The 3rd f in F3 is Faith. To us, that means believing in something bigger than yourself. Often that manifests in F3 men serving the community. F3 is a group of men with full-time jobs and, often, full-time families. As of yet, we do not have any established, standing commitments to organizations in the community. But when needs or opportunities arise we do our best to rally and support the community we live in.
For over 30 years, they have helped restore the lives of people experiencing homelessness and addiction through emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs, and community outreach.
F3 men how some mornings to server breakfast to hundreds of men at one of their shelters.
How do you reach a city? A neighborhood? A community? One table at a time. For the past eight years, we have devoted ourselves to cultivating community around feeding thousands at the dinner table, while sharing the good news of Christ.
F3 stepped up to filled in over the holiday to serve dinner to the homeless.
Thousands of people have been served and found safe shelter, nutritious meals, and support services at Samaritan House. Today, our focus is primarily on serving women, families, and veterans who are experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.
We spend the morning cleaning and doing handyman jobs. Things like picking up trash, mopping, and hanging new soap dispensors in the showers.
SafeHouse Denver serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program.
After a workout a small group of men rearrange some heavey office equipment and stages some material for an upcoming fundraiser auction.
Their mission is to honor America's fallenf ire heroes; support their families, colleagues, and organizations; and work to reduce preventable firefighter death and injury.
A group of F3 men participated in a 9/11 stair climb at Red Rocks to raise money and awareness.
They strive to change the narrative concerning the number of veterans suicides by dramatically expanding awareness regarding the effects of blast wave injury, traumatic brain injuries and post traumatic stress through physical challenges and speaking engagements.
Men participated in the CHAD1000x (1000 box step-ups) to raise awareness and funds.
Their mission is to empower veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations.
Our guys have participated in 5k runs and rucks to generate awareness and funds for community development programs at TMF.