Immigrant Pathways Colorado

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Immigrant Pathways Colorado was founded in 2009 to support self-development activities and the integration of immigrants and refugees into the Denver Metro area. Immigrant Pathways Colorado is a community-supported 501(c)3 organization.

Year Founded |

2009

Preferred Method of Contact |

Phone

Contact Person |

Phone |

720-316-0953

Executive Director |

Susan Thornton

Executive Phone |

Executive Phone

Executive Email |

Immigrant Pathways Colorado

Mailing Address |

PO Box 401, Littleton, CO 80160

Physical Address |

6634 S Broadway; Centennial, CO 80121

Counties Served |

All

US Senate District |

State Senate District |

26th

State House District |

38th

6th

US Congressional District |

Services Offered |

Annual Events |

Events have been curtailed somewhat by COVIC-19, but include a Colorado Authors' Series featuring free chats with Colorado authors who write about immigration; a "Walking in the Shoes of an Immigrant' workshop; an annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon.

More About Organization |

Immigrant Pathways Colorado makes self-development grants to documented immigrants, refugees and asylees.  Grants are for things like applying for citizenship, learning English, training to become a pharmaceutical, dental or medical assistant, obtaining a commercial driver’s license – whatever will improve the family’s quality of life and sense of belonging in the community.  Grants are never made directly to the immigrant, but to the organization/agency that will help him or her.  An online application must be filled out by a Referring Professional who declares that he or she has seen the immigrants documents, pay stubs, rental costs, etc. Contact the email info@immigrantpathways.orgwith questions who might be eligible for a grant. Immigrant Pathways also makes annual scholarships available for immigrant students studying at Arapahoe Community College.

Latino Organization |

Organization is affiliated with UNIDOS US in Washington, DC. |

Are more than half the people served by your organization Latino or Hispanic |

Staff or Lead the organization are at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |

Board of Directors is at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |