Staying Connected

In alignment with public health requirements, Heart & Hand continues to modify our offerings for young people and families. Though Denver Public Schools will not be reopening for summer, Heart & Hand will be offering six weeks of hybrid programming for youth encompassing both virtual lessons and socially distant outdoor programming. We will also continue to support our young people and families through food distribution and community resource referrals. On this page, you can find a comprehensive resource guide, links to virtual lessons with Heart & Hand staff, and information about food pickups


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COVID Resource Guide

COVID Resource Guide

Heart & Hand has developed a comprehensive resource guide for families in need of assistance. This document includes links to the following resources and more:​

  • Emergency Assistance

  • Food & Basic Necessities

  • Housing Support

  • Educational Resources


To support our families and community, Heart & Hand has developed a Black Lives Matter resource guide including information on:

  • Protest safety & protester rights

  • Self-care

  • How to talk to kids about racism

  • Ways to support the movement without protesting


Summer Programs

Heart & Hand offered six weeks of hybrid summer programming for elementary and middle school students beginning June 22nd. The programs consisted of virtual lessons and in-person park days where students connected with adults and peers in small groups. More information and registration available on our homepage. 

Walk-Up Hours

Youth, families and community members are invited to pick up food resources from the Heart & Hand Center at 2758 Welton Street each Wednesday from 4-6PM. In partnership with Denver Food Rescue and We Don't Waste, Heart & Hand will be offering fresh food and additional resources as available. 

Virtual Lessons

In an effort to provide engaging activities to youth while they remain at home, Heart & Hand staff have developed robust virtual learning offerings. Young people can continue to find interactive mini-lessons on our YouTube page including getting active with Ms. Amber or doing art projects with Ms. Kenni!

You can support Heart & Hand's efforts during the Denver Public Schools closure by making a donation. 

The Heart & Hand Center is a 501(c)(3) organization - By creating a nurturing community, Heart & Hand empowers all young people to realize their potential.


2736 Welton St. #204  |  Denver, CO 80205 

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