The Alliance Center is staying resilient during this unprecedented time. Our purpose is to bring people together to solve systemic problems, which is proving to be more important now than ever before. We are determined to fulfill this mission and are currently working hard to ensure our community is safe, connected and informed.


The Alliance Center’s doors are closed to the public temporarily, but our community stands strong. 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.
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  • All of our staff are working remotely
  • We are actively encouraging our community to follow the CDC recommendation and work remotely as well
  • We are working with events occurring in the next eight weeks to reschedule
  • We have increased our cleaning focus on high-touch surfaces and will continue to meet or exceed all health department guidelines
  • We have prioritized timely, informational communication to help our community make informed decisions
  • While our front doors are closed and access is for tenants only, our staff is available during normal business hours to provide as much normalcy as possible


The Alliance Center is adapting all of our programing to prioritize public health. We are postponing all in-person events for the time being, but are working hard to compile and share useful resources, online tools and actions you can partake in from the safety of your home. We’re more resilient together, stand with us!

Denver Earth Week 2020: Inside Edition

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day virtually

In partnership with Earth Day Network and a coalition of organizations, 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 18 – 25 with documentaries, podcasts, articles, crafts, civic actions and more.

Adjusting to a New Normal: Supporting employees in the time of COVID-19

Wednesday, April 15 | 10 – 11 AM

In response to the uncertainties presented by COVID-19, businesses must adapt their processes swiftly to remain resilient and strong. Our Best for Colorado community is here to provide information and encouragement on how to navigate these uncharted waters! Join us and our panel of experts for a webinar full of insight and resources on how to run a business during this time.

Census 2020

Online resources in place of our Counting on Resilience event


We understand that anxiety and uncertainty are something many of us are struggling with right now. The Alliance Center is collecting, and regularly updating, valuable information to help us all work, find ease and navigate this unprecedented time. Have content you’d like to share? Send it to communications@thealliancecenter.org.

Nonprofit Resources

Information and content to help our nonprofit tenants navigate this time

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Business Resources

Available online tools that are useful to small businesses 

Supporting Others

Various ways you can help individuals and businesses through this time

Mental Health

Ideas and tools to help you stay mentally strong

Workouts and Exercises

Free online content and resources to help keep you physically healthy

Arts and Culture

Movies, concerts and tours to fill your artistic needs

Education Resources for Kids

Online resources to keep our children learning from home