Collecting Items for the Needy

Good Shepherd collects non-perishable food, clothing and other items of necessity for our mission partners several times throughout the year. This is an easy way for you to directly help those in need in our community by simply bringing these items to church when you visit, and we will take care of distributing the items on your behalf. Make sure you sign up for our weekly E-Newsletter so that you can be aware of our collection dates. 

Your donations help the following organizations:


covenant cupboard food pantry

Covenant Cupboard Food Pantry, which is located right in the heart of our Centennial neighborhood, distributes food to the needy every Friday from 1 to 4 pm. Learn more about their work by visiting their website,

st. clare's ministries

Located at St. Peter and St. Mary Episcopal Church in downtown Denver, this charity provides a nutritious meal to 100-150 homeless and marginal guests every Tuesday.  The meal is prepared by volunteers from a number of Denver area churches, including Good Shepherd.  Additional services are available including a clothing closet and counseling.

st. francis center

The Saint Francis Center is a non-profit center that has been a place of refuge during the day for the homeless for over 26 years and is open to both women and men.  It provides a safe and welcoming environment and essentials such as showers, clothing, mail delivery, personal belongings storage, counseling, and referral services.  This center serves 650-800 guests daily.  Good Shepherd parishioners volunteer at the center and we also donate clothing and other needed items. 

the crisis center castle rock

The Crisis Center exists to end domestic violence through advocacy, education, and prevention; while helping communities live free of violence. Our in-gatherings provide them with personal hygiene items.