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ALTERNATIVES PREGNANCY CENTER
Serving Denver area women, Alternatives seeks to educate clients and youth about abstinence before marriage and give those with an unplanned pregnancy an alternative to abortion. In addition, women with conflicted emotions about a past abortion are helped through post-abortion support groups.
JUSTICE AND MERCY LEGAL AID CLINIC
Founded in 2006, JAMLAC is a faith-based, non-profit law firm that provides a safe and confidential resource for victims from daily hardship and cruelty. Full-time attorneys, paralegals, interns and volunteers manage approximately 50 active cases each week. Last year, JAMLAC provided civil legal services to over 800 indigent clients, 97% of whom were victims of domestic abuse.
Love In the Name of Christ is a national ministry connecting people in need with the most appropriate resources who can provide help. Volunteers listen and connect individuals in need with agencies, non-profits, and church ministries that can best assist them.
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NORTH LITTLETON PROMISE
North Littleton Promise builds life-giving relationships with immigrant children and their families and mobilizes local partners to transform the northeast Littleton neighborhood through Christ.
SAVE OUR YOUTH
Save Our Youth transforms the lives of at-risk youth through mentor relationships, providing the skills for success in educational, emotional, and spiritual development. Become a mentor today!
SEVERE WEATHER SHELTER
The SWS Network partners with other community organizations to provide emergency, overnight shelter on life-threatening winter nights for individuals living on the streets of our communities.
BRIDGE OF HOPE
We serve single mothers and their children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Greater Denver area. Families that we partner with benefit from a network of Christian faith volunteers, rental assistance, and intensive case management as they work to achieve self-sufficiency.
Project reCYCLE was founded in 2010 to provide smiles to children all over Colorado via a bicycle. That has not changed today. Our first run at this venture led us to create a program that would not only guarantee smiles but would also influence children’s academic behavior in a positive manner. As part of our Dream Bike Program, Gold-Participant Children, during their academic year, are encouraged to earn a bike by improving in 3 areas; Respect, Attendance, and Academic Growth.
GraceFull is a breakfast and lunch community cafe in downtown Littleton. GraceFull’s mission is to bring people together over a fresh meal while providing opportunities to build new connections and find inspiration for serving their own community and world. Operations are staffed mainly by volunteers and we also focus on community outreach programs through our related non-profit entity, GraceFull Foundation.