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Digital Inequality: How Comcast’s WiFi-Connected “Lift Zones” Are Helping Denver Families

Most parents would agree that COVID-19 has been non-stop stress, especially as it pertains to distance learning and quarantining. Though difficult, I recognize my family’s privilege: my husband and I work remotely, we have Internet access and my two teenagers have school-issued laptops. These factors make us better-off than many Coloradans. In fact, a staggering […]

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A Way to Give Back While Staying Home This Holiday Season

As we continue to think of new ways to celebrate and come together this holiday season, the act of giving back to our community feels even trickier. However, families can volunteer together in their own homes by decorating meal bags for the local non-profit, Project Angel Heart. Decorating meal bags is a great way to introduce kids […]

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4 ways to volunteer with your family for the holidays

Volunteers of American is Holiday Giving Central for the holidays. Here are four impactful ways to serve with your family with links to sign-ups. Santa Shop On December 23rd  VOA will give away over 5,000 toys to kids ranging in ages 0 -18 years old. We need your help! Donate NEW and unwrapped toys to the Santa Shop […]

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Denver Day of Service: Family fun for a great cause!

As a part of the NFL’s “Huddle for 100” initiative encouraging fans to do at least 100 minutes of volunteer work, the Broncos and Mile High United Way are hosting the inaugural “Denver Day of Service” on June 7. These projects will all kickoff at 9:00 a.m. and last for a minimum of 100 minutes each. […]

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