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Meeting Name: Safety, Housing, Education & Homelessness Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/21/2022 10:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City & County Building, Council Chambers, Room 450
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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22-1156 1 PresentationPresentationHealthy Food for Denver's Kids Grants Presentation   Action details Video Video
22-1105 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with Clayton Early Learning, Trustee, George W. Clayton Trust, doing business as Clayton Early Learning, for $1,181,108.17 and through 7-31-2024, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to expand the Clayton Cares Market, as well as support Clayton’s Seed to Stomach curriculum located at 3801 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Council District 9 (ENVHL-202263787).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1106 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Inc. to provide nutrition education, onsite gardening programming, educational field trips, youth and family cooking classes, weekend food boxes, and quarterly meal-based family nights at multiple locations. Amends a grant agreement with Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver, Inc. by adding $458,991.07 for a new total of $765,165.07 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide nutrition education, onsite gardening programming, educational field trips, youth and family cooking classes, weekend food boxes, and quarterly meal-based family nights at multiple locations, citywide (ENVHL- 202159268-00/ ENVHL-202264311).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1106 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Inc. to provide nutrition education, onsite gardening programming, educational field trips, youth and family cooking classes, weekend food boxes, and quarterly meal-based family nights at multiple locations. Amends a grant agreement with Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver, Inc. by adding $458,991.07 for a new total of $765,165.07 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide nutrition education, onsite gardening programming, educational field trips, youth and family cooking classes, weekend food boxes, and quarterly meal-based family nights at multiple locations, citywide (ENVHL- 202159268-00/ ENVHL-202264311).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1107 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with Front Line Farming for $517,057.48 and through 7-31-2024, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide food education, hands-on classes on farming, and food-based nutrition for youth and families at 1650 South Birch Street in Council District 6 (ENVHL-202263811).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1108 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with LifeSpan Local, LLC, for $918,038 and through 7-31-2024, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide food and outreach materials to families through schools, early childhood education providers, and other youth facing organizations, to help feed and connect children and families to existing community food organizations, citywide (ENVHL-202263672).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1109 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with Metro Caring for $623,887 and through 7-31-2024, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide fresh food and nutrition education to youth and families at 1100 East 18th Avenue in Council District 9. (ENVHL-202263673).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1110 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Barton Institute for Community Action to provide healthy, nutritious meals to youth and the community through food boxes and health education. Amends a grant agreement with Barton Institute for community Action, doing business as Commun, by adding $ 343,742 for a new total of $577,887 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide healthy, nutritious meals to youth and the community through food boxes and health education at 3001 South Federal Boulevard in Council District 2 (ENVHL- 202159476-00/ ENVHL-202263891).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1111 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Third Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Denver Food Rescue to provide fresh, healthy food for free and serving children at multiple locations. Amends a grant agreement with Denver Food Rescue by adding $377,410 for a new total of $894,167 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to operate the “No Cost Grocery Program,” which provides fresh, healthy food for free and serving children at multiple locations citywide (ENVHL- 202055214-00/ ENVHL-202264023).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1112 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Denver Food Rescue to provide healthy, nutritious meals to youth through food boxes at multiple locations. Amends a grant agreement with Denver Food Rescue by adding $375,051 for a new contract total of $626,744 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide healthy, nutritious meals to youth through food boxes at multiple locations, citywide (ENVHL- 202159284-00/ ENVHL-202263897).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1113 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Denver Inner City Parish (DICP) by adding $616,359.82 for a new total of $1,028,254.82 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, for the Greens-N-Grains Community Nutrition Food Truck and the Veggie RX Nutrition Education Program to provide education and healthy, nutritious food to youth and the community, citywide (ENVHL- 202160277-00/ ENVHL-202264175).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1114 1 BillApproval ReviewAmends an intergovernmental agreement with School District No. 1, by adding $187,777 for a new total of $717,127 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to continue supporting urban farming operations and food programs with accompanying food justice, health and nutrition curriculum and work-based learning opportunities, and providing fresh produce to students and community at Bruce Randolph School in Council District 9 (ENVHL- 202055488-00/ ENVHL-202263895).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1115 1 BillApproval ReviewAmends an intergovernmental agreement with School District No. 1 by adding $ 356,190.04 for a new total of $ 847,595.04 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to support the West Campus Food Bank to help address food insecurity of students by providing access to fresh, healthy, nutritious food to students and families at West Middle and High School in Council District 3 (ENVHL- 202055349-00/ ENVHL-202264170).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1116 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Denver Urban Gardens by adding $445,453 for a new total of $1,235,225 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to continue food justice coursework and internships, add new at-home gardening programming, virtual programming, and cooking classes at multiple locations, citywide (ENVHL- 202055206-00/ ENVHL-202264022).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1117 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Food for Thought Denver by adding $375,375 for a new total of $792,875 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to operate food pantries to provide weekend meals to students and families experiencing poverty, citywide (ENVHL- 202055208-00/ ENVHL-202264060).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1118 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Metro Caring by adding $296,073.80 for a new total of $664,410.80 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide hands-on education in nutrition, cooking, home economics, kitchen gardening, and other programming at 1100 East 18th Avenue in Council District 9 (ENVHL- 202055217-00/ ENVHL-202264097).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1119 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Mile High Squash, doing business as Mile High 360, by adding $ 381,802.30 for a new total of $982,930.30 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to continue providing monthly food supports, nutrition classes and other programming, primarily for low-income, Latinx students and their families, at multiple locations in Council Districts 1 and 3 (ENVHL- 202055489-00/ ENVHL-202264098).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1120 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Sewall Child Development Center, Inc. by adding $428,203.61 for a new total of $713,593.61 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to expand their Culture of Wellness Program, which provides family educational activities such as food budgeting, meal planning and gardening at 940 Fillmore Street in Council District 10 (ENVHL- 202159244-00/ ENVHL-202264107).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1121 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Stone Soup, Inc. to buy food from farmers, ranchers and distributors, with Denver Public School staff and social workers delivering the food to Denver Public School food pantries. Amends a grant agreement with Stone Soup, Inc., doing business as Stigma, by adding $481,500 for a new total of $901,145 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to buy food from farmers, ranchers and distributors, with Denver Public School staff and social workers delivering the food to pantries at multiple locations in Council Districts 2, 6, 9, and 10 (ENVHL- 202159270-00/ ENVHL-202264167).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1122 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with The Urban Farm by adding $135,191 for a new total of $522,180 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, for apprenticeships, experiential education, including intergenerational family workshops, youth fieldtrips, after-school programming and summer camps on urban gardening and farming at 10200 Smith Road in Council District 8 (ENVHL- 202055282-00/ ENVHL-202264173).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1123 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Montbello Organizing Committee by adding $393,341.30 for a new total of $999,080.30 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to partner with low-income Montbello youth and their families to provide educational programs about food and nutrition, grow healthy food at Montbello Urban Farm, and provide youth with food boxes and meals through the Struggle of Love food pantry at 4879 Crown Boulevard in Council District 8 (ENVHL- 202055272-00/ ENVHL-202264163).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1124 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Re:Vision International, by adding $642,096.00 for a new total of $1,415,074.00 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to continue offering culturally relevant, healthy, locally-sourced food systems and education for youth ages 18 and under, in multiple locations in Council District 3 (ENVHL- 202055209-00/ ENVHL-202264174).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1125 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with The GrowHaus, by adding $498,116 for a new total of $1,417,967 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to increase access to healthy food through no or low-cost food boxes, provide SNAP and WIC outreach and enrollment support, and healthy food focused youth and multigenerational programming, located in multiple locations in Council Districts 6, 8 and 9 (ENVHL- 202055346-00 / ENVHL-202264103).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1126 1 BillApproval ReviewAmends an intergovernmental agreement with the Denver Housing Authority by adding $310,233 for a new total of $648,899 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-23, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide nutrition and healthy cooking classes, healthy snacks for youth, and a youth-led “vegetable Artscape,” located at multiple locations in Council District 3 (ENVHL-202264165-01/ ENVHL-202264165).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1127 1 BillApproval ReviewAmends an intergovernmental agreement with School District No. 1 by adding $1,000,000 for a new total of $2,000,000 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to provide Denver Public Schools with chef education to reimagine K-12 food service with quality ingredients and entrees, across 166 locations serving youth citywide (ENVHL- 202160277-00 / ENVHL-202264243).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1128 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a grant agreement with Vive Wellness, by adding $750,000 for a new total of $1,725,000 and one year for a new end date of 7-31-2023, through funding from the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, to deliver healthy food bags, provide after-school snacks and programming serving families citywide (ENVHL- 202055219-00/ ENVHL-202264172).approved for filingPass Action details Video Video
22-1019 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for $1,429,993 and through 3-31-2024 to provide financial assistance for grant-eligible costs associated with building accessory dwelling units (ADUs) aiming to promote affordable homes and generational wealth building in neighborhoods identified in Council Districts 3, 7, and 9 (HOST-202264286).approved by consentPass Action details Not available
22-1133 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition to continue supporting early childhood educators and providers serving immigrant and refugee communities, communities of color, and children with special needs. Amends a contract with Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition by adding $146,000 for a new total of $833,400 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds and four months for a new end date of 4-30-2023 to continue supporting early childhood educators and providers serving immigrant and refugee communities, communities of color, and children with special needs, citywide (MOEAI-202262292/ MOEAI-202264064).approved by consentPass Action details Not available
22-1134 2 ResolutionApproval ReviewA resolution approving the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and County of Denver and the Denver Police Protective Association for the years 2023 through 2025. Approves the collective bargaining agreement with the Denver Police Protective Association (DPPA) for the years 2023 through 2025 regarding pay and benefits (SAFTY-202264664). The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 9-21-2022.approved by consentPass Action details Not available
22-1135 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewApproves a grant agreement with Caring for Denver Foundation for $1,054,837 and through 7-31-2025 to continue funding three case management positions working to connect individuals who are incarcerated to services and jail-based programs, as well as the addition of two positions for coordination of all Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services in both of Denver’s jails (SHERF-202264486).approved by consentPass Action details Not available
22-1137 1 BillApproval ReviewAmends an intergovernmental agreement with Jefferson County Public Health by adding $198,000 for a new total $962,653.64 and one year for a new end date of 06-30-2023 to continue building collaborative food systems and neighborhood environments to increase equitable access to healthy, affordable foods as part of the Food in Communities (FIC) program, citywide (ENVHL-201842560/ ENVH-202264717).approved by consentPass Action details Not available
22-1138 1 ResolutionApproval ReviewAmends a contract with U.S. Motels Denver North, Inc. by adding $3,900,000 for a new total of $8,446,000 and six months for a new end date of 3-31-2023 to provide short-term shelter through the established voucher program for individuals and families when the City's emergency shelter beds are full, citywide (SOCSV-201738950-12/HOST-202264722-12).approved by consentPass Action details Not available