The Colorado Group, Inc realizes the importance of giving back to our community through volunteer groups, non-profit organizations, and charities as they do so much to help those in need and contribute to the common good. No matter how you do it, giving back to your community touches many people’s lives. Whether it’s volunteering at a local event, helping a neighbor, or making a monetary donation, it’s the connection that matters. It is our belief that even the smallest deed can ignite change and have a positive impact on the community and provides a renewed sense of hope in the lives of those in need.
Bridge House provides a range of programs and services to help adults experiencing homelessness have access to the resources they need for a better future. Their programs are arranged across our Bridge of Opportunity spanning from basic needs to employment and housing.
Imagine! provides services designed to incorporate people with developmental, cognitive, and physical challenges into the fabric of their communities. Services include educational and therapeutic services, job training and placement, recreation and leisure activities, opportunities for community living, behavioral health services, technology solutions, and support for families.
Attention Homes has always been responsive to the evolving needs of youth facing homelessness in our community. In the 1960s, youth who couldn’t live at home because of domestic violence or family breakups were sent to detention centers for housing. Established in 1966 with the mandate to provide ‘attention, not detention’ to displaced youth, Attention Homes has served over 12,000 young individuals as they become healthy, productive members of our community.
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity partners with the people in our community – and across the world – to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With the support of our volunteers, partners, and donors, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability, and independence they need to build better lives for themselves and for their families.
OUR Center is truly a community-based agency. While most of the churches in the St. Vrain Valley support OUR Center, it is not affiliated with any one church, or any other agency. OUR Center works closely with many other agencies in the community to assist those in need, especially those in emergency situations.
SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth and children through support, advocacy, education and community organizing. SPAN began providing services in 1979 and is crucial to the network of support that offers critical “safety net” services to vulnerable, low-income and at-risk populations.
Elevations Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was established in 2010. The important work of Elevations Foundation is fueled by individual donors and Elevations Credit Union, which offers members the opportunity to give back through initiatives like Elevations Local Change and Elevations Visa® Signature Credit Cards.https://www.elevationscu.com/foundation
The mission of Meals on Wheels of Boulder is to provide nutritious meals and a daily well-being check to Boulder residents, regardless of age or income. Founded in 1969, Meals on Wheels of Boulder is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, located in Boulder, Colorado.
A Friends School education promises essential foundations for a life of success. Our vision is as clear today as it was 30 years ago: challenging minds, nurturing spirits, honoring individuality.
In honoring Arly’s passion for education, a 501(c)(3) in the name of Arly Kruse Educational Foundation has been established with the help of professionals within the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD). Governed by a board of retired and current educators, the foundation will provide needed funding for families in BVSD who would otherwise be unable to provide their children with one-on-one tutoring.
Clinica Family Health is a community health center, a medical safety net for those who otherwise might fall through the cracks of the American health care system. For more than 40 years, Clinica has existed to provide health care to the individuals and families in our community at a price they can afford. Young or old, people of any race or ethnicity or income level—we are here to provide them with exceptional health care because no one should have to choose between obtaining the health care they need and other necessities such as housing or food.
The Association for Community Living (ACL) is an independent advocacy organization founded in Boulder in 1962. The ACL is part of a civil and human rights movement established in the 1960s in response to denial of public education and concern about routine institutionalization of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), and their subsequent abuse in institutional settings. The ACL was instrumental in achieving the right to public education and community based support services.
Established in 1978, the Boulder Community Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that exists to enhance the quality and availability of health care services in Boulder County by generating and administering all charitable gifts to our nonprofit community-owned hospital system.
JAMES SWAEBY ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLORSHIP FUND.
Intercambio was born from a desire to connect immigrants and volunteer teachers in Boulder County to lift lives and strengthen our community.