Imagine what our world would be like, if we put our energy and effort into talking about what we LOVE,
instead of what we HATE...

What do you love; really, really LOVE about your community?

Is it the park in your neighborhood that is equally accessible for seniors, children and those with physical challenges? Or perhaps it’s the library’s insightful, multi-cultural programming that contributes to a stronger, more vibrant region? Or maybe it’s the volunteers in your area that are always there to help when there is a need?

At the Table Colorado wants to hear about what you LOVE about your community. Email us to let us know:

So the question is: will you put your energy into talking about what you LOVE or what you HATE?
At the Table Colorado’s first conversation of 2019, at Dahlia Campus for Health and Well Being, January 16th. Hosted by Jeannie Ritter with the Mental Health Center of Denver and Raymael Blackwell with Community First Foundation . Attendees were members of Community First Foundation’s Innovators Society (left to right): Tyrone Beverly, I'm Unique; Danielle Varda, Visible Network Labs; Catherine McCarty, Clayton Early Learning Center; Brandon Appelhans, My Quiet Cave; Jeannie Ritter; Diana Maier and Raymael Blackwell.
At the Table Colorado
Lunch and Learn
Training Webinar
February 26th
12 pm
  Join us for an update on At the Table Colorado 2018, an overview of the 2019 program and an opportunity to share your insights and suggestions for creating a stronger, more vibrant community with at the Table. WHY? Because …
In partnership with the  Colorado State Library   .

Explore the Benefits of
At the Table Colorado

At the Table Colorado is about strengthening community connections and inspiring possibilities through grassroots conversation. Sponsorship offers a tremendous opportunity to reach a broad-based audience of community thought leaders and doers throughout the state, who are actively seeking information and resources to create positive change in their regions. This initiative is a multi-generational movement with tremendous support from public libraries, nonprofit/philanthropic organizations, religious communities, schools, universities, civic and community groups that will reflect positively on its sponsors across the state.

For more information on ATTC sponsorship opportunities, please contact Patricia Carmody at
At the Table Colorado
is community collaboration
at its best...a very special
THANK YOU to our Partners!
Share your ideas, listen to others and watch what happens,,,when people come together the energy leads to action, that's what At the Table Colorado is all about. Where will your Table lead you?


Patricia Carmody
Executive Director
At the Table Colorado