Colorado Parent Magazine talked with our Executive Director, Frank Anello, about the challenges refugees face and Project Worthmore.
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Snooze, Denver Urban Gardens, and Project Worthmore invite Denverites to commune for a cause.
“Regardless, it’s easy to see how the program is already changing lives. During a seed saving class, the teacher spoke about adaptability, a very familiar concept to a roomful of refugees.
A weekend festival with a 5K, a one-mile fun run, team relay races, a yoga class instructed through wireless headphones, kids’ activities, food from City, O’ City and beer from Great Divide — all of it taking place on a community farm — already hits enough Colorado stereotypes to make it appealing to Denverites.
Now’s the time! Let refugees know they are welcome here and become a monthly supporter! Amidst continued uncertainty of future national legislation on refugee resettlement, now is the time we must band together to support our refugee neighbors.