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Upcoming Events

Feb
10
Wed
9:30 am Invitation: Pyramid Plus State P...
Invitation: Pyramid Plus State P...
Feb 10 @ 9:30 am – 11:50 am
more details » Pyramid Plus State Policy Team New member meeting When Monthly from 9:30am to 11:50am on the second Wednesday Mountain Time Where Clayton Training Center (map) Calendar [email protected] Who • Ann Bruce – CDHS – organizer • [email protected]Continue reading
Feb
24
Wed
all-day PTR-YC Training
PTR-YC Training
Feb 24 all-day
‘Top of the Pyramid’ Prevent Teacher Reinforce for Young Children (PTR-YC) February 24, 2016 Location: Montrose, CO Time: 8:00a – 5:00p Trainer: Johanna Berry Wasser Location: The Montrose Library Address: 320 S 2nd Street, Montrose, CO 81401 COST: $100 Training … Continue reading
Feb
25
Thu
all-day TPOT Training
TPOT Training
Feb 25 all-day
TPOT™ Reliability Workshop Training February 25-26, 2016 Location: Montrose, CO Trainers: Robin Levy and Johanna Berry Wasser Time: 8:00 a – 5:00 Location: The Montrose Library Address: 320 S 2nd Street Montrose, CO 81401 COST: $200 $100 for all Pyramid … Continue reading
Feb
26
Fri
all-day TPOT Training
TPOT Training
Feb 26 all-day
TPOT™ Reliability Workshop Training February 25-26, 2016 Location: Montrose, CO Trainers: Robin Levy and Johanna Berry Wasser Time: 8:00 a – 5:00 Location: The Montrose Library Address: 320 S 2nd Street Montrose, CO 81401 COST: $200 $100 for all Pyramid … Continue reading
8:30 am IMIL Training
IMIL Training
Feb 26 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
When: Friday, February 26, 2016 8:30 AM-3:30 PM (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada). Where: Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus 2121 Children’s Museum Drive Denver CO 80211 Note: The GMT offset above does not reflect daylight saving time … Continue reading

Welcome to The Civic Canopy

The many working as one for the good of all

The Civic Canopy facilitates public processes using a model that focuses on results, includes relevant stakeholders in thoughtful dialogue, and develops action plans and structures for learning from the results- all within a culture of trust and collaboration

What We Believe

Vision: The Civic Canopy builds stronger neighborhoods, healthy communities and a more just society.

Mission: The Civic Canopy designs innovative tools and facilitates collaborative processes that create the conditions for meaningful change.

We work in 5 key areas

Facilitating and strengthening engagement opportunities to improve the civic health of communities
The Civic Canopy supports organizations, networks and projects to ensure a genuine opportunity for all to advance public interest, strengthen civic engagement, and provide civic leadership to ensure Colorado’s citizens are leading and driving meaningful change.
Connecting networks to improve outcomes for Colorado children
The Civic Canopy facilitates and strengthens networks and partnerships to promote collective action toward shared results in order to ensure all Colorado’s young children are valued, healthy, and thriving.
Connecting ideas, people, and organizations through technology
The Civic Canopy is building The Civic Network, a platform for networks to share information and data to catalyze learning and connection.
Empowering people to make change in their communities
The Civic Canopy supports inclusive, resident-led efforts that lead to lasting, meaningful impact. By leveraging community organizing, authentic dialogue, and systems change approaches, residents are creating healthy, thriving neighborhoods in Near North East Denver.
Connecting networks to improve services through youth adult partnerships in Colorado
The Civic Canopy facilitates and strengthens networks of youth and youth-serving groups to help young people reach their full potential. By developing a common set of outcomes and striving for change through youth and adult partnerships, these networks enable youth to become collaborative leaders.