Providence Network is a 501(c)3 Denver faith-based, urban transformational housing organization that helps men, women and families heal from addictions, abuse and homelessness to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community.
PROVIDE CRITICAL NEEDS
The shortage of food and supplies at grocery & discount stores (such as meat, baby formula, wipes and hand sanitizer) means that we find ourselves more dependent upon in-kind donations. Providence Network has specific needs during this time that would help us to provide better care to our residents. Please click the link below for more info. If you have other items to donate than we are listed, please reach out and I'll let you know if our homes will be able to use it.
MEAL DROP OFF
Because we are no longer having volunteers serve meals in the homes, there is an increased burden on our residents and live-in staff to prepare food. Having meals dropped off is not only a significant help to our staff and resident community, but it helps practically with the cost of food.
Helping people heal from homelessness, domestic violence and addiction is never an easy task, but it's been made even more challenging with the arrival of COVID-19. We are committed to continuing our services and are still offering housing, counseling, and other support services during this time. However, many of our residents were furloughed or are working reduced hours due to the shutdown of non-essential businesses. Because our residents' rent and program fees account for nearly 27% of our annual budget and help sustain our organization, this creates more financial need in the short term. We appreciate your help.