2022 SMALL BUSINESS AWARDS FINALIST: CSG

Each year Denver Business Journal celebrates Denver-area small businesses. These companies make up 99.5% of all Colorado businesses and employ nearly half of the state’s workers.

CSG leadership team reviews and discusses project work

MORE THAN A JOB: STABILITY AND DIGNITY WITH CSG

Tammy Vaughn’s mornings begin at the intersection of Colfax Ave. and Broadway St. Each workday, she sweeps the sidewalk, empties the garbage cans, and does her part to keep the Capitol Hill neighborhood clean and tidy. Her purple uniform is easy to spot, even amongst the hustle and bustle.

Denver Voice March cover story

Photo credit: Evan Semon

BRIDGE HOUSE'S
READY TO WORK PROGRAM

Learn how Bridge House transforms lives.

 

CSG Finance Director Linda Lengyel shares insight to what makes Ready To Work such a successful program.

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Denverite: Cleaning the 16th Street Mall, CSG's James Kinney has seen it all: zombies, a sword-carrying martial artist

“Like a basketball player, a football player, I know my job, and once I get this suit on I’m doing my job.”

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Photo credit: Kevin Beaty, Denverite

FINDS HOPE AND A HOME AT A SAFE-CAMPING SITE

Mark Montes is feeling good about himself right now. Known as "Shorty" among his friends, the 50-year-old has been working a steady part-time job at CSG for over a month, cleaning the 16th Street Mall for the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District.

Mark Montes in a Safe Outdoor Spaces Camping tent

Photo credit: Evan Semon for Westword

CBS4 DENVER: Cathedral Basilica Of The Immaculate Conception In Denver Vandalized, CSG Cleans

Cleaning crews spent part of their Sunday washing graffiti off of the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. The basilica sits on Colfax Avenue at Logan Street in downtown Denver.

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