Information Unemployment Insurance and other places for assistance – PLUS Ways you can Help

Here is a link to the State of Colorado’s website regarding Resources for Workers. It includes Paid Sick Leave, Unemployment Insurance Benefits and more.

Tip — their website has been overwhelmed by people applying for unemployment. They suggest while you are on the site to save your work frequently, so that you don’t have to start over.

ALSO – Good News!
Bonfils-Stanton releases $125,000 to help arts groups during coronavirus outbreak – CLICK HERE to read the story.
Denver’s Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program offers help to Denver residents facing a housing crisis or hardship to help prevent eviction or displacement. You can get help paying your utilities or up to 80 percent of your rent. For help, dial 3-1-1 and press 6.


At the SCFD, which funds art, culture and science in our seven-county metro area through a small sales tax, we are encouraging our funded organizations to put public health first and are ensuring that general operating support for the nearly 300 groups we fund continues. Voters created this resource 30 years ago and have approved continuing it three additional times. We will keep the faith with them. When the threat of this virus has passed, we’ll need our arts and cultural organizations strong and ready to provide us with the wonder that feeds our souls. If you can help make that happen, we urge you to join us in doing it.

Here are some ways you can help: