Service Friday at Cafe 180

Giving Heart 4358 S. Broadway, Englewood, CO

A Stronger Cord volunteers gather for lunch and fellowship with others at Englewood’s Cafe 180. This is a wonderful spot on S. Broadway and Floyd that offers a meal to anyone, even if you can’t pay. This from Cafe 180 founder Catherine Clements: “We love food. We love our neighbors. And we’ve all relied on

Service Saturday at The Rising

The Rising in Arvada 7500 West 57th AveCO 80002, Arvada, CO

The Rising Church in Arvada has a homeless day shelter much like Englewood’s Giving Heart . and Denver’s Church in the City. Join us as we build relationships with those currently experiencing homelessness in Arvada. It’s through building trust that we can encourage others to realize there is a path off the streets, rivers and alleys

Service Monday at Cafe 180

Cafe 180 3315 S. Broadway, Englewood, CO

Each Monday from 11am-1pm A Stronger Cord volunteers gather for lunch and fellowship with others at Englewood’s Cafe 180. This is a wonderful spot on S. Broadway and Floyd that offers a meal to anyone, even if you can’t pay. This from Cafe 180 founder Catherine Clements: “We love food. We love our neighbors. And

ASC Monday at the Crossing

The Crossing 6090 E. Smith Road, Denver, CO

ASC activities shift to the Denver Rescue Mission’s “Crossing” facility in northeast Denver. There ASC works closely with men in the agency's "New Life Program" for exercise, relationship building and learning about future community service events. We have a good time sweating, bond and growing. We hear inspirational stories of folks on the comeback trail

VTC – Jeffco

Jefferson County Court House 100 Jefferson County Parkway, Golden, Colorado

Veterans’ Treatment Court (VTC) is one of seven “problem-solving” courts in Jefferson and Gilpin Counties. The strategy is, instead of putting men and women in jail for crimes associated with substance abuse disorder, let’s get them into what is basically an outpatient rehabilitation program sanctioned by the courts. A Stronger Cord encourages veterans of military

Service Tuesday at Giving Heart

Giving Heart 4358 S. Broadway, Englewood, CO

Giving Heart is another Change The Trend partner with A Stronger Cord. Each Tuesday and Thursday from 11am-2pm, the wonderful non profit hosts a day shelter for those experiencing homelessness. Giving Heart’s mission is to intentionally engage in relationships with those entangled in poverty by being God’s hands and feet, by building transformational relationships while

Service Wednesday at Church in City

Church in the City 1580 Gaylord Street, Denver

Each Wednesday morning at Church in the City/Beth Abraham, A Stronger Cord hosts the church’s “Morning Manna.” It’s a time to engage those experiencing homelessness and encourage them to try a different path. There’s music, conversation, devotion, food and lots of sports talk. Most of those we serve are men. Guess what? Whether you’re black, white

ASC South at All Soul’s in Englewood

All Soul's School 4950 S. Logan Street, Englewood, CO

The ASC Knuckleheads invite you to join us for a community outreach movement designed to unite communities with pro-social activities. Let’s be honest folks, we have become too divided as a nation. Why not build a stronger cord to one another with wellness? Each Wednesday at All Soul’s we have a moderate exercise program, followed

Service Thursday at Giving Heart

Giving Heart 4358 S. Broadway, Englewood, CO

Giving Heart is another Change The Trend partner with A Stronger Cord. Each Tuesday and Thursday from 11am-2pm, the wonderful non profit hosts a day shelter for those experiencing homelessness. Giving Heart’s mission is to intentionally engage in relationships with those entangled in poverty by being God’s hands and feet, by building transformational relationships while

Service Friday at Cafe 180

Giving Heart 4358 S. Broadway, Englewood, CO

A Stronger Cord volunteers gather for lunch and fellowship with others at Englewood’s Cafe 180. This is a wonderful spot on S. Broadway and Floyd that offers a meal to anyone, even if you can’t pay. This from Cafe 180 founder Catherine Clements: “We love food. We love our neighbors. And we’ve all relied on