Growing Home, Inc.
Growing Home’s mission is to guide children and their families on the path to a brighter future.
Year Founded |
Preferred Method of Contact |
Contact Person |
Executive Director |
Karen Fox Elwell
Executive Phone |
Executive Email |
Mailing Address |
3489 West 72nd
Physical Address |
Counties Served |
all, adams, arapahoe, broomfield, denver, jefferson
US Senate District |
State Senate District |
State House District |
US Congressional District |
Services Offered |
Bilingual, Children Support, educational, Financial, food, housing, leadership, social
Annual Events |
March 1 - Spring Essential Services Campaign (to support families with basic hygiene and foods)
March 15 - All Volunteers Meeting
May - Mission Moment
June 1 - Home for the Summer Campaign (to support Housing Stability & Homelessness Prevention)
June 15 - All Volunteers Meeting
September - Mission Moment
September 15 - All Volunteers Meeting
October 8 - Strengthen, Nurture, Connect: Annual Benefit
November 22 - Thanksgiving Food Drive & Distribution
December 20 - Holiday Gift Drive & Distribution
More About Organization |
Serving north metro Denver for over 20 years, Growing Home is a nonprofit organization that works to break the cycle of poverty by strengthening families, nurturing children and connecting community. Our participant-centered approach fills a critical gap for those who are experiencing immediate and long-term barriers to stability and success. Our model makes us a leader in the two-generation approach to poverty alleviation and community equity.
Let’s take a deeper look at each of our three impact areas - Strengthening Families, Nurturing Children, and Connecting Community.
To strengthen families, Growing Home provides a continuum of basic needs support. Our Case Managers help identify root causes, set goals, and develop plans to achieve those goals. Our programs implement evidence-based systems that create paths toward enhanced stability while also enabling the ability to focus on achieving those goals by providing support such as rent, mortgage and utility assistance as well as fresh, healthy foods through our volunteer-run Food Pantry.
To nurture children in our community, we help parents acquire the skills and resources they need to ensure their children and future generations are on the path to a brighter future. Nurturing Children includes our Parents as Teachers program, an award-winning program and the largest in Colorado.
Parent as Teachers is a home-visitation program for children prenatal through age 5. Our Parent Educators give parents the tools to ensure their children’s best social, emotional, physical and intellectual development.
To connect community, we facilitate community organizing, advocacy, and volunteerism. We believe thriving and equitable communities can exist when we tap into the resiliency and leadership of the families with whom we work. By connecting our families, we create a foundation for shared responsibility in solving community problems with sustainable outcomes.
How You Can Support
Here at Growing Home, we envision our community working together so that all children and their families have a place to call home, food on the table, and the opportunity to pursue their dreams.
Join us by contributing your skills, time, item or monetary donations.
Together we can create a brighter future for our community.
Latino Organization |
Organization is affiliated with UNIDOS US in Washington, DC. |
Are more than half the people served by your organization Latino or Hispanic |
Staff or Lead the organization are at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |
Board of Directors is at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |