Join us for the Mile High United Way and Women United Community Baby Shower
Jennifer, a kind-spirited and hardworking woman, found herself in an unexpected bind when her family became financially unstable for the first time. While ‘tis’ the season’ was on most people’s mind this past holiday season, Jennifer was kept up at night by the cold weather, an eviction notice and her family’s fight for survival.
In September 2014, Mile High United Way moved into our new building – the Morgridge Center for Community Change – in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood, the perfect location for the mission-centered, community-based work we do. The 63,000 square foot building includes the CoBank Leadership Center, a large collaboration space for Mile High United Way to convene the public, private, philanthropic and local nonprofit organizations to address the community’s challenges that are larger than any one organization can solve alone.
Twenty two year-old Alexander “Rayvon” Spencer spent much of his life without direction or even a stable place to call home. Determined to make a better life for himself, Rayvon then enrolled in Mile High United Way’s Bridging the Gap program.