There are times when someone really steps up to help other people. No matter what the challenges are, they are committed to helping their neighbors and their community. You could say they have risen to the occasion. This is exactly what Bre Patterson did during the coronavirus challenge.
It should come as no surprise that with many Denverites working and schooling from home, purchasing supplies online, and ordering takeout instead of dining out, there is a lot more waste being generated at home. Because of this, we’ve compiled a boredom-busting list of activities and recommendations that can help reduce waste at home while providing some much-needed entertainment too!
It's been a long month, hasn't it? It seems like a lot has happened since last month's newsletter, yet not much as happened. I guess that's the paradox of the times we're currently living through that we will all remember for years to come. For now, let's focus on some of the positive experiences that come from volunteering. This month's story comes from Carol, who is the leader of the Logistics Team.
The West Colfax neighborhood gets its name from West Colfax Avenue, which is the busiest street running east and west through the neighborhood. More than 100 years ago, West Colfax developed as the residential and commercial home of Denver’s original Jewish population. Nowadays the streets of West Colfax are filled with shopping centers, healthcare facilities and commercial offices that blend with residences in this multi-ethnic neighborhood.