Adopt-a-Program this Christmas

The staff and volunteers at Hope in Our City lead a number of initiatives to serve the refugees and immigrants of our city. To help and strengthen their funding, we are asking people to consider financially “adopting” a program or two.

Find an ornament on the Christmas tree at the Park Church building with the name of an initiative you’d like to support. Donate that amount with the volunteer nearby to help sustain the program, and then put the ornament on your own tree as a reminder to pray.

Adopt-a-Youth this Christmas

Youth for Christ’s Juvenile Justice Ministry builds authentic Christ-sharing relationships with Denver’s incarcerated youth through holistic services, creating a community of empowerment and kinship.

We’re partnering with them this season to help provide every young person within the system a gift and note around the holidays. We invite you, or you and your family, to adopt a youth this year. If you would like to purchase a small gift and/or write a note to one of Denver’s incarcerated youth, please email Natalie Baddour at

Hope for the Holidays

Several Events, November–December 2019

We need your support and influence to ensure we can serve more than 10,000 kids living in Denver’s poorest communities. Click Learn More below to see where you can serve and to register.

An Evening of Alternatives with Robia Scott

Thursday, February 20, 2020 • 6–9pm • The Wildlife Experience (10035 S. Peoria Street, Lone Tree, CO)

An Evening of Alternatives is the premier event in our annual Life: series. Our program, Life:Designed, promises an entertaining and engaging evening of fellowship, delicious food, the life testimony of our guest Robia Scott, and our compelling panel of staff and board educators. It’s a unique call to action for those like you who believe women and men in the Denver-metro area need what we provide—life-affirming Alternatives.

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