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Cause Area

  • Education & Literacy
  • Employment
  • Faith-Based


3050 Richard Allen Ct.Denver, CO 80205 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To abolish economic, spiritual, and relational poverty through career and community development.


Our tuition-free, six-month career training
program aims to empower individuals
in Denver to develop the personal and
professional skills that they need to
succeed in the workplace. We offer a

variety of career certification and pre-
apprenticeship tracks to provide a wide

selection of career opportunities.
Our program participants are called
Leaders, because we believe that every
individual is the leader of their own
change. We aren’t the hero, we are
simply here to provide the personal,
professional, and community resources to
help our neighbors succeed. In addition to
emphasizing growth in economic capital,
we believe in the power of developing
spiritual and relational capital.

We believe that no significant change
happens without significant relationships. By
completing our program, our Leaders gain far
more than career skills. We surround them
with caring staff, community volunteers, and
fellow leaders in order to build long-lasting
relationships that go beyond our program.
Ultimately, the love of God is what compels
us to care for our neighbors and will offer
them the greatest gift they could ever

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