Quantum Activist Network offers two interviews each month with some of the most brilliant social entrepreneurs and visionaries in the world, as well as online audio archives of the interviews, and special Teleseminar Q&A’s with these entrepreneurial Luminaries.
Moon Belly Birth Care offers labor doula, sibling doula and abortion support services for women in the Denver area.
From Musical Roots website:
The mission of Musical Roots is to preserve musical culture through media such as film, writing, and audio recording, to provide educational funding, materials, and empowerment in the third-world communities we interact with.
In cultures where limited resources often default to males, we have a special interest in facilitating opportunities for girls and women.
Our focus is on sacred, shamanic, folk, tribal, historical, and ecstatic music, and on local and sustainable cultural practices.
Annemie Curlin is a Vermont based painter whose intimate and fantastical style is inspired by the early Renaissance and focuses mostly on nature, women, and the opposing poles of celebration and catastrophes.
Colorado is one of ten states that have created legislative youth advisory councils. The Colorado Youth Advisory Council is comprised of 40 young people between the ages of 14 and 19, and two nonvoting members from the legislature. Members represent the diversity of Colorado's youth, with one member selected from each of the 35 Senate district and five at large members selected to ensure adequate rural representation. The Council meets four times per year, with two meetings occurring during the legislative session. Members serve a two-year term, and may apply for a second term.
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health was founded in 1977 as the Illinois Caucus on Teenage Pregnancy. As the organization grew, so did its mission, and by 2000, the organization had collected an extensive range of accomplishments in the fields of child welfare, adolescent workforce development and welfare reform, in addition to its work on adolescent health.
SourceTree Commons is the next generation platform for supporting open source software development, more than a code repository. They are building a community to support open source collaboration and here's just a bit of what makes us different:
* SourceTree is open source. They want geeks to do what they do best - build cool stuff. And they think the platform to support development should be open for improvement as well.
Grow Local is a new project developed by community leaders, gardeners, locavores, farmers and businesses to help more people grow more food locally. This website is a resource hub for information, expertise and partnership in establishing your own food garden in your home, business, or public space
The Mission of the Mile High Business Alliance is to build better community through better business. We help people find and support local business, and are building an alliance of local businesses who are working together to build a stronger local economy - sharing best practices, doing business together, and helping each other compete against non-local business. We're not about 'business as usual,' but are local entrepreneurs and community members who are designing, influencing and building what's next.
Denver is home to many unique neighborhoods, with locally owned shops and restaurants not found anywhere else. Local Flavor Guides™ are full color, easy-to-carry brochures that feature one-of-a-kind Denver businesses just waiting to be discovered. Great for locals and visitors alike! Local Flavor Guides™ are a project of the Mile High Business Alliance, a Denver-based organization committed to strengthening local business.