Partner with Denver Rescue Mission
Are you hosting an event in which you'd like to donate part of your ticket sales?
Are you a restaurant or retail store looking to contribute a portion of your proceeds?
Would you like to collect cash donations to help the homeless, hungry and hurting?
Imagine how you, your church, school, or company can start something small, or start something large; either way, we need your help!
In order for us to learn more about your idea and how we can help, please fill out our application form. Once your application has been approved, we will contact you in regards to logo use and other collateral. If you have questions, please call Josh at 303.313.2435 or e-mail him at JLittlejohn@DenRescue.org.
If you'd like to host a drive for goods or gift-in-kind items, please contact Lisette at 303.313.2414 or Lisette@DenRescue.org.
Below is a list of current community-based fundraisers to benefit Denver Rescue Mission:
Schlereth’s Stinkin’ Good Green Chile
When you purchase a tub of Stinkin’ Good Green Chile, a portion of proceeds will be donated to Denver Rescue Mission. Visit the Stinkin' Good Green Chile website to find out where to purchase the chile: stinkingood.com.
Kittle Team - Real Estate
Give a CRAZY amount to charity by doing business as usual! Kittle Real Estate will donate a generous portion of their income from your real estate transaction with them to our organization! Let them know you heard about Kittle Cares from us! Help us reach our fundraising goal and visit kittlecares.com or contact Jane Northrup at 970.308.5943 for more information.
McDonald Pre-Owned Subaru
McDonald Pre-Owned Subarus is donating $50 of every pre-owned vehicle sold, and 1% of every parts and service total invoice to Denver Rescue Mission. For more information, please visit them online: mcdonaldindependent.com.
Inner Vitality Chiropractic
Manage your health while supporting a local non-profit cause! Dr. Jeremy D Overholt, D.C., owner of Inner Vitality Chiropractic, launched a community initiative to support local non-profits including Harvest Farm (an outreach of Denver Rescue Mission). In lieu of a typical cost for service structure, he implemented a donation-for-service model. Patrons seeking services at Inner Vitality are not charged a fee for their initial consultation and evaluation. Instead, patients designate the amount of donation and corresponding non-profit they would like to support.
To learn more, visit: innervitalitychiropractic.com.