Care & Share Bulk Beef Donation

Care & Share Bulk Beef Donation

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$200.00
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$200.00
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Congrats! You are changing the face of hunger in Southern Colorado by choosing to donate this box (or boxes) of bulk beef to Care And Share Food Bank to feed the hungry men, women, and children of Southern Colorado!
When we heard that one of the most desired and yet least donated food item was meat proteins, we knew we had to do something! By donating a bulk box of Sangres beef you are feeding the people of this community with an actual healthy option of a healthy protein source. 
The Cost Commitment 
We have included our donation of our profits and are letting these go at close to cost at $7.99/lb. Just enough to cover our overhead and marketing costs. That's $25 off a box or about $200 off per cow! 

Here is how it works: The whole cow is broken up into eight 50 to 60-pound boxes (Each box is an Eighth beef). 
Each box just has a $200 deposit with the final amount due in Nov/December when fulfillment happens. 
Once this beef is ready in December, we will load it up and take it down to donate to Care & Share. If you are in the Colorado Springs Area and would like to be apart of the delivery, then we would love to have you. You are also invited to our giant burger cook out at the Care and Share facility in Colorado Springs on the day of delivery. 

Here is a key for how many each box equals with estimated totals. The final amounts are due at pickup. You will have the deposit deducted.

1 box = Eighth Beef from $375 to $450
2 boxes = Quarter Beef from $750 to $900
3 boxes = Tri-Pack from $1,125 to $1,350
4 boxes = Half from $1,500 to $1,800
8 boxes = Whole from $3,000 to $3,600


For a complete breakdown of what exactly is in each pack please check out our bulk buyers' guide 

Hunger exists in every corner of Colorado, and it affects people from all walks of life. Feeding America estimates that food insecurity in Colorado has increased by nearly 20% due to the pandemic. That means 1 in 8 people—almost 700,000 of our neighbors, including nearly 185,000 children—is unable to access the food they need, an increase from 1 in 10 in 2019.
Hundreds of thousands of children and families living in Colorado face hunger and food insecurity every day.

  • The pandemic has most impacted families that were already facing hunger or one paycheck away from facing hunger.
  • Households with children are more likely to experience food insecurity.
  • Every community in our state is home to families who face hunger, including rural and suburban communities.
  • Many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and need to rely on their local Feeding Colorado food banks for support.