Bondadosa is proud to announce it will be able to continue expanding its free grocery delivery service in the Denver Metro Area, thanks to a grant of over $300K from the Colorado Health Foundation (CHF). Through a very competitive application process, Bondadosa was one of the organizations recognized for its innovative approach to help solve food inequality in the state of Colorado. With this generous grant, Bondadosa plans to extend its service to over 20 zip codes in the Denver Metro area and add three more community members to the Bondadosa team. 

With this funding opportunity, plans to serve over 6,000 individuals , including SNAP recipients, and deliver over 10,000 grocery orders have begun. "At Bondadosa, we strongly believe that every member of the community should be able to have convenient access to food, and we are committed to creating that access one delivery at a time," said Ricardo T. Rocha, CEO. "We are grateful to have CHF's trust and support and will do everything in our power to use these funds as efficiently as possible and deliver on our mission to create better access to groceries and goods to members of our community."