Purple Door Coffee is an employment social enterprise coffee roastery in Englewood,
Colorado that specializes in working with unhoused and street-connected teens and
young adults to create opportunities for life change through
job training and employment.
Don’t Knock the Journey
The journey from the streets and reentry into society can be long and arduous. It’s easier when you have a companion, which is what Purple Door Coffee offers Denver’s teens and young adults who have the courage to take the first step. Learn about…
Life-Changing Coffee, A Cup at a Time
Purple Door transforms your daily cup of joe into an elevated experience — where craft and purpose coalesce. Every cup creates a passageway of opportunity that provides jobs for young people coming out of homelessness while satisfying your desire for ethically-sourced, carefully crafted, and delicious coffee. You’ll soon agree, life-changing coffee is just better than the rest! Check us out…
Don’t Miss an Opportunity to Make a Difference
Your meaningful gift allows Purple Door Coffee to continue to be a place of holistic employment, teaching and support to young adults transitioning from street life to self-sufficiency.
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“I was homeless, lost, had no direction and was scared of my future. Now, 5 years later, I am starting a family with the love of my life and living independently. I haven’t been homeless since I graduated their program. I learned how to be strong and to never give up. I couldn’t thank PDC enough for everything they’ve done for me. No matter how long ago I was there, It will always feel like family.“
Jenna – Program Graduate
I enjoy Purple Door Coffee. They have good coffee and the menu isn’t overwhelming. The mission here is amazing, and they make the area they are in a little bit nicer! They also roast their own coffee now, and it’s definitely worth buying.
Andi Renae – Google Review
“Knowing the community of Purple Door, I have always felt accepted and like I belonged but I really felt like I meant something when I started training people at the roaster and that felt better than almost anything.”
Anita – Program Graduate