Read about The Alliance Center’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Yes, this is yet another communication to share how an organization is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. And we’ll get to that. But first, we want to say thank you. Thank you for being part of our community. The Alliance Center was founded on the belief in the power of collaboration through community. Even though we’re unable to be together physically, we believe this pandemic is showing the true power of community. How quickly we were able to come together to protect those who need it most, how easily people turned to their neighbors to see how they could help – these are the small acts of kindness show the strength in community.
The Alliance Center’s doors are closed to the public temporarily, but our community stands strong. As the hub of sustainability in Colorado, we aim for innovative solutions in all we do. We feel fortunate that our staff and many, if not all, of our tenants are able to continue their crucial work with the help of technology, and we are in the process (one started long before the current pandemic) of developing a communications center that will enhance our ability to adapt as the workplace of the future, reduce our CO2 emissions and increase our connectivity. Unfortunately, a situation like this might arise again in the future, and The Alliance Center will be ready.
Our community’s health and wellbeing is and always has been The Alliance Center’s utmost priority and concern. Here is what we are doing for our staff and wider Alliance Center community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Let us know if we can do anything else to assist you during these unique times. We hope our collective responses to the COVID-19 threat allow it to pass quickly and we are able to welcome you back to The Alliance Center in person soon! In the mean time, please utilize these resources:
Census 2020: Online resources in place of our Counting on Resilience event
- Census 2020 Factsheet – Colorado Department of Local Affairs
- These state level elections could change the balance of power in Congress for a decade– The Washington Post
- Denver can’t spell census without “us,” but minority and low-income neighborhoods shy away from the headcount – Denverite
- Hey Colorado, The 2020 Census Form is on its Way to You – CPR
- The 2020 Census and Climate Resilience – The Alliance Center
- Resources: Businesses’ Role in the Census – Best for Colorado, The Alliance Center
We’re adapting our week of Earth Day activities to include online resources and actions you can do from your home! You can celebrate daily from April 17 – 25 with documentaries, podcasts, articles, crafts and civic actions. Learn more!