Alternative Gifts for Mother's Day

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Trinity's Missions Committee will have a variety of gift items available for purchase at the Alternative Gifts Table on Sunday, May 7. The jewelry, food and craft items are products of local nonprofit organizations whose mission is to empower and transform the lives of the underserved. You will find gift ideas from:

Purple Door Coffee

Purple Door Coffee is a speciality espresso bar and coffee company in Denver that employs teens and young adults who have been homeless and want to leave homelessness behind.


Earthlinks provides a work program for people who are homeless and low income to learn skills and create Earth-friendly products that sustain the people and the planet. Handmade beeswax soaps and flower bowls are some of the items available.

The Gathering Place

The Card Project provides an opportunity to showcase and sell artists' creations while providing a safe and supportive environment to be expressive. The Gathering Project is Denver's only daytime drop-in center for women, children and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty or homelessness.

Trinity's Second Century Foundation

You can make a donation in honor or memory of a loved one to the Second Century Foundation, which serves people in need in the downtown and metro Denver area by providing financial resources to outreach programs.

Trinity SOS

Save our Siblings, a ministry of Trinity, will offer handmade items that will support the outreach this group provides to nonprofits working to end the commercial exploitation of people, better known as slavery or human trafficking.