Community Ends Isolation
EarthLinks is a social-enterprise nonprofit located in the Sun Valley neighborhood of Denver that creates Earth-centered programming for people experiencing homelessness and economic poverty. EarthLinks program participants are given a safe, peaceful space to foster empowerment, resilience, and collectivity while also sustaining the planet. Together, we care for each other and for Earth.
At EarthLinks, everything we do benefits people and the planet. Through our micro-enterprise Workshop Program, Participants who are experiencing homelessness and low income earn a stipend for their work in the garden and creative workshop.
Participants create Earth-friendly crafts, art and or products while benefiting from skills development, increased accountability, and goal setting. These invigorating activities, which drive self-esteem and motivation, are paired with professional case management services.
EarthLinks' Commitment to Black Lives
For 25 years, EarthLinks has espoused inclusivity – finding connection in all things, from our cosmic connection to all other matter to our interconnectedness to all things on our planet — human, animal, plants, soil.
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EarthLinks would like to acknowledge and thank the original inhabitants of Colorado; recognize the role that colonization has played in our history; and take a more active role in the process of decolonization and healing for all.
EarthLinks is open Monday - Friday from 8am to 4pm!
We are located at 2746 West 13th Avenue, Denver, CO.
Coffee Shop Hours are M-F 8am to 3pm
*No Masks Required*