She finds homeless veterans and connects them with the help they need, such as housing, medical treatment and jobs. There are often already resources in their communities, so she seeks out those living on the street and encourages them to take the step to ask for help.
She told WTVT she knew she needed to do more for those in need after throwing change at a homeless man years ago. She knew she wasn't doing enough.
Denmark's work has touched hundreds of lives and has inspired a small army of volunteers in communities around the country working to do what they can.
She has been put in some challenging situations, including experiencing racist comments.
She can recall numerous examples of the people she's come across; some have even gotten back in touch with her to tell their success stories.
"That is all she needed to get on her feet, and today she is working at Kroger; she is now a manager," Denmark says of one person.