For 133 years, Mile High United Way has believed that a community and a country can only succeed when we are united, and that every individual must receive equal opportunity to pursue their dreams and maintain their livelihood.
We are committed to inclusion across all dimensions including race, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, physical or mental abilities. This enables us to effectively and authentically address our communities’ most pressing needs.
Building Equity as a Learning Organization
Francisca Angulo-Olaiz, PhD, VP of Community Engagement and Roweena Naidoo, Senior Director of Community Impact share how Mile High United Way is evolving to create greater equity in our community.Read Article
Social Justice and Racial Equity
Mile High United Way is engaging all voices to co-create more equitable communities. We're galvanizing our community to join us in our stand against social injustice.Learn More
Our Programs and Investments
The work of our United Neighborhoods strategy is guided by the community, bringing together and leveraging resources to strengthen under-resourced neighborhoods in Metro Denver.View Programs
Celebrating Black History Month
As part of our journey as an organization, we’re engaging in a learning series including podcasts, articles, and videos focused on the Voting Rights Movement and three incredible women who sought (and seek) to expand access to the ballot.Learn with us
To everyone who wants to understand how to do more, to affect change, to be part of the short- and long-term solutions our community needs, this is for you. This is an invitation to get inspired to unite with us in supporting our community.Join Us