THIRD WAY CENTER
Volunteer Greg Glischinski of Centennial is the AARP's eyes and voice at the Colorado Capitol.
The federal appeals court based in Denver has reinstated a Pueblo man's discrimination lawsuit and ordered a further review of his employment status, reversing a lower court's determination that he was not an employee in a federally-funded jobs program.
DENVER ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION
History Colorado's new executive director says museums should serve community first.
Coloradans are hopeful of a strong economic recovery from the pandemic, but the cost of living in the meantime gives them a sinking feeling, according to a poll released this week by the Colorado Health Foundation.
CHILDREN’S DIABETES FOUNDATION
Applications for $2.7 million in funding from the Denver Emergency Food Relief Fund opened Tuesday to nonprofits in the city, the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment announced.
“Girls cannot be what they cannot see” was the phrase echoing in Juanita Chacon and Meshach Rhodes' heads in 2011 when they founded the nonprofit Latinas First Foundation. It resonated so much so that they made it the tagline for the organization whose mission is to help Latinas reach their highest potential by providing scholarships, mentorships and networking opportunities.
COLORADO AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION
Candice Bailey of Aurora is among a group of former incarcerated women of color who will be featured by the Boulder-based Motus Theater's latest production, "Boundless Truth," which premieres next Sunday.
Since it opened in 2008, The CELL — the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab — has been a repository of knowledge in Colorado about past terrorist attacks and a teaching center encouraging awareness in hopes of preventing future attacks.
DENVER AMERICAN INDIAN FESTIVAL
The Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project can be described as many things: an agricultural project, an economic development project, a history project — even an apple scavenger hunt.
The fellowship program deepens the understanding of government, public policy and connections to "inspire future public service pathways at a local, regional, statewide and national level."
The Colorado Farm Bureau said their map proposals reflect the interest of "farmers, ranchers and real Colorado." They left out the help they got from a shadowy nonprofit.
CANCER LEAGUE OF COLORADO
LATINO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF COLORADO
Accusations of unregistered lobbying and unreported lobbying spending have been leveled against a group of secretly-funded political operatives.
ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF DENVER
DRESS FOR SUCCESS DENVER
The suit was filed Wednesday in Denver District Court by Dan Burrows of the Public Trust Institute on behalf of four Denver residents and Denver Deserves Better, a group “established to oppose the City’s notoriously expensive and unsuccessful management of homeless issues.”
CANCER LEAGUE OF COLORADO
Sleepless nights and stomachs tied in knots may be occupational hazards for those charged with making nonprofit events run smoothly, but many planners agreed the headaches are worth it when everything goes off without a hitch.
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CLOTHES TO KIDS OF DENVER
NATIONAL SPORTS CENTER FOR THE DISABLED
GLOBAL DOWN SYNDROME FOUNDATION
COLORADO BLACK WOMEN FOR POLITICAL ACTION
Signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis on July 1 at Craig Hospital in Englewood, the bill paves the way for those electing to do so to have an identifying symbol, like the heart on a driver’s license that indicates the holder is an organ donor, imprinted on a state identification card or driver’s license.
Reps. Dafna Michaelson Jenet and Leslie Herod were named among the chamber’s Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Business, an annual award and accompanying event that “celebrates and recognizes women who operate at the highest level of business performance and community leadership.”
MENTAL HEALTH COLORADO