At the heart of Mile High United Way are the stories of families, business owners, volunteers, and partners that we are privileged to work alongside. Together, we are a Community United.
Mile High United Way proudly honors the achievements, contributions and rich cultural heritage of the Denver Black Community during February’s Black History Month.
Wow, what a year! As 2023 comes to a close, we are reflecting on the many ways you showed up as a Community United. Here’s what we accomplished together.
As the holiday season approaches, there are many ways you can support our community by volunteering and engaging in our work, like the Mile High United Way Turkey Trot, Children’s Holiday Party and more.
Every day, our 211 Help Center staff work tirelessly to connect families across Metro Denver to the resources they need. Three Mile High United Way staff recently received recognition for their leadership and service in their roles related to the 211 Help Center.
Volunteers are critical to the work of Tax Help Colorado, including 15-year-old Chanda, who volunteered for 45 hours near her home in Thornton this year. Learn more about how Tax Help Colorado helps families build toward economic stability.
The average school supply list can cost over $100 per student. Our 2023 Back to School Bash provided 500 students with new backpacks and supplies to support families.
We believe our communities are strongest when small, local businesses thrive. Through our Personal Investment Enterprise (PIE) program, we’re investing in small business owners, like Shellby, to support their dreams of growth.