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Know Your Rights: Video Supports Immigrant and Refugee Communities by Providing Key Information

At Mile High United Way, we believe that when individuals and families have access to accurate, trustworthy information, especially in times of uncertainty, they are in a better position to be financially self-sufficient and care for themselves and their families.

For Coloradoans with immigration- and refugee-related questions, Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 Help Center continues to provide trustworthy information and referrals to all.

Mile High United Way names Eddie Koen as Chief Impact Officer

Mile High United Way has named Eddie Koen as our new Chief Impact Officer. Koen is currently Denver Public Schools’ Chief of Staff. In his role as the Chief Impact Officer, Eddie will lead programming and investment strategies to maximize impact and drive innovative results-based initiatives in Metro Denver’s most under-resourced communities.

Investing in Denver’s Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea Neighborhoods

Grants will address education and housing needs in the community

Mile High United Way is excited to announce a $200,000 investment into Denver’s Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea (GES) neighborhoods. The funds will address community-identified gaps in education and affordable housing as part of our United Neighborhoods initiative, which brings resources and services to the most pressing issues in Metro Denver.

Mile High United Way Launches Program to Strengthen Nonprofits

Mile High United Way is excited to launch Impact United to help nonprofit partners increase evidence of what works to create positive outcomes for children and families. 

Nonprofits report not having sufficient time, capacity, and resources to gather, interpret, and use data. Nonprofits often have multiple and varied data and reporting requirements across funders with limited prioritization toward evaluation funding and support. Mile High United Way created Impact United to address these challenges—ultimately building a stronger community. 

Seven Local Businesses Named Champions for the Community

Mile High United Way recognizes our corporate partners and their employees for going above and beyond for our community 

This year's Mile High United Way Community Champions Celebration honored seven Metro Denver corporate partners for their exceptional philanthropic contributions to our community. The event, held at Mile High United Way;s Morgridge Center for Community Change, honored companies big and small with awards recognizing their overall giving, employee campaign creativity, and high levels of engagement with the local community. 

Opportunity for all: Accessibility and Inclusion in Mile High United Way's 2-1-1 Help Center

Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 Help Center is powered by exceptional people who are able to stay professional, calm, and compassionate as they interact with callers who may be facing one of the most difficult days of their lives. Last year alone, our resource specialists helped more than 75,000 people navigate a range of personal challenges, from finding affordable child care and tax preparation assistance, to tracking down food, shelter, and rental assistance. 

Mile High United Way Coordinates Free Field Trip to Denver Museum

The Mile High United Way United Neighborhoods team coordinated and chaperoned a free field trip to the Denver Art Museum that gave 34 Swansea Elementary and Garden Place Academy children the opportunity to see the Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume exhibit and create their own works of art.

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