Black History Month

What drives our work

Our Community Priorities

Giving all children a strong start

Ensuring all children enter kindergarten ready to succeed.


Building educational success through partnerships schools, families, and communities.

Two children reading a book to support academic success
two small business owners receive professional services


Ensuring people can meet their basic needs and have opportunities to move toward economic success.




lives impacted by Mile High United Way's direct services and work funded through community partners


referrals for critical resources, like housing, rent assistance, and more, provided through our 211 Help Center.


Mile High United Way volunteers served our community


Celebrate Black History Month with Mile High United Way
Thank you to our 2022 Corporate Partners
11 Ways You Helped Our Community Thrive This Year
Supporting Colorado’s Migrant and Refugee Community
Nine Ways to Support Our Community This Holiday Season
Mile High United Way Sends Students Back to School with Backpacks and School Supplies
Mile High United Way Supports Small Business Owners Like Tonya
Juneteenth Reflections: The Equity Work Continues
Mile High United Way Champions Three Bills Into Law
It Takes a Village… Providing Essential Baby Care Items to Support Families

Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate and highlight the incredible contributions the Black community has made throughout U.S. history. In honor of Black History Month, we are celebrating the legacy of Black leaders in Denver. Join us!

February 1, 2023

You rallied, made blankets, built literacy kits, played cornhole, held chili cook-offs, and so much more to support the critical work of Mile High United Way. We cannot thank you enough.

January 11, 2023

Wow, what a year! As 2022 comes to a close, we are reflecting on the many ways you showed up as a Community United. Here are 11 ways you helped our community thrive this year…

December 30, 2022

In recent months, the Denver community has welcomed hundreds of migrants and refugees from Latin American nations. Learn how Mile High United Way is providing support to families as they begin their transition to living here in Colorado.

December 16, 2022

There are many ways to give back to our community this holiday season! Whether you are a long-time supporter of Mile High United Way, or new to our organization, we have a range of volunteer and engagement opportunities for you to choose from. Here are ways you can get engaged!

November 4, 2022

We support students and families across Metro Denver as they transition back to school through our annual Back to School Bash.

August 2, 2022

Like many small business owners, Tonya was faced with challenges when the pandemic hit, and she struggled to keep her company afloat. Learn how Mile High United Way’s United for Business program provided support when she needed it most.

June 30, 2022

Mile High United Way Board Member Lee Gash-Maxey reflects on Juneteenth, which honors the end of slavery in the United States.

June 16, 2022

Read about the impact these laws will have on Mile High United Way programs and throughout our Colorado communities.

June 7, 2022

During our first Women United Village, more than 100 families received supplies to help care for their little ones, including diapers, strollers, car seats, and more.

June 6, 2022
Join Us

Support Families In Our Community

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Give. Advocate. Volunteer.

Mile High United Way Supports Families

Thank you to our corporate partners for sponsoring 135 years of impact in our Metro Denver community.