The NonProfit Times Best Nonprofits To Work For

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The Denver Center for Crime Victims (DCCV) is pleased to announce it has been chosen by The NonProfit Times (NPT) as a 2015 NPT Best Nonprofit to Work. DCCV ranked in the top five nonprofits  in the United States. Since 1987, DCCV has been a beacon of hope and safety net for more than 6,000 … [Read more...]

DCCV is a charity partner of the Colfax Marathon

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DCCV will be taking part in the 10th Annual Colfax Marathon on Sunday, May 17! This is a DCCV staff led effort to promote our newly changed mission statement to incorporate health promotion.   We'll do the work but we are looking for individuals or businesses to sponsor us.  All sponsorship dollars … [Read more...]

DCCV’s Fatima Garcia featured in 9News story

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The U.S., Colorado and Mexican governments want to encourage Mexicans here illegally to report crimes. They call it a milestone: a memorandum of understanding between the U.S., Colorado and Mexico. The main target? Crimes committed against Mexicans who are in the U.S, both legally and illegally.  … [Read more...]

Living with Soul Featuring Phat Daddy at Jazz@Jack’s

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Join us for a wonderful evening of live music at  Jazz@Jack's with Phat Daddy and a silent auction in support of DCCV. WHEN:        Friday, October 10, 2014 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.    WHERE:      Jazz@Jack's - 15th and Glenarm in the Denver Pavilions COST:         $45 per person or purchase … [Read more...]

Yoga immersion/teacher training for people of color

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DCCV is  excited to announce a yoga immersion/teacher training for People of Color in the fall taught by Lakshmi  Nair. Please see Lakshmi's message and flyer below. As we all know, the yoga scene in the West lacks diversity, which is painful to me to witness as a person of Indian descent. I … [Read more...]