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Impact100 Metro Denver Announces its 2nd $100,000 Grantee

Work Options for Women Will Create New Opportunities for Women Exiting the Criminal Justice System
Impact100 Metro Denver members gathered on Wednesday, June 14th to award a $100,000 grant that will create a significant and lasting impact within the metro Denver community.

KGNU Dot Org: Work Options for Women

Development Director, Bailey Denmark, talks with host Sean Hedden about their programs and special events in 2017 celebrating their 20th year. January 5th, 2017

Exploring Options in Denver Magazine

Denver Magazine wrote about Chef Craig Curtis and the work being done at Cafe Options in December 2009.

Urban Land Conservancy Spotlight

Cafe United spotlight by the Urban Land Conservancy on October 12, 2016.

Chefs Share Recipe for Charity

The Denver Post featured recipes from some of our partner Chefs in this April 2008 article

Chef Cook-Off 2008

The Chef Cook-Off was featured in this April 2008 Denver Post Article

Denver Magazine's Top 100 Things to Eat

The soup at Cafe Options was named one of the top 100 things to eat in the city by Denver Magazine in October 2010.

Colorado Avid Golfer

Cafe Options was reviewed, and WOW lauded, in this June 2009 article from Colorado Avid Golfer Magazine.


Women Cook! 2008 in the Denver Post

The Denver Post featured our annual event in a May 2008 article

Recipe for Success

The Denver Post wrote about the program and its effects on local women in a February 2009 article



Cooking Light Article

This 2006 Cooking Light Magazine article highlights the program, as well as some of our favorite recipes.

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Last week we had a cookie decorating event at Ratio Beerworks and it was a hit! We had some super artistic kiddos (and adults... thanks, Sydney Skilken) decorate cookies with their families, but we still had some cookies left over and didn't want them to go to waste. One AMAZING kindergarten teacher, Ms. Robin MacKinnon, offered to take the leftover cookies to share with her class of awesome little ones. Please enjoy the smiling faces and incredible cookies made by the youngest supporters of Work Options for Women! ...

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