We wanted to first say thank you for the unrelenting kindness we have received during such challenging times. Our staff finds the strength to diligently serve not only through the hope of Jesus Christ, but in the love and care expressed by the community.

With the continued and gracious support of the community, our leaders have been working rigorously alongside the City of Fort Collins, Catholic Charities and Homeward Alliance to provide the best support for our guests experiencing homelessness during COVID-19. As you may know, the Northside Aztlan Community center is operating as a temporary day and night shelter to provide relief for our existing shelters in complying with social distancing guidelines. It can hold up to 225 men within the overnight facility and being staffed 24/7.  The shelter offers basic care including restrooms and showers, meals, medical support and a warm place for our guests.

Fort Collins Rescue Mission remains an overnight shelter for both men and women. Families are offered shelter at Catholic Charities. All our meal services have been moved to the Aztlan Community center for the remainder of April.

We’d love to have you join us in this fight. Please check out the ways you can get involved today.

Volunteers Needed

We still rely heavily on volunteers and are in need of assistance specifically at the Aztlan Community center. If you’d like to serve alongside us, please sign up today. Shifts may vary due to the meal time and location changes.

Donations Needed

We are in need of items to make sack lunches at the Aztlan center, specifically the following:

Bottled water or cans of soda
Individual chip bags
Granola bars
Sliced deli meat

Sliced cheese
Bread and buns
Condiment packets
Napkins, paper plates etc.

How To Drop Off Donations

Donations can be dropped off at Fort Collins Rescue Mission, located at:

316 Jefferson Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524.

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9:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm

1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.