Thrive is continuing to help men and women who need to find and keep a job. Our staff, volunteers, and employer partners are here to support you.  If you need help during this time attend Virtual Office Hours (click for details).

Welcome to Thrive

Experience the HOPE and TRANSFORMATIVE power of work.

Get Involved 


If you are unemployed or underemployed and want to move to self-sufficiency and stability, our workshop is for you.


Thrive invites employers that regularly hire entry to mid-level employees to develop a collaborative partnership. 


We seek dedicated volunteers who are able to offer grace and speak truth as members walk through the process of finding and keeping a job.


Your financial partnership and contributions are needed as we help people find hope and help to overcome obstacles and move to self-sufficiency through employment.

Attend our Job Seeker Next Workshop

If you are experiencing unemployed due to COVID – 19, underemployed, single parent, receiving an unemployment or other government benefits this workshop is for you. Our desire is to continue to provide excellent content and keeping our participants safe therefore we are hosting the rest of the 2020 Thrive Job-Seeker Workshops online.  

  • The workshop is FREE.
  • Participants must have access to a computer, and a good, reliable, internet connection to participate.
  • An application is required in order to be invited to attend.

2020 Thrive Workshop Dates

July 13th, 15th, 20th, and 22nd, 2020

Aug 24th – 27th, 2020

Sept 28th – Oct 1st, 2020

Nov 2th – 5th, 2020

The Need 

Those underemployed or unemployed feel a sense of hopelessness,
discouragement, and brokenness.


Over 10% of Boulder County residents live below the poverty line, higher than Colorado’s statewide average.  62% of single mothers and 43% of single fathers lack adequate income to meet their families’ basic needs; these numbers are even higher for single parents of color. Men with criminal histories can expect to earn less pay and lack employment opportunities than those without.  People with disabilities are twice as likely to live in poverty.  

Put another way, people living within the margins of poverty, struggling with barriers to find and keep a job lack hope, dignity, and the opportunity to become self-sufficient. 

Our Progress


Thrive helps participants build confidence and develop the skills they need to gain employment, establish a work history, stay in a job, increase their income, and advance to economic self-sufficiency.

Total Thrive Members


Currently Employed


Employed for Over One Year

Watch Thrive Members Share Their Experience



2019 Impact 

Join a growing community of supporters who believe in the empowering and life changing employment resources and tools that Thrive provides. With your help, we can assist more people, like Torie and Ociel, find employment,
self-sufficiency and stability. 

Stories, Resources, Tips, and More

Intentional Employment- A Story to Celebrate!

Intentional Employment- A Story to Celebrate!

Rick Block, the owner of S&R Environmental Consulting Inc. (S&R), believes in the work of Thrive. S&R provides multi-dimensional, full-service environmental consulting to Denver and Colorado business and residential clients. Rick and S&R chose to partner with Thrive because he sincerely believes in the mission and desires to use...

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Community Resources

Community Resources

While we have your job support and needs covered, we invite Thrive members, coaches, and anyone else to use this list for additional support. Flatirons COVID Relief Flatirons Community Church has a relief fund for individuals and families who are struggling during this time, they are offering financial relief and help with tasks. If you seek this...

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The Rules Have Changed

The Rules Have Changed

Mark Deuschle, President of Navajo Incorporated, shared that the last six weeks in business has been a crazy roller coaster. “The things I have learned in my career over the years to manage people and business are completely different now. Every day has been a learning curve and the rules have changed.”    Navajo...

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