International Women's Day: Three Denver Organizations That Support Working Women

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Kenzie Bruce
Martha Uroza, Comal: “Strength to me is being able to work in a team and working hard to learn more each day. I have a lot of inspiration to keep working hard, especially working hard in the kitchen, but my family is my focus.”
In honor of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, March 8, we asked women from three different Denver organizations what the word "strength" means to them. Comal Heritage Food Incubator is a lunch restaurant and training program started by Focus Points Family Resource Center that provides skills in culinary arts and business as a platform for economic development to aspiring women. Comal’s employees originate from Mexico, El Salvador, Syria, Iraq and Ethiopia. Warren Village is a nonprofit organization that helps low-income, single-parent families make the transition from poverty to self-sufficiency. Women’s Bean Project is a social enterprise that believes all women have the power to transform their lives through employment.