Give what you can, receive what you need...be humbled in light of the fact that no one can go it alone, take heart in the fact that no one here has to.
current Community Needs
Angelica Village Wish List
Amazon Wish List Link: http://a.co/h2oVNqe
At this time, our families need healthy ingredients that can be made into full meals. We gratefully accept perishable and non-perishable food items. Meats, eggs, rice, beans and easy to prepare foods are always at the the top of the list. Gift cards to Safeway, King Soopers or Costco are also welcome and greatly appreciated. To coordinate a grocery pick up or drop off please call or text Renata at 720.431.6712.
- Cleaning supplies
- Large Grill
- Clothes hampers
- Gift Cards to clothing or food stores
- Double bed
- Queen bed
- Twin and full bed sheets
If you have connections to any of the items above email us at email@example.com. Thank you for your consideration!
Saturday Dinner at the Virginia Home
All are welcome on Saturdays for a community dinner at the Virginia Homestead. Please RSVP via the Contact Link above by Thursday if you will be coming to dinner that week. Dinner starts around 5:30pm and is served potluck style.
Bring your time and talent!
We welcome folks with all backgrounds and interests and are currently specifically looking for a financial adviser, a break dance/hip hop teacher, youth mentors
We need individuals who are available for transportation to doctors appointments, school events, and shopping trips without much advance notice. If you have a flexible schedule and are interested in helping out in this way, please reach out via the Contact Link above.
Hire a Youth!
We have youth who are interested in working! We are looking for formal and informal settings and youth are interested in a range of tasks including yard work, house cleaning, car washes, babysitting, house painting, moving and so much more!
Enjoy spending time with the little ones? We need coverage mainly on Saturday and Sundays and some evenings!
Access To Housing
Have a basement apartment you want to rent out? Know someone who manages an apartment complex? Moved to a bigger home and want to rent your current one? We are always on the look-out for housing connections as our housing capacity is limited and we are in need of next-step housing options for our youth transitioning into adulthood, and our families who have stabilized and are ready to move beyond the immediate community.
Are you a property investor? Do you know an investor who is tackling the housing crisis in Denver? We are interested in partnering with folks who are eager to join us in our work and who are inspired by socially responsible investing or have an investment model that captures the three bottom lines of People, Planet and Profit.