How we are Responding to COVID-19

and how you can help during these times

Our in-person volunteer opportunities are currently on hold, but you can support the young people at TGTHR by donating a meal, donating needed items, or giving a monetary gift

Meal Donations

Prepare or order a meal for youth in our programs

Food Donations

Donate non-perishable food to ensure youth don’t face food insecurity

Item Donations

Donate items such as paper products, art supplies, puzzles, etc.

Financial Gifts

Give a gift today to support our 24/7 day-to-day operations

These local businesses are amazing partners of TGTHR, and support the youth in our programs, so please consider supporting them during this time.

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:
  • 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.
  • Closed our administrative office and required all staff that can work from home to work from home.
  • Now requiring all donation drop-offs be scheduled ahead of time to minimize the amount of visitors.
  • Continue to practice the recommended health and safety protocols in programs.

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1440 Pine St. Suite B Boulder, CO 80302 (currently closed due to COVID-19)

303.447.1206

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3080 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304

303.447.1207