Ways to Donate/Buy Tickets

With your help we can continue to serve the most vulnerable in our community. Thank You!

Financial Support

List of needed resources:

Hygiene products, food, clothing, cleaning products, small household items, etc.

Drop off location:

2010 E Bijou St. Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Homeward Pikes Peak is a qualified Enterprise Zone Charity

25% tax credit for any contribution over $250.00

El Paso County Enterprise Zone Contributions encourage community participation and public private partnerships to revitalize Enterprise Zones. Contribution Projects aim to focus community engagement on an issue or opportunity to elicit a shift, create something, and accomplish a stated goal within a defined time period. Projects need to focus on improving economic conditions and have measurable outcomes.

HPP fits into the Homeless Support category -Projects may fund housing, referrals and counseling, job placement, and other services targeted to the homeless. Providing housing and services for the homeless may provide the homeless person opportunities to engage in the local economy, while also helping to revitalize areas where homeless might otherwise gather and deter people from visiting main street businesses.

Contributions are eligible for a 25% tax credit and must be made in the form of a check written to “El Paso County Enterprise Zone”.  The name of the charity and the last four digits of the donor’s Social Security Number must be in the memo section of your check.   You can mail your contribution to HPP at 2010 E Bijou St. Colorado Springs, CO 80909.  HPP will fill out a form for the county office of Economic Development and process your contribution on your behalf.

Donors having made a certified contribution to an Enterprise Zone Contribution Project may claim 25% of a cash donation as an income tax credit, and half of that amount (12.5%) for an in-kind donation. The actual credit earned is figured based on all eligible contributions during the tax year and capped at $100,000 per tax-payer with the balance carried forward up to 5 years.

This information does not substitute for tax advice that you may seek out from your tax advisor.  If you have any general questions, please contact Beth Roalstad, Executive Director at (719) 473-5557.

Indy GIVE! Campaign

Let the Fun Begin!

We are pleased to be a participant in the 10th Annual Indy GIVE! Campaign. This is an exciting time for our community. Each Indy GIVE! Participant creatively and passionately shares about their work I hopes of a year-end gift from community members. It is a lot like children waiting for good ol’ St. Nick!

Please watch for Homeward Pikes Peak in the newspaper, online and your mailbox and consider a contribution to support our supportive housing services that seek to be a community solution for homelessness and our recovery service that provide substance abuse treatment.

The special events begin in November.


Our first fun event is on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 1-5 pm at Pub Dog and it is called Cocktails, Mocktails and Dogtails! A dog friendly event and venue will host HPP and three other nonprofit organizations for an afternoon of socializing and dog schmoozing! Pub Dog is located at 2207 Bott Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80904.


The second event of the Indy GIVE! Season will be held on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Energy Resource Center located at 114 W. Rio Grande Street. This event is called Eat, Drink, Give! It is from 5-8 pm and will host over 20 participating nonprofit organizations. Please join us for a fun community building event that will introduce you to some wonderful programs, volunteers and neighbors of our fine city!

Dinner in the Dark Tickets!

Homeward Pikes Peak invites you to join us on the lawn of the Myron Stratton Home for a special event to benefit families and individuals struggling with substance use disorders, mental illness, and homelessness within our community.

The evening will feature a delicious dinner donated by The Picnic Basket catering company, and stories of inspiration and illumination.  HPP seeks to raise awareness and support for people overcoming barriers – entering recovery and changing their lives in the most meaningful of ways.

Together we can be a community that restores dignity for all.  Please join us!

Or call (719)473-5557. email inquiries to