The Coalition is a national leader in providing integrated, housing, health care, vocational and supportive services, creating lasting solutions to homelessness.
This center offers a food bank to anybody in need every Friday. There is no ID required. Patrons must be present by 11:30am to get in line to receive food. This center also offers job referrals, clothing bank, medical referrals, and rent assistance referrals. Open Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:30pm.
The Denver Inner City Parish aims to improve the community and individuals in four focus areas: Education and youth development, hunger relief and nutrition, community enrichment, and individual empowerment. They offer a variety of programs to fulfill these needs including a food bank, housing services, and other referrals. Call for more information.
Denver Urban Ministries provides resources to help people find and maintain a job including transportation services, uniform services, resume help, and case management support. Additionally, Denver Urban Ministires also has a food bank, infant items, a computer lab, and utility/rent assistance. Open Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. 9:00am-3:30pm and Wed. From 9:00am-12:00pm.
Hunger Free Colorado, a statewide nonprofit organization launched in 2009, connects families and individuals to food resources and fuels change in systems, policies and social views, so no Coloradan goes hungry. By leveraging the power of collaboration, innovation and partnership, we eliminate barriers to the access of affordable, nutritious food, so all Coloradans can thrive and reach their full potential.
IFCS provides assistance to families in need through a variety of different ways. We work to improve our community one family at a time and are tirelessly working to end hunger and homelessness.
Metro CareRing is an organization that focuses on emergency relief. They provide food and toiletry packs that will last three days of use. Additionally, they help with obtaining identification, utility assistance, and bus tickets. Call for more information.
Mile High United Way has been operational for more than 100 years and is located in Denver. It coordinates more than 50,000 individual donors, over 800 local businesses, nearly 100 nonprofit partners and several community resources to deliver long-term solutions.
The action center serves people in Jefferson County. They offer a food bank, clothing bank, rent assistance, utility assistance, bus tickets, job preparation, and referrals to other sources.