Community's Help Needed to Ensure Financial Health

After 30 years of helping others start businesses, Mi Casa is taking our own advice!

TalentSourceDeclining government funding coupled with a growing need for services led Mi Casa to search for a way to generate more of its own income in order to ensure long-term financial health.

After a thorough business planning process, we are now launching Mi Casa TalentSource, a full-service Denver staffing agency. A unique aspect of our business will be providing Denver metro employers with access to highly qualified bilingual and diverse talent.

TalentSource will ensure Mi Casa’s ability – today and well into the future – to put people to work and empower them to create a better life for themselves and their families.

We are very excited to take this step toward financial independence, and we need your help to raise $25,000 in 46 days!

TalentSource has already received support from several foundations, but we need an additional $25,000 for start-up funds so we launched a crowd-sourced fundraising campaign!

“The vision for TalentSource is to provide monetary support for the agency so Mi Casa can continue to support our community as well as to work synergistically with its Career programs to further the agency’s work of expanding employment opportunities,” said TalentSource Director Joe Rael.

Aligning with Mi Casa’s mission by connecting unemployed and underemployed workers with promising careers and assisting Mi Casa career training graduates in gaining employment experience and full-time positions, TalentSource plays a natural role in the constellation of integrated services the agency offers.

“Just as Mi Casa offers a hand up to thousands of hardworking people who come through our doors each year, we need the community’s support to make our goal of financial independence a reality,” said Mi Casa CEO Christine Marquez-Hudson.

Donations are tax-deductible. To visit the campaign, click here.

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