I am so honored to share an article that was recently published on Elephant Journal, a site dedicated to mindfulness and healthy living. Please share this by any mean as you never know who it may impact.
When you volunteer to help others, you also improve your own mental wellness! Everyone struggles with something and sometimes those struggles can turn into the symptoms of depression. When you are struggling, volunteering is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Today, a group of Project Helping volunteers gave their time to … Continue reading Volunteer Project at Urban Peak
I’ve suffered from my self-diagnosed depression since I was 13. Looking back, there were definitely rapid, consecutive, and what seemed as life shattering events that led up to my thirteenth year of life. It’s clear to me now that was when my thoughts, feelings and actions took a dark turn. I consciously chose to internalize things, … Continue reading Shaelyn Christiansen – Living with Depression
We are so honored to have been guests on the BigShow Sports Radio show in Denver. Have a listen as we talk about the mission of Project Helping and what inspired us to do what we do.
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We had a fantastic volunteer group this morning for the Project Helping volunteer event at Urban Peak. Urban Peak provides services for youth that are homeless, on the verge of being homeless or transitioning out of homelessness. The services that Urban Peak provides are extensive and vitally important. We are incredibly proud to partner with them … Continue reading Volunteer – Project Helping at Urban Peak
Amazing and impactful work done today by the Project Helping volunteers. By giving three hours of their time, they prepared enough food for over 6000 meals to immediately go to hungry families all over Colorado. The Food Bank does amazing work and we are proud to partner with them. Project Helping brings a volunteer team … Continue reading Volunteer- Project Helping at Food Bank of the Rockies
Today, the amazing volunteer team from Project Helping served breakfast to over 100 homeless youth at the Urban Peak Drop In Center. Providing a meal is an impact and important opportunity for volunteers. At the same time, it creates an amazing sense of purpose and improves the mental wellness of the person doing the volunteer … Continue reading Project Helping at Urban Peak
Our great group of volunteers prepared and served breakfast to over 100 homeless youth at the Urban Peak Drop in Center this morning. They had a great impact, not only on the youth, but on their own mental wellness as well. Volunteering is one of the best things you can do for your own mental … Continue reading Project Helping at Urban Peak