Strengthening under-resourced communities by helping locally-owned businesses realize their growth potential.
The program works collaboratively with individual business owners, many of whom live in the Globeville, Elyria-Swansea neighborhood, to understand their needs and utilizes professional services and skills-based volunteers to help them reach their goals.Meet Our Small Business Owners
Business owners are consulted on their current needs and goals are set.
Mile High United Way identifies professional services and small business experts that can help.
Business owners work directly with skilled volunteers to reach set goals.
As the coronavirus has caused daily life to change drastically, many small businesses find themselves faced with unprecedented challenges. In order to respond to these emerging needs, Mile High United Way is pivoting our United for Business (UFB) program to help small, local businesses stabilize and focus on their recovery.Read Article
'El Tepetate' is the go-to neighborhood source for fresh and quick produce at a fair price in Globeville and Elyria-Swansea. With help from UBA volunteers, owners Jesus and Maria are getting they support they need to better serve their community.
Working with UBA, Oscar and Rocio believe they are doing more than just business. "We’ve survived one way for so long, but now we have a structure and are smart about the direction we want to go in and how we want to grow."Read More
Bold Beans is a girl-voiced, girl-run, girl-led coffee business, and it gives teen girls an opportunity to explore entrepreneurship, gain tangible life-skills, and it sets them up for long-term economic independence.Read More