Monica (right), a mother of three pursuing a career in water quality management, is matched with Dave and Dottie, a retired couple who love using their home to help others.
John (left) is pursuing a career in veterinary medicine and is matched with John (right) and his wife, Kimberly, who use their home to build community and help provide an affordable option for their neighbors.
Kathryn (left), a CNA and student, and her daughter are matched with Dana (right), Christine (not pictured), and their family, who are excited to share their home for the first time.
Mikayla (right), a first generation college student, is matched with Joan (left), a homeowner and business owner who enjoys sharing her home with young people pursuing self-sufficiency.
There are 442,000 unused livable spaces in Denver homes
while more than 86,000 hardworking adults struggle to afford stable housing.
Providence HomeShare is a matchmaking service that pairs people working toward
self-sufficiency with homeowners like you who have a bedroom or basement to share.
Matches are vetted, empowering, and mutually beneficial.
You can earn extra income and make a difference.