Denver’s Holiday Giving Tree to Support Refugee Families

Rocky Mountain Sports Club

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’tis the Season of Giving.

More Perfect Union’s Colorado Brickyard is partnering with the Broomfield Resettlement Task Force and the Rocky Mountain Sports Club to create a Giving Tree, a way for Coloradans to give to Broomfield refugee families.

Join us this holiday season for delicious food, rich conversation, and a celebration of supporting our community in need. All community members are welcome to join us for this free event at the Rocky Mountain Sports Club on Saturday, December 3, at 3pm. 

We’ll be lighting the Christmas tree, outlining gifts that will be given to these families, and joining together to share a conversation about the community.

You’ll have the opportunity to pull a tag from the tree to shop for a community member in need. This is going to be a cheerful and family-friendly event where MPU members and Colorado neighbors can break bread together.

The Broomfield Resettlement Task Force is accepting (unwrapped) gift donations from December 3 – December 15. The organization also accepts monetary donations in lieu of gifts.

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About the Front Range Chapter

The Front Range includes a multitude of communities along the Rocky Mountains from Colorado’s capital Denver, to the City of Champions, Colorado Springs, and to the Home of Heroes, Pueblo, Colorado. The region straddles a state border, a mountain range and the Continental Divide itself. The Front Range literally stands above boundaries.

The Fort Range Brickyard Captain is Brandon Newton supported by Brickyard Leaders Ricardo Chavez, Michael Greenwood, and Ryan Woolf.

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