At Commún, we are full of gratitude for and driven by our commitment to our community sponsors and partners. Thank you to all of our partners for your solidarity in our work!
Glowmundo trains children and youth, as well as the adults in their life, to self-regulate and build their resilience capacity. Glowmundo works through social emotional learning (SEL) training.
The Center for Trauma and Resiliency and Mi Gente Legal Clinic partner with Commún to train therapists to complete free and low-cost assessments for immigrants working to obtain or maintain visas to reside in the US.
Community Language Co-op provides interpretation for our community focus groups and psychological assessments conducted in languages other than English and Spanish.
Sheridan Rising Together for Equity (SRTFE) supports Commun’s community engagement program by providing training on health equity for community members. Commún trains SRTFE members on mental health, self-esteem, and building both of our programs to be as robust and collaborative as possible.
Frontline Farming (FLF) is a Front Range-based non-profit that provides food security through food production and policy making. The Executive Director of FLF was born and still lives in the far Southwest Denver community. Commun’s food production sites are greatly supported by the knowledge and expertise of Frontline Farming. Commún models all of its food programs after FLF, and Commún and FLF staff have regular meetings and volunteer at each other’s events.
Kaizen Food Rescue (KFR) is the parent organization of five regional food banks that Commún works with to provide food security in our community. In partnership with Kaizen, Commún is able to support our community with boxes of food, diapers, and pet food at no cost every Thursday from 3:30-5pm. Please visit Kaizen’s website to find the dates, times, and locations of other food shares that Kaizen manages.
Commún participates in the collective action of Project Protect Food System Workers to provide personal protective equipment and other protections, such as child care and paid sick leave, to those who grow and process food around the state.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Denver Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs
Colorado Health Foundation
Blueprint to End Hunger
The Colorado Trust
Kim Stephens Realty
Drew Fink and Daniela Uribe
Would your business or organization like to join us in building a community that values equity, sustainability, and connection? Please contact us to schedule a conversation!