32nd Avenue Jubilee Center

Join us in serving with compassion & seeking justice for our North Denver neighbors! Our small grassroots organization maximizes every dollar to benefit our neighbors. Your partnership allows us to provide enrichment to kids, help for folks in difficult times, & advocacy for immigrants. Thank you!

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32Nd Avenue Jubilee Center​​​​​​​
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2222 W. 32nd Avenue
Denver, CO 80211
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Mission Statement

Mission Statement: We help our Northwest Denver neighbors move away from poverty and need.

Vision Statement: We will strive to promote justice and peace among all people while respecting the dignity of every human being.

Organization History

The 32nd Avenue Jubilee Center has been a welcoming presence in the Northwest Denver community since 2001; helping those who live in poverty and who are marginalized. The center accomplishes this through programs and services that target poverty, youth and their families, those in immigrant communities, the elderly, and those living with disabilities. We work to break the cycle of poverty for residents living below the poverty level in Northwest Denver.

The Jubilee Center accomplishes its mission through several programs:
1. Youth Education Enrichment
2. Community Healthcare
3. Emergency Assistance
4. Advocate for immigration of young adults seeking documentation credentials through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
5. Asset-Based Community Development for the Northside

Geographic service boundaries in the Denver area are 52nd Avenue on the north, Colfax Avenue on the south, I-25 on the east, and Sheridan Boulevard on the west.

The 32nd Avenue Jubilee Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is located at 2222 W. 32nd Avenue in Denver. The Jubilee Center is a Jubilee Ministry of The Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Colorado, which relies upon donations and volunteers to serve its clients and the community, but not the church. The Jubilee Center is not a religious organization. We do not proselytize. No one shall be denied services because of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disabilities, age, or religious affiliation.


"Thank you so much, not only for the help you've willingly given us, but for your efforts at helping everyone! It sure is appreciated!"
- Dianna and David

"Thanks to the Jubilee Center, I now have my social [security number], my license, a work permit...What more could I ask for?!"
- Wilburt

"I appreciate getting a pair of glasses from the Jubilee Center because now I can drive...Thank you."
- Alfred

"I give thanks for the tutoring program at the Jubilee Center. It has been a huge blessing for my family. I can't even think how I can be more grateful for all the kindness, the loving help they have been for my sixth grade boy and my first grade girl. We have been part of the school program and the summer program for three years. I can only ask for the opportunity to have the program not just for my kids but for many more children with (academic) needs."
- Sandra

"My kids have been part of this program for four years, and they have gotten so much help with their school work and love and support for me and my family. I thank Miss Jan who has been working hard to help my kids and all the other kids who need help and encouragement."
- Rosa

"Thank you so much for helping Jose with his math, and in particular, for helping him learn his multiplication tables."
- Jose's Teacher

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