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Welcome to the Minority Service Organizations. This guide has links for organizations and groups that serve and provide advocacy for different minority groups in the Denver Metro Area. You will find information about services, programs, and community groups on these pages.
Local and National Organizations
Denver Community Organizations - A-Z
Diversity and Inclusion organizations, community service, professional, educational, schools and media. Browse by industry.
The Civil Rights Project
Includes a list of Civil Rights Organizations across the United States.
National Multicultural Alliance
NMCA funds film and media makers, presents works on public television and other venues, exhibits films and videos, and distributes works to schools and libraries. In addition, they facilitate a new media institute, production training, skills advancement, and career development through workshops, lectures and counseling.
Colorado Office of Health Equity
Addresses the health disparities that exist in Colorado communities including (but not limited to) racial and ethnic minorities; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT); aging; people living with a disability; low-socioeconomic and geographic populations.
Minority Enterprise & Educational Development
MEED is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to positively impact Colorado's minority communities by providing educational opportunities, empowering minority businesses, recognizing business successes of minority ventures and giving voice to the power of collaboration through scholarships, training and celebration of the states cultural diversity.
Denver 2018 Disparity Study
As required by § 28-83, D.R.M.C., of the Denver city ordinance, the Division of Small Business Opportunity (DSBO) in the Office of Economic Development (OED) is required to conduct a disparity study approximately every 5 years to evaluate the utilization of minority and women-owned contractors in city procurement of construction, professional design, and goods and services.
Colorado Minority Business Directory
Find minority-owned and women-owned businesses in a searchable database. You can add or modify a listing to this database. This database makes it easy for people to find your company. You can also do a search for minority and women-owned businesses.
Minority Business Office of Colorado
Provides information and services to help members of minority groups start their own businesses.