With the support of our community, we create lasting change in the lives of homeless men in Fort Collins.

Here’s How.


People who are hungry receive healthy meals in an encouraging environment, building trusting relationships with staff who can speak into their day-to-day struggles.


Men experiencing homelessness are offered safe and warm shelter, away from the dangers of the street. This provides a basic level of stability, enabling them to focus on long-term solutions.

New Life Program

A unique program at the Mission’s Harvest Farm, where participants spend up to a year in an immersive, rehabilitation program focusing on education, work-readiness, and relationship building.

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“When I got [to Harvest Farm], I was ready to allow God and other people to expose in me [things] I needed to get rid of… I truly wanted to change the aspects of myself that I’ve never been able to change on my own.”

Read Chris’s Story
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“I asked the Lord to put me in a place where I could do the most good for Him. I’m relieving suffering. Having experienced it myself, I know the despair and horror of it.”

Read Desiree’s Story
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“Anybody could end up in this situation. When people see you come in with a backpack and dirty clothes or unwashed hair, they just look at you.”

Read Michael’s Story

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Your monthly gift will make a lasting difference in the lives of people in need.

Our Impact

Meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need

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Meals Provided

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Nights of Shelter

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New Life Program Graduates

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Of graduates maintained housing after graduation

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Seeds of Change

Stories of Changed Lives
July 1, 2023
Caleb was at his lowest and darkest moment. For years he struggled with addiction, prioritizing the high he got over relationships with those closest to him. Sinking into depression, he no longer valued himself or the life he was living. That’s when he made the decision to end his own life. It was a decision that not only didn’t turn out the way he planned, but began his new life in Chri…
Letter From Our CEO: July 2023

Letter From Our CEO: July 2023

July 1, 2023
I was a volunteer at Denver Rescue Mission in 1988 when it acquired Mercy Farms and renamed it Harvest Farm. What a blessing it has been to have this wonderful, rural setting to help men change their lives. A lot has changed in the last 35 years in how we try and serve those who need our help. In particular, best practices across the country include using trauma-informed care with our guests and participants, something we have truly embraced. What has not changed is how the staff show the love of Jesus to everyone who comes through our doors, “loving our neighbor as ourselves….
The Mission in My Words: Ginger Graham

The Mission in My Words: Ginger Graham

July 1, 2023
Ginger and her husband, Jack, live in Fort Collins and own Ginger and Baker, a downtown food hub and event destination. They have been involved with both Harvest Farm and Fort Collins Rescue Mission since 20…
New FCRM Location Update

New Mission Location Update

April 11, 2023
As the Senior Director of Fort Collins Rescue Mission, I am excited to share our plans for a new facility that will better serve the needs of those in our community who are experiencing homelessness and poverty…

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