Denver Community Credit Union Participates in Denver Community Gives Day Oct. 8

Denver, Colo. – All Denver Community Credit Union staff will volunteer at six Denver service project locations on #DenverCommunityGives Day, Monday October 8th.   Volunteer projects will support Metro Caring’s anti-hunger programs and Volunteers of America Colorado’s underserved clients, which include at risk children, women, seniors, and homeless community members.

On #DenverCommunityGives Day, credit union staff will paint ten emergency shelter rooms for families in crisis, sort and organize food bank donations, serve meals to children and homeless community members, and do maintenance work to spruce up senior housing and preschool facilities, among other projects.  #DenverCommunityGives Day aligns with Denver Community Credit Union’s vision of “Advancing financial opportunity” by making a difference in the lives of our community members.

Denver Community employees have collectively volunteered over 610 hours in 2018 so far.  This full day of volunteering and recognizing community service further encourages Denver Community staff to remain involved in the communities we serve year-round.  In 2017, 86 Denver Community staff volunteered a combined 430 hours on #DenverCommunityGives Day, which was an estimated $10,380 in cost savings for Volunteers of America Colorado.

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About Denver Community CU

Since 1934, Denver Community Credit Union has been advancing financial opportunity for its members and community. Anyone who lives or works in Adams, Arapahoe, Jefferson, or Denver Counties is welcome to become a member. We serve our communities with quality loans with low rates, and savings and checking products that help members effectively manage their money. Our staff provides top level service by focusing on finding solutions that help members reach further to achieve their financial goals. The credit union also positively impacts members and communities with the award-winning Clear Money Program; a financial education program. Learn more at

About Metro Caring

Metro Caring’s mission is to build equity by nourishing neighbors, providing tools to thrive and fostering community.  Metro Caring addresses the root cause of hunger: poverty, by providing nutritious groceries to the community and offering holistic, wrap-around programming so that families can break the cycle of poverty.  Metro Caring is a welcoming, dignified, health-focused organization, open to everyone in the Denver metro area.  To learn more, visit

About Volunteers of America

Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization established in 1896 dedicated to helping those in need live healthy, safe and productive lives.  Serving more than 146,000 Coloradoans each year, Volunteers of America has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including the frail elderly, people with disabilities, at-risk youth, homeless individuals and women and their children escaping domestic violence.  For more information about Volunteers of America, visit