Food Access

Increased access to affordable, healthy food in low-income neighborhoods across Denver.

The Food Access Project was designed to find new and innovative solutions to tackling food insecurity challenges. The program provided curriculum, connections, and mentorship to help 10 selected ventures—both for-profit and nonprofit—improve access to healthy food across low-income communities in Denver.
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1 in 6 Denver households live in low-income areas with no access to fresh food. This program is charting the course from food deserts to food access. In partnership with the City and County of Denver, Office of Economic Development, Uncharted Food Access aims to increase access to affordable, healthy food in low-income neighborhoods across Denver, Colorado by providing entrepreneurs the resources, connections, and training they need to scale their impact.


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What participants receive

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A 5-day, in-person bootcamp with world-class curriculum used around the world.


1-on-1 meetings with world-class mentors, and six months of support from 2-3 committed mentors thereafter.

Financial Training

Financial modeling training from Financial Architects to get investment ready.

Investor Introductions

Key introductions to relevant investors who can help your venture scale.


Meet a sampling of world-class mentors supporting this initiative

They are dedicated to personalized mentorship, guidance, and pro bono work to help tackle your organization’s trickiest challenges.

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