CHUM Award Recipients  to date
Capitol Hill United Ministries
    2009
January/February

Denver Center for Crime Victims
emergency financial assistance to victims
of crime in Capitol Hill.

March

Urban Servant Corps  supporting the
expenses of one volunteer working with a
youth shelter
Warren Village supporting the Family
Services Program teaching skills for self
sufficiency.

April/May

Central Visitation providing supervised
visitation services for noncustodial low
income parents with their children.
Mercy Housing preparing apartments at
the Aromor Building for new, previously
homeless residents.

Total 1989 to date:  $619,900
Total in 2009:   $5,000
   2010
January/February

Denver Center for Crime Victims

provide emergency financial assistance to
victims of crime in Capitol Hill, such as
rent assistance, relocation, lock and
window repairs, transportation and
medication
The Legal Center for People with
Disabilities and Older People—legal
services to combat housing and health
care discrimination, to obtain special
education and vocational rehab services,
and financial entitlements

Senior Lunch and Senior Drop-In Center
at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church—to
expand services

St. Luke’s Ministry Nurse Aide
Training
Program at Our Savior’s
Lutheran Church—Certified Nurse
Training program for unemployed and
under-employed residents of Capitol Hill

March/April
Metro CareRing—
for the food pantry

May/June
Association for Senior Citizens—
for
the food support program

July/August
Local Assistance Ministry at St. Paul
Lutheran Church
-- providing rent
assistance, bus tokens, prescription drug
costs, shelter and food.

September/December
DenUM—
for the food pantry


Total 1989 to date:  $640,000         
Total in 2010:  $8,000