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The Boulder Shelter for the Homeless

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The Shelter attempts to provide an array of personal care items as a means for our clients to regain and maintain dignity, and as a necessity for those who, in finding their way to an independent and productive life, are employed or are seeking employment.
Your gifts bring added relief from the struggles and social indignities that many who come to our door must struggle with on a daily basis. 

See our Wish List here.


The Shelter is open 17  hours a day, seven days a week.
We are closed for most services from 10am until 5pm daily.

  •  Donations may be dropped off any time before 10am or after 5pm, seven days a week.  Please bring donations to the west facing door on the north end of the Shelter, 4869 North Broadway. View a map.
  • Please note:  There is only limited staff available during the hours of 10am-5pm.  We strive to accommodate donation deliveries during this time period, but in order to do so we encourage you to call ahead so that we can meet you at your convenience and thank you in person.  Please call Travis at (303) 468-4312 or Caroline at (303) 468-4326.
  • For other questions about in-kind donations, please call Mike at 303.468.4323, or email mike@bouldershelter.org.

Thank you for your donations that help us provide clean, comfortable shelter for our residents.

**Urgent Needs**

Towels

Wish List
Following is an up-to-date list of other needed items:

Toiletries  Priority:  Soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, pain/cold relievers
Over the Counter Medication
Staying Warm
Food
Transportation
Linens

Toiletries
Travel size toiletries (especially shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, bath soap, deodorant)

Also useful:  disposable razors, shaving cream, kleenex, Q-tips, sunblock, ChapStick, combs, lotion. earplugs, reading glasses

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Over The Counter Medication
Ibuprofen, Tylenol, aspirin (daytime and p.m. types), cough drops/cough syrup/cold & allergy medicine  (without alcohol), Pepto-Bismol, vitamins (multi, C, E, fish oil), nasal strips, band aids, antacid, antibiotic ointment, aloe

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Staying Warm
Sleeping bags
Hats & gloves (warm, winter), socks (long, winter), large-size winter jackets, winter boots (adult sizes)*
Camping equipment:  sleeping pads, tents, large backpacks

*Regarding clothing donations:  Due to very limited storage space, the Shelter accepts only good quality, adult-sized (large and extra-large) winter outerwear (coats, socks, hats, gloves). For other clothing donations we suggest Ares Thrift Shop (303-444-8088) or The Deacons’ Closet (303-442-3523)

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Food

Donating to the Shelter's kitchen

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Transportation
RTD bus tickets, passes, tokens

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Linens
Bath towels, wash cloths, twin-size cotton blankets, twin-size and full-size flat sheets

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Stayin' Home for the Homeless