Denver’s Road Home
There’s been a lot of news about homelessness in Denver lately, but it’s time we break down the problem by breaking down the different groups that need our help.
The city of Denver is asking for help in the fight to end homelessness by offering a series of community meetings to focus on a new plan.
Travelers have donated more than $170,000 to the homeless over the past two years through a program that sets up spare change receptacles at security checkpoints at Denver International Airport.
Students who went to class at dozens of schools in Denver didn’t bother to get dressed on Thursday. They stayed in their pajamas all day but it’s all for a good cause.
Ice skaters in pajamas will take over the Southwest Rink at Skyline Park on Wednesday to bring attention to homelessness.
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.