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Nominate a deserving family to receive $1,000

As part of our Plumbline Gives program, Plumbline Services also presents  Christmas on Us. We partner with our local radio partners to deliver this wonderful program during the holiday season. A Christmas on Us awards families or individuals in our community who may be struggling themselves, but still do everything they can to give back and help others. Instead of focusing on their own challenges, they focus on serving others. The recipients are nominated by others who want to recognize their good service.

Nominations for 2022 Christmas On Us are now closed. Please read below to learn about our 2022 recipients. Check our social media pages to see when we open up 2023 nominations!

Hear The Stories

We started with over 450 great nominations and narrowed it down to these ten. We are so excited to be able to share with you our 2022 Christmas On Us stories!

We are so excited to be able to share with you our 2022 Christmas on Us! We started with almost 450 great nominations and narrowed it down to these 10:

Travis H

He is a fixture in his community where he has built a relationship with many. When people are hurting due to sickness, deaths in the family, food shortages, or just in need of a helping hand or a listening ear- Travis is there to aide. He finds the need in his community-helping neighbors maintain their livestock, chores around the house, repair jobs, painting projects, support in prayer, etc…all with no expectation or want for anything in return.

Nicolle W

Just to give a few examples, in the past she delivered for Meals on Wheels, during the pandemic she and her kids joined with SECOR to pack weekend meals for inner-city kids, and more recently she joined in making care packages for women in our community who have recently lost an infant.

Nickie B

Nickie has dedicated 9 years of volunteer work to help her pre-teen daughter Juliet give back to the community with their Annual Christmas Eve Giveback. Nickie and Juliet’s mission is to show Jesus’s love and compassion to those in need.

Michelle R

Michelle is a single grandma with custody of 5 grandkids. She has always tried to help others by giving food boxes 2 times a month. Her family has given the homeless food. Often you can see her grandkids handing out sandwiches and bottled water to them. She has raised her grandkids to be caring as well.

Joseph T

Joey has given to so many who were less fortunate from having more than 30 people who were homeless live with him and his family at different times through the years. He also has helped many who were in gangs, drug addicted and many who had no hope and were ready to take their lives find healing and hope again.

Jose & Fanny G

This people do a lot of tirelessly work with low-income immigrant families in the city of Aurora. They also do so much work with at risk kids and teens. During the pandemic in 2020 they would go on weekly basis to pick up 50 families and deliver to each of their homes during the most dangerous part of the pandemic.

Jerothan B

Jerothan and his wife, Irene, run a non-profit called Colorado Native Outreach Project. They assist Native Americans throughout the region (Colorado, South Dakota, New Mexico, etc.) with food, clothes, hygiene supplies, educational materials, toys, etc. throughout the year (they actually travel to the reservations to hand out these items).  They (and their kids) also serve the homeless here in Denver a couple of times per month (at the men’s and women’s shelters off Colorado and I-70). They also participate in toy drives, food drives, educational supply drives, etc. at various locations around Denver. And they feed veterans every year at the VFW on Thanksgiving.

Donna R

She puts her heart into each of her clients daily. Even when off work she thinks of them and will buy things they might need. Not only working 2 jobs but she also feeds her community weekly. Donna pays $50 a month to be a part of FERN. A warehouse where stores donate food that is still useful. Donna will go sometimes 2 times a week to deliver food to many families. Donna also is involved in Colorado Pet Pantry. There she gathers things for clients’ animals as well as her community. Every 2 months is her big hall of food clothes dishes toys beds blankets etc. for peoples loved animals. She has created animal and human bags for the homeless she sees out and about.

Brian C

EVERY SINGLE YEAR since his mom passed, and now after his dad passed, Brian has been donating hundreds of dollars and gifts to as many families as he can afford and collect for. He does this for Mother's Day, Father's Day, and Christmas so far. He selects the people in the community and then spreads his love and happiness with them.

Amaya E

Amaya has used her home to help other homeless single moms get on their feet. This year, at the age of 31, she had two single moms and their children, a 72yr old homeless veteran with increasing dementia and a single homeless man who was rent increased priced out of his apartment. she has had up to 12 people living in her house at one time. She works two jobs, volunteers, sings on the worship team at her church and is a voice of advocacy for youth and young adults who have aged out of foster care and are needing support.

These people are treasures to our communities, and we are proud to be able to give back to them a portion of what they continuously give back. A few photos of some of the nominees are below. 

Plumbline would not be able to help these great people without all of your hard work, so THANK YOU! We appreciate all of you.

The past few years have been a particularly difficult for many people. Fortunately, we are still in a great position to be able to help those in our community.