Homelessness Charities and Organizations


National Alliance to End Homelessness – The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization whose sole purpose is to end homelessness in the United States. We use research and data to find solutions to homelessness; we work with federal and local partners to create a solid base of policy and resources that support those solutions; and then we help communities implement them.

Catholic Charities – Works to prevent homelessness by providing financial assistance and long-term support and strives to resolve issues that may lead to homelessness. From quality project real estate development to conducting homeless outreach, Catholic Charities sees the emotional, physical and financial toll being levied upon millions of families and individuals as a result of America’s affordable housing crisis.

Carpenters Shelter – Carpenter’s comprehensive continuum of care offers continuous services, aiding the chronically homeless and shelter residents through their transition back into independent living. We empower our clients to address the issues which led them to homelessness and provide the tools necessary to achieve lasting independence.

Common Bond Communities – We were founded in part as a response to racial and economic injustices in the communities we serve. Since the early 1970s, CommonBond Communities has provided homes and supportive services for those most in need. Now, nearly 50 years later, injustices clearly still exist and our mission is more relevant than ever.

Robin Hood Foundation – As an organization focused on creating economic mobility for families in poverty, we see every day how structural racism impedes progress. We must do all in our power to confront and dismantle these systems and create lasting change.

Warren Village – Located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, Warren Village was established in 1974 when citizens and business professionals saw an influx in the number of single-parent families struggling to subsist. These community members wanted to build a program that would give these families a chance at economic independence.

Mercy House – Provides housing and comprehensive supportive services for a variety of homeless populations which includes families, adult men and women, mothers and their children, persons living with HIV/AIDS, individuals overcoming substance addictions, and some who are physically and mentally disabled.