Making an impact together

Making an impact together

Family Tree served over 4,500 people with direct services and connected more than 15,000 people to resources through crisis and help lines last year. 

Each of our programs is an entry to the wrap-around services providing support at every step in the journey towards healing.

When you engage with Family Tree, you become an integral part of change within the community. Learn below about a variety of ways you can get involved.

Share the Love

Valentine's Day presents the opportunity to let the people you care about know how much you appreciate them. During the month of February, you can make a donation to Family Tree in honor of someone you want to recognize. Family Tree will email your special someone an acknowledgment of your gift. Provide more than a card this February with a contribution supporting the very important impact and role Family Tree plays in our community. Let your care, concern and love for others multiply during the month of February!

Turkey Day Meals 2023

Family Tree clients are provided with Turkey Day meal kits. To prepare a meal kit for a family, please use the information below to gather items. We request a $35 gift card to allow families to choose their own main course (turkey or another option), and all tote items should be shelf stable.

All 4 Family Tree

When you donate to Family Tree, you support our mission to partner with all people to prevent and overcome the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to promote safety, healing and stability across generations.

Expand your impact

Family Tree served over 4,500 people with direct services and connected more than 15,000 people to resources through crisis and help lines last year. 

Each of our programs is an entry to the wrap-around services providing support at every step in the journey towards healing.

When you engage with Family Tree, you become an integral part of change within the community. Learn below about a variety of ways you can get involved.

Check out all of our exciting opportunities to connect!

Welcome to Marshall Street Landing

Family Tree began filling service gaps for people affected by child abuse and domestic violence in Jefferson County in 1976 and began offering homelessness services in 1989. Today Family Tree serves the seven-county metro area and partners with all people to prevent and overcome the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to promote safety, healing and stability across generations. Family Tree is the only organization in the Denver-metro area working to address the interconnectedness among child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.