: $100.00

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Fresh Produce
330 pounds of fresh produce

Price: $60.00

Nut Butters
25 jars of nut butter

Price: $55.00

Whole Grain Cereal
30 family-size bags of whole grain cereal

Price: $40.00

Baby Foods
24 jars of baby food

Price: $30.00

  • Our Donors
    • Anonymous

    • Anonymous
      $200

    • Clovis Oncology
      $100

    • Clovis Oncology
      $60

    • Clovis Oncology
      $100

    • Clovis Oncology

    • Clovis Oncology

    • Clovis Oncology

    • Clovis Oncology
      $60

    • Anonymous
      $100

    • Andrea Kirsch

    • Clovis Oncology Inc.
      $500

    • Clovis Oncology
      $50

    • Vanessa Stamborski
      $100

    • Clovis Oncology
      $100

    • Grant Pius
      $50

    • Anonymous
      $40

  • Stretching Your Dollars

    Thanks to our wholesale buying power, every dollar you donate equals five dollars’ worth of groceries for our neighbors struggling with food insecurity.