Mayor Michael B. Hancock today joined more than 100 city officials, finalists and community partners to announce the winners of the second annual Denver Healthy Communities Awards.
This season Grow Local Colorado (www.GrowLocalColorado.org) is adding two new vegetable gardens, totaling ten sites throughout the Denver area.
Dolls for Daughters, and Leader Jessica Bachus, were recently awarded Nonprofit of the Year honors by the Cherry Creek Chamber of Commerce.
Our friends at Blue Star Recyclers, and Leader Bill Morris, were named social venture of the year at Colorado Impact Days earlier this month.
We're excited to continue our work with our Leaders in 2014. We're so thankful that you will be there with us, in action and in spirit. Last year was a big year for Beanstalk.
Back in September, Stella Yu and the amazing artistic youth of Arts Street reached out for help to set up an entrepreneur program through which they would sell their work.
My sweet, dear friends, Jeremy Barnes and Kelila Rose, were rescued from their car roof while chest-deep flood waters rushed by them on September 11, 2013.
In second grade, I learned about bean plants. Nursing them from seed to stalk in Ziploc containers, I watched them sprout their first leaves, make their first flowers, and begin laying down roots in the world.
One of our primary missions here at Beanstalk is to recognize incredible community members for their work and their dedication to making Colorado a better place to live, work, and play.
On Saturday, August 3, the McNichols Building at Civic Center Park became a mixed-use art studio for Denver youth.