The Denver Channel
October 29, 2019: Aurora nonprofit gets homeless into shelters on cold nights
August 10, 2017: Group seeks donations for families forced out of Aurora motel
June 27, 2016: Aurora volunteer summer lunch program feeds 100 Homeless
December 15, 2015: Aurora Warms the Night Needs More Motel Sponsors this Winter
February 18, 2014: Aurora Homeless Services Move to Bigger Facility
October 14, 2014: Aurora Warms the Night Offers More Services in Bigger Location
October 19, 2014: Rising Motel Rates Along Colfax Freezing Out Homeless
November 26, 2013: Aurora Warms the Night Partnering with Programs to Help Homeless
October 10, 2014: Aurora Warms the Night Finds a New Home Just Off of Colfax
Denver Business Journal
Aurora Chamber of Commerce
February 2013: Unsung Hero's Luncheon Inspires and Motivates
JVA Consulting, LLC Partners in Community and Social Change
Love Aurora Podcast - 2014 INTERVIEW
AWTN has been featured in multiple television media appearances.
Listen to Aurora Warms the Night's Former Board of Directors Member, Paquita Bartice as she tells her story from housed to homeless to house, through Portrait Biographies Special Event "No Parking" A Portrait of Homeless with Aurora Warms the Night.
Portrait Biographies™ captures a single exposed fine art portrait that allows viewers to interact with the journey of the contributor. Through an interactive exhibit with tangible artifacts, a spoken audio biography is played from the contributor while engage with the portrait image.
Once clients of Aurora Warms the Night, Paquita and her partner Jay now housed, both volunteer with our client service programs and serve on our Board of Directors. Their voices and perspectives are a vital piece to our program and organization.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall says being homeless was a trying time for his family. “My mom was going through a lot of abuse from my father. We went to a shelter because we were afraid he would find us. We had to protect ourselves, and my mom had to protect us. That’s why we went to a shelter and it definitely helped us out.”