Who We Serve

WOMEN HELPING WOMEN!

The Zonta Club of Denver II is proud to support and partner with the following organizations. They provide services that have a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families who are in need. Their employees and volunteers are dedicated to help people enrich their family environment, further their education, and improve their overall quality of life. As a result, the entire community benefits socially and economically. We provide grants, scholarships, in-kind donations and many hours of volunteer work to these organizations.

Healthy Beginnings Clinic

Healthy Beginnings Clinic

Healthy Beginnings Clinic provides immunizations and health care to the children of residents, alumni and those enrolled in the on-site child care program of Warren Village.

We provide grants, donate clothing and books.

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Center for Work Education and Employment

Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE)

Center for Work Education and Employment Founded in 1982, the Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE) fosters personal and professional transformation for low-income single parent families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement.

Impressions Clothing Boutique

We provide grants, clothing donations and holiday gifts to CWEE. Our members helped remodel the First Impressions Boutique and help maintain it.

Central Visitation Program

Central Visitation Program

Making sure children are safe and happy

Making sure children are safe and happy

Central Visitation Program provides a safe, supervised, and comfortable setting for court ordered visits between children and parents of low income families involved in high conflict divorce, custody and/or restraining proceedings.

Denver II members volunteer at CVP receptions and the art auction. This year we are redoing the visitation room where parents can visit with their children.

Empowerment Program

Empowerment

“The Empowerment Program provides health, housing, employment and education services and advocacy for women living in poverty, who are homeless, living with the effects of trauma, drug addiction and mental illness and HIV infection or AIDS. Empowerment is a licensed drug and mental health treatment program and provides services based on a strengths based, harm reduction and relational-cultural models.”

Our club remodeled the Columbine Community Center and hosts a monthly activity there for the residents. We give Empowerment grants, donate clothing, personal items and food to clients. We volunteer for the Chrysalis Program graduations.

Excelsior Youth Center

Excelsior Youth Center

Excelsior Youth Center, the largest residential treatment center in Colorado for girls, is considered THE EXPERT in treating troubled teenaged girls, ages 11- 18 years old.

In the past, we have provided gifts for the holidays for students and have donated personal care items. This year we have adopted a cottage of 18 girls and visit once a month to engage them in an activity.

Florence Crittenton School

Florence Crittenton School

Florence Crittenton School empowers struggling teen families to be productive members of the community and helps them create Cycles of Success!. Using a holistic and proven approach, the agency offers a spectrum of wraparound services for the entire teen family: the Florence Crittenton High School for teen mothers, the Qualistar-rated Early Learning Center and the Family Engagement Center for teen fathers and family members.

In 2009, our major project for the year was creating the Baby Bucks Store. We give the school grant dollars, sponsor graduations, provide school supplies and participate in back to school activities. We raise money and walk in the annual 5K Run/Walk.

We award the Sue Burch Scholarship to a Florence Crittenton graduate who is attending college.

Freedom Service Dogs

Freedom Service Dogs

Freedom Service Dogs rescues dogs from shelters and trains them to assist people with mobility impairments.

Our members enjoy participating in several graduation ceremonies each year. We also provide grant funding to support the care and training of the dogs.

 

Glory Community

Glory Community

Glory Community is a caring residential community providing a safe, stable Christian environment for adults with developmental disabilities.”

We staff registration at Glory Community’s annual fundraiser and silent auction.

The Learning Source

The Learning Source

For Adults and Families

Learning Source provides opportunities for adults and families to attain educational goals through literacy, GED, English and workforce development instruction.

Besides giving grant funding, our members volunteer at graduation receptions, tutor GED students, and participate in the annual Spelling Bee.

SafeHouse Denver, Inc.

SafeHouse Denver, Inc.

SafeHouse Denver, Inc. assists women, children and youth in reclaiming their right to a life free of domestic violence.

Denver II members volunteer at fundraising events, help with mass mailings, give grant dollars, and adopt a family during the holiday season. We also collect old cell phones to donate to SafeHouse.

Smart-Girl

Smart-Girl

Mentoring ProgramsSmart-Girl empowers pre-teen and teen girls to make smart choices and become confident, capable and self-reliant young women.

We sponsor girls to attend camp and fund snacks for after school camp.

Adopt-A-Teacher

Adopt-A-Teacher

Each year Zonta Denver II gives a grant to a teacher in the Denver Metro area to promote literacy. The teacher may use the grant to buy classroom supplies and books or provide students with experiences that encourage reading.