TGTHR is committed to the health and safety of our program participants, staff, volunteers, and community at large. Therefore, TGTHR’s staff and volunteers are required to be 100% vaccinated to be on site. We also are following Boulder County Public Health guidelines when it comes to our mask policy.
You can help by making a meal, donating needed items, or giving a monetary gift:
These local businesses are amazing partners of TGTHR, and support the youth in our programs, so please consider supporting them during this time.
- 1313 A Salon
- Arrowhead Awards
- Center Copy
- Cosmo’s Pizza
- Foolish Craig’s
- GB Culinary
- Hapa Sushi
- Lindsay’s Deli
- Pasta Jay’s
- PMG Lending
- Proto’s Pizza
- River and Woods
(interested in setting up a meal for youth at TGTHR? Email Kathryn Quinn: kquinn@TGTHR.org)
We have, along with the rest of the world, been carefully evaluating the ever-changing COVID-19 situation and have remained in rapid response mode to make adjustments to our organization. This unexpected pandemic has affected every aspect of our program participants' lives, and we are committed to keeping them safe and healthy.
Here are some ways we have responded:
- Mandated all staff and volunteers be 100% vaccinated.
- Reconfigured the way we operate our Street Outreach Program to prevent unnecessary contact with individuals, and follow CDC guidelines.
- Prepared isolation spaces in each of our programs.
- Continue to remain in communication with schools to provide support while young people are still at home to prevent displacement, abuse, and/or neglect.
- Supporting program participants with distance learning.
- Created a financial modeling plan to responsibly spend our dollars and ensure the longevity of TGTHR.
- Enacted hazard pay for our program staff who are on the front lines caring for our program participants during this time.
- Implemented contact tracing if any staff or program participants test positive for COVID-19.
- Hosted our 2 annual fundraising events virtually.
- Now requiring all donation drop-offs be scheduled ahead of time to minimize the amount of visitors to our offices.
- Continue to practice the recommended health and safety protocols in programs.
Read Youth Stories
Meet Johnathan (He, Him, His)
Johnathan came to The Source Drop-in Center in 2018 and again in 2019 after experiencing some legal issues that left him unemployed and homeless. He was at risk to go to prison for up to 5-years and needed a place to stay and find healing
Meet Viktor (He/Him/His)
Viktor (he/him/his) came to The Source in a difficult time in his life. He was driven from the beginning to achieve reliable housing and stable finances. Viktor was able to secure employment within two weeks of being at The Source and has since been approved
Meet Ilya (they/them/theirs)
Ilya (they/them/theirs) first came to The Source in 2019 after leaving a motel in Denver where theywere living with their family. Ilya said they came to The Source because they wanted to find a stableplace to live and needed a little bit of help. When