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One Republic, Biggest Loser and Food Bank

FBR staff and volunteers with One Republic. What does the NBC hit show, Biggest Loser, have in common with chart topping band,One Republic? They joined forces last week to raise hunger awareness in our community by spending an afternoon at Food Bank of the Rockies.

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Lives in Transition

These are portraits of lives in transition -the people associated with Denver Rescue Mission -homeless transients, program residents and volunteers. Denver Rescue Mission offers food and housing for the homeless as well as long term rehab and transitional housing programs. These men are working toward

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Lachey Day

You never know when random excitement will come our way here at FBR. Yesterday we received a visit from a huge yellow tour bus, carrying Nick Lachey (luhshay). Nick, co-founder of a new website, winnit.com, came to Denver as part of his 11 day “Everybody

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Seeds of Tomorrow

Warren Village is a non-profit organization that assists formerly homeless, low-income, single parent families in achieving sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.The folks at Warren Village view their theme “Seeds of Tomorrow” from two perspectives. By planting seeds, the children learn a lesson similar to that

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Charles

Charles Alcott of Denver sits on the bank of the Cherry Creek near Speer and Lincoln. To the right of the photo is the site where Charles recently risked his life by diving into the raging water to save the life of a drowning victim.

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One Republic, Biggest Loser and Food Bank

FBR staff and volunteers with One Republic. What does the NBC hit show, Biggest Loser, have in common with chart topping band,One Republic? They joined forces last week to raise hunger awareness in our community by spending an afternoon at Food Bank of the Rockies.

Read More »

Lives in Transition

These are portraits of lives in transition -the people associated with Denver Rescue Mission -homeless transients, program residents and volunteers. Denver Rescue Mission offers food and housing for the homeless as well as long term rehab and transitional housing programs. These men are working toward

Read More »

Lachey Day

You never know when random excitement will come our way here at FBR. Yesterday we received a visit from a huge yellow tour bus, carrying Nick Lachey (luhshay). Nick, co-founder of a new website, winnit.com, came to Denver as part of his 11 day “Everybody

Read More »

Seeds of Tomorrow

Warren Village is a non-profit organization that assists formerly homeless, low-income, single parent families in achieving sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.The folks at Warren Village view their theme “Seeds of Tomorrow” from two perspectives. By planting seeds, the children learn a lesson similar to that

Read More »

Charles

Charles Alcott of Denver sits on the bank of the Cherry Creek near Speer and Lincoln. To the right of the photo is the site where Charles recently risked his life by diving into the raging water to save the life of a drowning victim.

Read More »

One Republic, Biggest Loser and Food Bank

FBR staff and volunteers with One Republic. What does the NBC hit show, Biggest Loser, have in common with chart topping band,One Republic? They joined forces last week to raise hunger awareness in our community by spending an afternoon at Food Bank of the Rockies.

Read More »

Lives in Transition

These are portraits of lives in transition -the people associated with Denver Rescue Mission -homeless transients, program residents and volunteers. Denver Rescue Mission offers food and housing for the homeless as well as long term rehab and transitional housing programs. These men are working toward

Read More »

Lachey Day

You never know when random excitement will come our way here at FBR. Yesterday we received a visit from a huge yellow tour bus, carrying Nick Lachey (luhshay). Nick, co-founder of a new website, winnit.com, came to Denver as part of his 11 day “Everybody

Read More »

Seeds of Tomorrow

Warren Village is a non-profit organization that assists formerly homeless, low-income, single parent families in achieving sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.The folks at Warren Village view their theme “Seeds of Tomorrow” from two perspectives. By planting seeds, the children learn a lesson similar to that

Read More »

Charles

Charles Alcott of Denver sits on the bank of the Cherry Creek near Speer and Lincoln. To the right of the photo is the site where Charles recently risked his life by diving into the raging water to save the life of a drowning victim.

Read More »

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