For the sixth year in a row, Denver Rescue Mission is joining forces with CBS4 for our Spread the Warmth Campaign.
As temperatures drop and the snow falls, shelter and meals can be a lifeline for some of the most vulnerable in our community. Just $10 can provide safe shelter for one night, warm meals and access to life-changing services for a neighbor experiencing homelessness. Your support offers a sense of hope and dignity to those we serve at Denver Rescue Mission.
In the coming weeks, the Mission will be elevating voices and sharing the inspiring stories of individuals we serve, volunteers who go above and beyond and staff members who never fail to show up for those in need.
Spread the Warmth Stories
Gearing Up for the Cold Weather
CBS News Colorado anchor Michael Spencer talks with Josh Geppelt of the Denver Rescue Mission which is gearing up to get unhoused inside from cold weather as it approaches the state.
Damon Holland came to Harvest Farm to find refuge and help from his past while building relationships with his fellow co-workers.
Forced to live on the streets because of addiction and job loss, Michael Allen finally hit a point where he wanted to change.