our mission partners

CENTRALongmont partners with incredible organizations working

both in our Longmont community and around the world.  

These organizations were chosen based on our Mission and Core Values.  


Click on their names or pictures if you are interested in

learning more about our partners.  

Or contact Jennifer Haratsaris  


  • By allowing co-op members to stay home and earn a "just wage" Café Justo addresses the double tragedies of families split apart by migration to the US, and of migrants dying in the desert trying to get here.

  • Casa de Paz (House of Peace) offers free shelter, meals and transportation to men and women leaving the immigrant detention center, as they transition to reunite with their families in the USA. Our doors are also open to out-of-town families visiting their loved ones who are still detained.

  • Columbine is CENTRALongmont's neighborhood school.  We partner with Columbine to provide mentors, special event volunteers, and through our Shoes and Boots donation program.

  • The mission of Crossroads School is to assist students who have experienced academic and/or behavioral struggles in traditional schools to reach their potential through individually distinctive, learner-appropriate program.


  • Frontera de Cristo is a Presbyterian border ministry located in the sister cities of Agua Prieta, Sonora and Douglas, Arizona.   

  • Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to providing simple, decent, affordable housing for low-income families.  Join our CENTRALongmont Blitz Build team today!  

  • Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement.  HOPE ensures a sense of dignity and support to the homeless community while offering programs and referrals that encourage movement toward self-sufficiency.

  • We love our location in the heart of downtown Longmont.  And we love to work with our neighbors for downtown events all year long. Stop by and see us at the Summer Concert Series, Unity in the Community, or Day of the Dead Festivals.

  • Mark and Miriam are mission co-workers with the Presbyterian Border Ministry in Agua Prieta, Mexico,  Mark serves as US coordinator of the bi-national ministry, Frontera de Cristo.  Miriam connects people and organizations across the border and serves as a liaison of Frontera de Cristo.

  • The OUR Center helps people move to self sufficiency.  CENTRALongmont provides lunch to clients one Sunday in each odd numbered month each year.  Join our Cafe Outreach team.

  • We at CENTRALongmont participate in several special offerings each year with the PC(USA), like the Christmas Joy Offering, Pentecost Offering and One Great Hour of Sharing.


  • Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events.

  • Recovery Cafe Longmont is a community of refuge and healing for those in recovery. RCL supports adults as they rebuild their lives and break the cycle of addiction, or overcome a recent crisis or trauma. They strive to stand in the gap between crisis and stability by fostering community-building and life-empowerment.

  • The Reentry Initiative empowers individuals as they transition from incarceration to a fulfilling and meaningful life. 

  • The Round Pantry welcomes anyone who needs food. Distributing food from Community Food Share twice a month, the Round Pantry is set up in a “grocery store style” so that shoppers may select the food they need and can use.