Current & Upcoming Service Opportunities
Joshua Station Community Dinner
Serve on Thursday, March 7
Joshua Station is a transformative 2-year program for families experiencing homelessness. Every Thursday, the community gathers for dinner. Throughout the year, St. Andrew organizes, cooks, and delivers the meal. Email to participate on March 7.
Keeping Our Neighbors Warm
Collection ends March 31
St. Andrew is partnering with Colorado Coalition for the Homeless by donating wool socks – an essential during cold winter months. Please drop off socks at St. Andrew’s Outreach Depot, or show the Amazon wishlist (items will be delivered straight to St. Andrew).
Save the Date: Big Serve
Saturday, May 4
Save the date for St. Andrew’s annual day of serving!
St. Andrew Market
The St. Andrew Market at the East Community Center is now open and we need your help stocking our shelves!
We are asking people to shop our most current ‘Donations Needed’ link below, grocery gift cards, monetary donations (for volunteers to be able to shop for fresh items the day before), paper, and hygiene products.
In addition to our normal grocery needs, February, March, and April we will be collecting cleaning supplies, trash bags, laundry detergent, and dish soaps.
We are looking for volunteers to shop for fresh items, transport donations from St. Andrew to the market, stock shelves, personal shoppers, and so much more! Please email us if you want to learn more and serve with us at the market.
St. Andrew Market at East Community Center
5933 South Fairfield Street
Littleton, CO 80120
Hours of operation
Thursdays • 9:30–11:30 am & 4:30–6 pm
Donations only accepted onsite
Tuesdays • 10 am–12 pm
St. Andrew will be helping families living at Ivy Crossings supplement their monthly food needs. Sort, prepare, and deliver monthly food bags to Warren Village! With children being home from school, family’s food needs go up. Join us as we help bridge the hunger gap!
St. Andrew Market
The St. Andrew Market at the East Community Center is asking for nonperishable/dry goods (rice, beans, peanut butter, etc), food items (NO CANNED FOOD AT THIS TIME), King Sooper gift cards, and monetary donations (for volunteers to be able to shop for fresh items the day before), paper and hygiene products. Please email us if you want to learn more and serve with us at the market. We are looking for volunteers to shop for fresh items, transport donations from St. Andrew to the market, stock shelves, personal shoppers, and so much more!
Just Care Backpacks
Having a backpack provides significant benefits for those experiencing homelessness. In addition to keeping their belongings safe, it is a means of carrying a majority of what they own with them. Just Care Backpacks are filled with nonperishable food items, socks, a reusable water bottle, first aid kits, sunscreen, etc. Don’t forget to grab one the next time you are at St. Andrew and take it with you to give to someone in need in our community.
Sunday Sack Lunches
Each Sunday we partner with AfterHours Denver to provide sack lunches for those experiencing homelessness in our city. Lunches are made each Sunday morning at St. Andrew and then taken downtown and handed out near Civic Center Park. Help is needed in making and distributing lunches. If you would like to be a part of this life-giving ministry, come and see us near the Outreach Depot at St. Andrew each Sunday morning or email for more details!
St. Andrew partners with 2 local food banks; Interfaith Community Services and Epworth United Methodist Church. Each week help is needed to sort, weigh, and distribute donations. In addition to this, we provide supplemental food bags once a month to those living at Warren Village. We are currently in the process of opening a Food Market in the new East Community Center, located in Littleton.
For more information and to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Outdoor Space
The SOS project is a strategic step to provide safe and temporary housing. It is an opportunity to provide managed care, services, and compassion to those at the margins. One way St. Andrew helps is by providing fresh, ready-to-eat lunch or dinner to the 40 residents at the Safe Outdoor Space. For more information and to sign up, please email email@example.com
Joshua Station Spruce a Room Team
Joshua Station is a transformative 2-year program for families experiencing homelessness. When a family enters the program at Joshua Station, their home is on-site during this time. St. Andrew has a team led by Char Aubin and Louise Miller. Together with the help of others, they transform the space into a home specific to the family moving in. The team provides cleaning, painting, furnishings, and small repairs, and showers the space with special touches for the new family before their arrival. They make sure the family feels loved and at home as soon they open the door! If you are interested in joining this team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Station Community Dinner Team
Joshua Station is a transformative 2-year program for families experiencing homelessness. While families are at Joshua Station each Thursday evening they gather as a community for dinner. On various Thursday dates throughout the year St. Andrew organizes, cooks, and takes dinner to Joshua Station. These meals are served family style and it’s a wonderful time meeting new families, being in community with others, and sharing a meal together. If you are interested in being a part of these please email email@example.com
Golf Tournament Fundraiser
August 2 • Register by July 21
Golf and help raise money for the St. Andrew Market! Learn more about details, sponsorship, and how to register.
St. Andrew partners with a variety of organizations in various capacities. To get involved in these transformational serving opportunities, please email Outreach.
St. Andrew assists Joshua Station with their Spruce A Room and Community Dinner programs. Spruce A Room involves transforming a room into a home for a family participating in the Joshua Station Transformational Housing Program. Turning an ordinary hotel room into a home for a family is so special; making it a cozy and peaceful space for them by thinking through who the family is. Community Dinner involves preparing, serving, and eating a meal with the families living at Joshua Station.
Doing church in a bar. Feeding people.
AfterHours mission is to put more love into the world by providing necessities for people who need them, especially the homeless, and by creating places where all are welcome. Each Monday, we meet for service and make 100 PB&J sack lunches to be handed out the next day to those who are unsheltered. Feeding people is our call to worship.
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
The Mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for families, children, and individuals who are experiencing or are at-risk of homelessness throughout Colorado.
The Urban Peak facility located at 1630 South Acoma is temporarily closed. This location is getting a new building! Our volunteering with Urban Peak has been suspended until their new facility opens. One of the ways you can help and stay involved is to shop their Amazon Wishlist. We can’t wait to resume serving with Urban Peak!