There are many different ways to
donate to Hope House!

From monthly contributions to gently used goods, we can put your resources to good use!


Your investment makes a tangible impact! 


Give Online:
To make an online donation, please visit our Donate Now page and fill out the provided donation form.

Send a Check:


Checks can be mailed to:

Hope House of Colorado
P.O. Box 740568
Arvada, CO 80006 

Give Monthly:
Become a Bedrock Builder. 

Your monthly donation helps Hope House stay on budget all year long.


Workplace Giving:
Many offer matching gifts.

Ask your human resources office if your company has a matching gift program. 

Memorial Giving:
In memory or honor of.

Make a financial donation in honor/memory of a loved one. Their family will be notified and their name will be engraved on a Memory Plaque at Hope House.

Planned Giving:
Include Hope House in your will.

Include Hope House in your will, or explore other options for planned giving.

United Way Designation — Select Hope House as your organization of choice for your regular United Way contributions, our Agency code is 50398.
Call United Way at (303) 433-8383.
For more information about any of our monetary giving options, please contact Lisa Schlarbaum, Director of Development at (303) 429-1012, ext. 241
or [email protected]. Please click here to review Hope House’s Gift Acceptance Policy.


Temporary In-Kind Donation Policy

As we get ready for the logistics of our big move, we will not be accepting In-Kind donations from July 28 – September 15.

On September 16, we will once again accept In-Kind donations at our brand new Resource Center at 6475 Benton Street, Arvada. We are grateful for your generosity and look forward to seeing you at our new Resource Center! If you have any questions, please contact

“In-kind” or non-monetary donations help make it possible for Hope House to provide teen moms with the material items they need as they work toward building a better life for themselves and their children.

In-Kind Drop-off Hours:
We accept donation deliveries Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
between 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Please deliver your items to our Resource Center located at:
9088 Marshall Court, Building #4
Westminster, Colorado

Please, no furniture items. Our space is limited and we are unable to accept furniture items at this time. However, Hope House has established a partnership with Gone For Good , where our teen moms get to shop for FREE for furniture!  To donate your furniture to Gone for Good, call (303) 736-2387. Please note that Gone for Good does charge pick-up and drop-off fees

In-Kind Wishlist:

Ongoing Needs:

  • King Soopers cards
  • $5 gift cards to restaurants & Starbucks
  • Gas cards
  • $25 HopSkipDrive gift cards

  • Standard convertible car seat (QTY needed: two)
  • Standard infant carrier car seat (QTY needed: two)
  • Diapers (especially sizes 3, 4, 5, and 6)
  • Household Cleaning Products (Laundry detergent, Liquid soap, Lysol spray)
  • Paper goods (paper towels, toilet paper, boxed facial tissues, copy paper)

  • Hygiene products

  • New or Gently Used DSLR camera such as a Nikon D7000
  • Computers or laptops for teen moms enrolled in school (Pentium 4 or newer only)
       Dell: $249
       Lenovo: $249
       New Acer’s: $299

  • New/Gently Used Ipads
  • USED Vehicles in GOOD working order
  • Books of stamps
  • Gently used or new baby/children’s clothing
  • Gently used or new  clothing appropriate for teen girls clothing
  • Instax Wide Film

Current Residential Needs:

Current Early Learning Needs:

  • Tempera Paint

  • New or gently used toddler, infant or preschool toys

New Resource Center Needs:

Items that we are currently UNABLE to accept include:

·       No furniture
·       No stuffed animals

·       No used underwear, bras, swimsuits or socks
·       No used car seats (our insurance does not permit us to use them)
·       No used potty chairs or baby bath tubs

·       No used medical equipment, including breast pumps
·       No used baby bottles or “sippy” cups
·       No non flat screen T.V.s (must be new technology compatible)
·       No VHS movies
·       No broken items
·       No expired food


Help out by purchasing a needed item (under $20) every two months or so (i.e household supplies, diapers, school supplies).


Want to send our teen moms a gift card for groceries, gas or other needed personal items?  You can purchase a Target, Walmart, or King Soopers cards and deliver or mail them to Hope House!


Free money for Hope House!


Get a King Soopers card and earn money back for Hope House!


1. King Soopers Community Rewards makes fund-raising for Hope House easy…all you have to do is shop at King Soopers and swipe your SooperCard (or enter Alt ID)!

2. Sign In or Create an Account at to Enroll. Once signed in, enroll or update your Community Rewards account under your Account Settings.

3. Select Hope House of Colorado by searching our name or using our organization number: XK648

4. All that’s left to do is shop. Note that your spending won’t earn funds for Hope House unless you enroll and select Hope House of Colorado!


Choose Hope House of Colorado
And support our self-sufficiency programs every time you shop on Amazon!

Amazon offers a program that benefits the non-profit organization of your choice. Select Hope House of Colorado and support our self-sufficiency programs every single time you shop at Amazon.  This is an easy way to raise money for Hope House that is essentially free! Simply set up your Amazon account to have part of your purchases go directly to Hope House at no additional cost to you.

1. Go to http://www.smile.amazon.com/
2. Log into your account and look for the field in the lower right corner that says “Pick your own charitable organization.” Type “Hope House of Colorado” in the box below.
3. From now on, always go to http://www.smile.amazon.com/ to place your orders on Amazon. It is the same website as amazon.com but now 0.5% of your purchases go to Hope House at no additional costs to you.


Donate your car to benefit a Hope House teen mom and keep her on the road to self-sufficiency! In addition to the normal IRS deduction, you will also receive a Colorado state tax credit equal to 12.5 percent the value of your donated vehicle. But the best part is you are helping a teen mom overcome one of the biggest barriers to self-sufficiency: reliable transportation.

Once you donate your car to Good Neighbor Garage, it will go directly to a Hope House teen mom if it is in good running order. If the mileage or repairs on your car are cost prohibitive, it will be sold and the funds will be used for repairs on the cars of Hope House teen moms so we can keep them on the road to self-sufficiency as well (cars valued at less than $2,000 may be more valuable if sold as parts).

If your car is in good running order but Hope House does not have an eligible teen mom available immediately, your donation will benefit a mom in need from another organization partnering with Good Neighbor Garage.  However, the next time Hope House does have an eligible teen mom, she will receive a car through Good Neighbor Garage from one of their direct donors. So, either way, your donation will ultimately benefit a Hope House teen mom!

*Your receipt and tax information will come from Good Neighbor Garage.


Through event sponsorships that provide great exposure, corporations and other organizations help support our free self-sufficiency programs for teen moms.





Organizing or participating in a special event for Hope House can be a fun way for groups or individuals to raise money or collect items that will directly contribute to caring for, educating, and equipping Hope House teen moms and their children. Below are just a few of the creative ways our donors have fundraised for us. To set something up, or to learn more, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Theresa Mazza at [email protected].

Annual Hope House 5K & Fun Run

In The Zone Annual Poker Run

Leadville 100 Mountain Bike Race

In a team effort, our 5K and Fun Run participants and supporters were able to raise $11,475.25 in 2017 through peer to peer fundraising!

Diana Rowe has partnered with In The Zone to organize an annual Poker Run to benefit our cause. Total, they have raised over $20,000!

In 2017, Todd Borth raised $4,925.00 for Hope House, by completing all 100 miles of the Leadville 100 bike race!


Sign up to provide a professional service that a teen mom would otherwise have to pay for.
Mechanics, hair stylists, financial planners, doctors, dentists, orthodontists, photographers, etc.


At Hope House, we rely on our volunteers to provide their talents, skills and time to partner with Hope House in creating a safe, welcoming learning environment for our teen moms and their children. 

If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, please visit our Volunteer page to fill out a volunteer application or contact Volunteer Coordinator,
Theresa Mazza at [email protected]