Welcome to Family Tree’s Press Room!
This page is designed to provide quick access to information about Family Tree. You may also contact Katherine Lawson at (303) 422-2133 x706 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any media-related requests.
Family Tree’s mission is to help people overcome child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to become safe, strong and self-reliant.
Family Tree is the only organization in the metro area that addresses the interconnectivity between these issues and in doing so, we are changing how individuals, families, and communities see, respond to, and overcome these challenges.
Check out the resources below to learn more about Family Tree:
- Who we are: Read a brief overview of Family Tree and our programs.
- Photos and stories: Read about the individuals and families we serve through stories shared on our Instagram and photos shared on our Facebook.
- Annual Reports: See our annual reports for a more detailed account of the past fiscal year.
Recent News Coverage
Lakewood Sentinel: Ring up the old — Environmental benefit, vintage popularity boost interest in thrift stores
Lakewood Sentinel: The Point In Time Survey Is Always a Humbling and Heartbreaking Experience
Denverite: As Metro Denver Embarks On Its Homeless Count Jeffcos Data Is More Thorough Than Most
9News: Local non-profit provides services to people affected by homelessness, domestic violence and child abuse
Lakewood Sentinel: Yarn group collecting warm items for Family Tree
Denver Post: Lakewood puts an end to RV parking, shutting down makeshift solution to homelessness
Denverite: A new development to the north shows how some Denver suburbs are responding to a regional housing crisis
Denverite: If Denver and the feds use a hammer to measure the homelessness crisis, JeffCo uses a scalpel
Aurora Sentinel: Aurora city council tackles illegal pot problems, homeless family campus and more
Lakewood Sentinel: National Thrift Store Day — save the date (and money)
Lakewood Sentinel: Family Tree asks the communuity to count its comforts
CBS Denver: #CountyourComforts Effort Helps Those Experiencing Hard Times 'Feel Like A Superhero
Bonneville Radio: Mile High Magazine 06/09/19 Family Tree
Englewood Herald: Bill Clayton 2019 Citizen of the Year
Englewood Herald: Englewood Homeless Perspectives
Globe Newswire: Colorado Nonprofit Accepts 31-Acre Campus Donation Begins 32 Million in Sustainable Energy Improvements
Arvada Press: Event Celebrates Community Impact
KDVR: Wheat Ridge Police Sergeant Comes to Aid of Homeless Family In Need
Arvada Press: Arvada Talks Solving Homelessness at Community Breakfast
Arvada Press: Family Tree Announces Name Change
Arvada Press: A Mix of Forward Momentum and Old Issues for Arvada
December 6, 2019 DENVER BRONCOS Brandon McManus and teammates to provide shopping spree for families served by Family Tree
August 28, 2019 Nonprofits in Jefferson County Hosted 19th Annual Legislative BBQ
August 20, 2019 5,755 People Are Experiencing Homelessness in the Denver Metro Area
July 29, 2019 Treasure Trunk Community Thrift Celebrates National Thrift Store Day
May 29, 2019 Family Tree Challenges Community to #CountYourComforts
May 24, 2019 Milender White Completes Major Renovations at Family Tree Roots of Courage Domestic Violence Shelter
April 3, 2019 Family Tree Raises Awareness of National Child Abuse Prevention Month
March 21, 2019 Family Tree’s 26th Annual Celebration of Achievement
March 7, 2019 Family Tree Announces Name Change for Domestic Violence Emergency Residential Facility