Winter Shelter Network


Southeast has partnered with the Winter Shelter Network (WSN) to provide temporary shelter during the winter months for up to 40 women and children one night each week.

The WSN is a group of churches in Douglas County who are partnering together to help residents who are experiencing homelessness. The WSN is led by a council made up of representatives from partner churches and community agencies.

This initiative helps homeless women and their children in Douglas County who would normally be sleeping in their car, but during the winter months have nowhere to go. Each church will offer a clean bed, a hot evening meal, breakfast and a packed lunch for the next day.

WE NEED YOU! In order to provide these services for these deserving women and children, we need over 100 volunteers each month.

Each week we need a team of people for many different roles: meals, evening, and overnight hosts, a laundry and supply team, and set-up and clean-up crews. You can volunteer once, once a month or every week.

If you are interested in learning more, visit us online at www.southeastcc.org/WSN or contact Nicole DeVries, Nicole.devries@southeastcc.org or 720-842-5528.