A Christian service agency helping Estes Valley residents in need, including the temporarily unemployed who receive short-term assistance, and the working poor or persons with low fixed incomes who receive ongoing services. Crossroads Ministry partners with numerous other agencies to maximize benefits to clients, and encourages self- sufficiency through educational opportunities.
All persons are treated equally no matter what — All are welcome who are in need.
In 2019, Colorado returned more than $1 billion in refunds to 1.9 million state taxpayers. In 2020, Coloradans who receive a state tax refund will have a chance to donate all or some of it to a local nonprofit they trust. We wanted to be the first to let you know about this, because Crossroads would love to be a recipient of this new program. When you get ready to do your taxes this year, please remember us with a small gift to feed the hungry and keep the lights on for those on the verge of losing power. All you need to do in a nutshell is write the organization you’d like to ReFund, list our Secretary of State Charitable Solicitations Act number—20033000539, and the amount of your donation. Everything you need to know is listed below in the Frequently Asked Questions section.
In 2019, Crossroads served 365 families comprising 501 adults and 236 children.
135 children were given backpacks full of school supplies in 2019.
178,197 pounds of food were distributed to Estes Valley families in need last year.
113 families in need received Christmas gifts through a partnership with Bright Christmas.
Last year, 6,856 meals were delivered through Meals on Wheels program in the Estes Valley.
Last year, 50 rent payments were made and 67 electric, gas and water utility bills were paid for Estes Valley neighbors in need.
To alleviate the needs among persons in immediate crisis through Crossroad’s current programs and/or referrals to additional community services.
To stabilize an individual or family living situation on a short-term or ongoing basis through Crossroad’s current programs and referral to additional community services including strategic collaborative partnerships.
To assist an individual or family in reaching self-sufficiency or to lessen the need for assistance through money management and energy conservation training courses as well as one-on-one mentoring.
The impact of all programs is measured primarily by tracking the number of individuals and families who are successfully provided vital assistance as well as the percentage of individuals and families who successfully transition from needing assistance to a life style of self-sufficiency.