The Urban Farm (TUF) is a non-profit, community farm and education center. We strive to inspire excitement for learning and empower youth to become ecologically literate and caring citizens through agricultural education. We offer events, workshops, after-school programs, camps, field trips and volunteer opportunities. Individuals and families alike can learn about gardening, raising livestock, and horseback riding. Come explore the farm in the city!
HopeKids provides ongoing events, activities and a powerful, unique support community for families who have a child with cancer or some other life-threatening medical condition. We surround these remarkable children and their families with the message that hope can be a powerful medicine. We currently serve over 650 Colorado families and we need your help. Reach out today to learn more about getting involved.
Bluff Lake Nature Center is a unique urban natural area dedicated to educating and inspiring people of all ages to respect, protect, and connect with our natural world.
Bluff Lake Nature Center makes nature accessible in your backyard! We are here FOR the community and rely on support FROM the community in order to continue to provide environmental education and stewardship opportunities.
Park Hill United Methodist Church hopes you are doing well during this pandemic. We are sad we won't be able to see you this summer as the "Non-Profit of the Night", but we fully agree to continue physical distancing for everyone's health and safety.
We want to invite you to join our live-stream worship services on YouTube every Sunday at 10:00am. You can find the link for the service on our church's website
As an inclusive community of faith, Park Hill United Methodist Church is an open and affirming congregation, embracing diversity, service, unconditional acceptance, and the care and support of all people in the name of Jesus Christ.
We invite all people to join our congregation in ministry and worship, including those of every race, ethnicity, language, age, physical or mental ability, gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliation, socio-economic class, material status, and faith history. Come grow your spirit with us!
Denver Public Library
They have many programs and resources including the Anti-Racism Resources for Kids & Families from the Denver Public Library.
This moment of amplified, collective pain highlights the urgent need for families to have crucial conversations about racism, racial inequity and the work of challenging personal, institutional and structural racism.
Click here to learn more.
P.E.O. celebrates the advancement of women through scholarships, grants and low-interest educational loans. To hear more about our STAR scholarship for college-bound high school students or any of our programs, contact us -