Project 600

What’s Project 600?

St. Thomas More Youth Ministry is proud to sponsor Project 600: an annual Christmas party for approximately 400-500 four and five year-old kids from inner city Denver. These kids are from some of the poorest schools and shelters in the city. The Christmas party features gifts for kids, Santa Claus, games, food, and lots of entertainment. These gifts to the kids are provided by the generosity of St. Thomas More parishioners by giving toy donations.

Another way to share in your generosity is by the gift of your time and talent: Come take part in the days of preparation for the big day: consisting of setup and decorations, gift wrapping, and more! We can’t make this event happen without you.

Signup to volunteer is ONLINE ONLY. 

For questions, contact David Tschumper at, 303.220.3388 x1

Photography may be taken at mentioned events for parish publication purposes. If you prefer not to have your teen’s image captured, please let staff contact know.

Toy Collection - Begins in November

Project 600 Toy Collection begins in November

  • I’d like to donate toys! How?: The annual toy collection at St. Thomas More continues through November 30. To donate, please drop off unwrapped, brand new toys appropriate for four and five-year-old kids at the marked boxes at all the church entrances. Gifts are $25 in value per child, and non-battery activated.

Download to learn more: Toy Guidelines – Project 600 – 2018

Volunteer Opportunities - Online Sign-up

Project 600 Volunteer Opportunities: We need your help!

Signup to volunteer is ONLINE ONLY:

  • Click here to sign up for Setup for the Wrapping Party (Friday, November 30 at 3:30–5:00pm). Grades 8–12 and older.
  • Click here to sign up for the Wrapping Party (Saturday, December 1 at 1:00–5:00pm). Grades 6–12 and older. Food provided.
  • Click here to sign up for Setup for Event (Sunday, December 2 at 2:00–5:00pm). Grades 8–12 and older. Food provided.
  • Click here to sign up for PROJECT 600: INNER-CITY CHRISTMAS PARTY (Monday, December 3 at 8:00am–4:00pm). Grades 8–12 and older; youth volunteers asked to help on additional preparatory day(s). Food provided.