Letter from Director: July 2019
Stories of Changed Lives July 1st, 2019

Letter from Director: July 2019

Dear Friends, Have you ever seen someone rise from the ashes of a disappointment or failure and regain their honor and dignity? It is one of the most satisfying feelings! It’s why we go to the movies, read...
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Save the Date! 7th Annual Sporting Clay Classic
Events June 28th, 2019

Save the Date! 7th Annual Sporting Clay Classic

Do you enjoy shooting clay targets? If you do, you don’t want to miss this special event where you can “ready, aim, fire” for a good cause and compete for $2,100 in prizes! You’re invited to particip...
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Hit a Home Run Against Hunger
Ways to Give June 4th, 2019

Hit a Home Run Against Hunger

Join the Colorado Rockies, King Soopers and Denver Rescue Mission for the “Hit a Home Run Against Hunger” Please bring nonperishable or canned food items to the Colorado Rockies game on Friday, June 28 t...
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Break the Sigma: Myths About Homelessness
Stories of Changed Lives June 2nd, 2019

Break the Sigma: Myths About Homelessness

Homelessness is surrounded by many myths and half-truths, but to really understand the issues around homelessness, its causes and real solutions, we have to overcome some common myths like these.

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Letter From The CEO: June 2019
Stories of Changed Lives June 1st, 2019

Letter From The CEO: June 2019

Dear Friends, Recently, there were some phone calls that came into Francis Center, a day shelter not too far from the Mission, and Denver Rescue The calls were like some others we have received in the past, ...
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Mother's Day Magic!
News May 7th, 2019

Mother's Day Magic!

"Mom turned upside down is WOW!" The definition of mom in the Webster's Dictionary reads, "One's But for those who work at Denver Rescue Mission, we believe the definition of "mom" goes much further than In ...
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“We Are Columbine!”
Volunteering April 26th, 2019

“We Are Columbine!”

Twenty years ago on April 20, 1999, news broke out across the nation of the tragedy at Columbine High I was just ten years old at the time, living in Ohio, more than a thousand miles away from the events tha...
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Letter From the CEO: May 2019
Stories of Changed Lives April 24th, 2019

Letter From the CEO: May 2019

Dear Friends, I am often asked, “How do we solve the issue of homelessness?” During my 20 years at the Mission, I have learned there is no single solution to solving this complex If there was, we would h...
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Moving Forward: How We Work Together To Change Lives
Stories of Changed Lives April 24th, 2019

Moving Forward: How We Work Together To Change Lives

When she speaks, Margarita does so with a wisdom that only comes with She’s from Barcelona and moved to the states to go to college (she graduated from UC She used to live in a duplex, but when they raised...
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Easter Egg Hunt Brings Happiness & Excitement
Events April 18th, 2019

Easter Egg Hunt Brings Happiness & Excitement

The afternoon rain had just stopped and groves of kids from the Mission’s STAR Transitional Program started to skip down The Crossing’s sunroom As they passed the windows, they would stop, point and look...
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