Halloween was the theme for the Adoptive and Foster Family ATTC conversation on S ocial, Emotional and Academic Services/Resources, in Castle Rock. Photo by Patricia Carmody
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not."
Dr. Seuss


We live in exciting, although challenging times, which can leave people feeling isolated and confused. At the Table Colorado connects people with diverse ideas and opinions, through thought provoking conversation, to create positive, permanent change, for a stronger community. It is a grassroots movement where every voice matters…where YOUR VOICE MATTERS!
Table discussions can take place everywhere and anywhere, such as public conversations, in coffee shops or private discussions among co-workers, family or friends, in offices and homes. A few of our upcoming Table conversations include:

  • Foster Care Colorado, a statewide ATTC conversation, sponsored by Mile High United Way’s Bridging the Gap program for human service organizations, nonprofits and families in the foster care system. It offers opportunity for those on the front lines of this issue, to share and build on their successes and find support for their greatest challenges. 

  • Our What’s on Your Mind series of community conversations continue to examine the top topics from the 2018 ATTC Annual Report with What is Housing Justice? Join us on Monday, November 18th, at the Whittier Café, in Denver; details below. ALL are welcome to share in this discussion of one of the greatest challenges we face as a society.

  • Practice Gratitude is an open community conversation about the benefits of living with an attitude of gratitude during these often-hectic times. We will share simple ideas on paying it forward and random acts of kindness as we discuss how we can have the greatest impact during the upcoming holiday season. Join us November 19th, at the Miller Public Library, in Castle Rock; see details below. Everyone is invited!

  So the question is: will your voice be heard?

What’s on Your Mind?
Please join us to to share your thoughts and experiences on
Housing Justice

What is Housing Justice?
A community conversation where ALL are welcome!
1710 E 25th Ave, Denver
Denver, CO 80205
November 18th, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Conversation starts at 6:15
How Do You Practice Gratitude in a World that is in a Constant State of Outrage?
There is an abundance of research on the benefits of living with an attitude of gratitude , but how do you do that during these hectic and often challenging times? Join us to share tips on living with a grateful heart:
♥ Suggestions for cultivating gratefulness 
♥ Ideas for random acts of kindness
♥ Paying it forward
(Space is limited, so please let us know you are coming; register here )
Give gratitude a try! You’ll be happier you did.
  November 19th, 6-8PM
Miller Public Library
100 S Wilcox St
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
In a world where you can be anything...be kind...to everyone.

Patricia Carmody
Executive Director
At the Table Colorado