Trinity partners with local organizations in the Denver area. Interested in serving? Contact Deb Meyer for upcoming opportunities!
Capitol Hill Community Services
Capitol Hill Community Services fulfills its mission by serving hot lunches at different locations in central Denver throughout the week. Our hot meals are based on donated community food and are prepared with the appreciation that this may be someone’s only meal of the day.
In addition to very good and nutritious meals, we also serve dignity and respect to our clients. With a greeting table, individual placements and some music, we try to make the meal something more than a soup kitchen experience. Our hot lunches offer a temporary refuge from hard life on the streets and an opportunity to experience some kindness.
CHCS offers a hot lunch at Trinity weekly on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 11:30am.
As Denver's frontline anti-hunger organization, Metro Caring builds equity by nourishing neighbors, providing tools to thrive and fostering community. Metro Caring uses a holistic approach to meet people’s immediate need for nutritious food while also sustainably addressing the root causes of hunger. Metro Caring offers innovative programming in Healthy Foods Access, Nutrition Education and Cooking Classes, ID Procurement and Utilities Assistance, and Seeds for Success job-readiness coaching and training.
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver builds and sells homes to hard-working people in need of decent and affordable housing. Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.
Habitat was founded on the conviction that everyone deserves a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all. Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has served more than 800 families throughout its 39-year history in Denver.
Read: "Groundbreaking at Swansea Homes" | March 2019
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is excited to begin construction on Swansea Homes, a new 32-home affordable homeownership development being built in Denver’s Elyria Swansea neighborhood. Learn more here!
Read: "Growing up Habitat" | Published on Denverite.com, February 8, 2019
St. Francis Center
St. Francis Center (SFC) is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.
St. Francis Center’s programs and services are tailored toward adult women and men, and focus on daytime shelter, social services, health and wellness, housing, employment, and outreach. At SFC, guests* have the opportunity work with a variety of specialists, depending on their individual needs, which is often the first step toward transformation and ultimately self-sufficiency.
The Center is a collaborative leader in creating a safe, healthy, inclusive, equitable, and affirming Colorado for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people.
GLBT Community Center of Colorado (The Center) opened in 1976 and over the years has grown to become the largest community center in the Rocky Mountain region, giving voice to Colorado's all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community and playing a pivotal role in statewide initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination. Today we are focused on fulfilling our mission by ensuring that every member of the LGBTQ community has access to the programs and resources they need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.
We Don't Waste
We Don’t Waste was founded in 2009 in an effort to address these important issues. Today, they are one of the largest food recovery organizations in Colorado.
By focusing on perishable items including fresh produce, lean proteins and dairy products, WDW supplements food provided by food assistance programs with fresh food reclaimed from their food donors. This allows the recipient organizations to consistently serve the hungry with healthy and wholesome meals without increasing their operating costs.
Since 2009, We Don't Waste has recovered over 28,000,000 meals for the hungry.