In May, the Tree House Youth Shelter opened its door and has since served more than 100 homeless teens, 72 of which have spent the night in the new facility.
The shelter is only the second of it's kind in Colorado, providing emergency housing, meals and personal care for youths that have no other safe haven.
Tree House Founder Terri Klements says with the winter season upon us and the need for the shelter growing everyday, now more than ever monetary donations are needed to keep the shelter up and running.
The shelter can house up to eight people between the ages of 15 to 18 for up to 15 days.
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