Scouting Values Instilled In Kids Living In Public HousingChildren growing up in Denver’s public housing neighborhoods have traditionally been among the most at-risk youth in the city. The Bridge Project aims to change that by providing a path for higher education and building character.
Students Believe Program Makes Colorado Feel Like HomeA Boulder County nonprofit is tearing down walls, and building bridges, for Colorado's immigrant population.
Staff At Suicide Prevention Lifeline Filled With 'Heart'A group operating what’s called the Peer Support line for Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners provides "in-the-moment" support to those who are considering suicide and are looking for help.
'Bridging The Gap' Helps Young Adults Emerge From Foster CareChildren growing up in the foster care system often find themselves struggling to make the leap toward becoming an independent adult, so Mile High United Way launched a program to help them reach the other side.
Ace Scholarships Give A Hand Up To Students Who Want MoreIn the maze of students at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Favianna Oropeza stands out.
Gold Star Family Works To Honor Son By Helping Veterans With PTSDA Gold Star family from Colorado is trying to change the way some veterans treat their post-traumatic stress disorder, and they’re doing it the only way their fallen son would have wanted.
Quadriplegic Theater Shooting Survivor Loves To Work HardIt has been more than four years since what happened in a fraction of a second’s time changed everything for Stefan Moton.
Miracles On Ice Help Kids With More Than Just SkatingDozens of children get the chance to learn how to skate and play hockey, thanks to a dedicated couple who believe the sport can transform lives.
Recovering Addicts Looking For Mission Pay It Forward To Students In Need Of TechnologyA community battling addiction looking for a way to give back has found a great way to do it -- by helping high school students with a need for technology.
Excelsior Youth Center Helps Troubled Youth Find StabilityOne teen's success story about a center designed to help troubled youth and coming home in time for Christmas.
Anchor Center Opens The World For Visually Impaired ChildrenChristmas is a beautiful time filled with family and friends, sights and sounds. But, for children who are blind or visually impaired part of the holiday is lost.