Rings in the New Year with a Gala Fundraiser to Fight Homelessness in the State

HomeAid Colorado partners with to Stomp Out Homelessness in 2018

“This upcoming year, 2018, we have five projects currently in development, with construction costs valued at $6.2 million. We bring the homebuilders and real estate industry together to give back, and we’re incredibly fortunate and grateful for this support.”

At any given time, according to homeless activists, there are around 5,500 people trying to survive along the streets, alleys and vacant lots of Denver. And those numbers are growing as more people arrive in the region, searching for jobs and new opportunities.

“It is a dire situation,” says the Reverend Jerry Herships, a Methodist minister who’s been working with Denver’s homeless population for years. “To be able to put a roof over people’s heads and to be able to get them out of the elements really is Job One.”

Among the homeless in Colorado “we’re finding more and more families with young children, and single moms with young children,” says Amanda Horner, director of communications and outreach for HomeAid Colorado; a non-profit that works to find housing and resources for the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless.

Helping HomeAid Colorado is also the mission of this year’s White Rose Gala 2017 New Year’s Eve event at Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House, sponsored by

The event is a high-end, Roaring 20s-themed celebration. An estimated 450 Colorado real estate industry professionals and community members are expected to attend the festivities, with the goal of raising more than $50,000 for HomeAid Colorado.

“This new partnership with is really going to be able to help us do more…

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