Boulder Food Rescue

Editor’s note: As of March 17, the Boulder Food Rescue remains in operation. As it states: “Our team has been working diligently responding to COVID-19. Our decentralized food redistribution systems are built for emergencies and we take solace in the fact that people in these communities are going to take care of each other.” No […]

Did You Know the Humane Society Offers This?

You know if for the fluffy faces, whiskers and wagging tails looking for a new home. But the Humane Society of Boulder Valley is much more than just adoptions. There’s a lot to the local humane society that you probably don’t know, says spokesperson Amanda Boerman. The past year was big, full of changes. The […]

EFAA, a Nonprofit for Boulder’s Neediest

It’s easy to get lost in Boulder’s beauty: the brick-lined pedestrian mall, the mountain views, the occasional deer hanging out at the edge of town, the dreamy, historic mansions in downtown. But there’s another side to Boulder that can get lost in the charm. It’s expensive to live here, and some residents are struggling. In […]


Woman Wearing Beads With Children

It started with one woman, just trying to make ends meet. She was sitting on the ground outside her mud hut in Africa, rolling paper into colorful paper beads that she hoped to sell. Her name was Millie Grace Akena. Millie would inspire a movement that is now on track to improve the lives of […]