DENVER (CBS4)– It’s a President’s Day tradition, when top leaders in Colorado take some time away from the office to give back. They volunteered at the Denver Rescue Mission to serve lunch.
Among the business leaders taking part, Denver Broncos President and CEO Joe Ellis and Tami Door with the Downtown Denver Partnership.READ MORE: When I See A 50% Chance Of Rain In The Forecast, What Does That Really Mean?
The mission says any and all help is welcome. The organization values their volunteers and count on them. Everyone is encouraged to get involved.READ MORE: Colorado Weather: Monsoon Storms Return Sunday, But Focus Shifts A Bit West
“It seems to me that the need just continues to be great. We could not continue do this work without the wonderful community that we live in,” said Denver Rescue Mission President and CEO Brad Meuli.
The Denver Rescue Mission serves three meals a day, every day of the year. That’s more than 900,000 meals a year!MORE NEWS: Boat Ramps Closed At Three Western Slope Reservoirs, Closures Expected At Blue Mesa As Water Level Drops
CBS4 has partnered with the Denver Rescue Mission to Spread the Warmth this winter. We’re bringing the community together for Coloradans experiencing homelessness. Find out how to help at CBSDenver.com/SpreadtheWarmth/.