FREEZONE MINISTRIES

Buddy Break | Sarah Marcus

Engages children with special needs in a morning of fun activities giving their parents a break.

Cans for Man | Evan Luebbert

Collects aluminum to raise funds for orphans internationally.

Careers with a Purpose | Gary Hansen

Sharpens the job search skills of adults undergoing employment transitions.

Coats for Folks | Rachel Luebbert

Organizes collecting, cleaning and distributing gently worn coats to those in need.

Cherished Moments | Susan Huddleston

Brings companionship and comfort to adults residing in senior care facilities.

DC4K (Divorce Care For Kids) | Andrea TeBeest

Provides help and healing for kids of separation and divorce.

Eager Readers | Patricia Friesen

Encourages young readers by providing new and gently used books for local libraries

F-Cubed | Tammy Wyss

Provides encouragement, support, and guidance for parents of adopted children.

Foothills Food Pantry | Jan Cassady

Provides families in financial need with free, non-perishable food.

Forgiven and Set Free | Kathryn Dougherty

Provides guidance and support for women coming to terms with the pain of abortion.

Havens Hope | Linda Fortunato

Provides basic living items and mentoring for women and children from abusive situations.

Hunting for Purpose | Rod Atherton

Mentors at-risk youth using a variety of outdoor activities.

James 1:27 | Bruce Newton

Provides general home repair for seniors, single moms and others in need.

Kids Night Out | Bethany Lindgren

Gives foster children and their families a safe and fun-filled evening out.

Packs of Hope | Michelle Smithling

Works with community to provide essential clothing items to children transitioning in foster care.

Prayer Shawls | Mary Payne

Provides home-made comfort wraps for individuals in need.

Second Chance Thrift Store | Linda FORTUNAto

Volunteer opportunities to those seeking financial support for local and global non-profit initiatives.

Whiz Kids | Angie Kinney

Provides one-on-one tutoring to at-risk students at more than 40 sites around Denver.