Feeding the Giving Tree amid the Government Shutdown

By Sandy Wiegand, Copyeditor and Writer at Joining Vision and Action Do a quick online news search of the phrase “government shutdown and Denver nonprofits,” and you’ll get a lot of headlines [...]

Teacher Pay and Other Wonkish Woes: A Look at Education Policy in Colorado in 2018

By Erin Shaver, Senior Grantwriter at Joining Vision and Action Colorado is a top state for many things—low unemployment, a healthy and fit population (we’ve held the crown for lowest obesity rate [...]

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You Aren’t Imagining it—Coloradans Do Pay More for our Healthcare

By Lisa Cirincione, Senior Resource Development Associate at Joining Vision and Action It seems that each year, fewer people can afford healthcare. From 2006 to 2016, the cost of employer-sponsored health insurance [...]

Federal Spending Uncertainty—Continuing Resolutions are Paralyzing National Progress

Lisa Cirincione, Senior Resource Development Associate at Joining Vision and Action Congress has developed a habit of using continuing resolutions (CRs) as a stop-gap funding measure to keep the government open. While [...]

Heard of 2Gen? Colorado Just Keeps Innovating

By Sandy Wiegand, Copyeditor and Writer at Joining Vision and Action Photo by London Scout on Unsplash Since starting at JVA in the fall, I’ve been fortunate enough to attend several events where I’ve met [...]

The Trump Budget: An Information and Action Session

By Lisa Cirincione, Joining Vision and Action Summary: A lively discussion and presentation about how President Trump’s proposed federal budget may impact projects undertaken by the City and County of Denver, environmental [...]