On Friday December 14, Ready to Work Aurora celebrated our ribbon cutting with more than 80 community leaders! And the 11 new Ready to Work trainees who now call Ready to Work House at 3176 S. Peoria Court home!
Thank you to all who made this project possible including The City of Aurora, The State of Colorado Division of Housing, Northern Trust, the Daniels Fund, The Adolph Coors Foundation, The Anschutz Foundation, the Boettcher Foundation, the Harmes C. Fishback Foundation and Kenneth King Foundation.
Ready to Work Trainee Earl with Brian Arnold Ready to Work Program Director
Charlie Richardson Aurora City Council
The Aurora Police Department came out to support our Ready to Work grand opening ceremony
CEO of Bridge House and President of Ready to Work Aurora Isabel McDevitt
From left to right – U.S. Representative Mike Coffman, Senator Nancy Todd, Executive Director of The Anschutz Foundation Ted Harms, Senior Grant Program Director Daniels Foundation Sparky Turner, CEO of Bridge House and President of Ready to Work Aurora Isabel McDevitt, Kristin Todd Executive Vice President Grants Program & Operations The Daniels Fund, Shelley McKittrick Homeless Program Director City of Aurora, Carrie Tynan Director of Programs and Grant Making The Coors Foundation