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You can make a difference to a family in crisis!

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Adopt a Family this year by donating GIFT CARDS! Help our families purchase gifts for their children this holiday season.


Families without a home face more than just losing a place to live. Their crisis is often aggravated by the personal pain of domestic violence, job loss, or a critical illness in the family.

Often called the “hidden homeless”, families do not often show up at the places where the homeless are counted, such as emergency shelters or tent camps. Instead they are often living out of their cars, preparing to flee an abusive situation, or “couch surfing” day to day with friends and relatives.

Many of these families come to us with nothing and your support means these families can rebuild their lives. Please select above how you would like to help – through your time, talent or treasure. Thank you!

Your gift will transform lives!  There are several ways to give money.  See the options below.

Ways to Donate

If you’re considering a gift of $250 or more, please see information about the Enterprise Zone and Child Care tax credits on the Give Money page.

Partners in Housing abides by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Ethics and Donor Bill of Rights. We never sell or share donors’ information with any other agency, company, or person. If you ever have any questions about how your donation is used or how your information is stored, please do not hesitate to contact Development Manager, Dianne Reitan at (719) 325-5830.

Donate Online:  Have your credit card ready and follow this link to the Online Donation Portal.

Donate by Mail:  Print and fill out the Donation Form and mail it to Partners in Housing, 455 Gold Mesa Heights, Colorado Springs, CO  80906.

Donate by Phone:  Call Dianne Reitan at (719) 325-5830.  We accept most major credit cards.

Donate by Bequest:  see the sample bequest form and visit with your accountant or attorney:

  • Remember PIH in your will, estate or retirement plan and leave a lasting legacy for homeless families!  Naming Partners in Housing as a beneficiary is simple and has lasting effect.
  • Legacy giving does not take great wealth.  Naming PIH as a beneficiary of a will, trust or retirement plan is a simple way to make a gift that otherwise may not have seemed possible.  By designating PIH, you can give the gift of a lifetime!
  • We are honored by the foresight and generosity of donors who make a legacy gift. For more information please contact the Development Manager, Dianne Reitan at (719) 325-5830.

No matter how you do it, when you make a donation, you can walk besides our families on their path to self-sufficiency. Together we can transform lives. Thank you!