Learn How You Can Make a Difference Today.

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You can support Partners in Housing by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and by signing up for our Newsletter! When you’re connected, stay engaged by liking and sharing posts with your community!

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You can sign up to support Partners in Housing with King Soopers Community Rewards or Walmart’s Spark Good Round Up Program today! This is a quick and easy way to give while you’re on the go!

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Check out our cause buckets that support families in our one-year transitional Family Self-Sufficiency Program! You can donate toward welcoming families, repairing vehicles, or supporting a newborn!

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Check out our list of volunteer positions and get signed up to become a weekly volunteer! One of the most valuable ways community members can support Partners in Housing is by giving time!

Host a Facebook Fundraiser

Facebook Fundraisers are a GREAT way to support families experiencing homelessness at no cost to you! On your birthday, Facebook will prompt you to create a fundraiser in support of a cause you care about. Whether it’s your birthday or it’s just a good day to give, please consider hosting a fundraiser in support of Partners in Housing!

To get more information, please visit here.

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Host a Q+A Presentation

Partners in Housing gives presentations at schools, churches, events, club meetings, workplaces, and more! Talks can range from 10-30 minutes based on preference, along with time for questions and answers. If you would like to have us share our mission with your community, let us know!

To get scheduled, visit here.

Build a Basket

Partners in Housing accepts new items for baskets and bags gifted to families!  Baskets are put together when a family enters our Self Sufficiency Program, or when a family has completed their year-long stay with us. We also put together gift bags when a child is born in the program, or to celebrate the life of a child on their birthday.

To get the details on what is in each basket, how to donate towards this cause, or how to put one together yourself, visit here.

Flat Tire Fund

The Flat Tire Fund ensures that Partner families have reliable transportation, particularly during the harsh winter months. The fund will…

Give to a Cause Bucket

You can move families forward with our latest Cause Buckets!

Cause Buckets, set aside for particular funding purposes, are now available year-round and rotate seasonally. Cause Bucket funds are specifically for families in the Self Sufficiency Program, and offer support while they are working toward their goals during the year with us. This helps families focus their finances on paying off debts, raising their credit score, developing an emergency fund, and securing safe and stable housing upon graduation, while also providing positive experiences for their children.

Current Causes:

  • Happy Healthy Families 
  • Kids’ Gifts and Experiences
  • The Flat Tire Fund
  • Baby Basics
  • A Warm Welcome
  • Back to School

*Causes in bold are high-priority at this time!

To view our Cause Buckets and their full descriptions, visit here.

Get Informed

Partners in Housing is involved with the Pikes Peak Housing Network and the Family Solutions Collaborative, two local movements in support of affordable housing and a network of service providers helping families in the Pikes Peak Region. We highly encourage community members to invest time learning about these critical issues in our community.

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Leave A Legacy

“Who would have thought? I don’t come from a rich family or a big inheritance, but I have a personal service commitment, like so many people…and now I can make a gift I never would have believed possible.” Partners in Housing offers several ways to give by bequest through stocks, QCDs, Real Estate, and more.

To learn more about legacy giving, visit here.

Coordinate a Drive

Families are in need of essentials such as hygiene products, cleaning supplies, and food during their year with us while they are working toward self-sufficiency!

To host a drive for these high-priority items in your neighborhood, school, church, or workplace, fill out our “Coordinate a Drive” form and our Volunteer and In-Kind Donation Coordinator, Tarin, will get back to you with details on how to move forward. All items are offered to families for free through our two donation centers.

Ridgeview Elementary School: Holiday Food Drive 2022