Following Denver Public Schools, Girls Inc. of Metro Denver’s Center and Bold Beans coffee shop will be closed starting Monday, March 16 through Monday, April 20.  Read a letter from our President & CEO for more information on the closure and the precautions that Girls Inc. of Metro Denver is taking concerning COVID-19.

There are several resources available for families and our community. Including:

Food Distribution Sites: Denver Public Schools will offer free meals to students (ages 1-18 yrs. old) at several locations throughout the city on weekdays starting Monday March 16 through Friday, April 17. Select Denver recreation centers will serve dinner as well. Families may also pick up food boxes during dinner services. For a complete list of food distribution sites, please go to the DPSk12 website and TastyFood.

Internet Access: Through the Comcast Internet Essentials program, families may qualify for affordable high-speed home internet for $9.95/month. For more information, please visit: Internet Essentials.

Technology Equipment: PCs for People provides affordable computers and low-cost mobile internet to eligible community members. Learn more at PCs for People.

Rent and Utility Assistance: Denver’s Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program (TRUA) offers resources to residents who are facing a hardship. Learn more at: Rental and Utility Help.

General Resource Needs: Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 Help Center is a statewide community resource connecting individuals and families to critical resources including food, shelter, rental assistance, childcare, and more. Dial 211 from any phone or learn more/live chat at:

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