We've teamed up with the Aurora Housing Authority and Denver Housing Authority for our first-ever giving wall, an easy way for those of you who can to give back to our communities this winter.
Here's how the giving wall will work:
1. Come visit the wall in our community area at Stanley starting November 8 and pick a gift tag from either side. The tag will include info about a person or family who needs some extra support and love this holiday season, including an age and a gift suggestion or two.
2. Purchase a gift for that person, with a recommended value of around $20 or $25. We'd love for you to purchase gifts at our Stanley businesses, but you're not obligated to.
3. Drop off the gift(s) at Trunk Nouveau or True. (Additional drop-off locations may be added.) Our friends at the respective housing authorities will deliver the gifts to people in need this holiday season.
We'll share more details about this program as it develops, and some photos of the wall once it arrives so you'll know exactly what to look for. Thanks in advance for helping us help others. It's one of the reasons we're here.
The Stanley Harvesting Hope Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot
Stapleton Central Park
Come participate in a family friendly, professionally timed and managed, 5K walk/run on Thanksgiving Day! Bring the kiddos for a FREE kids fun run. All proceeds are donated to the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research to eliminate the leading genetic cause of life-threatening childhood obesity.
Welcome to the Stapleton Circulator, a free eTuk that travels from the 29th Avenue Town Center in Stapleton to Stanley Marketplace every Sunday now through December from 10AM to 2PM.
Rides are free, warm, and fun, and brought to you by ETuk Denver and Northeast Transportation Connections.
Circulator stops include the fountain at Town Center, 29th Avenue at Central Park Boulevard, 29th Avenue and Beeler Street, and the southeast entrance to Stanley.
Photo credit to Steve Larson, Front Porch Newspaper