Locally-Focused Work

Building Blocks of Community Power

Support grassroot community-building and health advocacy work as a bi-directional conduit between local government and community, support community involvement on local advisory teams and committees to support increased communication and community shaped initiatives, and provide economic mobility opportunities for immigrant/ refugee residents and residents of color.

Youth Natural Leaders: Health Education and Physical Literacy Programming

Serve youth and their families in a holistic and culturally responsive manner by introducing them to health education topics and physical literacy that encourages them to explore the world around them while connecting with cultural practices, histories and beliefs that ground their developing identities.

DIRT- Divergent Inclusive Representation Transforms

Reduce under and unemployment of neurodivergent BIPOC, immigrant/ refugees with vocational development and internships while guiding immigrant and BIPOC-owned businesses on disability hiring practices to further diversify employment opportunities as a factor in societal efforts to increase health equity and racial justice in East Denver and surrounding areas.

Improving Outcomes for Abused Children

Support child abuse victims in the Southeastern quadrant of Colorado. Many of the families that we see are living in poverty and come from low-income households but receive all services free of charge.

MADA Community Kitchen and Gathering Space

Complete the commercial kitchen renovation to finalize revitalization of the self-built community building space for full use by the community members. The space will help reestablish and strengthen the roots of the community through community gathering, development and opportunity.
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