Immigrant Pathways Colorado was founded in 2009 to support self-development activities and the integration of immigrants and refugees into the Denver Metro area. Immigrant Pathways Colorado is a community-supported 501(c)3 organization.
Our Vision: To create a community in which immigrants feel they are welcome, belong and can contribute.
Our Mission: To assist immigrants to make Colorado their home and to build mutually respectful relationships within the community.
Our Values: We honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. We pledge ourselves to create and maintain an organization that respects diverse traditions, heritages and experiences. We encourage immigrants of all ages to integrate fully into the social fabric of the community.
Your help is needed to provide a warm welcome to the Metro area’s newest neighbors. Donate today!
Immigrant Pathways Colorado partners with a number of metro-wide organizations, including the Littleton Immigrant Resource Center (LIRC) at Bemis Public Library in Littleton. There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Center as a citizenship or English-language mentor, in the office, and on special projects. Call 303-795-3968 or click here to volunteer with the LIRC!
“Becoming a citizen of the United States is very important to me because it gives me a better tomorrow and an opportunity to get to the next level in my life as a mother and first and foremost a woman. It will help me be successful.” ~Estela from Mexico
Thank you to our sponsors
Helen K. Amter, In Memorium