Lizette is the bi-lingual coordinator of Spark the Change Colorado’s Mental Wellness Program. Having grown up in a bi-lingual setting, Lizette understands both the need for specialized mental health services and the barriers felt by the communities.
When asked what she looks forward to most in her new role, Emily shares, “I enjoy making connections with people in efforts to facilitate program awareness or continued outreach. I’m most excited to be actively engaging in growing a program that is helping the most affected members of our community during this pandemic.”
#JointheMovement and #BetheSpark this #GivingTuesday with Spark the Change Colorado!
If combatting food insecurity and creating opportunities for connection for older adults is something that you feel passionate about, consider giving to Spark the Change Colorado and our Retired & Senior Volunteer Program.
As we make our way further into the Season of Giving, consider directing your gift to Spark the Change Colorado and making a difference in Colorado communities.
Many of our most vulnerable people are aging at home, often alone and disconnected from others. The Senior Companion Program provides a spark of good energy to combat loneliness and ensure our older adults have their needs met.
Ideas for Family Giving This Holiday Season by: Kelly Streck, Director of Community Engagement
Join the Movement: Empowering Mental Wellness in Colorado
Kickoff the Season of Giving by scheduling your Colorado Gives Day donation today!
Sofia Webb, MSW, NLC, is both a volunteer and a beneficiary of our Supervision Program, as an experienced MSW who is on her way to clinical licensure.