Mile High United Way’s United Neighborhoods advances the common good.
Mile High United Way’s United Neighborhoods brings together the resources and services necessary to respond to Metro Denver's most pressing neighborhood issues. From helping families become financially stable and find affordable housing, to preparing children to enter school ready to learn and read, the needs of under-resourced communities in Metro Denver are many and varied.
Not every Metro Denver neighborhood has high performing schools, access to quality, affordable childcare and dependable, affordable transportation. When a neighborhood lacks these things, residents can feel like the odds are stacked against them.
United Neighborhoods does more than help residents beat the odds: we help change them.
Mile High United Way’s United Neighborhoods initiative is guided by data and research, and backed by our unique position at the intersection of the nonprofit, government, philanthropic and business communities.
Whether we are investing in early childhood education, supporting job training and creation, helping individuals meet their basic needs, or advocating for systems-level change, Mile High United Way’s United Neighborhoods concentrates resources into Metro Denver neighborhoods to address the needs of residents, create a stronger infrastructure, and build long-lasting, positive community change.
For more information or questions, please contact Francisca Angulo-Olaiz, Ph.D.