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The Greater Park Hill News is joining forces with 33 other news sources across Colorado for #newsCOneeds — a month-long campaign spotlighting the ongoing need for trustworthy, local and independent journalism in Colorado. Collectively, our work is essential to better inform communities across Colorado and help them build and sustain a healthy democracy. However, this is not possible without financial support. From now until Dec. 31, the Denver-based Colorado Media Project will match, dollar-for-dollar, the first $5,000 that we raise. The campaign — called #newsCOneeds — is designed to inspire and support long-term sustainability of public-service journalism, which informs and engages communities and strengthens engagement statewide. All the money will go toward continuing and building our newspaper operations.

Support the newspaper

Support our 60-year tradition of delivering news of the neighborhood for free by making a donation to support newspaper operations. Or contribute to the BIPOC advertising grant program.

Become a member

Make a financial contribution by registering as a member! Membership supports our mission and our programs, keeps you “in the know” through our monthly member email, and provides you with voting privileges at our annual meeting in October.

General contribution

Making a financial contribution to our general fund helps us do many things, like maintaining our facility, keeping our small staff employed, publishing our newspaper, and continuing our tradition of advocacy for the neighborhood.

Food Programs contribution

These funds are restricted and can only be used for our food programs, such as the Emergency Food Pantry, Weekend Food Program,  Thanksgiving, and Garden in a Box. 

Donate fresh, frozen, or non-perishable food.

If you are interested in donating fresh, frozen or non-perishable food, you can do so at our office (2823 Fairfax St) during our office hours. Please review the list below. If you are making a large donation, it is preferable that you bring it directly to our office.

You can also drop off non-perishable items at the Park Hill Branch of Denver Public Library (4705 Montview Blvd) and Cake Crumbs Bakery (2216 Kearney St) during their regular business hours. Additionally, St. Thomas Episcopal Church (2201 Dexter St) has a collection box outside of the parish office where you can drop non-perishables anytime.

We have several refrigerators and freezers. If you plan to donate a large quantity of items that need to be refrigerated or frozen, please contact us first so we can make sure we have room.

If you are interested in hosting a food or fund drive, please contact us in advance to discuss details.

Accepted Donations

FOOD 

We accept any and all fresh, frozen, and non-perishable food items that are UNOPENED and UNEXPIRED. We can also accept prepared food from commercial facilities. Bulk-packed items are harder for us to distribute than individual items. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept homemade food items.

PERSONAL CARE

We accept personal care items such as shampoo and conditioner, hand soap, hand sanitizer, body soap, bodywash, lotion, sunscreen, feminine products, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc. Full size is preferred, but travel size is also welcomed. 

HOUSEHOLD

We accept toilet paper, paper towels, facial tissue, and household cleaning supplies (including laundry and dish soap). Opened and partially used cleaning products are fine, but please nothing that is nearly empty.

BABY

We accept diapers (all sizes), wipes, formula, and baby food. Opened and partially used packages of diapers are fine. Formula and baby food must be UNOPENED and UNEXPIRED.

PET

We accept cat and dog food, treats, and litter. Open and partially used bags are fine. 

We DO NOT accept: 
Clothing, furniture, office supplies, or anything else that’s not called out above. Please don’t hesitate to call if you have questions.

Client Favorites

These are the items most requested by our clients. You are more than welcome to call us before shopping to ask what we currently need. But the items on this list are always in high demand.

Fresh/frozen meat
Eggs
Milk
Fruit (canned or fresh)
Chicken noodle soup
Ramen
Chili
Chef Boyardee canned ravioli/pasta
Ground coffee
Crackers
Cookies
Mac n Cheese
Cereal (variety)
Instant oatmeal (individual servings/packets)
Vienna sausage
Spam
Canned/boxed milk (not powdered)
Shampoo and conditioner
Bodywash
Toilet paper
Cat and dog food