Taking Care of Our Neighbors in 2019. Spread the Warmth with Denver Rescue Mission and CBS 4

In Philanthropyby Lori GreenlyLeave a Comment

One of the things I love most about our great city, are the people.  We take pride in Denver and we take care of one another.  Denver is becoming a sought out place to work and live.  We continue to watch the skyline change each year with cranes hovering over new commercial buildings, apartments and condos.  We are becoming a hub for tech companies and many other corporate headquarters.  It’s very exciting!  But, what excites me most, is how Denver cares for our residents, including our homeless neighbors, especially in our cold months.  Check out what CBS4 and Denver Rescue Mission are doing to lead us in our efforts…


CBS4 and Denver Rescue Mission are joining forces to help Spread the Warmth this winter! As temperatures drop, food and shelter can be a lifeline for someone in need.

Just $10 provides safe shelter for one night and three warm meals for one of our homeless neighbors.

Your support can spark the hope they need to make lasting change in their life.

$50 provides one night of safe shelter and three warm meals for five people in need.
$100 provides one night of safe shelter and three warm meals for 10 people in need.
$200 provides one night of safe shelter and three warm meals for 20 people in need.

Donate Winter Items
When temperatures drop, people experiencing homelessness are at a great risk of life-threatening conditions such as hypothermia and frostbite. Your generous donations will help keep our homeless neighbors safe and warm. The Mission is in need of the following items:
• Coats
• Beanie hats
• Gloves
• Scarves
• Blankets
• Socks

Donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Mission’s Ministry Outreach Center located at 5725 E 39th Avenue, Denver.
Learn more at DenverRescueMission.org/Donate-Items.

Learn more at CBS4’s web site by clicking here.

To learn more about Denver Rescue Mission and how you can help our neighbors, please click here.

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