Hope starts with
a warm bed.
a healthy meal.
a second chance.
an encouraging smile.
a helping hand.
a new opportunity.
a chance to learn.
a changed life.

Hope starts with a meal—just $1.92

You can provide warm meals, safe shelter and life-changing support to Denver's homeless and hungry men, women and children.

We accept many kinds of donations, including: food, clothing, shoes, blankets, hygiene items, furniture, and household items.

Did you know we give donated vehicles to our program graduates to help them continue to be self-sufficient after they graduate?

Help provide just what we need by visiting our Amazon Wish List to view and purchase the items we need most today.

Help support the Mission by doing business with our community partners who donate to the Mission when you do business with them.

Is your company looking for a way to give back to the community? Become a corporate partner today through sponsorship packages, volunteer experiences, workplace giving presentations, and more.

Double the impact of your gift with the help of your employer! Find out if your employer has a matching gift partnership with the Mission or how you can help start one here.

Get your friends together and help raise support for the Mission through your own special events. Get started today by learning more here!

Are you planning your Will? Want to include a charitable donation and leave a lasting legacy at the Mission? Learn more about how we can help you through the process here.

Letter from the CEO

I have some good Denver Rescue Mission news to share with you! Mine cannot match the good news that the angel in Luke 2 shared with the world—that Jesus had been born!—but our news is pretty exciting!

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Thomas and Denise's Story

After eight short months of marriage, Thomas and Denise moved to Denver to transition into a new phase of life. But the newlyweds soon found themselves homeless and living at two different shelters—one for men and one for women. Every evening, they said goodnight over a cell phone call, but all they wanted was to be together again.

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The Mission provides meals to Denver's homeless

We offer services like meals, shelter, clothing, household items, and basic medical care to thousands of people experiencing poverty and homelessness throughout the year.

New Life Program graduate with CEO Brad Meuli

Are you ready to change your life? Our New Life Program provides education, life skills training, spiritual and emotional counseling, and a strong foundation for a self-sufficient life.

Champa House transitional housing

Our Family Services programs offer transitional housing and permanent housing assistance to individuals and families experiencing poverty and homelessness.


Ministry Outreach Center 5725 East 39th Avenue

The Ministry Outreach Center is the central warehouse and distribution location for the Mission. Families, single women, people with disabilities, and seniors in need of food,...

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Harvest Farm 4240 E. County Road 66

Harvest Farm, a 209-acre farm located in Wellington, Colorado, provides the opportunity for up to 72 men to achieve self-sufficiency through the New Life Program. For many men...

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The Crossing 6090 Smith Road

The Crossing is our largest location serving 130 New Life Program men and providing up to 100 rooms for STAR transitional program participants. Bible studies, case...

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Champa House is a caring, nurturing place where single mothers—many of them coming out of abusive situations—can live with their children and receive counseling, further...

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Admin and Education 6100 Smith Road

The Administration & Education building includes special classrooms for the educational aspects of our programs, office space for the Mission’s administrative support staff...

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Denver Rescue Mission’s Lawrence Street Shelter is the Mission’s most well-known and most recognizable location. It provides emergency care to the poor and homeless and is an...

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Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Fort Collins Rescue Mission opened its doors in 2012 to continue our more than 20-year history of serving Northern Colorado. The Mission serves men and women experiencing...

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Lawrence Street Community Center 2222 Lawrence Street

Completed in 2015, the Lawrence Street Community Center offers those experiencing homelessness in Denver a safe place to congregate during the day, away from the dangers of...

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