Stone Soup 2021: Gathering Community, Nourishing Children
Honoring our Essential Workers: Early Childhood Teachers and Caregivers
Starting February 23, explore the Stone Soup story with special guest readers sharing versions of our favorite fable from around the world (available on-demand)
On March 2, join us for our 2021 Stone Soup virtual event
11:45 am: Join us for a Pre-Event Networking with President Emeritus, Anna Jo Haynes, and President, Pamela Harris
12:15 – 1:00 pm: Experience an inside look at Mile High Early Learning programs
More details will be provided in early 2021.
BECOME A SPONSOR! Download our 2021 Stone Soup Sponsorship Opportunities
Event Sponsorship (click on the sponsorship level below to access payment links)
Commis Chef Sponsor ($1,500)
Chef de Partie Sponsor ($2,500)
Program recognition & more
Sous Chef Sponsor ($5,000)
Program recognition, ad, & more
Executive Chef Sponsor ($7,500)
VIP event recognition & more
Chef de Cuisine Sponsor ($10,000)
Premier recognition, event banner, & more
Stone Soup 2021 Presenting Sponsor ($15,000)
Premier recognition, virtual address, & more
Checks may be made payable to Mile High Early Learning and mailed to:
ATTENTION: Stone Soup Breakfast
Mile High Early Learning
1799 Pennsylvania Street, 4th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
For more information, contact Nathan Harlan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-962-2634.
Thanks to our 2021 sponsors!
Chef De Cuisine Sponsor
Alix and John Corboy
Sous Chef Sponsors
Chef de Partie Sponsors
Commis Chef Sponsors
Elaine and Steve Berman
Pamela Harris and Brad Clemmons
Bruce and Heidi Hoyt
David and Judy Koff
Mental Health Center of Denver
Adele and Gerry Phelan
Dave and Debbie Younggren
Why Stone Soup?
Mile High Early Learning started with a concept developed by Anna Jo Haynes over 40 years ago. In the decades that followed, that concept – which is the stone in our stone soup – has been seasoned by partnerships, civic leaders, communities, volunteers, friends and families, enabling Mile High Early Learning to satisfy a growing hunger and need for subsidized, quality early childhood care and education.
Over the years, new ingredients have been added to our “soup” resulting in improved methods of teaching, better health and social services for our children and their families, and a growing understanding of the power of cooperation and collaboration. These ingredients are what give Mile High Early Learning the flavor that it has today. They enable our “soup” to be shared in Denver’s poorest neighborhoods and our children a chance for a successful start in school.
To continue nourishing Denver’s low-income children with the quality early childhood education they need and deserve, we need to add ingredients to this soup, enhance its flavor and make certain our pot remains full.
Thank you for continuing to be a key ingredient in our success.