Precision Plumbing Virtual Food Drive

Organized by Precision Plumbing

Donations accepted November 14, 2022–December 14, 2022

Our Goal

$3,070 of $10,000

Precision Plumbing Cooling Heating & Electric has been serving Colorado as a family-owned business and have been giving back to the community for over 35 years.

This year, we are supporting Community Food Share, the food bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Community Food Share distributes enough food for 22,000 meals per day through their direct distribution programs and network of 42 Partner Agencies. One in ten people are food insecure in Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

Community Food Share has seen a 59% increase in visits per week to Feeding Families, their onsite food pantry. A visit to Feeding Families saves a family an average of $170 per visit.

We are running a virtual drive from 11/14/2022 until 12/14/2022. $1 can provide $5 of groceries, and we will be matching donations up to $5,000. Please consider making a donation to support our friends, families, and neighbors in need.

If donating by cash or check, please mail to Community Food Share with Precision Plumbing included in the memo line. Checks should be made out to Community Food Share.

Customers are also encouraged and are able to make a donation at the time of their service!

Community Food Share, 650 South Taylor Ave, Louisville, CO 80027


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 Dairy Products & Eggs
35 pounds of fresh dairy and eggs

Price: $75.00

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Fresh Produce
330 pounds of fresh produce

Price: $60.00

Nut Butters
25 jars of nut butter

Price: $55.00

  • 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.