The Alliance Center
The Alliance Center

Founding Year: 2004

Staff: 25

Budget: $2m

The Alliance Center

The Alliance Center
(2004; Denver, CO; 25 staff;

A mission-driven nonprofit with an event and coworking space. It is “dedicated to bringing people together to create an inclusive, sustainable future.” It works to “create solutions through the strength of partnerships” by offering a “space for people to do great things.”

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Leadership: Brenna Simmons-St. Onge (Executive Director) and John Powers (Founder)
Budget: $2m (2020)

The Alliance Center contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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