At Bridge House, we rely on the generosity of people like you to serve the thousands of people who come to our Resource Center, eat the more than 70,000 meals prepared at Community Table Kitchen, or join our Ready to Work program. Please consider making a gift, donating your time, or sharing your stuff with Bridge House.

Make a Financial Gift

You can make a big difference in the life of a homeless man or woman by providing financial assistance to our programs like Ready to Work or the Resource Center. A little goes a long way at Bridge House.

  • A gift of $25 provides one-hour of mental health counseling to people in need
  • A gift of $100 will provide 80 meals for the homeless and working poor in Boulder
  • A gift of $500 will provide Rental assistance to prevent homelessness for 5 households
  • A gift of $1,000 will provide 50 hours of employment and job search assistance
  • A gift of $2,000 will provide one year of ID funds for clients to obtain the appropriate identification to find employment and housing
  • A gift of $5,000 will support on site intake and assessment for 200 individuals seeking services at the Resource Center
  • A gift of $10,000 will sponsor room and board at Ready to Work House for a Ready to Work trainee

Ways to Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with Bridge House:

  • Invite us to educate your community – business, fraternal group, neighborhood association, and faith community – with a presentation on homelessness
  • Hire Community Table Kitchen for your next catered event, Email
  • Have your business hire a Ready to Work graduate, sponsor our events, or have your company participate in a fundraising benefit for Bridge House.

Donate your Time

We have a volunteer opportunity for nearly every schedule and skill level. Some examples of volunteer jobs include:

  • To help with meal preparation
  • To help serve meals
  • To assist with administrative tasks to help organize our outreach events
  • To take videos and photos at special events
  • Represent Bridge House at tabling events
  • Sell raffle tickets
  • Provide job search assistance for a Ready to Work trainee

Share Your Stuff

To schedule a time to drop off donations contact Scott at 720-235-6050 or email him at

Clients Winter Needs

Socks, Chap stick, Hand warmers, Razors, Snow boots for men and women, Eye glasses, Sun glasses, Notebooks, Belts, Pens, Envelopes and stamps, Phone cards, Tarps, Men’s Gloves, Women’s gloves, Women’s underwear, Bras, Rain ponchos, Camp stoves, Can openers, Laundry detergent

Bridge House Food Donation Policy

Thank you so much for your interest and efforts in donating food to Bridge House. Please read carefully.

Because of health department regulations, limited space and nutritional needs we can only accept certain foods which must be in their sealed, original packaging. We cannot accept most other items, largely due to safety issues, with certain exceptions by advanced notice only.

We have a crucial need for the following unexpired food items in their original packaging. unexpired ground coffee, cold cereal, peanut butter, jelly, protein bars, instant oatmeal, salt, pepper, tea (bags), ketchup, mustard, hot sauce and salad dressing.

Food donations can be dropped off anytime Monday through Friday between 10 am and 3 pm at 5345 Arapahoe Ave unit 5, Boulder 80303.

Bridge House Clothing Donation Policy

At this time we are unable to accept clothing donations. Deacons Closet is now accepting clothing donations for Bridge House. Deacons Closet is located at the First Presbyterian Church at 15th and Walnut. Please leave inside the west entrance near the custodian’s office. For more information about donations to Deacons Closet contact  or call 303.402.6427

We’d also love your ideas! Please get in touch with us anytime. Together we are creating programs that provide basic needs and a Bridge of Opportunity for the most homeless men, and women in our community.

For more information or to start volunteering today, please contact Scott Medina, Volunteer Coordinator at: or 720-235-6050.

For a tour of our Ready to Work House and Employment Center or our Community Table Kitchen contact Emily Messina at