The greatness of a  community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. 
Coretta Scott King


COVID-19 has certainly changed our world and it is often challenging to see how we move forward from where we are now. At least it is for me at times.

First, keep in mind that social distancing is NOT the same as social isolation; we need to keep our distance to control the spread of the virus, but we do not have to be alone in the fight to do so. The need to come together has never been greater than it is now.

With that in mind, At the Table Colorado continues to move forward connecting communities, strengthening neighborhoods and creating positive permanent change, as we have in the past, but with social distancing in mind:
  • Our 2020 Hot Topics remain the same: child welfare, affordable housing/the working unhoused and reducing the stigma around mental health. They are online conversations, on how we can have an impact in these spaces now.
  • The ATTC Conversation Toolkit has been replaced by the ATTC Quarantine Toolkit with community projects, keeping social distancing in mind, such as our Face Mask Sewing Project. The page is currently under development so check it often for updates.

  • Volunteering has been proven to be a wonderful way to stay healthy mentally and physically. So consider safe, essential volunteer projects, such as donating blood or mother’s milk. You'll find details in the ATTC Quarantine Toolkit. Please check it out and if you can, donate; if not, please share with others. Again, we will keep adding new, safe volunteer opportunities so check back regularly.

Staying safe and active while living with an attitude of gratitude can help, but there will be times when we just want to scream out loud. That, my friends, is why we have the Colorado Howl, at 8 PM, each night; put it to good use. I know I do.

So the question is: what will you be doing at 8 PM?
Volunteers Needed
Common Threads 
Face Mask Project
At the Table Colorado is making and donating face masks for community volunteers (delivering meals, working in food banks, etc.) home healthcare workers and other essential front line workers.
If you have a sewing machine and know how to use it, please consider joining us in making face masks.
For more information or to volunteer to make face masks, please email:
Don't sew,
but want to support the
Common Threads
Face Mask Project?
Make a safe and secure, tax-deductible donation now, through Paypal.
Jon & Patti Lyman
Be kind, especially now, to yourself, your family, friends, neighbors and to all you meet, be kind.

Patricia Carmody
Executive Director
At the Table Colorado