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  • Carolyn Pooler has been visiting The Gathering Place since 2011 when she first became homeless after a serious injury. She found herself immediately drawn to the Card Project because of her extensive art background and her cards quickly became a customer favorite.

  • Recently I had one of those quintessential moments at The Gathering Place where what we believe, and how we act come together in a way that is both startling and reassuring. It was a time where I realized how very special our particular community is and how fortunate I am to be part.

  • Urban Spectrum Magazine featured the beautiful artwork of OUI on the cover of their July edition, in addition to highlighting a story about Art Restart.

  • About 50 years ago, Colorado passed a law allowing people who had not earned a high school diploma to earn a high school equivalency certificate by passing a GED test. The law that identified the GED as the only high school equivalency test accepted by the state of Colorado was taken off the books.

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    Contact: Deb Radman
    917-841-9228
    Deborah.radman@rad-comm.net

    The Gathering Place Appoints Densmore to Head Art Restart
    TGP’s Social Enterprise Features Original Art and Greeting Cards

    DENVER, June 20 – The Gathering Place (TGP) has named Teresa Densmore as (title) of its social enterprise, Art Restart. Art Restart provides customizable greeting cards with unique art created by members of TGP who are experiencing homelessness and poverty.

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