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Colorado Gives Day
Dec. 5, 2023

Happy Holidays! Today is a special day in Colorado for nonprofit organizations. Wonderful people, like yourself, are able to donate to organizations helping us raise not only funds to fulfill our mission or help during crisis, but also raise aware of our causes.

Unfortunately, I am reaching out to you for your financial support during this critical time. Historic Grant Avenue is currently facing a significant crisis due to unforeseen damages caused by our boiler flooding, pipes bursting, and leaking radiators causing water damages to our historic building. The resulting water damage has put a severe strain on our resources, our tenants, and those who benefit from our safe and affordable event spaces. Your generous financial contributions at this time are absolutely vital in helping us to repair the damages and ensure that we can continue to keep our doors open to those who rely on our services.  We are in desperate need of donations to overcome this challenge.
As a proud participant in Colorado Gives Day, which is taking place today, on Tuesday, December 5th, we are reaching out to our community for immediate donations to aid in our recovery efforts.

Welcome to

Historic Grant  Avenue

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We are Grant Avenue Community Center & Sacred Place Inc., in Denver, Colorado. We are a small local 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides safe and affordable event spaces for other nonprofits, small businesses and start-ups that focus on, but are not limited to, the arts, cultural, continuing education, and spiritual enrichment for all of Denver's diverse, unique communities and groups. We want them to be able to host any type of events from board meetings, fundraisers, seminars and all events in between, so they can focus on fulfilling their mission and goals while being able to afford event spaces.  

Constructed in 1908, the 30,000 square-foot Grant Avenue served as a place of worship for the Grant Avenue United Methodist Church. In 2000, the congregation donated the building to the community transforming this historic landmark into a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. 


Today, Grant Avenue Community Center & Sacred Place, Inc., is designated as a Colorado Historic Landmark, part of the established Grant Street Historic District. We are home to many local non-profit organizations and other community groups. We provide safe and affordable event spaces for all of Denver's unique and diverse communities. 

The beautiful Sanctuary portion of the building contains one of Colorado’s finest functioning historic pipe organs and has hosted numerous magnificent weddings. Today, the Sanctuary is used primarily for orchestra and theater performances, seminars, and other special events for many of the groups that rehearse and play here.

“Giving is not just about making a donation.  It's about making a difference” 

-Kathy Calvin

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