Community Partners

Partner with Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Are you hosting an event and would like to donate part of your ticket sales?

Are you a restaurant or retail store looking to contribute a portion of your proceeds?

Would you like to collect cash donations to help the homeless, hungry and hurting?

Imagine how you, your church, school, or company can start something small, or start something large; either way, we need your help!

In order for us to learn more about your idea and how we can help, please fill out our application form. Once your application has been approved, we will contact you in regards to logo use and other collateral. If you have questions, please call Alexxa at 720.201.2776 or e-mail her at

If you'd like to host a drive for goods or gift-in-kind items, please contact Lisette at 303.313.2414 or

Below is a list of current community-based fundraisers to benefit Fort Collins Rescue Mission:


Ben Parsons Insurance Agency Inc.

Like a good neighbor, Ben’s office donates food, clothes and money throughout the year to help Fort Collins Rescue Mission and Harvest Farm! Our office hosts various donation drives during the year, so check our Facebook page for updates on our events at We’d be honored to help you with your personal or business insurance needs, so please give us a call at 970-484-3600 or visit us online at


Ben and his team have helped my husband and I set up life insurance policies, vehicles, motorcycle, renter's insurance - you name it. We feel very confident in how Ben has helped us plan for retirement, protect our investments, and make the most of our money! Great agency that puts customers first. - Christina

Inner Vitality Chiropractic

Manage your health while supporting a local non-profit cause! Dr. Jeremy D Overholt, D.C., owner of Inner Vitality Chiropractic, launched a community initiative to support local non-profits including the Mission’s Harvest Farm. In lieu of a typical cost for service structure, he implemented a donation-for-service model. Patrons seeking services at Inner Vitality are not charged a fee for their initial consultation and evaluation. Instead, patients designate the amount of donation and corresponding non-profit they would like to support.To learn more, visit:

The Good Samaritan Society Fort Collins Village

The Good Samaritan Society Fort Collins Village is using a $3,000 grant along with volunteers from their staff and community, to focus on four projects at Fort Collins Rescue Mission over the next year:

1) Build a 10’ x 12’ storage shed for the kitchen 2) Collect twin sheets and towels 3) Provide fresh-baked goods for guests experiencing homelessness 4) Serve meals at non-holiday times of the year, when volunteer help is needed most

The partnership is being called the Matthew 25:40 Project at the Village, referring to the Bible passage where Jesus says, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Thank you Good Samaritan Society Fort Collins Village for joining us to change lives in Fort Collins!

To learn more about The Good Samaritan Society Fort Collins Village, visit: