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Looking for a Way to Help during this Health Crisis?

Are you looking for ways that you can help during this time? Here are a few things you can do:

1. Support Local Businesses -- Now is a great time to Shop Northglenn -- we can't gather, but food pick-up and delivery, gift cards, and online shopping are all an option.  Go to for  our business directory. 

2. Donate Financially 

3. Donate Food and Toiletries

4. Volunteer

  • Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. will have their 42nd Paint-A-Thon (PAT), with an abbreviated schedule and new safety protocols. They are looking to help senior homeowners who may not be able to spruce up their homes on their own. They are  hoping to recruit several enthusiastic teams of volunteers for projects later this summer, when public health orders are lifted. 
  • The Immaculate Heart of Mary Food Bank provides a helping hand for struggling families in the Northglenn area and is always looking for volunteers to help with food distribution.

5. Show you are #NorthglennProud --  join in on our community unity fun! All ages are encouraged to color and post our "N" on home doors and on social media,  and we are asking residents to string up white holiday lights to show hope and solidarity in this trying time. Be kind, check on your neighbors and reach out to those who might need a helping hand (while respecting social distancing). 

6.  Share resources. Look on social media sites (like Northglenn Cares on Facebook started by Mayor Leighty and Nextdoor) and search for Northglenn -- it's a great way to share info about help needed and offered. If you know of resources that can be helpful to people in your community or are an organization in need of resources and cannot access social media, please email info to share at  

7. Take care of yourself.

  • If you are physically ill, please contact your healthcare provider and self-quarantine.
  • Follow social distancing, hand washing, and other health recommendations.
  • Adhere to public health orders like Stay at Home. 
  • If you need emotional support, Community Reach Center is available for anyone experiencing high levels of stress or anxiety during this time. You can call 303-853-3500 or visit online at You may also reach out to Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255