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Marisol Family St. James experiences electrical fire – closed indefinitely

In February 2024, an electrical fire damaged Marisol Family St. James. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but the space was significantly damaged and diapers and other items burned. As a result, St. James is closed indefinitely. But there is good news! We continue to serve clients through Marisol Miles and at our other nine locations. … Read more

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Ashley and Jordan's journey
When the couple lost their daughter to protective services, Ashley and Jordan were devastated. They went to Samaritan House for help to achieve sobriety, regain stability and start anew. Watch this video about their story.

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Las Posadas celebration with families at Samaritan House 

Last December, Samaritan House transformed conference rooms and common areas into places of shelter and safety for dozens of migrants who had just arrived in Denver. Since the influx fell around Christmastime, staff did their best to adapt to what the holidays may have felt like in their respective countries. To commemorate, they put together … Read more

Home for the holidays

Moving into a new home can be an overwhelming experience, especially when you’re on a fixed income. For the residents of the St. Valentine supportive housing complex in Loveland, Colorado, those “little” things that add up were taken care of. Thanks to the tireless efforts of building coordinator Rob, all 54 units at St. Valentine’s … Read more

25th Anniversary of Adopt-A-Family matches over 4000 individuals in Denver

Over 4000 individuals will have gifts under their Christmas tree this year. The 25th anniversary of Adopt-A-Family was hugely successful, matching thousands of donors with families seeking assistance this holiday season. Thank you for your overwhelming generosity. The joy and relief you have provided these families is invaluable. “It has become a tradition for us … Read more

Eucharistic Revival alive in form of charity at Notre Dame school

Eighth graders at Notre Dame Catholic School stepped up big this holiday season by extending the warmth of Jesus Christ to neighbors experiencing homelessness. When the school’s coat drive began last month, theology teacher Laura Gillette encouraged the students to connect with the Eucharistic Revival, a movement in the Catholic Church that is restoring the … Read more

St. John the Evangelist in Loveland rallies around Catholic Charities Housing

Loveland – the town, not the ski area – is known as the Sweetheart City with a long history of helping neighbors and welcoming strangers. The Catholic Church at the center of that tradition is St. John the Evangelist and parishioners there are turning the city’s reputation into reality for residents of Catholic Charities Housing’s … Read more

You are never too young to give back

Henry and William Gosbeth, two young brothers from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, recently spent their evening volunteering at Cathedral Plaza Apartments, a Catholic Charities Housing complex in Denver. Despite the fact they are only three and five years old, they were eager to help and spent time after school helping to prepare and … Read more

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