KeyBank provides a $250,000 grant to Warren Village

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KeyBank recently provided a $250,000 grant to Warren Village.

Warren Village is a nonprofit residential community that serves homeless or housing insecure single-parent households. It has a location in the Cheesman Park neighborhood, another in northwest Denver and is expanding to southwest Denver.

The grant is expected to benefit a minimum of 300 individuals annually, states a news release. It will “provide coaching for a minimum of 150 Warren Village alumni, a 10% increase in the number of participants who earn a college degree, and a 10% increase in the average annual salary for existing participants working full time,” states the news release.

“This generous investment from KeyBank will enhance our adult self-sufficiency program and extend our reach with much-needed services for single-parents in our community,” said Warren Village’s CEO Ethan Hemming in a news release. “Ultimately, the financial support will strengthen our impact in the Denver community.”

To learn more about KeyBank, visit key.com. To learn more about Warren Village, visit warrenvillage.org.

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Key Bank, Warren Village, Denver

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