Denver Community Credit Union taught financial education classes at several locations from DHS, Denver School of Science and Tech, and Colorado African Organization. These classes and topics included discussions about credit, budgeting and saving money, and the basics of banking.
Our monthly Clear Money Event “Home Buying Resource Night” was hosted at our credit union for members and other individuals who were looking to connect with local homeownership resources to help them with the home buying process.
We hosted our semi-annual car sale event at our Downtown Branch location. This was an event we host twice every year with our partners at AutoTrek. We clear our parking lots and stock up to 100 different vehicles for our Credit Union Members to test drive and purchase while we grilled and served free hot dogs.
Our partners of the Office of Economic Development hosted their annual Small Business Expo at the Denver Public Library. This event included twenty three different vendors,from a wide array of public and nonprofit organizations who offer small business-building services. Also included was a lenders’ panel which included various public, private and nonprofit financing options to advise existing and aspiring entrepreneurs on landing the dollars they need to keep their business going.
Our partners at Mosaic, which is an organization that provides assistance for individuals with intellectual disabilities, hosted their annual luncheon and fundraiser known as Partner’s in Possibilities. Denver Community Credit helped sponsored the event as a way to show our support for Mosaic’s mission and were also in attendance for the luncheon.
The Children’s Museum held their 40th Annual Birthday Bash Celebration which included a live silent auction for many great prizes and giveaways. Denver Community was invited to take part in working with the organization in preparing for and attending the event. The auction acknowledged former Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl, who was also at the event, for his continued support for The Denver Children’s Museum.