Montbello Alive!

Celebrating the resilience of the Montbello community. In September of every year the Montbello Community comes together to celebrate our diversity, togetherness and ability to work together to accomplish our goals! 

COVID-19 tossed our community into the fire and only underscored issues we’ve been tackling for decades. We’ve lost so many young people due to gun violence, seen increased education inequality, lack of healthy food access, housing insecurity, and so much more. Within all this chaos though, we have seen our community step up in a beautiful way. Neighbors began hosting major food distributions, sourcing and soliciting mental health services, working with young people to host fun, safe events… supporting each other.

This is resilience.


On behalf of Montbello Organizing Committee, we would like to express how incredibly grateful we are for your participation and resilience. After more than a year of isolation we were able to overcome challenges and turn up together. We are Montbello strong!

A special thank you to our sponsors: The Athena Project, CityWide Bank, Councilwoman Gilmore, Councilman Herndon, City of Denver’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, The Confluence Center, Colorado Black Arts Movement, City of Denver’s Office of Children’s Affairs, Kiewit and Gilmore Construction. This event would have not been made possible without your generosity and support. Together we fed our neighbors, connected one another to resources, lifted each other up, and so much more.