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Brothers Aging in Place senior services program for Spanish speakers receives additional funding

Brothers Redevelopment is pleased to announce that our Aging in Place senior services program for Spanish speakers has received another year of funding from NextFifty Initiative — a Colorado-based foundation that supports efforts to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers. The grant lends to Brothers’ ability to help Spanish-speaking seniors by connectingLeer Más

Disabled woman gets house painted and secures long-term Medicaid and homecare through Brothers

Elizabeth Reed’s life has been complicated due to her battle with multiple sclerosis — a disease that causes symptoms like vision loss, pain, fatigue and impaired coordination. The 65-year-old Aurora resident works hard to maintain her home, but the physical demands are often too much for her. Her house’s exterior paint was chipping and peelingLeer Más

Home Modification and Repair Program saves Thornton woman’s roof

Prior to moving to Colorado from California, Josephine was asked to be a foster parent to a pair of sisters before she took legal guardianship over them as a single parent. The sisters currently live with Josephine along with her granddaughter at her Thornton home. She says her resources are very limited and because ofLeer Más

Brothers Redevelopment founder reflects on organization’s impact

In the early 1970’s, housing challenges around the Denver metro area were similar to housing challenges seen in communities today — according to Brothers Redevelopment Founder Richard Magnus. People needed help finding and keeping their housing — particularly along the westside of Denver where Brothers started its work. And some couldn’t afford to update theirLeer Más

Commerce City volunteers for Paint-A-Thon Program

There’s something special about volunteering for a cause in your own neighborhood that’s larger than yourself. It gives you a sense of accomplishment, joy, and pride in that you’re working to make your community a better place. That’s how Commerce City employees felt when they volunteered for Brothers Redevelopment’s Paint-A-Thon Program — a service thatLeer Más

Award winning U.S. Army Veteran receives updated housing services from Brothers Redevelopment

Arthur Saiz’s decorated career in the United States Army included time providing communications support and training during the Korean War, Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm until he retired in 1993 after 36 years of service. Saiz was stationed at Fort Douglas in Salt Lake City, Utah and at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in hisLeer Más

Schierling family volunteers for Paint-A-Thon in honor of Brothers Redevelopment founder

Throughout his life, Brothers Redevelopment Founder Don Schierling spent many summers driving around the metro area ensuring that Paint-A-Thon projects were going smoothly. So, it was only right that a day ahead of his memorial service — an event that was delayed five months after his death because of the pandemic — that his familyLeer Más

Inquiries flood into Colorado Housing Connects as eviction moratorium ends

The phonelines are ringing at Colorado Housing Connects (1-844-926-6632) in light of the end of the federal eviction moratorium. Since the Supreme Court rejected the Biden administration’s moratorium on evictions last Thursday, Colorado Housing Connects has seen a 55% increase in inquiries. On Monday, the housing helpline received 241 inquiries alone. That number marks theLeer Más

“It kept me from being in the street.”

Life quickly changed for Parker resident Jessica Hopf in fall of 2020 when her 21-year-old son died unexpectedly. While she was mourning the loss of her only child, tragedy struck Hopf again when she lost her job in the middle of an economic crisis that the coronavirus pandemic caused. Facing eviction, Hopf researched resources thatLeer Más

Paint-A-Thon client brought to tears after seeing freshly painted home

Barbara Rodriguez knew she couldn’t afford to pay for her Denver house to be updated with a new paint job. The 93-year-old’s income comes from Social Security. She also suffers from severe osteoporosis — a disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle — and has spinal problems that makes it difficult for herLeer Más

HMR receives additional funding from Westminster

Westminster City Council has approved a 2021 annual action plan for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that will support Brothers Redevelopment’s Home Modification and Repair Program (HMR) in the city. The plan — which will provide the city’s Emergency and Essential Home Repair Program with an additional $40,000 in funds — was approved atLeer Más

Struggling with rent? Here is what you need to know

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on June 24 that it is extending its federal eviction moratorium until July 31. The extension further prevents the eviction of tenants who are unable to make rental payments. The Associated Press reported that the CDC will not extend the moratorium again after July 31. DataLeer Más

Schierling family donates wheelchair lift to Brothers

Around seven years ago, the Schierling family woke up to a shocking and horrifying situation when Elvira Schierling — the wife of Brothers Redevelopment founder Don Schierling — suddenly forgot how to walk. “She had dementia. She literally woke up one morning and was doing this side shuffle,” said Sonja Schierling, Don and Elvira’s daughter.Leer Más

Paint-A-Thon leaves its mark in Lakewood

Life hasn’t necessarily been easy for 72-year-old Linda Marquez the past four years. The Lakewood resident lost her son Marcus in 2017 after he passed away due to a long battle with a brain tumor — leaving behind his now three-year-old son Atticus. Atticus’s mother wanted him to stay with Marquez because of complicated issues,Leer Más

Former doctor hangs up scrubs for role with Brothers

Brothers Redevelopment’s Carlo Nicastro fell in love with the medical field when he was working as a paramedic for the Sierra Madre Fire Department in California from 2010 to 2015. With dreams of being a doctor on his mind, Nicastro moved back to Mexico — the place where he was born — to go studyLeer Más

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