Do you love seeing other people succeed? Does the idea of breaking down societal barriers excite you? Are you eager to step outside your “bubble” and learn from the experiences of others?

Help someone believe in themselves – become an Ally.

Allies, our relational volunteers, encourage Leaders to believe in themselves as they advance their career and find new purpose. As an Ally, you’ll join a community of Leaders and other Allies on Wednesday nights for a meal, loads of fun and meaningful relationship building. Together, you’ll navigate challenges, celebrate victories, and learn what it means to belong to a community.

upcoming program dates

October 2023 (Denver)

  • October 6 – Application Deadline
  • October 11 – Training
  • October 25 – First Family Gathering
  • November 10-11 (5:00pm – 9:00pm on Friday evening and 9:00am – 4:00pm on Saturday) – Retreat
  • April 17 – Graduation

November 2023 (South Metro)

  • November 17 – Application Deadline
  • November 29 – Ally Training (6:00-8:00 pm)
  • December 6 – First Family Gathering
  • January 12-13 (5:00pm – 9:00pm on Friday evening and 9:00am – 4:00pm on Saturday) – Retreat
  • May 22 – Graduation

    “Before I met Bizi, I was overwhelmed. I was very aware of the world’s problems, but I felt inadequate…too weak to change them. Since I met Bizi, things have changed. To be a true friend, I had to speak up. I became his advocate; he lent me his strength and I grew a backbone. Living different gave me courage.” – Henry


    Sponsor a Meal

    Sponsor a meal for one of our gatherings or classes, then, grab a plate, pull up a chair and prepare to be inspired.

    Interview Prep

    Put your professional skills to use as a mock interview volunteer and ensure Leaders feel confident and prepared for job interviews.

    Spiritual Connector

    Our opt-in Spiritual Development Classes are a safe place to ask big questions and explore answers through a spiritual lens. Become a prayer partner or sponsor a meal and engage with Leaders on their faith journey.

    Recovery Program Volunteer

    Our recovery program creates a community where people can lean on one another for support, empowerment, and compassion. As a sponsor, prayer partner, or meal sponsor, you’ll be directly involved in paving new trajectories.

    Graduation & Events

    Preparing venues for events by assisting with set-up, tear-down and decor.

    Share your skills

    Community Experts are professionals who use their skills to empower, educate, and support program participants. We offer a variety of opportunities and roles in multiple areas of expertise. If you’d like to volunteer a skillset not listed here, reach out to volunteers@crosspurpose.org.

    Finance Coach

    Mentor graduates in our Legacy Fellowship Program through basic financial principles like budgeting, saving, credit, and money management. When you touch a life as a Legacy Fellowship volunteer, you’re changing generations.

    Business Coach

    We need business-minded individuals to meet/mentor CrossPurpose Alumni building their own business or non-profit organizations through our Change Agency program.


    Assist program participants with legal resources, research, navigation of the judicial system or other pro-bono legal services.


    Bookkeeping experts will teach a class of 5 – 20 adult students who are pursuing a certification in bookkeeping.


    Individuals with AV Booth experience are needed to run lights and sounds for CrossPurpose Graduations.


    We have two campus locations in the Denver metro area:

    Northeast Denver: Our flagship location right at the corner of MLK Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.

    South Metro: CrossPurpose South Metro opened in September of 2021 and is located at the corner of Broadway and Hampden in Englewood.

    There is no significant change without a significant relationship.

    Join the movement to love our neighbors, together.