We couldn’t do this work without our incredible partners! This list showcases a few of our closest supporters and partners, and we work with many many more to bring the Comal program to life.
The Underdog Family is a 501(c)(3) non-profit specializing in providing professional resources to locally owned businesses in the Denver Community. Their volunteers helped us build and design this website.
Project VOYCE envisions a world with representative leadership for a more just and equitable society. Our mission is to partner with youth to cultivate transformational leadership that addresses the root causes of inequity in underrepresented communities by training, employing, organizing, and building equitable youth-adult partnerships.
TAXI Campus is a mixed-use community of creative residents, innovators, entrepreneurs and businesses who are collaborating daily to shape industries like sustainability, tech, design, architecture, social enterprise and the arts.
The Zonta Club of Denver (ZCD) and Zonta International (ZI), are committed to empowering women and girls in the Denver area and around the world. ZCD was chartered in 1927 and, as a chapter of ZI, is united with almost 30,000 members in business and the professions in over 1,200 clubs in 66 countries. Since its inception, ZCD has donated over $2,500,000 and its members have given thousands of volunteer service hours to community projects aimed at empowering women.
The mission of Kenneth King Foundation is to create opportunity for Coloradoans to reach their fullest potential for self-sufficiency through access to entrepreneurship, meaningful employment, basic needs and an improved quality of life. Giving areas include Entrepreneurship and Job Creation programs (50% of giving), Barriers to Employment (25% of giving) and General Purpose Funding (25% of giving).
RTNF, a charitable foundation, envisions a world where all people enjoy equal opportunities to achieve health, purpose, and happiness. The foundation makes grants to adventurous organizations they believe have the ability to propel the world closer to achieving that vision, concentrating on the following: providing educational access for all and fostering research and development of alternative energy sources and environmental issue comprehension efforts.
Scraps is a woman-owned, mission-driven, local compost collection company based in Denver. Since 2017. Scraps has helped its nearly 1,000 members keep more than 850,000 pounds of material out of the landfill to be turned into compost instead. Scraps believes that all residents & businesses in the Denver area should have the option to compost, and Scraps' service is designed to make sure they can. Scraps aims to inspire its members not only to compost, but to take actions in their personal and professional lives to help us shift to a more zero-waste society.
Lost City is a mission-driven, community oasis with locations in the River North Taxi campus and Capitol Hill. Lost City is dedicated to creating a better Colorado by supporting the needs of marginalized communities and providing a safe space for opportunities and cultural exchange. A coffee shop by day, Lost City is engaged in several initiatives to promote food access. Check out its music recovery showcase Lost City Live and more by clicking the button below.