Congratulations to CCFS for completing their new renovations.  Pictured are Darlene Leiding, Jennifer Parent and Bridget McPhillips.  Goals achieved with this new space included a client choice model, a more open, warm and welcoming environment, adding new equipment and incorporating a process flow aligned with CDC recommendations.


In the spirit of love, providing nourishment to people


Centennial Community Food Shelf Recognized by Second Harvest for New Renovation

2023 will bring some changes of specific volunteer jobs.  Bridget McPhillips will have served for 9 years (plus) at the end of the year as the Executive Director for the Food Shelf and according to our 501c3 bylaws she is done or at least needs to take a break.  We can not thank Bridget enough for all the work and leadership she has given to the Food Shelf. 

Replacing Bridget will be Jenn Parent who has been around the Food Shelf for the last couple of months with her husband Bob.  Wendy Harvoth and Rosie Schwartz have taken over the food ordering from 2nd Harvest that Bridget used to handle herself. Sheri Hansen is also completing a year as the Board President after replacing Ron Koon with his 9 years to the 401c (and 30 total year of being involved) of service.


​​Food Shelf Hours:

Mondays / Thursdays 4 - 6 PM

No appointment necessary

Smaller donations - During

Distribution hours

Larger Donations -​ Please

call for an appointment

   Need help feeding your kids this summer? @NoKidHungry can help! Just go to  to find free meals sites in your neighborhood. No           questions asked, just free and healthy meals for your kids and teens! Text FOOD or     COMIDA to 304-304 to find a free summer meals site near you. 
Summer Meals Program Details:
Meals are free for children and teens ages 18 and under.
No application or registration required!

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