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With the support of our community, we create lasting change in the lives of homeless men and women 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 and women are offered safe and warm shelter, away from the dangers of the street. This provides a basic level of stability, enabling people 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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“All throughout my life, whenever I was comfortable, I wasn’t making progress. I wasn’t growing…. The number one thing I’m trying to really base my life around now is being uncomfortable for the right reasons.”

See Kaileb’s Story
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“There’s a lot more people out there who are like me than I realized and they go through fairly similar struggles.”

Read Chris’s Story
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Philip’s path to homelessness started when he was very young. As a teenager, he began to feel the effects the abuse and absence of love from his parents, which led him to abusing alcohol…

Read Phillip’s Story

Take Action

Lend your hands and heart to help homeless neighbors.

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

Have a car you want to donate for a good cause? Help provide reliable transportation to our long-term program graduates.

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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Steps to Success Transitions Out of Shelter

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Happy Giving Tuesday!

Ways to Give
December 1, 2020
To make even more of an impact on Giving Tuesday, we encourage those who believe in the work we do at the Mission to use Giving Tuesday to schedule their gift for Colorado Gives Day…
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Letter from our Senior Director: December 2020

December 1, 2020
Where is your safe place? As threats storm into our lives like this pandemic, uncertainty in our society, or the coming harsh winter weather, sometimes the only thing that brings some relief is the ability to close a door to the looming problems and sink into our favorite chair or slide between the sheets of our bed for rest. Imagine having no doors to close out the larger world, no favorite chair for comfort, or no bed of your own for rest. How much more grim would it be to navigate the difficulties of your li…
Meet our Senior Director!

Meet our Senior Director!

December 1, 2020
Working for the Mission is not a job—it is a calling. I can’t imagine myself anywhere else. To offer hope to our guests and program participants when they can’t find hope for themselves; to see dignity in the exiled and forgotten; to share the love we have been given by our good God—is there anything better? Not for me at lea…

A Home for the Holidays: Michael’s Transformative Journey

Stories of Changed Lives
December 1, 2020
On a frigid night in October 2019, Desiree Anthony, emergency services and community outreach coordinator at Fort Collins Rescue Mission, saw Michael trudging through the snow with his walker to attend the Mission’s chapel service. She couldn’t help but notice his desperate need for he…

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