Colorado Charity List - August 2018
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Sl. No.NameWebsiteAgency TypeContact PersonContact RoleContact E-mailContact Phone NumberAgency Phone NumberAgency E-mailAddressDescriptionGross Profit Net ProfitExpense FundraisingExpense SalariesExpense TOTALClients ServedFiscal Year of DataTax Year of DataSource
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118th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Centerwww.jac18.org501(c)3Molli BarkerExecutive Directormbarker@arapahoegov.com720-874-33817375 S. Potomac Street, Centennial, CO 80112To provide a coordinated, multi-agency, single entry site which contributes to the safety of youth, families, and the community through early intervention, comprehensive assessment and improved access to appropriate services.$1,343,140$109,636$388,115$845,389$1,233,50420162017
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2A New World Child Placement Agencywww.anewworldcpa.com501(c)3Doris GainesExecutive Directordoris@anewworldcpa.org303-743-400015200 E. Girard Avenue, Suite 3450, Aurora, CO 80014A NEW WORLD CHILD PLACEMENT AGENCY IS A NON-PROFIT CORPORATION ESTABLISHED TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT CHILDREN IN NEED OF FOSTER CARE PLACEMENT. A NEW WORLD CHILD PLACEMENT WILL ACCEPT CHILDREN AGES 0 TO 18 AND OVER 18 TO 21 THROUGH COURT ORDER. WE WILL STRIVE TO ENCOURAGE A POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON LIFE AND DEEPER APPRECIATION FOR ONESELF, THROUGH PAIRING CHILDREN WITH HOMES THAT WILL PROMOTE THEIR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT WHILE IN OUT OF HOME PLACEMENT. PARENTS WILL BE SUFFICIENTLY TRAINED TO ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF THE CHILDREN PLACED IN THEIR CARE.$662,245-$2,892$152,007$513,130$665,13720162017
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3A Precious Child, Inc.www.apreciouschild.org501(c)3Carina MartinCEO & Founder303-466-4272contactus@apreciouschild.org7051 W. 118th Avenue, Broomfield, CO 80020A Precious Child provides children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential.$8,267,435-$283,677$7,690,353$860,759$8,551,112Served 33,588 children and 2,628 adults in 201520162017
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4Ability Connection Colorado, Inc.www.abilityconnectioncolorado.org501(c)3Judith I. HamPresident & CEOjham@cpco.org303-691-9339info@abilityconnectioncolorado.org801 Yosemite Street, Denver, CO 80230To serve Coloradans through innovative and comprehensive early childhood education, employment and family support programs.$6,691,190-$630,998$1,666,460$5,655,728$7,322,18820162017
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5ACCESS HOUSING OF ADAMS COUNTY INCwww.acchouse.org501(c)3Alicia A AguilarDirector of ProgramsAlicia@acchouse.org303-289-7078303-289-70786978 Colorado Blvd., Commerce City, CO 80022 The mission of ACCESS Housing, Inc. is to help families regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency and sustain permanent housing. 700,374273,862265,678160834426,512867 families comprised of 2,277 adults and children20162017GuideStar
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6Acts4 Community Outreach Services, Inc.www.loveinclittleton.org501(c)3Kathryn RoyExecutive Directorkathryn@loveinclittleton.org303-798-0037info@loveinclittleton.org5854 South Datura Street, Littleton, CO 80120Love Inc of Littletons mission is to mobilize the Church to transform lives and communities in the Name of Christ. We connect those in need with volunteers from member churches in a united community effort to provide food, clothing, diapers, transportation, shelter and other svc$453,950$72,430$169,118$212,402$381,52020162017
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7ADAM'S CAMPwww.adamscamp.org501(c)3Lindsey RadfordExecutive Director(303)563-8290contact@adamscamp.org6767 S. Spruce Street, Suite 102, Centennial, CO 80112The mission of Adam’s Camp is to maximize the strengths and potential of children and young adults with special needs by bringing together dedicated families with outstanding professionals and volunteers to provide specialized therapy programs, family support and recreational camps.1,601,179208,251625,6177673111,392,92820162017GuideStar
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8Advocates of Lake County, Inc.www.advocatesoflakecounty.org501(c)3Janeen McGeePrincipal OfficerNA719-486-3530NAPo Box 325, Leadville, CO 80461ORGANIZATION'S MISSION OR MOST SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES THE ADVOCATES OF LAKE COUNTY WILL ASSIST ANY VICTIM OF CRIME, VIOLENCE, OR OTHER TRAUMATIC EVENT, PRIMARILY VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT. THE ADVOCATES WORK FOR POSITIVE SOCIAL CHANGE, SEEKING TO PROMOTE A SAFE AND HEALTHY COMMUNITY.$329,275$75,354$85,454$168,467$253,92120162017
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9America's Kids Belong, Inc.www.americaskidsbelong.org501(c)3Laurie BatesOperations Managerlbates@amkidsbelong.org303-430-1850info@amkidsbelong.org1540 Main Street, Unit 218 #331, Windsor, CO 80550America’s Kids Belong is an organization that mobilizes government, faith-based, business and creative leaders around the goal of permanency and belonging for every child. Combining grassroots and “grasstops” methods, America’s Kids Belong runs innovative initiatives in states to help ensure that every child is in a loving home by: recruiting more foster and adoptive families, engaging wrap-around support for at-risk, foster & adoptive families along the way, and helping youth who have aged out without a family reach their full potential.$410,383$245,379$71,709$93,295$165,00420162017
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10ARAPAHOE HOUSE, INC.www.arapahoehouse.org501(c)3Aleah HorstmanDirector of Developmentahorstman@ahinc.org(303)412-3601(303)412-36018801 Lipan Street, Thornton, CO 80260Arapahoe House is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a continuum of accessible, affordable, and effective services for individuals and families with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health problems.20,299,218-1,601,6627,029,1931487168721,900,880Arapahoe House serves more than 15,000 people each year20172018GuidStar
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11Arc of Arapahoe & Douglas, Inc.www.arc-ad.org501(c)3Carol MeredithExecutive Directorcarol@arc-ad.org303-220-92286538 S. Racine Circle, Centennial, CO 80111The Arc Arapahoe & Douglas Counties uses advocacy and education to include all children and adults with disabilities, and their families, in their communities.$1,106,982$275,779$241,468$589,735$831,20320162017
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12Arc of Weld Countywww.arcweldcounty.org501(c)3Larry McDermottExecutive Directorlarry@arcweldcounty.org970-353-5219 x100970-353-5219tiffany@arcweldcounty.org5312 W. 9th Street Drive, Suite 150, Greeley, CO 80634THE ARC OF WELD COUNTY PROMOTES AND PROTECTS THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES THROUGH ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES$619,435$66,590$200,492$352,353$552,84520162017
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13ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF COLORADO SPRINGS https://www.assistanceleague.org/colorado-springs/501(c)3Eleanor LawPresident719-475-1029assistanceleague@centurylink.net405 S. Nevada, Colorado Springs, CO 80903Assistance League of Colorado Springs is a nonprofit, all volunteer, philanthropic organization dedicated to improving the well-being of the children and families of the Pikes Peak community.291,999-38,437330,4360330,43620172018GuideStar
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14Aurora Arapahoe Batterd Womans Shelter, Inc.www.gatewayshelter.org501(c)3Linda JamesExecutive Director303-343-1856jkworden@gatewayshelter.comPo Box 914, Aurora, CO 80040PROVIDES SHELTER AND COUNSELING FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR CHILDREN.$1,793,698$231,794$293,752$1,268,152$1,561,90420162017
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15Boulder Jewish Community Centerwww.boulderjcc.org501(c)3Tracy ChristesonSenior Leadership Teamtracy.christeson@boulderjcc.org303-998-19006007 Oreg Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303THE BOULDER JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES BASED IN JEWISH VALUES AND TRADITIONS IN A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE OF ALL AGES AND BACKGROUNDS GATHER TO CONNECT, EXCHANGE IDEAS, LEARN, AND GROW TOGETHER.$6,147,982$1,472,245$2,218,282$2,457,455$4,675,73720162017
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16BRIGHT BY THREEbrightbythree.org501(c)3Jean McSpaddenPresident & CEOjean@bb3.org(303)433-6200 x17(303)433-62003605 Martin Luther King Blvd., Denver, CO 80205 To provide a bright beginning for all Colorado children by helping families support their children's physical, emotional and intellectual development during the critical first three years of life.1,416,334132,789842,9224406231,283,54513,561 parents and caregivers received a visit20162017GuideStar
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17CASA of Larimer Countywww.casalarimer.com501(c)3Sabrina StokerExecutive Directorsabrina@casalarimer.com970-488-1630info@casalarimer.com3105 E. Harmony Road, Fort Collins, CO 80528We are a voice in court for abused and neglected children and a safe place in the community for conflict free family interactions.$545,991$4,959$124,347$416,685$541,03220162017
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18CASA OF THE PIKES PEAK REGION, INC.www.casappr.org501(c)3Angela RoseExecutive Director719-447-9898 x1015(719)-447-9898418 S. Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903CASA of the Pikes Peak Region provides a volunteer's voice in court for children who are victims of abuse, neglect, or domestic conflict and promotes community awareness of these issues to ensure safe and permanent homes.2,319,409198,350574,06015469992,121,059Serves approximately 1,700 children per year20172018GuideStar
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19Casa Of The Seventh Judicial District, Inc.www.casa7jd.org501(c)3Carlton MasonExecutive Directorcmason@casa7jd.org970-249-0337info@casa7jd.org301 N. Cascade Avenue, Montrose, CO 81401To help break the cycle of child abuse and neglect, and to advocate for safe, permanent, nurturing homes for children, utilizing highly trained and dedicated volunteers.$464,621$98,655$86,699$279,267$365,96620172018
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20CASA UNIDA FOUNDATIONwww.casaunidafoundation.com501(c)3Bob MoorePresident(303)922-24701112 S. Eaton Street, Lakewood, CO 80232 To provide children the opportunity to break out of the cycle of poverty through medical, education and humanitarian programs that provide sustainable income for their families.0020072008GuideStar
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21CENTRO DE LA FAMILIAwww.elcentrodelafamilia.org501(c)3Sandra L HernándezExecutive Directorcentro@joimail.com(719)2279170(719)2279170122 E. Las Animas Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 The mission of Centro de la Familia is to be a cultural anchor for Hispanic/Latino families by providing an array of services in order to assist them in meeting the challenges of and successfully adapting to living in a new and diverse culture.287,39817,631204,57265195269,76720162017
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22Challenge Aspenwww.challengeaspen.org501(c)3Jenni PetersonCFO (Chief Financial Officer)jenni@challengeaspen.org970-923-0578info@challengeaspen.orgSnowmass Village Mall, #309, Snowmass Village, CO 81615Challenge Aspen provides recreational, cultural and educational experiences for people with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. We encourage family and friends to participate in these experiences.$3,396,515$75,767$2,403,521$917,227$3,320,74820172018
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23Cheyenne Villagewww.cheyennevillage.org501(c)3Ann TurnerExecutive Directoraturner@cheyennevillage.org719-592-02006275 Lehman Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80918Cheyenne Village helps people with disabilities lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.$8,268,206$191,975$3,568,618$4,507,613$8,076,23120172018
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Child and Family Advocacy Program (Blue Sky Bridge)
www.blueskybridge.org501(c)3Nia WassinkBusiness Development Directornwassink@blueskybridge.org303-444-1388info@blueskybridge.org2617 Iris Hallow Place, Boulder, CO 80304At Blue Sky Bridge, we facilitate a collaborative approach to child abuse investigations while providing child victims and their families with support in a safe and child-focused environment. We strive to make the community safer for all children and families through intervention, education and advocacy pasting. Since the beginning of time, no group of people has been subjected to greater abuse and neglect than children. Children are our community’s most valuable population and the least able to assert their rights. At Blue Sky Bridge, we facilitate a collaborative approach to child abuse investigations while providing child victims and their families with support in a safe and child-focused environment. We strive to make the community safer for all children and families through intervention, education and advocacy.$1,229,150$140,415$536,117$552,618$1,088,73520172018
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25Children First of the Rockieswww.ccfor.org501(c)3Sara AmodioPrincipal Officer303-485-2055303-776-5348info@ccfor.org2130 Mountain View Avenue, Suite 201, Longmont, CO 80501THE MISSION IS TO PROMOTE HEALTHY PARENTING AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS BY PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, SUPPORTIVE SERVICES AND RESOURCES IN A SAFE AND NURTURING ENVIRONMENT.$185,891-$61,004$105,956$140,939$246,89520162017
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26Childrens Future International, Inc.www.childrensfuture.org501(c)3Jenny CiucciCo-Founder & Executive DirectorJenny@childrensfuture.org720-295-3312info@childrensfuture.org1031 33rd Street, suite 172, Denver, CO 80205Children's Future's mission is to help break the cycle of poverty by developing educated, self-reliant and compassionate individuals who become positive role models and have the potential to grow into future community leaders.$351,634-$114,909$232,352$234,191$466,54320162017
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27Childrens Hopechest, Inc.www.hopechest.org501(c)3Ken SparksCEO & PresidentNA719-487-7800NAPo Box 1190, Palmer Lake, CO 80133Children’s HopeChest exists to glorify God by releasing the potential of orphaned and impoverished children and their communities. We do this through partnerships that cultivate sustainable two-way transformation.$7,524,796$114,424$5,203,971$2,206,401$7,410,37220162017
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28CHILDRENS HOUSE PRESCHOOL INCwww.childrenshousepreschool.org501(c)3Michael KnuckeyBusiness DirectorMichael@childrenshousepreschool.org303-444-64323370 Iris Walk Court, Boulder, CO 80304 The goal of our preschool is to provide a culturally sensitive, enriching early childhood environment with the activities, equipment and leadership to prepare children — socially, emotionally, intellectually and physically – for success in school and in the community.292,472-2,37856,321238529294,850Served children and families from 26 different home languages. 20162017
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29Christian Action Guild, Inc.www.christianactionguild.org501(c)3Joyce SuttonPrincipal Officer303-279-5674christianactionguild@gmail.com1401 Ford Street, Golden, CO 80401CHARITABLE ASSISTANCE TO INDIGENT INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES IN THE GREATER GOLDEN, COLORADO AREA WHICH ENCOMPASSES MORE THAN 19,700 RESIDENTS.$128,118$17,863$106,616$3,639$110,25520162017website is not valid
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30Clayton Early Learningwww.claytonearlylearning.org501(c)3Charlotte BrantleyPresident & CEONA303-355-4411NA3801 Martin Luther King Blvd., Denver, CO 80205CLAYTON EARLY LEARNING PROVIDES NATIONAL LEADERSHIP TO ADVANCE THE FIELD OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION BY RESEARCHING, IMPLEMENTING AND DISSEMINATING INNOVATIVE TEACHING MODELS. WE PROMOTE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN THROUGH FAMILY ENGAGEMENT, TEACHER PREPARATION AND EFFECTIVE EARLY EDUCATION POLICY.$13,877,542-$556,049$4,482,055$9,951,536$14,433,59120172018
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31Clothes to Kids of Denverwww.clothestokidsdenver.org501(c)3Katie Jones JadwinExecutive Directorkatie@clothestokidsdenver.org720-379-4630info@clothestokidsdenver.org2890 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite M3, Denver, CO 80222The mission of Clothes To Kids of Denver is to provide new and quality used clothing to students from low-income or in-crisis families in the Denver Metro Area, free of charge.$970,607$53,039$752,872$164,696$917,56820162017
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32Colorado Center for the Blindwww.cocenter.org501(c)3Julie DedenExecutive Directorjdeden@cocenter.org303-778-1130ccb@cocenter.org2233 West Shepperd Ave Littleton, CO 80120The Colorado Center for the Blind provides training, support and opportunities that blind individuals and others need to empower them to develop positive attitudes and lead independent lives as fully integrated, productive and contributing members of society. We have program serving blind people of all ages.$184,077$184,077$0$962,517$2,446,557Over 800 blind individuals, families and professionals working with the blind20172017
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33Colorado Childrens Immunization Coalitionwww.childrensimmunization.org501(c)3Stephanie WassermanExecutive Director720-777-5340ccicoffice@childrenscolorado.org13123 E. 16th Avenue, Suite B-281, Aurora, CO 80045THE COLORADO CHILDREN'S IMMUNIZATION COALITION (CCIC) STRATEGICALLY MOBILIZES DIVERSE PARTNERS AND FAMILIES TO ADVANCE CHILDREN'S HEALTH THROUGH IMMUNIZATIONS.$374,071-$133,650$153,121$354,600$507,72120162017
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34Colorado East Community Action Agencywww.cecaa.org501(c)3Becky CarterExecutive Directorexecutivedirector@cecaa.org719-775-8586183 E. Avenue, Limon, CO 80828The mission of Colorado East Community Action is to stabilize families livingjn poverty in the rural eastern Colorado counties of Cheyennet Elbert1 Kit Carson and Lincoln and move them out of poverty by promoting and advocating self-sufficiency, personal responsibility and asset building through education. case rnanaaement and collaboration with local. state. Drivate and federal resouces.$240,124$19,987$68,136$152,001$220,13720162017
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35Colorado Human Services Directors Associationwww.coloradohsda.org501(c)3Ashley AdairCoordinatoradair@bouldercounty.org303-227-27277190 Colorado Blvd., Commerce City, CO 80022THE ASSOCIATION PROMOTES A HUMAN SERVICES SYSTEM THAT ENCOURAGES SELF-SUFFICIENCY OF FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES, AND PROTECTS VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND ADULTS FROM ABUSE AND NEGLECT.$288,250-$9,570$297,820$0$297,82020172018
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36COLORADO ORTHODONTIC FOUNDATION INC www.thecof.org501(c)3Adam PollackPresident(303)501-3691P.O. Box 8513, Denver, CO 80201To make orthodontic treatment accessible and affordable to low-income families in Colorado by partnering with local orthodontic professionals.108,8173,97137,51867328104,84620162017GuideStar
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37COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF SOUTHWEST DENVER www.comministry-denver.org501(c)3Joyce NeufeldExecutive Directorcontact@comministry-denver.org(303)935-3428(303)935-34281755 S Zuni Street, Denver, CO 80223 The purpose of the Community Ministry is to provide emergency support for families and individuals who are in need of assistance. This includes food, clothing, school supplies, holiday food boxes and Christmas gifts.1,619,967-17,2491,524,4821127341,637,21620162017GuideStar
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38Community of Caring Foundationwww.aspenminecenter.org501(c)3Veldean MyersExecutive Assistantveldean@yahoo.com719-689-3584 x118719-689-3584166 E. Bennett Avenue, Cripple Creek, CO 80813THE FOUNDATION'S PRIMARY EXEMPT MISSION IS BUILDING A HEALTHY COMMUNITY BY PROMOTING THE VALUES OF RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, TRUST, CARING AND FAMILY. THIS MISSION IS ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH PROVIDING COMMUNITY RESOURCES, DEVELOPING NEEDS BASED PROGRAMS, AND THROUGH PROVIDING EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR CLIENTS AND FAMILIES IN CRISES.$901,532-$25,362$653,251$273,643$926,89420162017
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39Compassion & Choiceswww.compassionandchoices.org501(c)3Kim CallinanCEO (Chief Executive Officer)NA800-247-7421NAPo Box 101810, Denver, CO 80250Compassion & Choices improves care, expands options, and empowers everyone to chart their end-of-life journey.$8,660,832-$6,147,907$6,352,886$8,455,853$14,808,73920172018
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Court Appointed Special Advocates of Mesa County
www.casamc.org501(c)3Janet RowlandExecutive Directorjanet@casamc.org970-242-4191744 Horizon Court, Suite 230, Grand Junction, CO 81506To provide a voice in court for victims of child abuse and neglect.$292,711$55,380$65,106$172,225$237,33120162017
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41Court Care for the Pikes Peak Regionwww.courtcare.org501(c)3Diane PriceExecutive Directordlprice@earlyconnections.org719-452-4599719-452-5499info@courtcare.org270 S. Tejon Street, Suite S140, Colorado Springs, CO 80903Court Care for the Pikes Peak Region exists to provide quality child care in a safe, family-friendly environment for children of individuals who have court-related business.$228,153$72,505$155,648$0$155,64820162017
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42Denver Area Youth Serviceswww.denveryouthservices.org501(c)3Noel D'AlbertisExecutive Director303-698-2300dbrunke@denveryouthservices.org1530 W. 13th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204TO PROMOTE AND PROVIDE A CONTINUUM OF HUMAN SERVICES TO YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES.$1,811,339$26,790$570,500$1,214,049$1,784,54920172018
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43DENVER CHILDREN'S HOMEwww.denverchildrenshome.org501(c)3Dr. Rebecca HeaExecutive Directorrhea@denverchildrenshome.org(303)399-48901501 Albion Street, Denver, CO 80220 DCH restores hope and health to traumatized children and families through a comprehensive array of therapeutic, educational and community-based services.6,109,956214,3771,903,68139918985,895,57920172018GuideStar
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44DENVER FAMILY INSTITUTE INCDENVERFAMILYINSTITUTE.COM501(c)3Jamie Leach, LPCExecutive Director(303) 756-3340
info@denverfamilyinstitute.org
3600 S. Yosemite Street, Suite 1050, Denver, CO 80237
Denver Family Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering therapy services to families of all backgrounds, in addition to having a highly respected Marriage and Family Therapy training program.359,599-54,724291,266123057414,32320162017GuideStar
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45Denver Indian Center, Inc.www.denverindiancenter.org501(c)3Ais MurrayPrincipal Officer303-936-2688information@denverindiancenter.org4407 Morrison Road, Denver, CO 80219TO EMPOWER OUR YOUTH, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITY THROUGH SELF-DETERMINATION, CULTURAL IDENTITY AND EDUCATION.THE DENVER INDIAN CENTER SERVES A DIVERSE GROUP OF TRIBES, THE MAJORITY OF WHICH REPRESENT THE SOUTHWEST AND THE NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PLAINS. MOST COME SEEKING ECONOMIC STABILITY, EDUCATION AND SECURITY FOR THEIR FAMILIES. THE CENTER CONTINUES TO BE A HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION FOR THE COMMUNITY TO GATHER FOR POWWOWS AND VARIOUS OTHER ACTIVITIES HELD AT THE FACILITY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.$1,071,076-$6,133$518,038$559,171$1,077,20920162017
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46Denver Indian Family Resource Centerwww.difrc.org501(c)3Kathryn RedhorseInterim Executive Directorkredhorse@difrc.org720-500-10201633 Fillmore Street, GL2a, Denver, CO 80206The mission of the Denver Indian Family Resource Center is to strengthen vulnerable American Indian children and families through collaborative and culturally responsive services.$998,635-$21,088$352,623$667,100$1,019,72320162017
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Dolls for Daughters and Kenzis Kidz (Kenzi's Causes)
www.kenziscauses.org501(c)3Jessica BachusFounder & Executive Directorjessicabachus@dollsfordaughters.com(720)722-3493720-330-2804info@kenziscauses.org50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209Dolls for Daughters and Kenzi's Kidz (DfD) works to support underprivileged children and their families in Colorado. We do this by providing toys, food, and more during the holidays; school supplies and clothing during the school year, and; we also assist families through community outreach, financial planning, and professional support.$576,393-$176$549,615$26,954$576,569Since 2007 more than 26,700 children in Colorado have been given toys and more from this program.20162017
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48EL PUEBLO BOYS & GIRLS RANCH, INC. www.elpueblokids.org501(c)3Jimmy CardinalCOOJimmy.Cardinal@ElPuebloKids.Net(719)544-7496(719)544-74961 El Pueblo Ranch Way, Pueblo, CO 81006 El Pueblo is a private, non-profit organization serving the needs of "at-risk" youth and their families. By creating an environment of safety and loving care, youth and thier families learn the skills they need to become productive members of the community9,333,3001,432,8072,481,87254186217,900,49320162017GuideStar
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49EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATION www.efaa.org501(c)3Julie Van DomelenExecutive DirectorJulie@efaa.org303-951-7665(303)442-3042Susan@efaa.org1575 Yarmouth Avenue, Boulder, CO 80304 EFAA helps those in our community whose immediate needs for food, shelter, and other basic necessities cannot adequately be met by other meanssand supports their efforts toward financial stability and self-sufficiency.4,916,913591,1602,817,84215079114,325,753Served 5,722 people20172018GuideStar
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50Evergreen Christian Outreachwww.evergreenchristianoutreach.org501(c)3Sharon SmithExecutive Directorsharon@evergreenchristianoutreach.org303-670-1796info@evergreenchristianoutreach.org27640 Highway 74, Evergreen, CO 80439WE FULFILL OUR MISSION BY PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO MEET THE MOST BASIC AND URGENT NEEDS OF OUR CLIENTS - FOOD, CLOTHING, AND SHELTER RELATED EXPENSES AND THEN HELP THEM MOVE TOWARD SELF SUFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE THEIR LIFE.$1,606,925-$35,137$950,358$691,704$1,642,06220162017
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51Evergreen Family Friendship Servicewww.evergreenchina.net501(c)3Jonathan LeePrincipal Officer719-225-1366info@evergreenchina.net6660 Delmonico Drive, Suite 201, Colorado Springs, CO 80919To assist Shanxi and other Chinese provinces by developing public benefit services for the common people, continuing good works of Ye Yongqing ("Leaf Evergreen", i.e. Peter Torjesen), acknowledging God's gracious calling in our lives & reflecting the credibility of Christ.$917,904$140,079$395,677$382,148$777,82520162017
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52FAMILIES FIRST INCwww.FamiliesFirstColorado.org501(c)3Adam RobeExecutive Directoradam@familiesfirstcolorado.org(303)745-0327info@familiesfirstcolorado.org2163 S Yosemite Street, Denver, CO 80231The mission of Families First is to provide services to empower parents, nurture children and strengthen families to end the cycle of child abuse and neglect.1,139,083-260,226385,59810137111,399,3092615 children benefited from the service20162017GuideStar
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53FAMILY GARDENwww.family-garden.org501(c)3Debbie LaneExecutive Directordebbie@family-garden.org(303) 678-1144(303) 678-1144600 S. Airport Road, Bldg B, Longmont, CO 80503 The Family Garden's mission is to be a gathering place offering education, inspiration and community for families throughout pregnancy, childbirth and early childhood.81,183-266,711279,08168813347,89420172018GuideStar
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54FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER DENVER INC.www.familypromiseofgreaterdenver.org501(c)3Allie CardExecutive Directoracard@familypromiseofgreaterdenver.org(303)675-0713(303)675-0713P.O. Box 40550, Denver, CO 80204 Our mission is to help families experiencing homelessness by providing emergency shelter, meals and supportive services on their path to self-sufficiency.340,413-26,359152,543214229366,772Since 1997, helped more than 1,100 families, including 2,000 children!20162017GuideStar
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55FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER frcsterling.org501(c)3Yvonne DraxterExecutive Directorexecutivedirector@frcsterling.org 970-526-2439 120 Main Street, Sterling, CO 80751 The Family Resources Center provides information, resources and services to support and strengthen families in Logan County, Colorado. In doing so, the Organization prevents cruelty to children and relieves the distressed members of the community by directing them to resources that may alleviate their distress. Located in Logan County, the Family Resource Center is dedicated to encouraging the development of healthy children and strong family units by providing parent education, referral services and ongoing support to mothers and fathers. The Organization provides supervised parenting time, parent education, and youth development.468,99993,621192,421182957375,37820162017GuideStar
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56Family Resource Center Association, Inc.www.cofamilycenters.org501(c)3Mark KlingExecutive Directormkling@cofamilycenters.org303-388-1001 x103303-388-1001khedin@cofamilycenters.org1888 N. Sherman Street, Suite 100, Denver, CO 80203THE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ASSOCIATION'S MISSION IS TO ENSURE THAT OUR MEMBERS ARE STRONG AND OPTIMALLY EQUIPPED TO SERVE COLORADO FAMILIES. THE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ASSOCIATION PROVIDES PUBLIC ADVOCACY, CAPACITY BUILDING, AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT TO STRENGTHEN ITS STATEWIDE NETWORK OF FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS AS THEY BRING HELP AND HOPE TO COLORADO FAMILIES.$11,334,423$7,387,902$3,278,763$667,758$3,946,52120172018
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57Family Visitor Program of Garfield County, Inc.www.familyvisitor.org501(c)3Saundra SwansonExecutive Directorswan@rof.net970-945-1234info@familyvisitor.org401 23rd Street, Suite 204, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601Family Visitor Programs' mission is to promote healthy families by providing education, advocacy, and support services that strengthen and empower families, foster the optimum development of children, and prevent child abuse and neglect.$1,561,181$62,257$324,856$1,174,068$1,498,92420172018
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58Florence Crittenton Services of Coloradowww.flocritco.org501(c)3Suzanne BanningPresident & CEOsbanning@flocritco.org720-423-890096 South Zuni Street, Denver, CO 80223Florence Crittenton Services educates, prepares and empowers teen mothers and their children to become productive members of the community.$4,880,604$108,662$1,012,602$3,759,340$4,771,942Served 179 Children20172018
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59Focus Points Family Resource Centerwww.focuspoints.org501(c)3Steven Moss Executive Directorsteven@focuspoints.com303-292-0770info@focuspoints.org2501 E. 48th Avenue, Denver, CO 80216The mission of Focus Points Family Resource Center is to help build better communities by strengthening families.$5,034,589$3,348,426$420,956$1,265,207$1,686,163Will serve over 1,200 families in the 2017-1820162017
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60Freedom Firm, USAwww.freedom.firm.in501(c)3Katie BeaberExecutive Director, Presidentkatie@freedom.firm.in720-432-1607contact@freedom.firm.in13042 Grant Circle E., Unit A, Thornton, CO 80241The mission of Freedom Firm is Rescue, Restoration and Justice for Victims of Sex Trafficking in India. Freedom Firm seeks to eliminate child prostitution in India by identifying victims and perpetrators of forced prostitution, by mobilizing law enforcement agencies to rescue victims and by assisting the legal system in the prosecution of perpetrators.$193,587-$14,620$129,559$78,648$208,20720162017
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61Freedom Service Dogs, Inc.www.freedomservicedogs.org501(c)3Taylor SimonDevelopment Associatetsimon@freedomservicedogs.org303-922-6231info@freedomservicedogs.org7193 S. Dillon Court, Englewood, CO 80112At Freedom Service Dogs, we unleash the potential of shelter dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. Our clients include children, veterans and active duty military, and other adults. Their disabilities include autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.$3,927,721$2,056,733$839,239$1,031,749$1,870,98820162017
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62GODS LITTLEST ANGELS INCwww.glahaiti.org501(c)3Jean A BellDirector of US Operationsgla-usa@glahaiti.org(719)638-43482283 Waynoka Rd, Suite A, Colorado Spgs, CO 80915God's Littlest Angels is dedicated to helping the children and families of Haiti by supporting God's Littlest Angels Haitian Childcare facility which provides intensive nursery care for premature, malnourished, and abandoned children GLA also assists in seeking outside help for children needing surgical or medical treatment not available in Haiti GLA will also assist in placing abandoned children with adoptive families GLA's purpose is to help the children of Haiti in any way.2,149,631167,2201,309,7716726401,982,411GLA implemented a school sponsorship program for children unable to attend school due to the lack of funds. Today, almost 400 children attend school .20162017GuideStar
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63GRIFFITH CENTERS FOR CHILDREN INCwww.griffithcenters.org501(c)3 Jamie SachtjenDirector of Fundraisingjamie.sachtjen@griffithcenters.org(303)237-68651724 Gilpin Street, Denver, CO 80218 The mission of Griffith Centers for Children is to strengthen Colorado communities one family at a time

8,544,932-198,7644,072,06346716338,743,696Served 40,000 children and families.20172018GuideStar
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64HANDS UP FOR THE CHILDRENwww.handsupforthechildren.org501(c)3Jill HorchFounder JILL@HANDSUPFORTHECHILDREN.ORG(720)295-5455PO BOX 100224, DENVER, CO 80250While many children are on free or reduced lunch programs in Denver, when the weekends come, they often go hungry until they return to school. With your help we can provide quality, nutritious food to hungry children and their families.278,311-8,962271,07316200287,273500 children and their families20152016GuideStar
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65HEALTHY LEARNING PATHS INCORPORATED www.healthylearningpaths.org501(c)3Chris MarchioniExecutive Director & Founderinfo@healthylearningpaths.org(303)464-7191(303)464-719111258 Decatur Circle, Westminster, CO 80234 We believe the world needs bold approaches to health because there is an urgent need to end the cycle of preventable diseases in children. We partner across sectors with people and organizations that share our passion to help all children stay healthy and provide families with evidence-based resources that prevent their children from developing diseases. Our core values of: (a) evidence-based health practices combined with entrepreneurial approaches, (b) collaborate, listen, and learn from partners and clients, (c) promise of perseverance, and (d) work smart and have fun, guide us in our mission. 139,740-7,70758,05989388147,44720172018GuideStar
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66Homes of Hope, Inc.NA501(c)3William DunningDirectorNA970-576-0789NA1406 41st Avenue, Greeley, CO 80634The primary purpose of Homes of Hope, Inc. is to support and fund Homes of Hope - Fiji, a registered charity in the South Pacific. Both organizations were established in 1996 to stop the pervasive, destructive cycles of sexual exploitation, the breakdown of family structure, and the negative effects of poverty throughout the island nation and beyond. U.S.-based Homes of Hope, Inc. has been a 501(c)(3) public charity since January 14, 2003.Homes of Hope, Inc. receives tax-exempt donations and operates with a volunteer staff and Board of Directors. As a result, approximately 98% of all donations received directly benefit operations in Fiji. Homes of Hope - Fiji, a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded on faith-based core values, serves young women and children who are victims of or vulnerable to situations of forced sex, sex trafficking, and child sexual abuse and violence. Through on-site care provided at the Homes of Hope - Fiji campus, residents complete a long-term, restorative$259,762$14,573$209,189$36,000$245,18920162017no website or Email
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67HOPE AND HOMEwww.hopeandhome.org
501(c)3Bridgette WrightDirector of Developmentbmwright@hopeandhome.org(719) 575-9887(719) 575-98874945 N. 30th Street, Third Floor, Colorado Springs, CO 80919Hope & Home is dedicated to bringing safety, stability and love into the lives of abused and neglected children by providing excellent foster and adoptive families to take care of them. 3,990,517480,0022,313,10511974103,510,51520172018GuideStar
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68Hope for Children, Inc.NA501(c)3Leslie KammeierExecutive DirectorNA719-545-6821NA801 W. 4th Street, Pueblo, CO 81003TO PROMOTE THE SAFETY AND WELL BEING OF CHILDREN AND TO ENSURE THAT ALL FAMILIES HAVE ACCESS TO THE SERVICES THEY NEED TO PROVIDE A SAFE, STABLE AND NURTURING ENVIRONMENT FOR THEIR CHILDREN.$110,553$8,603$24,895$77,055$101,95020162017no website or Email
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69HOPE IN OUR CITYwww.hopeinourcity.org501(c)3Jordan FischerCEOjordan@hopeinourcity.org(303)823-1918(303)823-19182260 S Clarkson Street, Denver, CO 80210Our mission is to befriend at-risk individuals and families in refugee communities in order to advance their personal lives and contribute to their communities.221,23044455,875164911220,78620172018GuideStar
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70I HAVE A DREAM FOUNDATION OF BOULDER COUNTYhttp://www.ihaveadreamboulder.org501(c)3Lori CanovaCEOLori.Canova@ihaveadreamboulder.org(303)444-3636(303)444-36365390 Manhattan Circle, Suite 200, Boulder, CO 80303 The mission of the "I Have a Dream" program is to motivate and empower children from low-income communities to reach their education and career goals by providing a long-term intervention program of mentoring, tutoring, and cultural enrichment.3,390,3491,056,881979,42513540432,333,468Overall, the organization has served over 1,000 20162017GUideStar
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71ILIFF Community Center, Inc. (ILIFF HeadStart)NA501(c)3Christina ArchillettaExecutive DirectorNA970-521-0538NA405 West 2nd Avenue, Iliff, CO 80736To develop and provide, quality, integrated, comprehensive early childhood development programs which offer a broad range of services and respond to the needs of eligible young children and their families for the purpose of preparing them for success in school life.$799,943-$8,373$303,444$504,872$808,31620172018
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72INSTITUTE FOR ATTACHMENT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENTWWW.INSTITUTEFORATTACHMENT.ORG501(c)3Forrest LienExecutive Directorforrest@instituteforattachment.org303-674-1910303-674-19105911 S. Middlefield Road, Suite 103, Littleton, CO 80123 We treat children and their families who have a primary diagnosis of Attachment Disorder. Often, we are the facility of "last resort" for adoptive parents who can no longer handle the disruption and dispair these children can cause themselves and their families. We train other qualified therapists to treat these often violent and unreachable children.902,747-54,235690,446266536956,98220162017GuideStar
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73INSTITUTE FOR THE NEW MAN DBA FRIENDS OF MANwww.friendsofman.org501(c)3Kit MeadVounteerVolunteers@friendsofman.org(303)798-2342(303)798-2342P.O. Box 937, Littleton, CO 80120 Friends of Man is a charitable organization serving individuals, children and families. Friends of Man uses 100% of donations for charitable purposes, with no money taken out of donations for administrative costs and expenses, which are paid for by the volunteers.1,404,792822,714582,0780582,07820162017GuideStar
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74Integrated Family Community Serviceswww.ifcs.org501(c)3Sandra Blythe-PerryExecutive Directorsandrabp@ifcs.org303-789-0501ifcs@ifcs.org3370 S. Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110To use community resources to provide basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income people, while fostering self-sufficiency and respecting the dignity of each client.2,177,624891,8281,285,7961,285,79620172018
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75INVEST IN KIDSwww.iik.org501(c)3Patrick SablichDirector of Community Relations & Grants Managementpsablich@iik.org(303)839-1808(303)839-18081775 Sherman Street, Suite 2075, Denver, CO 80203Invest in Kids works with communities to improve the health and well-being of young children, particularly those of low-income families, through effective, research-based programs.2,039,499-410,373873,29715765752,449,872More than 55,000 young children and families20162017GuideStar
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76Judi's Housewww.judishouse.org501(c)3Dr. Brook GrieseCo-Founder & CEO, PhDbrook@judishouse.org720-941-0331 x223720-941-0331development@judishouse.org1741 Gaylord Street, Denver, CO 80206Our mission is to help children and families grieving a death find connection and healing.$3,804,177$839,904$969,336$1,994,937$2,964,273Since 2002, Judi’s House has supported more than 9,000 youth 20172018
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77Junior League of Denver, Inc.www.jld.org501(c)3Karen Mayo Finance & Operations Directorkmayo@jld.org303-692-02701140 Delaware Street, Denver, CO 80204The Junior League of Denver, Incorporated, founded in 1918, is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable$813,109$132,331$422,946$257,832$680,77820172018
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78Kingsley Foundationwww.kingsleyfoundation.org501(c)3Summer LarsenPrincipal OfficerNA303-250-7151NA3456 Willow Street, Denver, CO 80238PROVIDE SUPPORT AND SERVICES TO CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES OF SPECIAL NEEDS, SPECIFICALLY, THOSE FAMILIES WHO ARE PROVIDING FOR A CHILD SUFFERING FROM A TERMINAL ILLNESS. THE FOUNDATION WILL HELP TO LIFT THE SPIRITS OF THESE CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES BY PROVIDING PRACTICAL PARENTAL SUPPORT AND FAMILY SERVICES DURING CRITICAL TIMES.$3,550$258$3,292$0$3,29220162017No Email and Website isn't working
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79Laradon Hall Society for Exceptional Children and Adultshttps://www.laradon.org/501(c)3Douglas McNeillCEOdouglas.mcneill@laradon.org720-947-6813303-296-24005100 Lincoln St., Denver, CO 80216Laradon’s mission is to be an organization of excellence that provides superior, individualized services to children and adults with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities, supporting their independence in daily life and maximizing their full potential.$13,696,725$30,940$557,190$9,616,977$13,665,785Laradon operates 14 programs to serve adults and children: two in the Children’s Services area and 12 in the Adult Services area

During Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018) we served 698 individuals.
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80LA Plata Family Centers Coalitionwww.lpfcc.org501(c)3Roseann McDermottExecutive Directorroseann@lpfcc.org970-828-4707970-385-4747mariel@lpfcc.org150 Tech Centers Drive, Suite A, Durango, CO 81301The mission of the organization is: through education, resource networking and positive relationship building, we form respectful, productive family partnerships that create thriving, empowered individuals who are self-reliant and who envision a hopeful future for themselves, their families and their communities.$1,117,902$39,747$441,294$636,861$1,078,15520172018
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81LIFE STORIES CHILD & FAMILY ADVOCACYwww.lifestoriesweld.org501(c)3Gwen SchooleyExecutive Directorgwen@lifestoriesweld.org(970)353-5970(970)353-59701610 29th Avenue Place, Suite 201, Greeley, CO 80634 The mission of Life Stories is to provide advocacy and support for abused or neglected children by advancing coordinated investigations, prosecution and victim services.705,611168,094129,567407950537,517217 children and youth were served 20172018GuideStar
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82LISTEN FOUNDATION INCwww.listenfoundation.org501(c)3Pat GreenwayExecutive Directorinfo@listenfoundation.org(303)781-9440(303)781-94406950 E Belleview Ave, Suite 203, Greenwood Village, CO 80111The Listen Foundation provides for and assists children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families, with access to a proven speech, language, and listening therapy method to help them achieve a life of independence.274,28559,918168,34646021214,36720162017GUideStar
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83Little Star Foundationwww.littlestar.org501(c)3Andrea JaegerPresident andrea@littlestar.org970-948-6056info@littlestar.org256 Rancho Milagro Way, Hesperus, CO 81326To provide long term care & a better quality of life for children , families & communities stricken by disease, poverty, natural disasters & violence. Financial Assistance, Medical Care, Educational Scholarships & Outreach Support Programs are provided free of charge to children, families, communities & caregivers.$10,356,280$5,969,235$4,181,843$205,202$4,387,04520162017
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84LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES ROCKY MOUNTAINS www.lfsrm.org501(c)3Jim BarclayPresident & CEOjim.barclay@lfsrm.org(303)922-3433(303)922-3433363 S Harlan Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80226 Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains offers care and support to the people it serves, regardless of race, religion, gender, age, culture or economic status, to equip them to live full and whole lives. 17,773,250285,1109,173,788831435217,488,14036,256 individual served20172018GuideStar
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85MARC APODACA JR CHILDREN'S GLIOMA CANCER FOUNDATION www.marcjr.org501(c)3Lynette ApodacaExecutive Directorlapodaca@marcjr.org(720)840-4995(720)840-4995PO Box 33042, Denver, CO 80233 The Marc Jr Foundation offers finanical and educational assistance to families facing a Diffused Intrinci Pontine Glioma ("DIPG").9,7802,1387,64207,64220162017GuideStar
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86MELINA WACHTER MEMORIAL FOUNDATION www.foremelina.com501(c)3Desiree WachterPresident foremelina@comcast.net(303)987-1259(303)987-12599055 W Tanforan Drive, Littleton, CO 80123 The Melina Wachter Memorial Foundation was formed in memory of our daughter Melina who passed away from Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Our mission is simple ~ to help children and their families here in Colorado who have been affected by childhood cancer.26,91611,48515,431015,431Helped 35 families in 201620162017GuideStar
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87MESSENGER INTERNATIONAL INCwww.messengerinternational.org501(c)3Vicky CollingsControllervcollings@messengerinternational.org(719)487-3000(719)487-3000PO Box 888, Palmer Lake, CO 80133 Messenger International exists to help individuals, families, churches, and nations
realize and experience the transforming power of God's Word.
7,054,114562,9483,993,84124973256,491,16620172018GuideStar
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88Mile High United Way, Inc.www.unitedwaydenver.org501(c)3Christine BeneroPresident & CEOpresident@unitedwaydenver.org303-561-2336303-433-8383info@unitedwaydenver.org711 Park Avenue West, Denver, CO 80205United people, ideas, and resources to advance the common good.$30,140,155$166,008$21,462,522$8,511,625$29,974,147250,000 people to serve20172018
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89Military Family Voiceswww.militaryfamilyvoices.us501(c)3William KuenningPresident303-933-2375organization@militaryfamilyvoices.usPo Box 271007, Littleton, CO 80127To provide direct support audio voice recordings to United States Military and Families, active, deployed, deploying, downrange, returning and Veterans to help preserve their loved ones’ voices in ultra high quality and to help mitigate the extreme stresses that the high risks, sacrifices and extreme separations cause.$13,810-$59,639$12,370$61,079$73,44920142015Couldn't find newer financial
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90Monte Vista Community Center, Inc.NA501(c)3Pam Espinoza DirectorNA719-852-3215NA2863 Sherman Avenue, Monte Vista, CO 81144EARLY EDUCATION OF LOW INCOME CHILDREN$779,057-$59,683$274,402$564,338$838,74020162017
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91More Maitri, Inc.www.moremaitri.com501(c)3Bethany Frye Executive Directorbeth.maitri@gmail.com303-482-1339moremaitriinc@gmail.com2727 West 92nd Avenue, Federal Heights, CO 80260MORE MAITRI IS A NONPROFIT HUMAN SERVICE AGENCY DEDICATED TO PROVIDING SUPPORT AND SERVICES TO PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.$923,096-$3,221$232,829$693,488$926,31720162017
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92Mountain Resource Center, Inc.www.mrcco.org501(c)3Lorye McLeodCEO (Chief Executive Officer)Lorye@mrcco.org303-838-7552 x12303-838-7552Donna@mrcco.org11030 Kitty Drive, Conifer, CO 80433We strengthen our community with services that empower people.$1,583,632$72,654$715,033$795,945$1,510,97820162017
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93Mountainchild, Inc.mountainchild.org501(c)3Josh DuncanUSA Director of Operationsjoshd@mountainchild.org720-598-736017011 Lincoln Avenue #425, Parker, CO 80134MountainChild derives its values from a Biblical worldview and exists for the purposes of raising awareness, resources, and financial aid for humanitarian work carried out amongst the impoverished children and their villages throughout the Himalayas.$2,186,072$357,866$1,528,673$299,533$1,828,20620162017
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94NEHEMIAH GLOBAL FOUNDATIONwww.nehemiahglobal.org501(c)3Terry R WilliamsExecutive Director & Founderterry@nehemiahglobal.org(702)2036031(702)20360317367 W Grant Ranch Blvd., Suite 2523, Littleton, CO 80123 Make a measurable difference in the communities we serve in providing food and nutrition support to struggling individuals and families.6,250,983-1,6156,252,59806,252,598 Served over half a million people per year20162017GuideStar
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95New Horizons Ministries, Inc.www.newhorizonsministries.net501(c)3Matt LappChief Financial Officermattl@newhorizonsministries.net719-275-52423170 East Main Street, Canon City, CO 81212To provide Christ-centered nurture for children and families in need, share the love of Christ to incarcerated youth and adults, and provide programs and experiences for our staff members that foster spiritual and personal growth.$3,835,646$625,642$1,475,810$1,734,194$3,210,00420162017
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96Now I Lay Me Down To Sleepwww.nowilaymedowntosleep.org501(c)3Beth MulliganOutreach Coordinator720-283-3339headquarters@nilmdts.org7500 E. Arapahoe Ct Ste 2150, Centennial, CO 80112To introduce remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with the free gift of professional portraiture. We believe these images serve as an important step in the family's healing process by honoring their child's legacy.$655,709-$11,111$230,525$436,295$666,82020162017
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97OUR FAMILY ORPHAN COMMUNITIES, INC.www.orphancommunities.org501(c)3Bob MillerExecutive Directorbobm@orphancommunities.org(303)514-6858(303)514-6858P O Box 158, Conifer, CO 80433Our mission is to assist local citizens to build new, small Sustainable Communities, following the detailed plans we provide, which will create opportunities for themselves to have a decent quality of life and create more opportunities for care and adoption of orphans.17,433-7817,511017,51120162017GuideStar
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98Parent Education and Assistance for Kids, Inc.www.peakparent.org501(c)3Barbara BuswellExecutive Directorbbuswell@peakparent.org719-531-9400 x111719-531-9400917 E Moreno Ave Ste 140 No 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80903To provide training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six with the full range of disability conditions with strategies to advocate successfully for their children with disabilities$1,025,720$6,794$486,771$532,155$1,018,92620172018
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99Parent Possiblewww.parentpossible.org501(c)3Heather TrittenExecutive Directorheather@parentpossible.org303-860-6000info@parentpossible.org800 Grant Street Ste 200, Denver, CO 80203Parent Possible's mission is to equip parents of young children with the tools and information to be their child's most valuable teacher, trainer, and mentor in life.$1,830,968$258,605$1,015,730$556,633$1,572,36320162017
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