Community Computer Connection
Denver Post Community Foundation
Colorado Contractors Association

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Community Computer Connection

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Community Computer Connection, an official Microsoft Registered Refurbisher has been providing access to technology to the underserved communities of Colorado since 2001. Over the past six years Community Computer Connection has refurbished and distributed over 25,000 computers to more than 220 schools and 900 nonprofit organizations. We impact thousands of households across Colorado, as over 30% of the computer systems that are awarded through our program go to youth and families.

Community Computer Connection receives donations from corporations, organizations, and individuals of used computer equipment that our team fully refurbishes and distributes to qualifying charities and schools for a small administrative fee. Our refurbished computers are complete with licensed Windows operating systems donated by Microsoft and additional application software. These computers are used to establish or upgrade community technology centers, support administrative operations, and for “Learn and Earn” programs through which students earn computers by completing technical training.

Education and training is a vital part of our program operations. We have established partnerships with three local colleges in the Front Range area which incorporate work study students to assist us in the refurbishment process. Students who participate with our program are able to earn money to towards their school expenses as well as gain hands on work experience that contributes to their professional skills. College work study students spend anywhere from 8 to 20 hours per week at the warehouse, and refurbish an average of 80 computers each week


Denver Post Community Foundation

The mission of Denver Post Community is to improve and enrich the quality of life in our community through support of programs that benefit children and youth; arts and culture; education and literacy; and the provision of basic human services.

Denver Post Community accomplishes this mission through the implementation of various community giving programs detailed throughout this site, including:
  • Season To Share, a campaign of Denver Post Charities, a McCormick Foundation Fund
  • Denver Post Community Foundation
  • Sponsorships
  • Signature Events
  • ACTS (Assisting the Community Through Service) Employee Volunteer Program
We are proud to serve hundreds of metro-Denver nonprofit organizations, programs and events. Last year, we contributed over $6,000,000 in value – through grants, corporate contributions, volunteer efforts and in-kind advertising – to support the efforts of hundreds of outstanding charitable agencies and events in our community.

We are grateful to our partners for the amazing work they do in our community. Together we can make a difference.


Colorado Contractors Association

Help us take Colorado infrastructure to the next level. We are Colorado's premier professional association for Colorado infrastructure contractors. Established in 1933, our members keep Colorado infrastructure moving by building, maintaining and repairing the highways, water, wastewater, utilities and other infrastructure public works projects that make Colorado such a wonderful place to live, work and play. In addition to being the leading legislative voice for the industry, we advocate, educate, connect and empower our members stay ahead of a changing world while securing the resources and opportunities needed to make Colorado infrastructure matter to all Coloradans.


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