Join us for an exclusive online event, Pressing On: Positive Impacts from a Pandemic Year on Wednesday, March 10 from 4:00 – 4:45 p.m.

As we mark one year of battling COVID-19, you will hear how the Mission team has unwaveringly persevered to serve those facing homelessness. Despite many challenges and operational changes, we will reflect on the positive impacts we have experienced and improvements we have made to better serve our guests by meeting them at their unique points of need.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear what is happening at the Mission directly from two of our leaders.

Join Us for Pressing On: Positive Impacts from a Pandemic Year

Also for the first time on this event, you will see the story of one of our guests who benefitted from the resources and support at the Mission during the pandemic.

For all the ways you have come alongside the Mission in the last year to make our work possible, thank you! We are so grateful for your partnership in serving the most vulnerable in our community. We could not do this work without our dedicated supporters and volunteers.

Hear from Our Leaders

Brad Meuli


Brad Meuli, President/CEO of the Mission for 21 years, has guided the organization through this pandemic including significant operational changes and an increase of nearly 100 employees. He serves on Denver’s Homeless Leadership Council to develop solutions with other local service providers for those facing homelessness in our community. Brad will share with you his reflections on where the organization has been in the last year and his vision for 2021.

Deb Butte

Director of Homelessness Resolution

Deb Butte is the Director of Homelessness Resolution at the Mission and leads a team of 15 in the areas of intake, case management, resource navigation and shelter diversion for our guests experiencing homelessness. These areas have made leaps and bounds for effectively serving our guests as a result of operational changes, and she will share with you those positive impacts on this event.