There's Still Time To Donate Turkeys So Everyone Can Enjoy ThanksgivingThanksgiving is only a few days away and the Denver Rescue Mission is asking the community to donate turkeys, to help others in need this holiday season.
New Denver Playground Gives Kids Much Needed EscapeMore than 60 children at The Crossing are getting an updated playground and courtyard area to enjoy with their families as they seek to stabilize their lives toward self-sufficiency. Denver Rescue Mission unveiled the new outdoor space with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday evening.
Help Fill Every Table For Thanksgiving, HolidaysEvery Thanksgiving, the Denver Rescue Mission sets a goal to collect 15,000 turkeys for people in need.
Broncos Rookies Waste No Time Reaching Out To The CommunityAs the Super Bowl champion Broncos were being honored by President Obama at the White House, the rookies who didn't make the trip were busy out in the community.
Less Fortunate Children Get A Chance To Christmas Shop For Their ParentsAt the Denver Rescue Mission children played Santa and went shopping for their parents on Saturday.
Denver Rescue Mission Opening Additional Shelter Beds During Cold SnapThe 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 Rescue Mission Continues To Make A DifferenceChristmas is supposed to be a magical time for children and their families but the economic downturn means some of those families are struggling just to stay together.
KYGO Broadcasts 'Feed The Need' From The CrossingHundreds of Denver metro area families will get to have Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the kindness of strangers.
Denver Rescue Mission Reaches Lofty Goal Of 10,000 TurkeysAfter being worried they would fall well short of the amount of turkeys donated to give to families in need, the Denver Rescue Mission announced Monday they have surpassed their goal of getting 10,000 turkeys.
Denver Rescue Mission Well Short Of The Turkeys It NeedsThe Denver Rescue Mission anticipates it'll need about 10,000 turkeys by Thanksgiving, which is just over a week away. Right now there are less than 1,000 in the freezers.