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Holiday Giving with Liberty Home Loans

By November 30, 2017 6 Comments

Help make it a better Holiday Season for homeless and underprivileged Coloradans.

Holiday Giving with Liberty Home Loans 2017



Community Charity Program

[table id=1 /] Happy Holidays to all my friends and supporters who have contributed to our Community Program through the years. It’s hard to believe the Holidays are almost here. This is the 21st year that we have been working with local businesses and wonderful individuals in the community like yourself to help less fortunate people and families in need.

21 yrs ago we were sitting at Canon Mine coffee with some friends and came up with this program to help seniors and families in the community. I think we did 15 baskets that first year. The program has expanded every year thanks to wonderful people. Some donors and volunteers have helped every year since we started the program in 1997.

That is what I call the definition of Community and the meaning of a holiday tradition. Our goal has always been to bring a smile and hope to less fortunate people in our community. This is a wonderful cause in which 100% of all contributions are donated to charity. Please consider helping us this year.

We have teamed up with Bridge House this year to aid in their efficient and effective mission to bring their clients from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

– Rob Myers

Bridge House

The Bridge House has created concrete opportunities to actively engage their clients and help them address their challenges to obtaining mainstream employment and housing. A note from them about what they do:

We have taken a leadership role in creating new and effective solutions to homelessness in Boulder. Our Path to Home overnight sheltering not only offers a safe place to sleep, but includes intensive case management service plan as a pathway out of homelessness.

Our basic needs outreach case management includes services such as benefit sign up, health and dental care, access to mental health, sobriety support, and assessment for housing all on a drop in basis. Our award winning Ready to Work program – a “work first” model combing paid employment in social enterprise, with housing and supportive services. We currently employ and house 44 individuals transitioning out of homelessness at any given time.

Current Programs: Our programs work across a continuum known as our “Bridge of Opportunity”. We connect our clients to the appropriate services that they need to move out of homelessness. All of our programs have been modified throughout our 20 years in operation to ensure we are providing adequate and comprehensive services for our clients while adapting to community and regional dynamics

In 2016, we served 107,343 meals and saw 1,800 individuals through our case management services. The Ready to Work program had 100 participants with a 77% success rate for those that graduated and completed the program. Since we began our new program Path to Home in July we expect our outreach case management numbers to increase in 2017.

Learn More About Bridge House

How to Contribute

You can donate online with a credit card or PayPal account
via the DONATE button above.

You can drop off checks at one of three locations:

  • Liberty Home Loans, located at 357 McCaslin Blvd., Suite 200, Louisville 80027, Phone: 720-890-8900
  • Four Star Realty and Property Management, located at 1938 Pearl St. 200, Boulder, CO 80302, Phone:
  • Pellman’s Automotive Service, located at 2560 49th St, Boulder, CO 80301, Phone: 303-938-4050

Checks can be mailed to: Liberty Home Loans, Attn: Rob Myers, 357 McCaslin Blvd., Suite 200, Louisville 80027
Please write the check to Bridge House, Memo: Holiday Charity Donation.

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Want to learn more about the program or get involved?  Contact Rob Myers at Liberty Home Loans today.


Thank You & Happy Holidays

Liberty Home Loans



Robert Myers
Mic De Min
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