Food Drive for our friends over at Integrated Family Community Services. 
The generous neighborhood of Highlands Ranch Golf Club opened their hearts and pantries, filling over 115 bags! Our Rotary members had a fun evening of fellowship and sorting all the food. 
More about IFCS:
Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) provides basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income people, using community resources. IFCS fosters self-sufficiency and respects the dignity of each client, serving the greater Denver metro area.
DMS Rotarians collected a ton of food for the Integrated Family Community Services Food Bank (IFCS). The IFCS Community Director stated, "We are so appreciative of the hard work and diligence from the Rotary Club of Denver Metro South. You literally delivered us 'A Ton of Food". Thank you to Brianna and Mindy for dropping off the bounty and offering great wishes from the club. It takes a village and a mountain (of food) to serve the community."
This activity took many members to deliver bags requesting food, to picking up the bags filled with food and sorting the food, then delivering. The Highlands Ranch neighborhood where this activity took place was extremely generous and there were more than 100 bags left on doorsteps. Some families even added cases of canned goods to the bag. It was a successful activity thanks to the many hands that helped pull it all together.