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  • Lowry adds to its attainable housing stock with apartments for all ages

    The Boulevard One Residences held an open house celebration on Tuesday.

    The Boulevard One Residences at Lowry would not be possible without our community partners. Volunteers of America and Denver Housing Authority partnered with the Lowry Redevelopment Authority, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) , the City of Denver, the State of Colorado, FirstBank, Enterprise Partners, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka to create a beautiful new 71-unit housing project for families.

  • Camp POSTCARD in the Colorado Rockies

    Graduation day was filled with celebrations and surprises

    Camp was a great success this summer and we are so thankful to everyone who helped make it possible. Check out this video on 9news from graduation day at Camp POSTCARD.

  • Care for the Caregiver

    Caring Companion Brightens Day for Older Neighbor and Family

    Caring Companion gives family caregiver a break while providing new friendships and socialization for the person being cared for.

  • The Family Motel on SceneOn Colfax

    Captivating Interview with Family Motel Manager Nichole Stephens

    “I’ve been given the privilege to serve the most courageous and bravest people I’ve ever met.”

  • Colorado Rapid Rehousing for Reentry (COR3) Program

    The COR3 program finding success in reintegrating Colorado felons

    The Colorado Rapid Rehousing for Reentry (COR3) program assists former inmates with finding affordable housing to help break the cycle of incarceration. Check out FOX31 with an interview with one of the program's participants.

  • Volunteerism as the New Rx

    Seniors improve health and happiness through community service

    Seniors improve health and happiness through community service

  • When a Shelter Becomes a Home

    Durango Community Shelter Offers Hope to Homeless Families in Need

    Volunteers of America Colorado's Durango Community Shelter Offers Hope to Homeless Families in Need

  • University of Denver Law Clinic Recovers More Than $7.2 Million for Colorado Veterans

    A University of Denver Law Clinic housed at the Volunteers of America Veteran Services Center, called the Veteran's Advocacy Project, helps veterans recover funds through VA disability benefit appeals and Discharge Upgrade cases.

  • City Harvest

    Feeding a Community

    Volunteers of America's City Harvest initiative serves over 57 non-profit food banks across the Denver Metro Area.

  • Dallas Transplant Finds Community Volunteering in Denver

    What can you gain from giving back?

    New local resident finds a home through volunteering and giving back to the community.