Denver Life Magazine

Giving women a hand up

e all know that soup is good for the soul—the Denver-based Women’s Bean Project proves that it’s good for more than that. The organization, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, hires chronically unemployed women to help it package soups and other culinary mixes. The goal: to get the women, who also receive training in job-related skills, permanently back into

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