Volunteerism is Part of Our Culture – 2016 Employee Service Projects Announced

Volunteerism is rooted in The Denver Post’s culture, because we believe when we volunteer our time, money, or talents, we help make our world a better, happier place where people work together and improve life for others. Giving back is an enriching experience for all involved and our employees take pride in donating their personal time for a wide range of projects each year. The Denver Post is proud to offer its employee volunteer program ACTS, Assisting the Community Through Service, as a year-round opportunity to make a difference.
In 2016, our employees will help make a difference at Florence Crittenton Services during Amp The Cause’s Community Day; for the Denver Public Library Friends Foundation setting up their Summer Used Book Sale; for Denver Public Schools through a company wide school supply drive; by helping with theSpecial Olympics Colorado Adams County Bowling Tournament; by sorting and reclaiming donations at Food Bank of the Rockies; and last but not least by making and delivering fruit baskets for isolated seniors through Basket of Joy.
For more information on The Denver Post ACTS, click here.