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Project VOYCE


Project VOYCE’s mission is to partner with youth to cultivate transformational leadership that addresses the root causes of inequity in underrepresented communities by training, employing, organizing, and building equitable youth-adult partnerships.

Year Founded |


Preferred Method of Contact |


Contact Person |

Alma Urbano

Phone |

(303) 292-2488

Executive Director |

Vanessa Roberts

Executive Phone |

Executive Phone

Executive Email |

Project VOYCE

Mailing Address |

3455 Ringsby Ct #96, Denver, CO 80216

Physical Address |

Counties Served |


US Senate District |

State Senate District |


State House District |



US Congressional District |

Services Offered |

Education, Employment &/or employment training, Leadership training, Public policy, legislative, &/or social justice advocacy, Civic engagement, voter registration, &/or voter turn-out, Community organizing &/or empowerment

Annual Events |

August 5th 2020- Annual Fundraiser and Youth-Led Workshop Presentations

More About Organization |

One of our programs is the VOYCE Summer Leadership and organizing training program for youth (ages 14-24) to explore own skill set and research a topic of their interest, we provide all our youth a path to stay engaged beyond this program, with us or partner organizations, through paid and unpaid opportunities around social justice. Our summer program is specifically co-facilitated and co-led by Project VOYCE youth facilitators and adult staff.

In all of our programming and organizing efforts, we create spaces with youth that promote critical thought learning and explorations of power, and social justice. We provide the language, knowledge and tools to ensure that the emerging majority are not afraid to confront, to listen, to see the world unveiled and reimagine new possibilities for the future. We have confidence our youth’s ability to think, to want, and to know and we help them build confidence and trust in themselves.

Latino Organization |

Organization is affiliated with UNIDOS US in Washington, DC. |

Are more than half the people served by your organization Latino or Hispanic |

Staff or Lead the organization are at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |

Board of Directors is at least 25% Latino or Hispanic |

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