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Rose Community Foundation is making big changes for “opportunity youth,” young people who are out of work and out of school.
Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities or NORCs are one important avenue for ensuring that people have access to and are aware of resources in their own neighborhoods they need as they age.
Eighty-five individuals and families have chosen leave a bequest – a gift specified in their wills– or other type of planned gift to Rose Community Foundation as part of their future and estate planning. In its 20th anniversary year, the Foundation celebrates these generous donors, and their inclusion in the unique Living Legacy Tapestry.
The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) and its membership has seen first-hand many of the skills gaps that Colorado high school and college graduates bring to the expanding high-tech workforce here. So last year…
On June 18 at the Seawell Ballroom in downtown Denver, Rose Community Foundation celebrated 20 years of serving the Greater Denver community. Joined by friends, donors and grantees, Foundation leaders looked back on the work the Foundation has done in Denver.
Early in the life of Colorado’s Office of Early Childhood, which was formed in 2012, a need for a particular kind of partner organization emerged. “We realized pretty early on that we needed a partner who was more nimble…
BUILDing Jewish ECE is a ground-breaking initiative that seeks to guide nine Denver and Boulder synagogues and Jewish community centers – and their early childhood education (ECE) centers – towards increasing enrollment, Jewish family engagement and connections to the Jewish community.