Adoptee organizations are those chosen for a focused 2 year period that are working to break the cycle of poverty in the lives of people living in the Pikes Peak region. Adopted organizations receive a small monthly financial gift along with other support and regularly attend the monthly Roundtable meetings to share who they are, what they do, and what their current needs are. The Roundtable and its Parent Organizations then have the opportunity to bring real help to those organizations. Applications for adoption are gathered beginning in May of each year through the end of June with adoption beginning in October of that year.
Second Chance Through Faith
2019 – 2021
Providing second chance to youth and young adults in the prevention, intervention, and suppression of gang involvement and juvenile delinquency through Faith in the El Paso County.
Fresh Start Center
2018 – 2020
We fight hunger, poverty, and joblessness through sustainable agriculture, food distribution, employment programs, nursing support, and case management. Our goal is to help people achieve long-term success through the programs we offer. We grow fresh produce and procure donated food items to feed the hungry. We also offer long-term solutions to hunger and poverty, including teaching sustainable gardening on our 1.5 acre plot.
Gospel Homes for Women
2018 – 2020
Gospel Homes for Women exists to help poor or previously incarcerated women with programs of restoration through the love of Jesus, Bible truths, and self-discipline.