They have expanded their 2-1-1 Help Center staff in order to reach more people in need of critical resources, like food, shelter, rental assistance, childcare, and more. Additionally, our United Business Advisory is working to support small, local businesses impacted by the outbreak.
With your support, they can help more people in need of critical support during this time.
Listed below are ways to get involved at this time.
Mile High United Way is the fiscal agent for the Colorado COVID Relief Fund, offering aid to nonprofit organizations supporting Colorado communities, organizations, and individuals affected by the outbreak.
While the 'stay-at-home' order is in place for many of us, Catholic Charities and Samaritan house is working round the clock to keep their community resources open and available to those in need
Shelters remain open to residents, as do emergency shelters.
Early Childhood Education Centers are closed, but staff members are still working to support families in need with food boxes, etc.
Many Gabriel Houses are still open & helping mothers with baby items including diapers
The Little Flower Assistance Center is open to provide food.
In light of the current environment and out of cautions the Women's Bean Project is transitioning the in-person luncheon to a virtual event
Be apart of this exciting change!