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Our clients come first as they face the everyday storms of life.
Our services are provided in an atmosphere of love, hope and purpose.

 

The Colorado Children's Campaign listed Pueblo County's child poverty rate at 26.2% with senior citizens in the poverty at 10.8%.
Pueblo County families exceed state averages in public assistance and the homeless population has increased by more than 50% in less than three years.
This mission requires courage, discipline and determination and we do it to glorify God.

Financial donations allow the Pueblo Cooperative Care Center to continue feeding and providing needed services to thousands of low-income individuals, including working parents with children, underemployed or unemployed individuals; persons with disabilities, senior citizens living on fixed incomes, military veterans, the homeless and other Pueblo County residents struggling to make ends meet.

Colorado Gives to Pueblo Cooperative Care

COLORADO GIVES

We offer several ways to safely and securely donate online throughout the year.
Common donations include:
One-time Donations
Recurring Donations
In Memory of Donations
In Honor of Donations
Fundraisers & Projects

Support Pueblo Cooperative Care

MAIL A CHECK

please do not mail currency
 Mail your contribution to: 
Pueblo Cooperative Care Center
326 West 8th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003-3005 

Mail services are most often used for traditional single gifts, or restricted gifts that are dedicated for use in specific programs.

Support Pueblo Cooperative Care

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

You are welcome to call us for any reason at any time! Call to schedule a donation, talk about planned-giving or estate planning; or to ask questions and plan a tour of our facility for individuals or groups.

Call: (719) 543-7484 or (719) KIDS-HUG

Donors call regarding special or complex gifts, or they call just to hear a friendly voice.

Items Needed on a Regular Basis
Clothing

We can always use men's, women's and children's clothing and we have high demand for socks, underwear and seasonal items. Newborn clothing is always welcome.

 

Hygiene Needs

We need new tooth brushes, toothpaste, dental floss, feminine hygiene products, body soap, shampoo, diapers, wipes, toilet paper, tissue, dish soap, and more!

Food

Top Ten List

  1. Peanut Butter and Jelly
  2. Canned Meats and Fish
  3. Canned Soup
  4. Canned Vegetables
  5. Boxed Cereals
  6. Rice
  7. Pinto Beans
  8. Pasta and Pasta Sauce
  9. Canned Prepared Foods
  10. Shelf Stable Milk
  • Canned foods, soup, Ramen

  • Canned vegetables, fruit

  • Peanut butter & jelly

  • Rice, pasta, pinto beans

  • Mac & cheese, crackers, fruit snacks

  • Cereal, canned fruit

  • Canned chicken, ham, SPAM, tuna

  • Peanut butter & jelly

  • Canned vegetables, fruit

  • Instant potatoes, stuffing, flour, sugar

  • Canned beef, ham, turkey

  • Candy, canned fruit, nuts