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Anti-Racism, Policing and Policy Resources

Below you will find resources for continued learning, opportunities to engage in policy change and organizations to support or explore. Please contact Taylor Knickel to add to this list.

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Resources for Continued Learning:

Opportunities to Engage Policy:

Organizations to Support or Explore:

COVID-19 Resources

Click here for a directory of translated COVID-19 resources, alphabetical by language.

Food Access:

  • Sheridan Rising Together For Equity is hosting a pop-up, drive through food bank on Mondays in the Sheridan Rec Center parking lot. The “Vecinos en Sheridan’ Facebook page has details and the sign up link.
  • Sheridan School District #2 is giving lunch to all children under 18 Monday-Friday in the Sheridan Square park.
  • Sheridan Food Pantry grocery pick-up at 1:00pm at Sheridan Rec Center. Bring donations to Sheridan Rec Center on Thursday at 12:00pm.
  • Break Bread is offering free meals on Wednesday and Saturday from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S Datura St Littleton (2 blocks south of Main Street). Food pick up is being done on Shepperd Ave on the south side of the church.
  • Gracefull Café is offering free breakfast or lunch Tuesday through Saturday, 7:00 am – 2:00pm, 5610 S. Curtice Street in downtown Littleton.. View their menu at gracefullcafe.com. Call 720-900-5610 or go in to order. Ask for a Grace in Action meal. Your meal will be delivered curbside.
  • Weekly $45.00 food delivery boxes from a local restaurant distributor. If you are interested call 720-841-2273 and they will deliver the box to you.
  • 1st and Sheridan Food Market. They are currently providing breakfast, lunch, and dinner for anyone that needs it. They also have a farmer’s market that takes SNAP and WIC and can deliver food if needed.
  • CO Department of Human Services COVID and Food Assistance Guide
  • Change the Trend – Grocery delivery and resource assistance for elderly or susceptible residents of Englewood, Littleton, and Sheridan

Mental/Emotional/Health Care Support:

Rental Assistance:

Unemployment Benefits:

Child/Parent/Family Resources:

FLTI Community Network:

  • Resources needed: contact Taylor Knickel for contact information
    • 15-minute daily meditation
    • Support managing educating kids and work
    • Help brainstorming how to make outdoor education available to kids during this time
  • Resources available: contact Taylor Knickel for contact information
    • 1-on-1 meditation coaching
    • Art classes
    • Tools and labor

Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the team here still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal.