Announces College Scholarship Program
The Parker Task Force Board of Directors recently authorized five $1,000
annual college / post-secondary scholarships for students of current
client families residing in Parker, Franktown, and Elizabeth, Colorado.
Trinity Lutheran Students Support The PTF
Lutheran Students come to the PTF every few months to sort food.
Parker Community Honors
The Parker Community Honors Nancy Gripman For Her
Dedication To The Community And The Parker Task Force
Read the full story
PTF's Thanksgiving and Holiday programs
Parker Lifestyle Magazine featured a
rundown of PTF's Thanksgiving and Holiday programs.
Hidden Mesa Orchard and Garden
The PTF is also in the Parker Chronicle
and Douglas County News Press
with this story about
the Hidden Mesa Orchard and Garden.
Master Gardeners of
PTF was mentioned in the Denver Post on
Thursday April 28, 2016. YourHub Douglas County ran a
the Master Gardeners who work in the
experimental orchard in the Hidden Mesa Open Space
and who also grow vegetables for PTF. YourHub
Douglas County Story
See our Master Gardeners page for more about the
Douglas County Master Gardeners
New Parker Task Force Building
The new building construction is complete! Many years in the
making and it's here!
Scrapbook contains the pictures taken during the
groundbreaking and construction.
More Pictures of Our New Building
Master Gardeners and
A group of Douglas County Master Gardeners are growing produce for the
Parker Task Force in the Hidden Mesa Open Space area. Story and Pictures
Many Thanks To The
For Their On-Going Support And Service!
With cuts coming to programs designed
to help the needy with their utility bills, The Parker Task Force wants
to recognize the Rotary Clubs for their support to help provide this
vital service to our clients.
The PTF would
like to thank the Rotary Club of Parker, Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club
of Parker, Rotary Club of Castle Pines, Rotary Club of Castle Rock and
the Rotary Club of Centennial. The clubs held fundraisers that included
a peach sale with Joy Lutheran Church and a karaoke contest at Takoda
Tavern to raise money to help fund a grant for PTF. We also want to
thank IREA for its contribution to this utility grant.
Rotary Clubs’ motto “Service Above Self”, exemplifies the spirit of the
organization and their ongoing support of PTF. We are grateful for this
long and valuable association and so are the many families who come to
us for support and assistance.
Force For Human Services
19105 Longs Way
Parker, CO 80134
(Behind Twisters and Pizza Hut)
Parker Task Force is
open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00
am until 1:00 pm. Clients, as usual, must be here no later than
11:30 to receive services.
We are closed on Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
Thank you for your continued support!