a stack of black, gold, grey and red gifts with bowsInterested in donating new toys and gifts to Indigenous youth this holiday season? 

The Denver Indian Center is holding its 11th annual toy drive for youth ages 0 to 18. This drive serves 500 Indigenous families in the Denver metro area. 

Bring new, unwrapped gifts to the Office of Precollege Outreach & Engagement, CASE W220 (front desk). We are accepting donations from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. 

Deadline: Dec. 12, 4:30 p.m.

Questions? Contact Chris Pacheco.

About the Center

The Denver Indian Center Inc. is an urban cultural gathering center for the American Indian/Alaska Native community of the Denver Metro area. Founded in 1983 to meet the unique needs and challenges facing the Indigenous community, the center supports Native youth and community by providing guidance for economic empowerment and self-reliance, programs that empower families and honor Native elders, and by offering a space where Native culture can be preserved and celebrated.​