Offers wraparound services to empower communities, support personal transformations, and create self-sustaining lifestyles for those who are most vulnerable. The aim is to equip clients with the skills and resources they need to break the cycle of poverty.
"Welcoming and empowering people in need through support, determination, and community."
In the 1950's churches that had historically provided human services to those in poverty in Denver began following their congregations to the suburbs, creating a gap in resources for those in need. To fill this gap, a coalition of churches formed a network of nonprofit inner city parishes across the country. The Denver Inner City Parish was founded in 1960, and currently operates as a non-sectarian human services nonprofit, offering food pantries, seniors programs, top-notch education, counseling services/resource connection, community engagement, and more to help lift people out of poverty.
Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson counties