The GIVE Center, located at the Richard T. Castro Human Services Center, provides free, essential services and items to Denver residents in need, including families, foster youth, and people experiencing homelessness.
GIVE Center Closed on January 23, 2020
Please be advised that our GIVE Center will be closed on Thursday, January 23. The GIVE Center will re-open on Monday, January 27 at 9 a.m.
If you are in need of immediate resources, please contact Mile High United Way's 2-1-1- Help Center by calling 2-1-1- or visiting unitedwaydenver.org/2-1-1.
Our GIVE Center is open to all Denver residents in need of essential items or services. No referral is needed and you do not need to be a Denver Human Services customer.
We can connect you to essential hygiene items such as:
Customers are limited to five hygiene items per month and 10 emergency diapers and wipes once every 90 days.
Additionally, we can also provide referrals to community partners for additional services, fee waivers for Colorado state IDs and birth certificates, and more.
Customers may visit the GIVE Center once per month for services, including hygiene items and resource navigation. Customer may visit as often as needed for New Eyes for the Needy assistance.
Our resource navigators serve as liaisons between our customers and community partners. We refer clients to community-based resources, including:
We're located on the first floor of the Richard T. Castro Human Services Center, located at 1200 Federal Blvd.
We offer walk-in services Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
By volunteering with us, you’ll be helping foster, homeless and disadvantaged children, veterans, individuals, and families. Additionally, you will contribute to making Denver a better place to live. We have various volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
We are funded completely by donations – we need you to keep our shelves full of necessities for your neighbors in need. Donations are tax deductible and are accepted any time of the year.
Currently, the items we are in most need of are:
Monetary donations are always welcome. Your tax-deductible contributions allow us to meet our clients’ emergency needs onsite if we’re running low on donated goods. Click here to make a monetary donation online, or you may mail checks, payable to Denver Human Services, to:
1200 Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
In addition, we carry out three annual drives — Spring Showers Hygiene Drive (May), Adopt-a-Student School Supply Drive (July-August), and Adopt-a-Family, Teen, or Senior Holiday Gift Drive (November-December) — to provide gifts and supplies to children and families receiving assistance from Denver Human Services. Keep your eye on our social media channels and this website for additional information on how to participate in these seasonal donation drives.
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If you need help with basic or emergency needs after hours or on weekends, our CARE Center may be able to help.
Get legal information on family law and court issues at our monthly Family Law Open Forum.
See other opportunities for volunteering.
See organizations in our community where you can donate food, clothing, and household items in our Be a Giver guide. [PDF]
Outside Denver: 720-913-1311
TTY Service: 720-913-8479