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CHIC provides social, emotional, cultural and academic enrichment education in partner schools across the elementary to high school continuum. We partner with schools and school systems to facilitate student learning, support adult learning, and improve systems. CHIC also provides intensive individual, group, and family mentorship and case management for women and girls who are impacted by violence and/or the criminal justice systems. For more information, please visit chicdenver.org.

 YoungLife: Young Life is for all young people, wherever they live or whomever they are. We work with students from middle school to college and have specific ministries aimed at ensuring every kid feels a sense of belonging.ung Life is for all young people, wherever they live or whomever they are. We work with students from middle school to college and have specific ministries aimed at ensuring every kid feels a sense of belonging. The YoungLife group mission is Going where kids are and building personal relationships with them, ;providing fun, adventurous, life-changing experiences and working in community alongside like-minded adults (volunteer leaders, committee members, donors and staff)

The Franklin Foundation strives to be the leading organization for social aid by inspiring individuals to embrace their true identities while unleashing their inner potential. Our programs help our community members create their own values while providing them with all the tools, resources, and support they need to evolve into confident leaders. Our goal is to help people come together, build strong relationships, and work towards communal goals. We welcome you to learn more about how we make a difference in local communities today!

Miss Millie’s is your one stop shop for good food and desserts! Owner  Chef Shawny  is a self taught baker and chef was born and raised in Park Hill Denver, Co. She was taught how to cook and bake by her Grandma Millie Germany who was born and raised in Winnsboro, Louisiana. Growing up Chef Shawny’s parents would drop her off at her Grandmas where she would watch her Grandma cook in her small kitchen and fill the air with southern down home cooking such as black eyed peas, collard greens, yams, fried chicken & catfish, gumbo, and the list goes on. As Chef Shawny grew up she hosted family parties and would go to friends houses to cook and bake for them perfecting her craft any way she could.

Chef Shawny states her  purpose for Miss Millie’s was to create a one stop shop for all her customers need. Miss Millie’s not only offered the sweets and creation from Everything Bouquets, Miss Millie’s would offer catering for any and all occasions, savory lunch meals, and healthy meal prep services.At Miss Millie’s Kitchen they love to partner with schools/youth organizations for fundraisers. We love to see the youth of our future grow and be able to have opportunities that a lot of us had growing up. 
We partner with schools/ youth organizations to raise money for field trips, after school programs, and community programs our youth can go to on the weekends for a minimum fee or no fee at all. Check out https://missmillieskitchen.com/ for more information!

The Art Garage’s mission is to offer arts-based programs that inspire, empower and promote creative self-expression by people of all ages and backgrounds. On-site and off-site studio workshops and exhibitions engage the greater Denver community to those who are under-served, at-risk and for people with disabilities to ensure the artistic process is fully accessible and inclusive for all.

At The Art Garage we believe that all people (including but not limited to) every age, race, gender, physical and intellectual ability, mental health background, religion, and culture should have access to visual arts. We want to encourage students to find their creative spark and give them the space, time, tools and the inspiration they need to nurture it.

The Art Garage supports creative individuality and fosters continuous learning about ourselves and others. With a commitment to equity and diversity, we strive to ensure accessibility to the arts and to amplify voices that have been systematically excluded. We work to enrich our community through the process of providing a brave space for individuals to be their full creative selves.

In 1972, a dozen advocates for Denver’s Latino communities came together to form Servicios de La Raza (Servicios), a bilingual human services organization, to serve Denver’s low-income Spanish-speaking populations with linguistically and culturally responsive social services. Initially, Servicios was a licensed facility for the treatment of mental health and chronic mental illnesses. Two years later, the agency applied to Colorado’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division for funding and licensure as an approved alcohol and substance abuse treatment center. 

Since its founding 50 years ago, Servicios continues to serve the most vulnerable members of the community who live on the margins and rarely have access to culturally responsive human services. Servicios is now the preeminently recognized comprehensive health and human services agency addressing the needs of the Latino and other underserved and marginalized communities across the Denver metropolitan area and Colorado, providing services to more than 30,000 people a year.