– The African Community Center of Denver welcomes refugees who have fled persecution and have been granted third country resettlement through UNHCR and the U.S. State Department. Refugees come to Colorado from all regions of the world. ACC welcomes people from all over the globe.
Colorado African Organization (CAO) is a local home for an international community. We work with partners to support refugees, asylum-seekers, and immigrants on their paths toward self-sufficiency, integration, and freedom. At CAO, our approach to client engagement and service delivery is unique in the breadth of support it offers. Within the greater landscape of lay health workers that are culturally and linguistically appropriate, our model combines community engagement with holistic case management to support successful integration over time.
The Colorado Coalition for African Empowerment is comprised of nine Colorado registered non-profits that are scaling up based on their collective successful empowerment projects in twenty African countries. CCAE was introduced in 2010 and we are all unpaid volunteers.
The Coalition strives to empower impoverished sub-Saharan African families and orphaned children by creating holistic and sustainable projects that result in self-support through collaborative fund-raising and grant efforts.
The Colorado Coalition for African Empowerment, CCAE, works in 20 African countries. The coalition idea was introduced by our co-founders; a Procter & Gamble 35-year veteran executive, who is currently a Denver Service Corps of Retired Executives, SCORE, counselor and one of our advisors, and a former “Just Say No” International Colorado regional director, who is the current CCAE president.
Edge of Seven supports sustainable development initiatives that create access to education and economic opportunities for girls, women, and rural developing communities across the globe.
At Edge of Seven, our work is carried out through our Community Catalyst Program. We focus on our Seven Principles while doing our work to build capacity, ownership and a focus on future generations.
Immigrant Refugee Center of Northern Colorado
MAKING NORTHERN COLORADO A HOME FOR ALL WHO LIVE HERE.
It doesn’t matter the circumstances that brought you here today; what matters is that you are here now. IRCNOCO is here to help you find your way. We want to be the doorway through which cross-cultural sharing and experiences occur. Whether you are new to this area or you are a part of the receiving community, we want to be your resource for information and services related to moving our community forward together. Through information sharing, dialogue, and events where we can all come together as one, we are investing into our shared prosperity.
The Volunteer Resource Center fosters a culture of service by connecting CU Boulder to engagement opportunities that positively impact our communities. Through an educational framework of equity and inclusion, we develop socially responsible student leaders who understand, advocate for, and provide services to meet campus and community needs. The Center organizes under a philosophy of service that believes education and reflection are essential components of service, focuses on strengths and reciprocal relationships, emphasizes the interconnectedness of social and environmental justice issues, and commits to diversity and inclusion.
Village Dreams is an all-volunteer organization whose mission is to help villagers of small rural village in Ghana, help themselves change their future.
In collaboration with the chief, elders, and people of Ampeha, Ghana, West Africa, our mission is to support the villagers’ work to change the course of their future, through economic development and access to education and healthcare.