Where community is strengthened and housing is made safe, sustainable, and accessible.
The Community Impact program connects team members to rehabilitation projects, for vulnerable populations, that increase housing safety and stability while drawing on and increasing the client’s social and church supports. To find out more about our material poverty alleviation philosophies, please visit our Learn page. To find out more about volunteering, visit our Serve page.
Who We Serve
- Single Moms
- Disaster Survivors
If you are in need of assistance from our Community Impact program, please visit the Resource Center during Financial Care hours.
Address: 1600 E Mulberry St Suite 1 – Fort Collins, CO 80424
Hours: Monday – Wedneday from 1 – 4:30pm (walk in hours)
- Moving Assistance
- Wheelchair Ramps
- Handyman Work
- Minor home repairs not requiring licensing.
- Adopt-A-Family (during Christmas season)
- Adopt-A-Family is an outreach ministry of Timberline Church that partners with families, local businesses, and the community to help families in need at Christmas time.
- Disaster Relief
- SERVE 6.8 has worked with disaster survivors from the High Park Fires, Estes Park Fires, and Northern Colorado Floods of 2013 by providing financial assistance, access to community resources, and/or projects (including debris removal and heavy equipment). In the spring of 2014, SERVE 6.8 also partnered with Larimer County to provide over 60,000 free, filled sandbags for residents impacted by the floods and fires with concerns of spring run-off.