What We Do & Our Mission
Nearly 1 in 7 people in Colorado are living in poverty. 25% of those people are children. That is a staggering amount of people who don't have enough to eat on a regular basis. With poverty increasing from 9.8% in 2002 to 12.9% today, it is clear that something needs to be done to address this issue. We value the lives of everyone, and as a standard in our morals, we will go to any extent to provide humanitarian aid for the less fortunate.
With help from the community, we are working to feed anyone who is in need. The Denver Club of Humanities is directed to provide a system in which unwanted and unsellable food from grocery stores, restaurants and food supply companies is transported to those who are struggling with hunger. Our vision is that DCH brings success in preventing hunger, eventually making sure that one day everyone in Denver will go to sleep with a full stomach. We have help and support from organizations such as the Rotary Club, Metro Caring, and Denver Food Rescue and are currently looking to any restaurants and grocery stores for contributions. We as a club recognize the amount of unused food that would otherwise be thrown away, and we are working to create an easy system for redistributing this food to the many people that need it.