Since April 2019 Street Reach has not had a physical space to work out of.

However, we are providing hot meals in Civic Park by assisting
Christ in the City, New Genesis, and Joy's Kitchen's efforts
to help Denver's hungry and/or unhoused residents.
We are still hosting our Annual Bike/Toy Drive each December and are taking donations. Please use our Donate Now links to help the less fortunate.
Frequently Asked Questions

Do you work on any other days besides Mondays?

No. Only Mondays.

What if Monday is a holiday? 

We need more volunteers on the Mondays that do not fall on Thanksgiving or Christmas weeks and school vacation weeks. Please try to come on a non-holiday Monday (sometimes we are closed, and sometimes we have too much help). We always need additional help on the last Monday of the month.

Do you sign off on community service or class credit?
Yes. Bring your paperwork to be signed. Please ask for someone in charge when you arrive and make them aware of your intentions and to obtain a signature. 

Do I need to let you know when I’m/we’re coming?
No. Individuals (5 people or less) may come and go as they please; that’s the great thing about Street Reach! However, if you are planning to bring a group of 6 or more, you must schedule with Tina to avoid having too many volunteers at any given time and being turned away: tina@grantstreetreach.org 

Can I bring children or a disabled person?
The soup kitchen is a very hectic and crowded environment. If you are unsure whether it will be a good fit for you, we encourage you to come down and take a look for yourself before volunteering. We do not allow children under 7 years of age. Younger ages should be monitored at all times. We have disabled people work with us often but keep in mind it is very crowded and fast-paced here.

What kinds of things would I (or my child) be expected to do?
The way we work is: whatever needs to be done gets done by all. That said, most people will develop a favorite chore. Children are usually assigned the tasks of handing out juice and desserts, or sweeping the floor. Others may mop, cook, wash dishes, serve food, bus tables, chop vegetables, set up & break down tables, and many other tasks.

What do I need to bring?
Nothing. Just show up to help.

Can I bring clothing, food, or other kinds of donations?
Yes. We accept donations. Some people even bring home-baked goods for our patrons. We do not need bread or donuts. Please refer to the “Other Ways to Give” page of this page for more information.

Do you have a dress code?
Yes. Wear close-toed, non-skid skid shoes, (i.e. no flip-flops). Sneakers recommended. Hair pulled out of way with a baseball cap or ponytail, hairnet, etc.) Wear conservative attire that you don’t mind getting dirty (e.g. no halter tops, short shorts, low rise pants, t-shirts with inappropriate messages, etc.)