Denver’s Road Home
The parking meters used to collect donations for Denver’s homeless are going high tech.
You may see a lot of people still in their PJs on Thursday. It’s all part of PJ Day to raise money for Denver’s Road Home, an organization working to help get the homeless off the streets.
Denver’s mayor donned his best pajamas on Friday to get ready for next week’s “PJ Day” to raise money for Denver’s Road Home.
Seven years after embracing an ambitious plan to provide housing and job training for Denver’s homeless, the City Council voted 9-4 Monday to impose restrictions that opponents say will make it illegal to have no home.
Seven years after embracing an ambitious plan to provide housing and job training for Denver’s homeless, the city is poised Monday to impose restrictions that opponents – including Occupy protesters – say will make it illegal to have no home.
A city contract with the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless could be extended if the city council approves the allocation of $350,000.
The Denver Rescue Mission is providing overnight shelter for those who need it during what’s expected to be below zero temperatures Thursday overnight into Friday.
Denver dressed in their PJ’s Thursday to help the homeless in the Mile High City. The event began 6 years ago when Denver’s Road Home partnered with Residence Inn Denver City Center to host the first PJ Party.
PJ Day is a series of events where the Denver community helps raise money for Denver’s Road Home. People pay money to wear their PJ’s to work or even school and the money is then donated to help fund affordable, supportive housing for the homeless. The series of events includes other fun activites as well. To get involved, click here.