After our successful RadioThon last week, 600 KCOL and our friends at Radio 94.9 are still helping the Fort Collins Rescue Mission raise funds and goods to serve the homeless and hurting at the Fort Collins Rescue Mission shelter and the Harvest Farm in Wellington.
Just because our Radiothon ends doesn't mean the need doesn't end.
Provide a Financial Donation
For only $1.92, your donation can help ONE hungry, hurting, homeless person. For less than $50, you can provide help to 25 people. But your donation doesn't just feed or cloth these individuals. It helps them find hope for their future.
To donate money, click the button below to go to a SECURE website to make your donation using your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express Card. You can also mail a check to the Denver Rescue Mission to support the mission of the FCRM by clicking the button below to print a pledge form.
The Fort Collins Rescue Mission is always in need of items to help them serve the homeless and hurting. Some of them items the Fort Collins Rescue Mission needs at their Fort Collins Shelter includes:
- Canned food – vegetables, fruit, meat, soup, beans, etc.
- Non-perishable items such as pasta or peanut butter
- Fresh produce
- Paper Towels
- Toilet Paper
- Bath Towels
- Coffee mugs
The Harvest Farm often times has men come to the farm that don't have the proper work gear. These items will help these men work in comfort:
- Work boots
- Work gloves
- Winter coats and hats
- Coveralls and bib overalls
How Your Donation Helps
The Fort Collins Rescue Mission, formerly the Open Door Mission, offers emergency services to thousands of needy people throughout the year. These core services correspond with their mission objective - to meet people at their physical point of need. FCRM provides food, shelter and clothing to those in need. The mission also offers rehabilitative services, giving men and women who experience homelessness the keys they need to return to society.
FCRM also operates Harvest Farm in Wellington. The 209-acre farm near Wellington helps men break cycles of addiction, poverty and homelessness through their New Life Program. Once enrolled, men gain the skills needed to become confident, self-sufficient members of society through academics, spiritual development, emotional counseling, and work therapy.
The farm is home to 100 chickens, 5 cows, 30 beef calves, and 24 goats. The farm also grows fresh produce for local restaurants and donations to the Larimer County Food Bank.
All aspects of Harvest Farm’s New Life Program are provided free of charge - made possible by community support.
Donate All December Long
You can donate all December long. For more information about the Fort Collins Rescue Mission or Harvest Farm, go to FortCollinsRescueMission.org.