Letterpress Depot has raised more than $40,000 as part of a three-year, $500,000 push to revamp the Englewood building that houses its 15 letterpress printers.
After closing a Five Points services center helping homeless youth in Denver, a local organization is looking to raise $150,000 to re-open.
Guy Carteng and Dan Woodward purchased the Assistance League of Denver’s 8,800-square-foot resale shop on June 8 for $1.65 million.
The cable magnate has pledged $20 million through his foundation for a three-year project to renovate the nonprofit’s facility near the corner of Evans Avenue and Quebec Street.
An exhibit looking at how animals function is taking flight at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
After nearly 30 years, a Denver-based job training nonprofit has undergone a $250,000 makeover to better catch the eyes of customers in the grocery aisle.
The $6 million will be distributed to RMPBS over three years, and was one of the first large gifts in the campaign.
Denver Rescue Mission is planning a multimillion-dollar renovation in Northeast Park Hill, converting a building wing into an overnight shelter for homeless men.
The executive director of a nonprofit coworking center is stepping down after four years of growing the organization into a hub of international work in Denver.
The nonprofit operates a health center with acupuncture and massage therapy at its facility, and it will expand to offer exercise and yoga, mental health services and chiropractic care at its new digs.