A nonprofit that offers housing and classes for teenage mothers in the Denver area is consolidating and expanding its services in a $4 million project.
A foundation that doles out millions of grant dollars each year has a new president and executive director — one who has been on the receiving end of the nonprofit’s philanthropy.
A $10.5 million project by a local charity and a church will bring 50 subsidized one-bedroom apartments for homeless people in Cap Hill.
A gym nonprofit is building a for-profit CrossFit gym next door to its Champa Street location to offset the cost of offering free fitness classes to people recovering from addiction.
Construction is starting at the end of the month on a new facility for a nonprofit that plans to pair 70 owners in need with specially trained animals per year.
The former head of corporate giving at a utility giant is taking over the reins of a nonprofit she used to fund, just as the organization prepares to move into a new location in Westwood.
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.