EVERY COLORADAN DESERVES AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
More than 50% of rental households in the seven-county Metro Denver area are rent-burdened, meaning they spend more than 30% of their monthly income on rent. Mile High United Way believes everyone deserves a safe and stable place to call home. We expand access to affordable housing options by connecting individuals and families to housing vouchers, rental assistance, and more.
How We Support Affordable Housing
Bridging The Gap
Personal Investment Enterprise
Impact At a Glance
participants in our Bridging the Gap program maintained stable housing last year
participants have purchased a home through our PIE program.
invested in 16 nonprofit partners that support affordable housing initiatives.
A NEW BEGINING FOR LELAND
From connecting families to quality early childhood education and supporting migrant families to helping middle- and low-income residents access valuable tax credits, we are working toward a brighter future for all Coloradans.
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.
In May 2022, Mile High United Way Bridging the Gap participants began moving into a new long-term housing facility in Denver’s North Capitol Hill neighborhood. These studio apartments will provide long-term housing for 24 participants.
Making Homeownership, Education, and Business Ownership More Accessible in Boulder and Broomfield Counites
Our PIE program is helping people save money for first-time homeownership, post-secondary education, and small business development.
With the support of Mile High United Way’s Bridging the Gap program, Gloria has gone on to become an advocate for youth housing for young adults existing the child welfare system. Gloria recently sat down with her Independent Living Coach, Anna Marie, to share her story.
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