In February 2020, DSF held our 5th Annual DSF Leadership Conference, the theme of which was Thriving Through Transitions. That day, we shared our commitment to embrace changes and challenges, with support from each other, as a DSF community. We didn’t know then what unprecedented challenges would come a month later with COVID-19. While nothing could have prepared us for the new reality we operate in today, we are more steadfast than ever in our commitment to our Scholars’ success on their journeys to and through college as we tackle this transition together as a DSF community.

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How You Can Help

Your support is critical to ensure Denver’s students can forge ahead towards brighter futures. 

Our continued commitment to our students and DSF Scholars is unwavering. Please consider not the minimum, but the maximum that you can give to support DSF students and Scholars at this historic time. Visit to give now.

During this virtual visit you will have the opportunity to learn about the work of DSF, while meeting students who are being served by the Future Center services and programs. The DSF 101 will include students from East High School, DSF College Advisor Vinny Caricato, other DSF staff, and community members like you!

Join us on Thursday, April 9, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Click here to RSVP.

In a time when connectedness is so critical, stay in touch with DSF by engaging with us on our social media channels.

Do you have access to resources that would benefit DSF Scholars, such as mental health support, financial literacy and planning services, or food security? Connect them with DSF at Together, we can amplify our impact to support DSF Scholars.