Have A Heart

Westminster, CO 

Serving school age children, their families
and all that are in need of help
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Have A Heart is Closing

After approximately 25 years of serving the Westminster community, we have decided to close after our normal food and clothing distribution on:

Saturday, December 18, 2021

It has been a pleasure working with and serving the members of our community and we are deeply saddened by this closure.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may have on our staff, volunteers and clients.

If you need assistance or wish to help out with other organizations, please see the Links to Helpful Websites.
Food Distribution Schedule

Click here to see when the Food and Clothing Bank is open.

Have A Heart Warehouse
3455 W. 72nd Avenue, Westminster
just east of Lowell on 72nd
turn in at the electronic STEM sign

February 2017
City Council Visits Have A Heart
Westminster City Council members get a first hand look at the services provided by Have A Heart Food and Clothing Bank.

Thanks to these generous and caring representatives who support us all!
Alberto Garcia and Herb Atchison working the canned foods and cleaning supplies section
Anita Seitz working the fresh vegetable section
Bruce Baker, Alberto Garcia and Herb Atchison working the canned food and dry goods section
Emma Pinter working the fresh vegetables and bakery section
We need some daytime help!


PO Box 1345, Westminster, CO


3455 W 72nd Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030

Click here to read Testimonials from some of our clients.
Clothing Drop Box

New address:

7002 Raleigh
Westminster, CO

(inside the bus parking area)

The bus parking area is only open 
8am to 4pm M-F.

Please do not drop off outside of these hours.

Please no furniture, mattresses, pillows, etc.
Guess how much food we've purchased from Food Bank of the Rockies since 2003?

a. 2,000 pounds
b. 20,000 pounds
c. 200,000 pounds
d. 2,000,000 pounds

Have A Heart Project, Inc. is a 501-C3 non-profit organization serving the needs of school age children and their families in Westminster Public Schools.  Our mission is to give students a better chance at a good education by providing for the basic needs of them and their families.  We also offer help to all that are in need.  All of our services are free.  We provide:

  • Food
  • Clothing
  • School Supplies

All of our work is done by volunteers.  100% of all donations go directly to the students and their families.

Thanks to all of our dedicated volunteers!

Use the links above and to the left to learn more about us and how you can either help or be helped.