We are a wonderful, supportive, selfless community and we have so many places to volunteer and support this holiday season. If you haven't chosen a group to support this season please consider helping one of these resources.
We pick a charity each year to help. I think it really helps educate and foster a sense of empathy.
In November 2012, Denver Rescue Mission acquired Open Door Mission. Renamed Fort Collins Rescue Mission, the ministry serves homeless men and women by providing shelter, meals, spiritual guidance, and life changing programs.
The Center for Hope is a resource center for families and individuals who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness. It is a place for people who are ready to make life changes to overcome their current situation, and who need some help doing so. The mission of the Center for Hope is to help these families and individuals achieve stability and long-term self-sufficiency.
The Mission in Fort Collins operates the Hostel of Hospitality, accommodating up to 40 persons, including single men, single women, and families. An evening meal and breakfast are served, and there are facilities for showers and laundry. Transitional housing is under construction. Call (970) 484-5010 for more information.
Food Bank for Larimer County
1301 Blue Spruce Drive Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
424 Pine Street, Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80524
2200 N Taft Hill Road Fort Collins, CO 80524
Tele: (970) 224-DOGS (3647)
720 B East Vine Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
PO Box 308 Wellington, CO 80549 970.219.1659
As experts in the fields of black-footed ferret recovery, we engage in wildlife research. Black-footed ferrets are listed as endangered across North America and the goal of recovery is to remove them from the list.
We are a homeless shelter self-sufficiency program for families with children. There is a day center where the families will be while looking for employment and affordable housing. There is also transitional housing for some graduates and a Balanced Living program that teaches empowerment and self-sufficiency to everyone.
The mission of Neighbor to Neighbor is to open doors and advance lives by providing housing counseling, supportive services, and multi-family affordable housing.
3501 E 71st Street, Loveland, CO 80538
375 Meadowlark Drive
Berthoud, CO 80513
624 Ash St, Windsor, CO 80550
1108 H Street Greeley, CO 80631 T: 970-356-2199
Catholic Charities emergency shelter. Houses 24 men, 6 women and 6 families.
Open from 7PM to 7AM 365 days a year. There are separate areas for single men, single women, and families with children. The shelter also provides shower facilities, and breakfast and evening meals, job referrals and advocacy are available to shelter residents. Volunteers Requests by Guadalupe Community Center - Guadalupe Shelter: Contact the shelter and ask for a Volunteer Coordinator. Help with meals, front desk, child care, and more. We do background checks.
Women, women with children
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