Assistance League Denver Cuts The Ribbon For Their New Home

The Assistance League of Denver cut the ribbon on its new facility located at 6265 E. Evans Avenue on Thursday, October 11, 2018. Dignitaries including Denver City Councilman Paul Kashmann and Glendale Chamber COO Jeff Allen were on hand to help celebrate.

Assistance League Denver has been serving the greater Denver community for 60 years. The Denver Chapter was organized in 1953 and chartered in 1958 and was the first chapter of National Assistance League located outside of California. Last year, in 2017, members devoted 28,443 hours to service. They served 9,219 people and returned $420,000 to meet the needs of people in the Denver community. This chapter is highly motivated to effect change in the community because they care about the outcome.

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