Background: Bullying Recovery Resource Center, BRRC, was founded in 2017 by parents of a bullied child. The bullying their son experienced, and the lack of action taken by the school where it happened caused them to imagine an organization where other families reeling from the impact of bullying could go to gather information, ideas, education, … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Bullying Recovery Resource Center
By: Betty Nufer | Originally published in The Pueblo Chieftain I had total knee replacement surgery a couple of months back. I’ve said it’s the “worst/best” decision I have ever made. After years of hobbling around and being restricted in activity, I made the difficult decision to “go under the knife.” I had the best … Continue reading Caring Caregivers
Position Title: Programs Administrative Assistant Position Description: This role will provide crucial administrative support to programs such as Membership and Client Services, Mental Wellness Program (MWP), and Training and Events. This highly interactive position supports member non-profits in finding the volunteer help they need, and volunteers in finding meaningful and impactful volunteer opportunities. The Programs … Continue reading Now Hiring: Administrative Assistant
Mental Health Article #3: 6 Tips for Parents to Report Bullying, Adapted from Addressing and Preventing Classroom Bullying by Barbara Coloroso
The 300-pound Mental Health Bell serves as a powerful reminder of the misunderstanding and discrimination that may continue to affect people with mental illnesses.
Minoru Yasui Community Volunteer Award March Recipient: Meg Harlow’s years of experience, her compassionate heart and her generosity make her a most deserving candidate for the Minoru Yasui Community Volunteer Award.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we will be sharing resources along the theme of ‘Tools 2 Thrive’! First is Interrupting Bias: Calling In vs Calling Out.
On April 27th Spark’s Director of Empowering Aging, Laura Kinder, was recognized by VoyageDenver in the ShoutOutColorado Series for her impressive work with volunteers. Thank you to VoyageDenver and ShoutOutColorado! We are lucky to have Laura on our team, Sparking Change in Colorado communities!
Member Spotlight: Womxn’s March Denver- committed to amplifying marginalized voices in the movement to end sexism, oppression, and injustice.
Minoru Yasui: Honoring a Dedicated & Determined Activist