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Social Outreach Committee

The committee is comprised of parishioners along with the MPB Social Outreach Coordinator and link out to members/organizations and application process. 2020-2021 members include:

Yvonne Costello, Liz Dixon, Bob Hayes, Debora Hurley, Patricia Leahy, Anne Przybilla, Nancy Sayre, John Shively, Kate Trujillo and Ann Zimmer (Social Outreach Coordinator)

Social Outreach Application for Funding Process

Outside non-profit charitable organizations can apply to the committee on a yearly basis for funding along with volunteer support through an application process. Funding is made possible through the generous weekly donations from the MPB community. The committee reviews these quarterly and applications must be completed each year in order to be considered. The deadline for the 2020-2021 applications is April 30, 2021. The 2020-2021 application can be accessed here:


The following agencies were funded 2019-2020

Bridge of Hope Denver
Bridge of Hope engages Christian faith communities in ending family homelessness through neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love.

CASA Child Advocacy
The National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association, together with its state and local member programs, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every abused or neglected child in the United States can be safe, have a permanent home and have the opportunity to thrive.

Casa de Paz
Reunite families separated by immigrant detention, one simple act of love at a time.

Delores Project
The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable shelter and personalized services for unaccompanied women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness.

Dominican Home Health Agency
Our mission is to provide quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their homes.

Dry Bones
In the context of long-term relationships, practicing the way of Jesus, we meet spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of houseless and street-connected youth and young adults.

EarthLinks cultivates transformation and self-worth with people experiencing homelessness and poverty. By creating opportunities through Earth-centered programs, individuals step out of isolation and into community—restoring each other and the planet.

Escuela de Guadalupe
Escuela de Guadalupe is a community-based, financially accessible school of excellence that develops compassionate leaders for the world of tomorrow. It focuses on providing a quality dual-language education, rooted in Catholic values.

Father Woody’s Haven of Hope
The Mission of Father Woody’s is to provide food, shelter, clothing, counseling, rehabilitation and hygienic services to homeless and less fortunate.

Food for Thought
Food For Thought Denver strives to eliminate weekend hunger for children in the Denver area by providing food PowerSacks, because we believe that no child should go hungry.

Habitat for Humanity Denver
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Karis Community
The Karis Community mission is to provide a transitional community living opportunity for restoring basic life skills and improving the social well-being of individuals recovering from serious and persistent mental illness.

Maria Droste Counseling
Maria Droste Counseling Center has been formed out of the understanding that people need access to counseling regardless of their ability to pay.

Metro Caring
As Denver’s frontline anti-hunger organization, Metro Caring builds equity by nourishing neighbors, providing tools to thrive and fostering community.

RMIAN Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocacy Network
RMIAN is a nonprofit organization that serves low-income adults and children in immigration proceedings.

St Vincent dePaul Society MPB
Our mission is to help those living in poverty.

Sacred Heart House Denver
Sacred Heart House of Denver, a homeless shelter for families in Denver, offers a continuum of services to homeless families in Denver, with children and single women to help them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

Saint Francis Center
St. Francis Center (SFC) is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.