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Helping Hands



SRB along with Broomfield Senior Services, believes everyone 60+ should be able to enjoy a nutritious meal at an affordable price. Our goal is to keep local older adults healthy and socially active.


SRB's Community Resources programs help to meet various needs for Broomfield's older adults. Our goal is to assist them in maintaining their independence, well-being, and safety.


SRB would not be able to provide vital services to Broomfield's older adults without the help of our generous grantors. We are grateful for their ongoing support of these programs

Nutrition Programs

Meals on Wheels Support Fund

Meals on Wheels provides nutritious home-delivered meals to Broomfield residents 60 and older who are either homebound or unable to prepare their own meals. 

  • SRB provides assistance for those who qualify, by paying 50% or 100% of their meal fees. 

Lakeshore Café Support Fund

SRB provides assistance for congregate lunches held at the Broomfield Community Center. This program helps many older adults enjoy a nutritious lunch while socializing with friends.

  • SRB provides assistance for those who qualify, by paying half or all of their meal fees. 

Project Homecoming: Hospital Release and Recovery Program

Upon release from a local hospital, Broomfield residents 60 and older can receive 5 free meals through Meals on Wheels. This is a great way to let older adults try the Meals on Wheels program, at no cost, during a time when nutrition is most needed.

  • SRB pays for 5 free Meals on Wheels.

Healthy Hearts Lunch Sponsorship

Healthy Hearts lunches are the most popular lunches of the month. On average, eighty-five older adults enjoy this nutritious lunch, held twice a month, at a reduced rate of $2.00. The lunch is followed by an educational presentation by a Public Health Nutritionist.

  • SRB funds the first Wednesday of every month.

  • Broomfield Skilled Nursing funds the third Wednesday of every month.

Birthday Lunch Sponsorship

Lakeshore Café celebrates seniors’ birthdays on a monthly basis. For some, this is the only chance they get to celebrate their birthday.

  • SRB treats them to lunch and a special goodie bag.

Community Resources

Blizzard Bags - Twice a Year

SRB partners with Broomfield FISH, Elevations Credit Union, and the Broomfield Senior Center to provide non-perishable food items for Meals On Wheels clients, in the event of a blizzard.

  • 170 in October 2019

  • 180 in January 2020

  • 0 in October 2020 due to COVID-19

  • 177 in January 2021

Special Needs 

SRB uses funds to address needs not covered by Medicare or other health insurance.  These special needs consist of; dental and medical procedures, hearing aids, vision, wheelchair ramps, and prescriptions, etc.​​​


In-Home Services

Eligible older adults need help with light housekeeping, meal preparation, and personal care from time to time. SRB provides funding for professional caregivers to come into their homes and help with homemaking tasks.

Loan Closet

SRB funds additional equipment needed in the loan closet; transport chairs, lightweight wheelchairs, transfer benches, shower chairs, walkers, etc. 


Easy Ride Transportation​

Easy Ride is a door-to-door transportation service for older adults 60+ and adults with a disability.  This transportation is an essential service for older adults to maintain their independence, reduce isolation, connect to medical care, nutritional services, wellness, and personal care.

  • SRB provides funding for driver hours to take Broomfield residents to appointments.​​​

Special Events

SRB sponsors the annual Resource Fair and the Lakeshore Rocks Youth Volunteer Program.


Connect with neighbors who can use a helping hand with projects at their homes.

  • Snow Pals to help with snow shoveling.

  • Yard Pals to help summer yard work.

Visit to apply to be a volunteer or to get support.


Thanks to Our Grantors

Service Above Self


Improving Colorado lives through self-sufficiency

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The City and County of Broomfield has grant funding available to local non-profit (NP) agencies that align with Health and Human Services Strategic Priorities and fill a health or human service need/gap for Broomfield residents.

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The Broomfield Community Foundation was established in 1993 to create an ongoing source of funds for local charitable organizations. It is a vehicle for community philanthropy that enables individuals of both modest and substantial means to help “build a community with heart.”


We are a community of women who join together to collectively support

non-profits in Broomfield, Colorado. We turn $100 donations into thousands of dollars by harnessing the power of the group.

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Changing our Communities


Cultivating a thriving region strengthened by its diversity and generosity.

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