Giving Machines are coming to Cherry Creek North!
New for 2023, Giving Machines will be in the Cherry Creek North Winter Wanderland at the entrance to the Holiday Market, 2nd Avenue and Fillmore Street. Machines operate 24/7 November 16 through Christmas Eve. Celebrate a Denver tradition of giving with new charities, new items and new festivities in our new location.
The Giving Machines have been a part of Denver’s holiday season since 2019. Don't miss the kickoff event on Nov. 20, 2023. As always, this year’s initiative is focused on family and how together we can all support each other to “Light the World.”
When can I visit the Giving Machines?
You can use Light the World Giving Machines any time, day or night, from November 16 through Christmas Eve.
Where are the Giving Machines in Denver?
Light the World Giving Machines are part of Cherry Creek North’s Winter Wanderland. They are located at the Holiday Market at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Fillmore Plaza, Denver, CO 80206.
Meet the Charities in the Denver Giving Machines
FAQs about Giving Machines Denver
CHAN is almost entirely volunteer-run and aids asylum seekers fleeing physical and political persecution. CHAN connects their clients with community members to create personal relationships and obtain material resources on their path to assimilating into their new life.
The Delores Project assists around 450 women a year with both emergency housing and supportive housing for disabled women previously chronically unhoused. Through offering shelter, housing and supportive services, The Delores Project helps women overcome their challenges to gain independence and self-reliance.
Global Down Syndrome Foundation supports other Down Syndrome foundations worldwide through networking and research sharing, but within the Denver area they offer classes and training for people with Down Syndrome such as a ballet or football camp for children, fitness classes for adults, skills/job training, etc.
The Salvation Army Intermountain Division is mostly known for helping with food insecurity and transitional housing. The Salvation Army also helps with addiction recovery, skills training and children’s programming.
Camp POSTCARD is a program through Volunteers of America, providing disadvantaged children from the Denver/Aurora metro area with a first-time mountain summer camp experience. It focuses on providing safe, positive interactions between youth and first responders who serve as camp counselors.