Get involvedFind out what you can do to help Denver's Road Home end homelessness.
Ending Homelessness. Restoring Hope.
There are a variety of opportunities for individuals, businesses and community organizations to help Denver’s Road Home and Mile High United Way make a difference in the lives of homeless and at-risk individuals and families.
All Volunteer Opportunities
Dial 2-1-1 to speak with a call center specialist who can help you find a volunteer opportunity with agencies providing services for homeless individuals and families in our community.
Homeless Commission Meetings
These meetings are open to the public in an effort to involve the community fully in Denver's Road Home.
The next Homeless Commission Meeting is scheduled for November 19, 2013 at Denver Human Services from 3:00-5:00pm.
Employment Subcommittee meets the third Friday of every month from 9:30-11 at various locations.
Shelter Subcommittee meets the fourth Monday of each month from 1-3pm at Cornerstone at St. Francis Center. Updates are sent via email.
Youth and Families Subcommittee meets as needed at The Gathering Place. Updates are sent via email.
Please contact Linda.Orr@denvergov.org to be added to our mailing lists.
The next survey will take place in January 2014. Volunteers work with agency staff to help homeless individuals fill out a survey that helps establish what the needs are in our community as well as providing numbers needed for many grant and funding applications. For more information visit www.MDHI.org
We are happy to announce that PJ Day 2014 is set for February 6th! Hosted by Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Walter Isenberg, Evan Makovsky and the Residence Inn Denver City Center, PJ Day is an opportunity to remind ourselves that not everyone has a safe place to put on their pajamas and go to sleep at night. This event raises much needed funds to support the creation of a seamless system of care for our most vulnerable neighbors. Stay tuned for more details and sponsorship opportunities coming soon!
Learn more about PJ Day, our annual fundraiser.
Project Homeless Connect
Project Homeless Connect (PHC) 13 is a free event to link homeless and at-risk people and families to services such as basic health care, legal aid, jobs, food, clothing and more. Project Homeless Connect 13 took place on Tuesday, September 17 at the CO Convention Center. Over 1,400 homeless people and individuals facing homelessness gathered to access free services offered by nearly 100 organizations at Project Homeless Connect 13.
Sponsor a Donation Meter
This May, the Denver's Road Home donation meters will be replaced with Smart Meters capable of accepting credit cards. Sponsorships are $1,000 annually. Meters are located around town and the money raised is used to help Denver's homeless with a focus on mental health and substance abuse services.