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Mile High United Way is thrilled to announce Carlos Pacheco as the incoming Board Chair for Mile High United Way. Additionally, Mile High United Way welcomes six new Trustees and a new Mile High United Way Catalyst Society representative.
For Immediate Release – Mile High United Way is pleased to announce the 2022 Community Champions award winners. The Community Champions awards recognize Mile High United Way’s corporate partners for their outstanding
MILE HIGH UNITED WAY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTER BREAKS GROUND AT THE ROSE ON COLFAX IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MERCY HOUSING
The Groundbreaking Celebrates and Demonstrates How Cities, Counties and Communities Can Work Together to Serve Families in Denver For Immediate Release – Today, Mercy Housing Mountain Plains, Mile High United Way, the
Mile High United Way will partner with five projects in neighborhoods throughout Metro Denver. For Immediate Release — Thursday, February 24, 2022 – Mile High United Way announced an investment of $8
Mile High United Way is honored to welcome nine new Trustees and celebrate those who are joining us for a second and third term.
It is with the belief and vision for a Community United, that we are proud to announce a $7 million investment in our seven-county footprint.
Denver, Colo. — The Advisory Council of the Community Arts, Culture, Transformation, and Science (ACTS) Fund is currently seeking new members to begin serving in May 2021. Established in 2018,
MacKenzie Scott has gifted $20 million to Mile High United Way to support their impactful work serving Colorado children and families.
This innovative home visitation program will bring more school readiness resources to young children and families. Through a rigorous selection process, Mile High United Way was selected to launch the
Mile High United Way and St. Francis Center team up to serve more individuals experiencing homelessness
The Mile High United Way Conference Center will be transformed into an overflow day shelter Denver, CO – Mile High United Way and St. Francis Center have teamed up to
Denver, Colorado – Vanecia Kerr will serve as Chief Impact Officer for Mile High United Way to lead the organization’s program strategy and investments. “We are thrilled to welcome Vanecia
The annual event hosted 35 projects with 250 volunteers across the Metro Denver area. DENVER, CO– The second annual Denver Day of Service, hosted by Mile High United Way and
The funds will allow Mile High United Way to provide strategic wraparound services for 250 families disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. DENVER, CO – Mile High United Way is pleased
Mile High United Way and Right on Mobile Education launch the first mobile preschool in the City and County of Denver
This innovative initiative will serve families in the Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods. DENVER, CO – Mile High United Way and Right on Mobile Education (ROME) have launched the first mobile
Over $750,000 awarded to 23 arts & culture organizations focused on historically marginalized communities. Denver, Colo.— Community Arts, Culture, Transformation, and Science (ACTS) Fund, through its partner Mile High United
Mile High United Way is proud to announce Catherine Hance, Partner, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP (DGS), as the 2020-2021 Chair of the Board of Trustees. Hance will lead a
Recipient organizations provide access to quality early childcare, literacy supports and out-of- school time programming, and emergency and basic needs services in under-resourced communities.
Colorado Department of Human Services, Mile High United Way, Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance, Executives Partnering to Invest in Children, Healthy Child Care Colorado, and other partners to purchase bulk orders
Effective May 18, 2020, Tasha Jones will serve as Chief Marketing Officer for Mile High United Way to lead the organization’s brand strategy initiatives.
Mile High United Way Grants $1 Million in Rapid Response Funding to Address Critical Community Needs
The Rapid Response Funding will provide immediate, basic needs services to communities that have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Learn more!
The Colorado COVID Relief Fund is now accepting applications for funding. We know Coronavirus (COVID-19) has created far-reaching economic and social impacts across Colorado and beyond. Coloradans who live daily without access
Tony Gherardini, Mile High United Way’s new Chief Administrative Officer, Appointed to Governor’s Commission on Community Service
Tony Gherardini has joined Mile High United Way in the role of Chief Administrative Officer. We are excited to share that Gherardini has also been appointed to serve on the Governor’s
Denver Police and Denver Human Services Key Partners in Effort Together with Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Troy Riggs, Executive Director of Public Safety and Christine Benero, President and CEO of
Help select the book to be distributed to every four-year-old in our state Online voting starts today to choose the book that four-year-olds in the state will be receiving this
16 organizations were selected for funding, with a total investment of nearly $600,000 The Community ACTS (Arts, Culture, Transformation and Science) Fund has announced its first cycle of funding. 16
Mile High United Way names Jerene Petersen as Chief Impact Officer. Former Chief Impact Officer Eddie Koen and his family have relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio where he will serve as the
Mile High United Way and Foothills United Way join forces to expand regions, ability to serve even more individuals and families
Mile High United Way, serving the Metro Denver region, and Foothills United Way, serving the Boulder/Broomfield region, have agreed to join forces to expand their reach and their ability to serve
Denver to Provide New Housing Assistance Program in Response to Record-Long Federal Government Shutdown
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Mile High United Way selected to Manage Inclusivity Fund to support arts, culture and science. The new Inclusivity Fund was created in 2016 with direction from members of the State Legislature during
Mile High United Way is proud to announce Vernon Irvin, president of CenturyLink’s government, education, medium and small business unit, as the 2018-2019 Chair of the Board of Trustees. Irvin will lead
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Mile High United Way announced today they honored ten corporate partners and two individuals with the prestigious Community Champions award. The awards were presented on March 22 to the selected corporate partners
Thank you to everyone who joined the Mile High United Way Emerging Leaders Council Tech Talk event this week for an insightful look at the Metro Denver tech industry. Mile High United
Mile High United Way hosted its 6th annual Day on the Hill at the Colorado State Capitol on Tuesday, February 7, 2018. Christine Benero, President and CEO of Mile High United Way
As Vice President of Community Impact and Strategy, Karla will provide strategic direction for the programs and investments that support Mile High United Way’s four community impact goals and vision for improving
January 2018 – Erin Medina, Program Manager for the Mile High United Way Bridging the Gap (BTG) program, has been appointed to the Tony Grampsas Youth Services Board by Governor John W.
Mile High United Way welcomed five new Trustees this month. Christina Dorfhuber (Deloitte Consulting), Todd Filsinger (Filsinger Energy Partners), Chris McDonald (Comcast Cable), Rodd Merchant (JE Dunn Construction Company), Tonette Salazar (Salazar
Mile High United Way has named Eddie Koen as our new Chief Impact Officer. Koen is currently Denver Public Schools’ Chief of Staff. In his role as the Chief Impact Officer, Eddie