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Big or small, monthly or one-time, we are always grateful for donations. Your financial contributions allow us to continue providing life-changing resources to our residents in need across all of our affordable housing units in El Paso County, CO. Our mission of providing safe, stable, and supportive housing is made easier with the help of our wonderful donors. Click here to learn more about how to donate and the impact of that donation. 


Passionate about giving back to your community and impacting the lives of our residents? We’d love to have you join us in our mission through the giving of your time. Volunteer opportunities include: general office support, preparing Welcome Home Bags data entry, teaching life skills classes, special event planning, preparation; and execution, and pickup and delivery drivers for in-kind and food donations.


As a nonprofit, Greccio Housing is committed to transparency with our financial information. We've made our most recent audits and annual reports publicly available.

Ways To Give

Safe. Stable. Supportive.

Community Connections

Greccio envisioned our Resident Resource Center to be a community asset – one that would be a hub of activity and resources for service offerings by nonprofits with related missions. With our expanded capacity, Greccio has partnered with numerous nonprofits, all of which are committed to improving our community; one household, one child, and one family at a time. Non-duplication of services and expansion of access to a variety of offerings at a single location is a model of effectiveness and efficiency.  The Resident Resource Center leverages every donated dollar for the maximum benefit of our community residents. 

US Bank
Ent Credit Union
Colorado Springs Community Development
Colorado Department of Local Affairs
El Paso County Economic Development
Brothers Redevelopment, Inc.
Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado
Food to Power
Myron Stratton Home Colorado Springs
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Greccio Housing receives $300,000+ in foundation and government grants annually to support our work.

Anschutz Foundation - $20,000

CHFA Direct Effect Award - $20,000

City of Colorado Springs (CDBG) - $145,000

Colorado Springs Utilities Focus Fund - $25,872

Inasmuch Foundation - $50.000

Mabel Horrigan Foundation - $2,000

Marson Foundation - $2,000

Luther T McCauley Charitable Trust - $40,000

Pikes Peak United Way - $15,000

Sam S Bloom Foundation - $3,000

US Bank Foundation - $10,000

Wells Fargo Foundation - $25,000



In addition, we receive over $150.000 each year in financial donations from private individuals, corporate donors, or local churches. Listed below is a partial list of our annual financial donations. There are also dozens of individuals who contribute amounts less than $500, offer in-kind donations, or provide hundreds of volunteer hours. All of this assistance is critical to help us to keep residents safely and stably housed.


Woodford Manufacturing Charities

Employees at Woodford Manufacturing

Chris and Paul Nervig

First Presbyterian Church


Dan and Jodie Boedingheimer

Aaron and Andrea Boyles

Carol Overby

Carl and Laine Smith

Apartment Association of Southern Colorado

Art C Klein Construction

Kaiser Permanente


Tammy Apaydin and Chad Stevens

James Barry

Terry and Susan Darby

Carol Beckman and Jim Davies

Sandie and Bob Guenther

Braden Hammond

Michael Heritage

Grace Hill

Jack Howard

Jerry and Kathy Knauf

Bette Large

David Lord

John Lundberg

Diane Miller

Charles Murphy

Tom and Sue Neill

John Osborn

Lee and Laura Patke

Michelle Saad

Randy and BJ Scott

Alan Severn

Don and Marsha Smith

Gregory and Margaret Snodgrass

Thomas Titsworth

Atlas Wealth Group

Colorado Springs Downtown Lions Club


Pikes Peak Dream Homes Realty

Pikes Peak Kiwanis

Scott's Miracle-gro


Fran Amos

Mary Susan Costa

Kent Borges and Stephanie DiCenzo

Patrick and Deborah Galaska

Virginia Gatz

Wanda Haynes

Thomas and Judy Henley

John and Jan Henry

Vicky and Gregory Manlove

Tom and Michealene Miller

John and Joanne Pearring

Michael Phan

Will Stoller-Lee

RaiLynn Vaughn

Tami Zamborelli

GE Dunn Construction

St Gabriel Catholic Church

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