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Capitol Hill United Ministries

Women's Homelessness Initiative

Volunteer, Participate, Donate

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Capitol Hill United Ministries

The mission of Capitol Hill United Ministries (CHUM) is to be a spiritual presence and resource in the inner city of Denver, to practice hospitality, to advocate for our neighbors in need, and to strengthen and sustain our member communities, particularly through effective communication and cooperation, enhancing the ministry of all.

Women's Homelessness Initiative

The Women's Homelessness Initiative is a consortium of faith-based organization working together to give sanctuary and hospitality every night to women who would be on our streets. What WHI offers is a chance to have these women – our women – be known, heard and cared for with compassion, dignity, respect and presence of heart.

You Can Help Today

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Get Involved

The current health crisis has been difficult for everyone in the world. However, it may not be more difficult for anyone than it is for homeless women. Like so many others, the Women's Homelessness Initiative and our corps of volunteers have been forced to pivot from the work we've done since 2012 to provide safe places for homeless women in Denver to sleep. Instead, most weeks we provide support in the form of generous donations of crucial supplies to countless agencies and organizations throughout the city.

Needed Now

Each week during the pandemic, we collect items for local agencies. Find out what we need this week and how you can help.

Workshops

Join the movement for nonviolence, write letters of support to create safe outdoor spaces for Denver's unhoused and more.

Volunteer

Learn how you can make a difference as a volunteer for CHUM/WHI.

Our Book

Exposure: Homelessness through the lens of art & poetry. The book invites you on a journey from judgment to transformation.

If we allow our eyes to meet and say, "Hello," those who seem invisible become visible for just one moment.

From Exposure: Homelessness through the lens of art & poetry