Non-Profit Partners

Providence Network: Service Day

We are partnering with The Providence Network!

The Providence Network is a Denver based non-profit that uses a holistic approach to meet the needs of men, woman, and families suffering from abuse, addiction, and homelessness. The organization was founded in 1988 and has been changing lives ever since. It works closely with struggling individuals by offering physical, emotional, spiritual and economic assistance. They meet physical needs by housing individuals in 2-year transitional homes and long term affordable homes. These housing options are equipt with 24/7 live in staff. This staff is trained to build community within the houses, support healthy behavior and teach valuable skills.

In an exciting new development, the Providence Network recently purchased a house to expand their mission. Located at 357 Broadway, this location is currently in being renovating to be able to adequately welcome 18 youth and 9 mentors at a time. We have been working hard to connect Providence Network with some of our sponsors to ease the economic burden. Ultimate, our goal is to save Providence Network over 100,000 dollars.

2014 Statistics From Providence Network:

  • According to local service providers, nearly 1,000 homeless youth live on the streets in Denver on any given night
  • Our two FirstStep homes, Providence House and Joy House, served 50 adults and 18 children
  • 84% of residents achieved sobriety and employment during their first 3 months in the program, while 16% left due to program violations
  • Our two NextStep homes, Victory House and Clausen House, served 63 adults and 18 children
  • 76% of adults were employed full-time, 18% were in school and employed, and 6% were on disability or social security

Are you interested in leading a hand? Our service day is set for September 23rd and we are amped! We are hoping to get about 50 volunteers. We will most likely be assisting in the following ways:

  • Asphalt
  • Cabinets and counter tops.
  • Landscaping/Irrigation
  • Refinishing wood flooring
  • Building a metal fence/metal work
  • Carpentry work for windows
  • Staining a deck
  • Painting
  • Finishing work

This volunteer experience is unique because our volunteers will be working alongside the youth that will be living in the house. This collaborative effort will be one of a kind!

If you would like to learn more about Providence Network visit them at

If you are interested in learning more information or signing up to volunteer please RSVP to our event on Facebook.


Sox Place // Creative Solutions for Sustainability

Sox Place is a non-profit that is near and dear to our heart! We’ve filmed a short documentary and built a new website for them in order that they can continue to reach out to the homeless and at-risk youth in the Denver area. It’s been such a fun story to tell!

Sox Place creates sustainable change by providing employment, one-on-one mentorship and job training opportunities for homeless and at-risk youth. These skills are invaluable to breaking the ruthless cycle of homelessness. The building also functions as a drop-in center for struggling youth to gain food, clothing, shelter, meaningful relationships and more. The program is fully funded by a hand screen printing business that is rapidly growing. 

If you (or a friend) are looking for a reliable and cool printing company with a good cause, contact Sox Place (information below) to place an order and get involved in the life-changing work they’re doing here in Denver!

Benten Woodring // // 719.334.9048
Visit Sox Place on Facebook!

Mile High Ministries

One of our favorite projects from this past year was filming for Mile High Ministries’ new building grand opening!

Mile High Ministries is a inter-denominational, non-profit organization based out of Denver, CO dedicated to mobilizing communities and equipping leaders for God’s transformational work among the poor. They have a big vision that poverty can be eradicated, a new generation can rise up to take the lead, children can be led out of misfortune, peace can come to those who need it most, and relationships can be formed in the most unlikely of places. They also have many collaborative partnerships throughout the city. Their main focus is centered on four programs:

Isachar: a center for urban leadership // Denver Urban Semester: a cross-cultural training experience for college students from non-urban environments // JAMLAC (The Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic):  a legal resource for victims of daily hardship and cruelty // Joshua Station: a transitional housing program for homeless families

This only scratches the surface of what’s going on over at Mile High!  To learn more about Mile High Ministries, what they are doing, and how you can get involved, please visit their website at or visit  their Facebook at