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At any point in time, there are over 1,100 homeless youth (ages 14-24) and over 5,000 homeless students (children attending school, but considered homeless) in the Denver-Metro area.*  Denver is home to thousands of gang members, countless drug and alcohol addicts, victims of human trafficking, and hundreds of other at-risk youth.

Sox Place is reaching 60-80 of these youth each day.

Each Tuesday through Saturday, we provide a hot meal, mentoring, resources and referrals, clothing, blankets, internet access, recreation, employment assistance, housing assistance, and on-the-job training.  Sox Place is a safe environment that is like family – a family that loves and accepts street youth for who they are and where they are in life.  The above services will give the street youth the opportunity to end the vicious cycle of hopelessness that they face on a regular basis.

Denver Colorado is known as the “Mile High City” (5,280 feet = 1 mile), and we are asking you to come alongside Sox Place by giving $52.80 a month in support.  Without partners like you, we cannot continue or expand our mission.

Please consider supporting Sox Place.  You have the power to change the lives of those who need it most.

Watch our website for more information and videos on 5280 in the coming days!

Want to donate now? Here’s a couple options:

  • It is quick and easy to contact your bank and set up an automatic donation every month.  All you need is your bank info our address! (PO Box 544, Denver CO 80201)
  • You can send in monthly checks.
  • We are in the process of setting up a PayPal account specifically for 5280.  Keep watching our website for that availability.  Until then, you can always donate $52.80 through our current PayPal account by clicking below.

*Source: 2009 Point it Time Survey by Metro Denver Homeless Initiative and Colorado Department of Human Services

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