What is At the Table Colorado?
Never doubt that a group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. –Margaret Mead
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those affected
by the tragic Marshall and Middle Fork Fires.
A heartfelt “THANK YOU”, to all first responders and volunteers
that performed miracles that day and continue to do so during the recovery.
To support those affected by the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires please visit these official websites:
- For the most current information on supporting the recovery efforts (donations/volunteering) please visit the Colorado Responds – Wildfires page
- To make a monetary donation to the recovery efforts, please visit the Boulder Community Foundation Wildfire Fund page
The need for support will be ongoing, for months to come and constantly changing, so please check these websites often for new information on how you can assist in the recovery.
- Animals: Animal Resources – COLORADO RESPONDS
- Music: How to help Colorado’s music community affected by the Marshall Fire | Colorado Public Radio (cpr.org)
- Mental Health: Mental Health After a Wildfire – Boulder County
- Boulder County Office of Emergency Management
Common Threads Knitting/Crocheting Conversations
ALL are Welcome!!!
Topic: What do you think is the most important issue today?
Details will be posted soon so please check back.
If you have a suggested date, time or location for a
Common Threads Conversation,
please email us at:
A Season of Gratitude
Be the Change you wish to see in the world by living each day with an attitude of gratitude. Join At the Table Colorado as we explore ways to Practice Gratitude during these challenging times. We will explore what we are grateful for and ways to Practice Gratitude towards ourselves and others.
Check our daily Practice Gratitude postings on our social media and please share yours.
What is At the Table Colorado?
At the Table Colorado (ATTC) is a grassroots movement that brings people from all walks of life together, for a series of free, community-wide events, to create more sustainable, stronger and vibrant neighborhoods, while educating people on civic and social issues.
The Table concept has become a national movement, inspiring grassroots conversations across the country in cities such as: Columbus OH, The Big Table; Tallahassee FL, The Longest Table and Lexington KY, On the Table. At the Table Colorado is the first statewide Table conversation and a partner in the National On the Table Learning Network founded by the Chicago Community Trust.
How it works:
Volunteers in each neighborhood/community/region, host conversations/events to share insights, ideas and plans to create positive, permanent change in Colorado.
Everyone and anyone — neighborhood associations, senior citizens, libraries, businesses, students, civic groups, schools, houses of worship, refugees, young professionals, the homeless population and nonprofits; everyone is welcome…literally, everyone!
At the Table Colorado is currently updating our community plans and activities in light of the ongoing challenges we face due to COVID-19. In collaboration with our Table partners we are developing opportunities to connect and strengthen our communities. Check our website regularly for updates.