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.
There are many ways to give back to our community this holiday season! Whether you are a long-time supporter of Mile High United Way, or new to our organization, we have a range of volunteer and engagement opportunities for you to choose from. Here are ways you can get engaged!
We support students and families across Metro Denver as they transition back to school through our annual Back to School Bash.
Like many small business owners, Tonya was faced with challenges when the pandemic hit, and she struggled to keep her company afloat. Learn how Mile High United Way’s United for Business program provided support when she needed it most.
Read about the impact these laws will have on Mile High United Way programs and throughout our Colorado communities.
During our first Women United Village, more than 100 families received supplies to help care for their little ones, including diapers, strollers, car seats, and more.
Through the United for Families initiative, Mile High United Way offers the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) program to families working to ensure all children begin school kindergarten ready.
By Stephanie Sanchez, Senior Director of 211 Colorado on the impact of HB22-1315.
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.