Please help support the migrant community by donating essential items. You can help provide crucial resources and support to those in need.
New donations location | Our donations location has changed to the Richard T. Castro Human Services Center. Before donating, carefully review the donation instructions, wayfinding tips, and maps in the information below. To schedule your donations drop off, call (303) 514-0643.
- Socks (new/unopened only)
- Bras- Small/Medium/Large
- Women’s Clothing- Small/Medium/Large
- Men’s Clothing- Small/Medium
- Winter Hats- Gender Neutral and Kids/One Size Fits All
- Winter Gloves- Men's, Women's and Kids/Small and Medium Sizes
- Scarves- Various Sizes
Where you can donate:
Richard T. Castro Human Services Center | 1200 N Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204 | 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Do not drop off donations at the main entrance. Donations are accepted at the garage doors on the north side of the building.
Appointments are encouraged. To schedule your donations drop off, call (303) 514-0643.
Directions: From Federal Blvd., take Holden Place (eastbound). You will see garage doors on your right.
From Decatur St., take Holden Place (westbound). You will see garage doors on your left.
Please drop off donations at the garage doors. A staff member or volunteer will greet you there. Donations will only be accepted during the listed days and times.
Please take a look at the donation map below before heading out to drop off your donation:
The Newcomers Fund is currently accepting monetary donations from the general public. Donations will go directly to the city’s nonprofit partners who are supporting migrants with resource navigation, shelter and other services. You can also help out by volunteering to support the response.
The following dashboard reflects current and historical data regarding the city's migrant support efforts. The top section shows current day totals of the number of migrants arriving in Denver (yesterday and today), the total number of migrants served by the city since the city started keeping records, the current number of migrants in city facilities, and the current number of migrants in non-city facilities operated by city staff and volunteers.
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Nonprofits, educators, and businesses: If you have identified training or support services for the migrants that promote integration opportunities in the Denver metro area, please connect with:
Servicios de la Raza | serviciosdelaraza.org
3131 W. 14th Ave.
303-458-5851 | firstname.lastname@example.org
El Centro Humanitario | www.centrohumanitario.org
303-292-4115 | email@example.com
VIVE Wellness | www.vivewellness.org
1620 E. 36th Ave.
720-440-1235 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Use this form to file a complaint about migrant services. Your response will be sent to the Denver Human Services (DHS) Complaint Resolution Liaison and will be kept confidential to the extent possible to resolve the complaint.
Utilice este formulario para presentar una queja sobre los servicios para migrantes. Su respuesta se enviará al enlace de resolución de quejas del Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Denver (DHS) y se mantendrá confidencial en la medida de lo posible para resolver la queja.
File a Complaint About Migrant Services | Presente una queja sobre los servicios para migrantes