Refugee children in Denver receive clothes, school supplies, more
March 19, 2018
DENVER — More than 300 refugee children in the Denver area now have now clothes and accessories thanks to the Denver Health Foundation.
The children went on a shopping spree of sorts at the Denver Health Refugee Clinic in Lowry.
Their families have come to the United States from famished and war-torn countries, including Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
“They’ve come from some of the darkest places on the planet and have been through some very, very unspeakable circumstances,” said Robin Engleberg, the Denver Health Foundation program manager.