Working her way up from summer staff to the organization’s top spot more than 30 years later, Julie Watkins is set to take over the CEO position at the outdoor-focused YMCA of the Rockies and its 6,000 acres next month.
Marking its fifth home for those recovering from addiction and escaping violence and homelessness, a local nonprofit is rehabbing a 19th century mansion on Broadway.
The president and CEO of a Denver nonprofit, who leaned on the organization herself as an immigrant in the 1970s, is stepping down from her post in 2017 after nearly 40 years with the group.
Spread between Jefferson Park and Cap Hill, a nonprofit that provides health and social services to people with HIV is moving into a 24,000-square-foot space on East Colfax.
In addition to counseling spaces, a nonprofit’s new campus in northeast Denver will provide room for two schools, a dental clinic and indoor basketball courts when it opens in a few weeks.
After years of squeezing kids into its founders’ Monbello home, a longtime nonprofit is building a new facility and creating its own park to introduce local students to the outdoors.
A string of new exhibits at the Children’s Museum will debut this week, and the high point is a 3.5-story indoor climbing gym.
With hundreds of families hoping for a spot in a nonprofit school system for children with disabilities, the organization is starting a $3 million project to add a new location in Aurora.
About a year after one of its curators began collecting signs from the homeless in Denver, a local museum has launched an exhibit exploring the history of homelessness from the Gold Rush to today.
As construction crews continue work on Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace development, a local nonprofit is building its own project on the site — a 26-foot art installation that mirrors its incomplete surroundings.