Small Business Support
Small Businesses are the lifeblood of our communities.
Mile High United Way supports local business owners, helping them stabilize and take the next step in reaching their growth potential. With an emphasis on women- and minority-owned businesses, our programs promote the expansion of quality jobs in Metro Denver while helping owners and their families achieve greater economic resiliency. We believe that when local businesses thrive, the entire neighborhood thrives.
How We Support Small Businesses
United for Business
Personal Investment Enterprise
IMPACT AT A GLANCE
participants have developed a new business through their participation in the Personal Investment Enterprise program.
small businesses were provided one-on-one consultation last year through our United for Business program.
in capital was secured last year for our clients to help them develop their business.
Like many small business owners, Tonya was faced with challenges when the pandemic hit and struggled to keep her company afloat. Mile High United Way worked with her to create a financial strategy and marketing plan to help stabilize her business. She is now excited for the future and making plans to expand.
Wells Fargo is furthering their investment in Mile High United Way’s United for Business program to help local businesses thrive.
Learn how Mile High United Way is providing small business support to help local business owners, like Brittney and Joslyn of FIT & NU, adapt and thrive amid the pandemic.
Learn how we’re pivoting our United for Business (UFB) program to help small, local businesses stabilize and recover.
Globeville and Elyria-Swansea are considered ‘food deserts’, an area where fresh, healthy food isn’t readily available to residents. Learn how we’re helping to support the community through supporting small, local businesses, like El Tepetate.
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