Project Worthmore is proud to be featured in Kyle Clark’s “A Word of Thanks” segment. Learn more about our organization and consider making a donation today.


Project Worthmore was founded in 2011 by Frank and Carolyn Anello as a response to the acute need for assistance of the refugee families in their community. From our start offering makeshift English classes in living rooms, we now offer six comprehensive programs to thousands of refugee clients. Around half of our staff are from the refugee community, helping us to better listen, empower and support those who have come here to rebuild their lives. Strategically located off of east Colfax, Project Worthmore is in the heart of the refugee community and therefore easily accessed by our clients. Our team and impact continue to grow as we play a role in supporting people during the worst refugee crisis since World War II.

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Learn More About Our Programs

Started as a makeshift response to the unmet needs of our refugee neighbors in 2009, we have grown to offer six programs and services.

DeLaney Community Farm

English Language Program

Community Navigators

Yu Meh Food Share

Family Partners

Worthmore Clinic