Finding a New Home :: The Family Refugee Services Program

While many are familiar with the Mission’s emergency services and long-term programs, fewer are aware of how the Mission serves refugee families in the Denver area. Arrival in the United States certainly provides a degree of security for those fleeing turmoil, however a new home brings new struggles for employment, affordable housing, and healthy community. […]

Faces of The Mission :: Shavon

  “Everyone has a story of why we’re here…it’s not like what everyone thinks. Not everyone is homeless because we’re doing drugs or drinking; not everyone is like that. Not everyone in this situation is here because we want to be, or because we have a habit. Like for me, I don’t do drugs. I […]

Hope and Helping Hands :: Harvest Farm’s Mission Trip to Whiteclay

  Like most visitors to Whiteclay, Nebraska and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, New Life Program (NLP) participant Kris Wise was shocked by the alcoholism and poverty that plagues the local Native American community. Every year, NLP participants at Harvest Farm go on a mission trip to Whiteclay to serve and minister to the Lakota […]

Faces of The Mission :: Thomas

“I woke up to a girl screaming.” Thomas says. “I sat up to see what was going on, to see where [the screaming] was coming from. She was getting beat on. Two of my friends bolted over to help her. Then, more guys came running from the side and started jumping on my friends. I […]

Shrinking But Still Growing :: An Update From Harvest Farm

This past November, our beloved Garden Supervisor Kelly Ballantyne resigned from Harvest Farm so that he and his family could pursue some new and interesting opportunities up in Alaska. During Kelly’s time here, our garden took on a life of its own and became one of the most integral aspects of our operation. We were […]

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