Mile High United Way has proactively closed our physical office until March 30th, but all of our services including 2-1-1 will be running at full capacity. Please dial 2-1-1 to reach our community resource center.

CoBank Leadership Center

The Mile High United Way CoBank Leadership Center provides a large collaboration space for public, private, and nonprofit organizations to address the community’s challenges.

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Our Meeting Spaces

We are pleased to offer conference center rooms free of charge to nonprofit and public organizations for meetings during business hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book a room?

It’s quick and easy! Go to our book a conference room page, select the room you’d like, then you’ll be prompted to pick a date and time based on what is available. After that, you’ll enter your contact information to complete the process.

What kind of A/V do you have?

All conference rooms are equipped with wireless Internet access. The PCL Conference rooms and Board Rooms each have a projector with screen and wired/wireless internet access. Each podium is outfitted with a microphone, and we have an additional wireless microphone for use. The Brad Busse Board Room is equipped for teleconferencing. Please note that you are responsible for any equipment damages.

I’m having rental equipment delivered – when should I have it arrive?

Each room has a set number of tables and chairs as outlined in the room description on our website. You will also be provided with one four-foot registration table per room. Anything outside of this must be rented. You are responsible for being on site for all rental drop-offs and pickups. No overnight storage is available.

I need to serve a meal or snack at my event. Who do you recommend?

We recommend using our in-house caterer, Work Options for Women, who are available for events scheduled from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. If you plan on using a different caterer, please let us know. To learn more about Café United, operated by Work Options for Women, please contact Angela O’Leary.

I need additional time to set up and break down my meeting. How do I move forward?

Please keep in mind the time that you’ll need to prepare and break down your meeting when booking the space and add that to your request. This is a shared community space, so please try to be as accurate as possible. Our hours are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and there will be no access to the building prior to 8:00 am or after 5:00 p.m. Please plan accordingly. Meeting or events outside of these hours must be approved and security fees will be incurred.

I want a particular seating set up. How do I go about that?

We are a community hub and are proud to be able to offer conference space at no charge during regular business hours. This is not a full-service event facility and we cannot grant requests to have rooms set for you. Each room has a set number of tables and chairs. Any additional furnishings are your responsibility to rent, and organize drop-off and pick-up.

My meeting or event is after business hours. Are you open?

Our hours are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and there is no access to the building prior to 8:00 am or after 5:00 p.m. Meeting or events outside of these hours must be approved and security fees will be incurred.

Where should my guests park?

Please park in designated parking spots only – not in front of the garage or other entryways. There are two pay lots across the street from the building that charge around $5/day. We have very limited surface level parking for guests available on a first come, first served basis. If your meeting is for 10 or more people, please provide information to your guests about street parking and the pay lots on Stout and between California and Stout. Click here for more information on parking.

What does Mile High United Way do?

Mile High United Way provides opportunities for all individuals, children and their families in Metro Denver.

Funds raised for Mile High United Way stay in our community and go toward ensuring:

• Children are entering school ready to learn

• Kids are reading at grade-level by the end of third grade;

• Young people graduate from high school ready for college or the workforce;

• Individuals and families have their basic needs met and are afforded every opportunity to move toward economic success.