For the items that we currently do not accept, please consider donating your goods to our partner organizations listed below. These organizations provide our clients with vouchers to shop free of charge at their facilities.
ARC Thrift Store in Brighton
A Precious Child in Broomfield
Fort Lupton Food & Clothing Bank in Fort Lupton
For donations of food, CLICK HERE to download a list of local food pantries.
Donate items from our Amazon Wish List
You can purchase many of the items listed on our above wish list from the comfort of your couch and have them shipped directly to us!
You can also use Capital One Shopping to help you find the best prices on many of the items listed on our wish list. Use this FREE tool to compare prices across different retailers and secure the best deal possible - all while supporting the households we serve!
Donate your Vehicle
Avoid the costs of selling your used car and donate it to Almost Home! You’ll reduce your monthly/annual payments including vehicle registration, insurance, repairs, and reduce your taxable income!
Must have an engine and be towable
Signed Title Necessary
We accept boats, motorcycles, trucks and cars for donation
No smog certificate needed
You do not have to be present at time of vehicle pickup
Call 1-866-628-2277 to verify your vehicle’s eligibility
Please call 1-866-628-2277 before contacting Almost Home with your questions about eligibility and to schedule a pickup time. Visit our website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions.
Shelter Dinner Drop-Off
All clients at the shelter are responsible for purchasing and preparing their own meals. However, financial trouble and feeling unstable can lead to stress. An occasional warm meal would be a blessing for our clients as a way of relieving their day-to-day responsibilities for a moment.
To schedule a meal drop-off, contact the Housing Service Director, Delaney Coe OR contact email@example.com with any questions
Meal Preparations for SWAP:
Activation Days are when meals are needed most for attendees, as well as goody bags with snacks and other necessity items. This is perfect for our In-Home Volunteers to contribute cooked meals or items to help others make it through a night of severe weather. We do our best to make sure individuals that don’t receive a voucher are given at least dinner for the night.
Coordinate with firstname.lastname@example.org for drop-off or if you need items picked up. “Meal Preparations” shift will not be listed on the Volunteer Portal.
Donating Hot Food/Meals
This is a perfect shift for In-Home Volunteers to support our clients while they search for jobs and other housing in the safe spaces of our Shelter. While Shelter residents are responsible for their own meals, providing a home cooked meal for our residents is a huge relief on a day where preparing a meal for their family is the last thing on their mind after a long day.
Hot food MUST provide a meal for ALL residents of the Shelter, not just one family.
This is because it would be impossible to choose which family gets to enjoy a free meal while the other families watch them eat.
List any potential allergens in the meals to protect our residents.
Please pick-up your own tupperware/containers that carry the food, or it will be donated
Contact email@example.com for more information and to schedule a drop-off date and time
Making a “Welcome Basket” for new Shelter residents is an essential way to create an inviting atmosphere upon arrival. After being without a home for months, moving into a house or apartment is a major milestone for our clients. By helping us to fill the baskets, you can help give our clients a head start in their housing journey. We recommend donating new or in very gently used condition.
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