Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Denver Delivery Network

ATTENTION: After 15 months of operation during the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Denver Delivery Network is shutting down operations, with our last day on June 1, 2021.

We are grateful for our tireless volunteers, who have handled hundreds of deliveries, and are happy that we could help so many of our neighbors during this very difficult time.

Denver Delivery Network

Who we are

We are a network of volunteers who help you get groceries and other essential items in the Denver area during the coronavirus outbreak. We follow contact protocols based on CDC guidelines, to reduce the risk of spreading infection.

Volunteers deliver items to your door and you’ll reimburse them for costs via Venmo, Zelle, cash, or SNAP. There is no delivery fee. See our current coverage map.

We are registered as a nonprofit in the State of Colorado (EIN 85-0523608) and are listed with Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 service.

Who We Serve

We serve those affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, who are either sick/symptomatic, exposed to the COVID-19 virus or in a high-risk group. Our coverage area map shows where we can currently deliver.

Since last March, the Denver Delivery Network has been providing necessities to area seniors by delivering grocery orders. Now, they’ve added to that mission to provide vital vaccine information for that population they already serve.
“Some people might initially feel a little embarrassed about asking somebody to shop for them, but when they realize that people are coming out the woodwork wanting to help, they are genuinely grateful,” Millis added. “And we feel the same way about having the opportunity to help them.”
"I've always been a believer in helping people," said Nicole Stanek Scott, one of 50 volunteers who deliver to neighbors in Five Points, Curtis Park and now Park Hill.
David Millis and Robbie Hobein are setting up a network of neighbors ready to lend a hand...they’ve used the process skills from their tech jobs to meld Slack, Google and more into a fast-paced system for deploying assistance.
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how you can help

Make a donation

Donations are used to support neighbors who are unable to cover their needs during this critical time.

Tell Your Neighbors

Are any of your neighbors directly affected by the outbreak? Let them know our delivery services are here to help. Download and print one of our flyers below!

Join our Efforts

We have many different types of volunteer opportunities and are building a network of caring neighbors.

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