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Building Community Check-ins on Hiatus

The speed with which the Coronavirus pandemic turned our lives upside-down was a shock to everyone, and doubly so to families living paycheck to paycheck or people new to our country with limited English language skills. To help our residents and neighbors fight “quarantine shock,” Hope Communities produced and aired a series of “Building Community Check-ins” via Facebook Live. In 50 episodes of about 30 minutes each, Hope staff as well as subject experts shared resources and services to help people secure the necessities of life (e.g. food and rent), maintain physical and mental health, cope with schools being out, and deal with many other concerns. Though we stopped doing the weekly check-ins at the end of September, we have archived all episodes on YouTube for viewing anytime. Look for a list of titles on this website, then click on the links to access individual episodes.

Looking for a good book? Our Building Community Check-Ins included

BOOK REVIEWS

with great advice on all sorts of reading to help you through the lockdown and beyond!

Community Vaccination Clinic

On Sunday, March 21, Hope Communities, along with community partners Rocky Mountain Communities, Street Fraternity, Mercy Housing, Disabled American Veterans, APDC, DRCOG, Spring Institute, House of Purpose Church, East Colfax Community Collective, and Project Worthmore came together to put on a COVID vaccine clinic.  The clinic’s goal was to get some of the most underserved
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Vaccine Information – Amharic

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Vaccine Information – Somali

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Vaccine Information – Nepali

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Vaccine Information – Arabic

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Vaccine Information – Spanish

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Save The Date

Save The Date

Save The Date for the 2021 Hope For the Future! Date: Thursday, September 9, 2021 Time: 6 PM – 9 PM Place: Park Hill Golf Course 4141 E. 35th Ave. Denver, CO 80207
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Hope Communities wins 2021 Eagle Award

Hope Communities wins 2021 Eagle Award

Hope Communities is thrilled to announce that we were awarded with the 2021 Eagle Award from Housing Colorado, which represents one of the highest achievements within the Colorado housing community!  The Eagle Award for Programs is an incredible honor, recognizing outstanding service programming that directly impacts our affordable housing clients…
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Equity, and Hope's Commitment

Equity, and Hope's Commitment

A commitment to equity has long been a cornerstone of the mission and work of Hope Communities.  What does that mean? This definition is from a recent Annie E. Casey Foundation blog post: Equity is defined as “the state, quality or ideal of being just, impartial and fair.” The concept…
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Community Vaccination Clinic

Community Vaccination Clinic

On Sunday, March 21, Hope Communities, along with community partners Rocky Mountain Communities, Street Fraternity, Mercy Housing, Disabled American Veterans, APDC, DRCOG, Spring Institute, House of Purpose Church, East Colfax Community Collective, and Project Worthmore came together to put on a COVID vaccine clinic.  The clinic’s goal was to get…
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Donor Partners

Donor Partners

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation prioritized accessible care and vital services for those disproportionately impacted by the pandemic this past year. Their support has allowed us to provide essential services to address the emergency and basic needs of Hope’s residents and clients. The Schlessman Family Foundation has long supported Hope’s work…
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This is what success looks like.

This is what success looks like.

Hlaing Than spent a decade in prison in Burma for protesting in favor of democracy – the same issue the country is embroiled over currently. When he was released, the military government wouldn’t allow him to work, so he escaped to the United States as an asylee.  10 years later,…
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