Immigrant & Refugee Resources
Please help support our new American neighbors that have fled war and dangerous living conditions.
Seeking new and gently used men's, women's and children's pants, sweatshirts, shoes, winter coats, sports bras and new socks and undergarments.
If you have any of the following items in CLEAN and GOOD condition, please send a picture of the item to the contact below. Once the items are approved you will be given instructions on where the items can be taken. Contact: Yoli Casas at 720-377-8019 or email@example.com
Beds or even simply mattresses that are clean and in good shape for kids and adults
Bed linens, including blankets
Tables and chairs
Kitchen items such as pots and pans, mixing spoons, bowls, etc.
Please contact Alison Glover at firstname.lastname@example.org with Colorado Hosting Asylum Network (CHAN) if you would like to donate gift cards.
Serves nonprofit partners who are supporting migrants with resource navigation, shelter, and other services.
Mail checks to (include "Newcomers Fund" in the memo):
Become a Hosting Host
While newly arriving immigrant families work to get established in Colorado, they often need a soft spot to land until they can get on their own feet and secure their own place. We are looking for families or individuals willing to host them in their home, or a home they may own. Both short term and mid-term hosts are needed.
JustServe - Volunteer with the City and County of Denver, helping to support Migrants. Needs are continually changing. The most current opportunities are listed at: www.justserve.org/denver
Colorado Hosting Asylum Network (CHAN) - Contact Community Engagement Director at email@example.com
Welcome Corps - An opportunity for residents of the United States to form Private Sponsor Groups and welcome a refugee. Visit: www.welcomecorps.org
Uniting for Ukraine (U4U) Program - The opportunity to sponsor a known Ukrainian individual(s). Visit: www.uscis.gov/ukraine
Welcome.US - A national program to support broad-based welcoming of newcomers, they have a variety of resources, from an FAQ and training resources to a platform to help interested U.S. sponsors identify someone they can sponsor. Visit: www.welcome.us