First and Last Mile

First and Last Mile

Community Highlight

Westwood is a neighborhood in southwest Denver, SW of the corner of Federal & Alameda. The auto-oriented streets have narrow sidewalks and are poorly lit. Westwood Unidos organizes community members to help them achieve their priorities for a safer and healthier...

MHC Updates

Affordable Fares  In the course of longer-term campaigns, there are always periods of time where the detail work needs to get done and the public face gets a little quieter. For Mile High Connects and the Affordable Fares Task Force, we are in just such a moment....

MHC Updates

MHC Grant Fund We are excited to release our funding guidelines for the Equitable Initiatives in The Denver Region grant fund for 2016. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2016, 5:00 MT. We will offer two grant application workshops in 2016. Workshops are open to...

Grantee Highlight – Westwood Unidos

Westwood Unidos is a coalition of Westwood residents partnering with organizations to make Southwest Denver a healthier place. Westwood Unidos' unique approach trains resident leaders to advocate for equitable resources, to organize their neighbors, and to increase...

MHC Grantee Highlight

Montbello Organizing Committee The Montbello Organizing Committee (MOC) is a grassroots organization composed of residents working to positively affect the quality of life for all who live, work, or volunteer within the neighborhood. A fairly new organization, the...

MHC Updates

Affordable Housing & Community Facilities During the Building Station Areas that Build Community event in February, Denver Shared Spaces and Mile High Connects released a report looking at a handful of station areas in our prioritized geographies and the community...

MHC Partner Highlight

New Belgium Family Foundation Recently, MHC talked with Lucy Cantwell at the New Belgium Family Foundation, funding partner of MHC.   Describe the NBFF's role in MHC. What do you see as your biggest contribution to MHC and its work? I would describe our role as...