High school students got to experience a variety of careers in Councilman Chris Herndon’s annual leadership program.
Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc. pairs an adult with a child in need of a role model.
A program offered by Denver Metro Small Business Development Center and Johnson and Wales provides small businesses with mentors to help get started and ensure long-term success.
Not everyone has enough time and money to make a difference for a charity. A group of women have teamed up to make a bigger difference by pooling their donations and voting on charities.
Sick of changing cumbersome bed sheets? A new business offers sheets that zip on and off.
Refugees in Denver can get help settling into new life and learning English at Colorado Refugee ESL (CRESL).
Denver artists have created a collection of work that celebrates Ethiopian landscape, culture and art, which will be on display at the Blair-Caldwell African American Library. The art will benefit Ethiopian schools, librarians and teachers to boost literacy.
Divorce is a different experience for every person who goes through it. Because so many aspects of divorce took them by surprise, four local women formed a nonprofit organization to support other women going through a divorce.
The Urban Farm invites the public to learn about and help maintain their new aquaponic system.
A group of Stapleton residents hope to bring a market co-op to Stanley Aviation Marketplace.