5th Annual PATH Lunch
51 Grape St. Denver 80220
This year’s topic will be “Housing for Health,” including a keynote address by Andrew Romanoff, and an insider’s update on St. Francis Center’s newest plans to develop more housing. Gifts received for this event will fund the Positive Action Towards Housing (PATH) initiative. All donations will support housing programs at St. Francis Center.
Lunch is free, your participation is priceless.
Program starts promptly at 11:30. Please allow a couple of extra minutes for free parking and event check-in.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ATTEND?
350 - 400 people are expected to attend
St. Francis Center is looking for individual and corporate support for the costs associated with the PATH Lunch. Sponsorship packages are available and highlight a vital commitment to housing for all in our community. Packages are available and detailed on the Sponsorship Opportunities sheet.
I CAN’T MAKE IT THAT DAY. CAN I DONATE ANYWAY?
Yes! Please feel free to donate to the event using our homepage donate button at www.sfcdenver.org. Designate the PATH Lunch in the “this contribution is in honor of” field.
WHAT ARE MY PARKING OPTIONS FOR THE EVENT?
Temple Emanuel has plenty of surface parking in the lot adjacent to the building. Curbside parking is also available on the street.
DO I HAVE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR THE LUNCH?
We want to make sure that we have a seat and a meal for everyone who wants to attend, and greatly appreciate your advance registration.
St. Francis Center is a nonprofit institution with roots in the Episcopal Church. It has been a place of refuge for people experiencing homelessness in Metro Denver for more than 36 years, offering a wide array of programs to guide individuals transitioning from homelessness to stability. As a multi-service organization, St. Francis Center focuses their efforts in four key areas: day shelter to meet immediate, basic needs; permanent, supportive housing and case management; employment services offering specialized career training to ex-offenders; and outreach to those living on the streets. Visit www.sfcdenver.org for more information.