Lunch/Breakfast Project Details

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Capitol Hill United Ministries (CHUM) and the Women's Homelessness Initiative (WHI) is working with eight beneficiary agencies, including Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Outreach, The Delores Project, Denver Public Library Outreach, EarthLinks, St. Francis Center Outreach, SFC/Barnum Safe Outdoor Space (SOS), Urban Peak, and Warren Residences. Please Note: As of July 1, the SOS has moved to Federal Blvd. & 2nd Avenue.  Scroll down for details!

Lunch and Breakfast Site Information

 

The assigned number of lunches should be delivered to the designated agency by 10:30 a.m. on your assigned day. Breakfasts for EarthLinks should be delivered on Sundays by 4:00 p.m. (Scroll down for lunch and breakfast instructions and ideas.)

The Delores Project (Sundays) - 30 Lunches

1290 King St.

Denver, CO 80204

Contact: 303-534-5411

There is a small parking area. Ring the bell at the entry door. *Please label items regarding ingredients (i.e. "contains gluten," "nut-free," etc.)

EarthLinks (Sundays) - 50 Breakfasts

Deliver to Diana Flahive

624 Lafayette.

Denver, CO 80218

Call 303-832-4188 or text 303-257-8588 before you come.

Denver Public Library (DPL) Outreach (Mondays) - 50 Lunches

10 W. 14th Avenue Parkway

Denver, CO 80204

Contact: Brianne Hanson, 303-968-9019, bhanson@denverlibrary.org

Pull up on the 13th Avenue side (south side of the building). Call 720-865-1326 to reach the workroom. Someone will answer and your lunches will then be retrieved by a staff member. Lunches can be dropped off anytime after 9:00 a.m.

St. Francis Center (SFC) Outreach (Tuesdays & Thursdays) - 50 Lunches

2314 Broadway

Denver, CO 80205

Contact: Jim Boberschmidt, 303-472-4924 (cell)

Please text Jim when you arrive. This location is a little tricky to navigate. There is parking available in the small lot at the “Love This City/Denver” mural, accessible from Arapahoe St.

Urban Peak (Wednesdays) - 20 Lunches

1630 S. Acoma St.

Denver, CO 80223

Contact: Ben Kinghorn, 303-974-2908 or 303-974-2904 

Park in the Urban Peak parking lot, go to the wooden fence, and ring the doorbell. Staff will let you in and take the lunches.

Warren Residences* (Thursdays) - 50 Lunches

1630 E 14th Ave (14th and Gilpin)

Denver, CO 80218

Contact: Susan Vaho, 303-638-5032

Park on 14th Ave. and go to the door at the end of the ramp. If you ring the doorbell, someone should answer. You can also call Susan at the number above. (*Please be sure to deliver lunches to Warren Residences, and NOT Warren Village.)

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) Outreach (Fridays) - 70 Lunches
(Sign up to deliver all 70 by signing up for both slots, or choose to provide 35.)

2100 Broadway - alley

Denver, CO 80205

The best thing is to park at the head of the alley along Broadway, between Stout and Champa (between the red brick Coalition building at 2100 Broadway and a small brick house at 2120 Broadway). The front door to the building is on Broadway and they should usually have helpers around to unload.

Contact: Grace and Ronae, 303-297-4091

NEW LOCATION! SFC/Barnum Safe Outdoor Space (SOS) (Saturdays) - 60 Lunches

221 Federal Blvd

Denver, CO 80219

Located on the west side of Federal Blvd at 2nd Avenue.

Contact: Ian Stitt, 303-472-4523 (mobile) or  720-731-3348 (24-hour site phone), Ian@sfcdenver.org

If for any reason you get no response at your delivery site, call Diana at 303-832-4188 or 303-257-8588, or bring your lunches to another site above or to St. Francis Center at 2323 Curtis.

Lunch suggestions and instructions:

  • Individually, well-wrapped (in plastic) plain cheese sandwiches, lunchmeat and cheese, PB&J (although some have PB&J fatigue), or be creative. Instead of using bread, consider providing wraps.

  • Other items you might want to include: a piece of fruit (not apples as they're hard on teeth) or fruit cups, a snack, like chips, pretzel, nuts, etc., maybe something sweet, a napkin, something to drink.

  • Please place lunches in brown paper bags and mark them to indicate the type of sandwich inside.

  • Make sure you label any food items with garlic, gluten, or meat.

  • Please do not make sandwiches more than two days ahead of time or, according to health advisory, they will be thrown away.

  • The assigned number of lunches should be delivered to the designated agency by 10:30 a.m. on your assigned day.

Breakfast suggestions:

  • Full loaves of breakfast breads (NOT sliced or individually-wrapped), like banana or cranberry-orange, and/or muffins, and fruit, such as mini-oranges and/or bananas, for 50 people.

  • Please deliver breakfasts to Diana's porch by 4:00 p.m. on your assigned Sunday.

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