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Master Gardeners and
A group of Douglas County Master Gardeners are growing produce for the
Parker Task Force in the Hidden Mesa Open Space area. Story and Pictures
The Spring Valley Golf Club
reopens for the
Parker Task Force after devastating flooding.
Volunteers and the course GM saved the 2015 PTF Golf Tournament.
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PTF In The News
PTF in the news.
Who We Are
Parker Task Force is a non-profit organization operated
entirely by dedicated volunteers.
Parker Task Force is dedicated to providing individuals and
families in our community with food, limited financial
assistance and other support services to help them become
self-sufficient. These services
will be delivered with
compassion, dignity and respect by our 100% volunteer staff.
More about us.
There are many ways you can help the Parker Task Force provide
assistance to members of our community. More information
of the Parker Task Force
for Parker Task Force Clients More
Current Needs List
Dollar Tree - Parker
King Soopers - Stroh Ranch.
King Soopers - Stonegate.
Safeway - Parker
New Parker Task Force Building
The new building construction is complete! Many years in the
making and it's here!
Scrapbook contains the pictures taken during the
groundbreaking and construction.
More Pictures of Our New Building
for the new
Founder of the Parker Task Force
Tours The New Food Bank
Steve Budnack, Volunteeer Chairman giving Nancy
Gripman, Founder of
the Parker Task Force, a private tour of the new food bank.
Parker Car Club Raises $5,800 For
The Parker Task Force
The Parker Car Club presented the Parker Task Force with a check
for $5800. The club raised the money at its 7th annual car show
held during Parker Days. The car show attracted a record number
of vehicles and made the most money in the club's history. The
success of the event was aided by a large number
sponsors from the Parker business community.