Domestic & Sexual Violence Crisis Hotline: 1.970.565.2100 WINGS Safehouse: 1.970.565.9116
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1.800.656.HOPE

Volunteer Opportunities at Renew Inc.

We offer many volunteer opportunities at Renew Inc. of Cortez.

  • Become a Board Member
  • Become a Crisis Hotline Responder
  • Provide Transportation To and From Appointments
  • Volunteer to Cook a Meal
  • Volunteer to Clean in the Safe House
  • Help with a Fundraising Activity
  • Teach a New Skill
  • Volunteer at Second Chance Thrift Store
  • Distribute Brochures to Display Sites

All of the above opportunities help a victim become a survivor.

 

Wish List

Non-Food Items

  • Diapers and Pull-ups, any size but particularly size 3 and up
  • Sweat Suit Sets, all sizes
  • Slippers, all sizes
  • Flip-flops, all sizes
  • Storage tubs with lids for shed storage, medium and large sizes
  • Lysol type wipes
  • Baking soda
  • Lysol spray
  • Lysol type sprays and cleaners
  • Toilet paper
  • Paper towels
  • City Market Gift Cards
  • Wal-Mart Gift Cards
  • Trash bags, 13 gal kitchen type
  • Laundry detergent
  • Dryer sheets
  • Small plug in clocks with alarm function
  • Twin bed mattress pads
  • Double bed mattress pads

Food/Kitchen Items

  • Salad Fixings, jarred or packaged dry goods
  • Powdered Milk
  • Asian quick/boxed meals and ingredients
  • Canned mushrooms
  • Juice
  • Tortillas
  • Toothpicks
  • Hand held can opener
  • Kitchen scissors
  • Parchment paper
  • Forks

WINGS Safehouse residents often wish for…

Women

  • Mascara
  • Blush
  • Lip tint
  • Elmer’s glue, bottled and stick
  • Hair products, gels, foams (no alcohol based sprays)
  • Adult coloring books
  • Notebooks/journals

Children

  • School supplies of all types

Our Supporters

Renew Inc. and WINGS Safehouse gratefully acknowledges the companies and foundations that support our mission to improve the safety and lives of victims of domestic and sexual violence, as well as the victims’ children. The commitment of these companies to some of the most vulnerable members of our communities helps make the work we do to provide quality services in southwest Colorado possible.

Foundations and Funders

  • Ballantine Family Fund
  • Anschutz Family Fund
  • Daniels Fund
  • El Pomar
  • City of Cortez
  • 22nd Judicial District VALE
  • Colorado Division of Criminal Justice – VOCA
  • State of Colorado – Domestic Violence Program
  • Montezuma County Department of Social Services
  • United Way of Southwest Colorado
  • OnWARD! A Legacy Foundation
  • Golden Dreams Foundation
  • AKC Humane Fund, Inc.

Clubs and Organizations

  • MCHS Honor Society
  • Montezuma County Fair Board
  • For Pet’s Sake Humane Society
  • Emblem Club
  • Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority
  • Lifeway Baptist Church
  • MCHS National Honor Society
  • Purpose Driven Women’s BSG
  • Rita’s Alter Rosary Society
  • P.W. of Montezuma County
  • United Methodist Women
  • Conquistador Women’s Golf Association
  • Cortez Armchair Quilters
  • Dolores Mtn. Quilters
  • Kiwanis Club of Mesa Verde
  • Four Corner’s Weavers Guild
  • Mesa Elementary PAWS Club
  • Mesa Elementary Student Body
  • Mesa Verde Gardeners
  • Montezuma Valley Presbyterian Church
  • Trinity Lutheran Church
  • Montelores Catholic Community
  • Epsilon Alpha Eta Lambda Chapter
  • MCHS FFLA
  • Beech Street Pre-School
  • Battlerock 4H
  • Montezuma County FFA

Businesses

  • Montezuma Partners, LLC
  • Wal-Mart
  • Sam’s Club
  • Blondie’s Pub & Grub
  • Fargo’s
  • Stotz Equipment
  • For Pets Sake
  • Town and Country Furniture
  • Spark’s Plumbing & Heating
  • Aaron’s Sales and Lease
  • Rent to Own
  • Sonny’s Appliance
  • Notah Dineh
  • Medicine Horse Center
  • Cortez Electric
  • Four Corner’s Financial
  • Cedar Diagnostic
  • Slaven’s True Value
  • P&D Grocery
  • Olio’s Food, Wine and Art
  • Kokopelli Bike and Board
  • Stotz Equipment
  • Big R
  • Choice Builder’s Supply
  • Antonio’s Mexican Restaurant
  • Aaron’s Rent to Own
  • Cedar Diagnostics
  • Burger Boy
  • Safeway
  • Hope’s Kitchen
  • Bridge Emergency Shelter
  • Pinon Project
  • Main Street Brewery
  • Four Corner’s Child Advocacy Center
  • Cortez Integrated Health (Axis)
  • Montezuma County Housing Authority
  • Absolute Bakery
  • McStone Aggregates
  • Abundant Life
  • First National Bank
  • Community Bank
  • Southwest Bank
  • Dollar Tree
  • Ute Café
  • Rent All Rentals
  • United Methodist Women
  • Lakeview Harmony Club
  • Durango Counseling
  • Nero’s
  • Trinity Lutheran Ladies
  • JEDI Club, Dolores Schools
  • LDS Church

Individuals

  • Mitchell Toms
  • Orly and Carol Lucero
  • Martha Robinson
  • Eleanor Kuhl
  • Terri Williams
  • Rubio and Margie Martinez
  • Shelley Ruiz
  • Ada McVey
  • John and Suzanne Listemann
  • Roy Lane
  • Joseph and Diane Roybal
  • Tom Cole
  • Jeff & Shawna Lively
  • In Memory of Toney Beaver – Gracie Beaver
  • Kyle & Casey Vickers
  • Justin & Kendra Gapp
  • Jeff Hunt
  • Thomas & Nancy Deter
  • Timothy Smith
  • Diana Hoehn
  • Dennis & Kara Rieb
  • Cathy Topper
  • Luke & Jean Smith
  • Kim Hamilton
  • Jason Gapp
  • Misty Cornett
  • Leah Bedker
  • Sean McLaughlin
  • Jaxon McLaughlin
  • Stephen & Karen Davis
  • Larry Robinson
  • Dorothy & Jerold Betts
  • Cindy Irvin

Contact Us

Crisis Hotline: Available 24/7/365 at 970-565-2100

Renew Inc.
P.O. Box 169
Cortez, CO 81321

Administration: 970-565-4886
Fax: 970-564-0988
advocate@renew-inc.org

Send Us a Message

Renew Inc. 970-565-9116 advocate@renew-inc.org
P.O. Box 169
Cortez, CO 81321