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1CASA OF THE PIKES PEAK REGION, INC.www.casappr.org501(c)3418 S. Weber Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903 USA
(719)-447-9898CASA 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.1,914,9321,823,4572,036,385Serves approximately 1,700 children per yearMrs. Kristen Nunez
Grant Specialist
kristenn@casappr.org(719)-447-9898
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2SPECIAL KIDS SPECIAL FAMILIESwww.sksfcolorado.org501(c)3424 W Pikes Peak Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80905 USA
(719)447-8983Promote, strengthen, and support individuals with disabilities and their families. Our purpose is to provide support services to families who have a family member with a disability in a manner that provides opportunity to those in need with limited resources1,270,162917,8455,055,959Served 103 children in 2016Linda Ellegard
Executive Director
lellegard@sksfcolorado.org(719)447-8983
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3JUDI'S HOUSEhttp://www.judishouse.org/501(c)31741 Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80206 USA
(720)941-0331Our mission is to help children and families grieving a death find connection and healing.3,264,6852,750,8642,511,012Since 2002, Judi’s House has supported more than 9,000 youth Margaret Bachrach
Director of Development and Communications
MargaretB@judishouse.org(720)941-0331
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4TENNYSON CENTER FOR CHILDREN AT COLORADO CHRISTIAN HOME www.tennysoncenter.org501(c)32950 Tennyson St
Denver, CO 80212 USA
(303)4332541Tennyson Center for Children at Colorado Christian Home is a community of people dedicated to serving children and youth and strengthening families. As professionals and concerned citizens we strive to provide competent and caring treatment, education, and advocacy services that are community-based, family-focused, and child-centered.15,139,04414,426,93311,239,022Kids served in 2015 total 499Ned Breslin
Chief Executive Officer
ned.breslin@tennysoncenter.org(303)4332541
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5RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO INC www.rmhcsoutherncolorado.org501(c)3311 North Logan Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 USA
(719)471-1814RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO'S (RMHCSC) MISSION IS TO LIFT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NEED TO A BETTER TOMORROW IN SUPPORT OF OUR MISSION, WE PROVIDE THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE, THREE RONALD MCDONALD FAMILY ROOMS AND THE RONALD MCDONALD CARE MOBILE TO APPROXIMATELY 4,200 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ANNUALLY1,923,9291,909,108605,427Served 2,300 children and their families. Beth Alessio
Executive Director
Beth@rmhcsoutherncolorado.org(719)471-1814
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6GODS LITTLEST ANGELS INCwww.glahaiti.org501(c)32283 Waynoka Rd Ste A
Colorado Spgs, CO 80915 USA
(719)638-4348God'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.2,055,3131,961,4471,982,411GLA implemented a school sponsorship program for children unable to attend school due to the lack of funds. Today, almost 400 children attend school .Jean A Bell
Director of US Operations
gla-usa@glahaiti.org(719)638-4348
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7SHINING STARS FOUNDATIONwww.shiningstarsfoundation.org501(c)3PO Box 1308
Aspen, CO 81612 USA
970-726-8009Our mission is to transform lives through year-round recreational and social programs for children and their families challenged with pediatric cancer or another life threatening illness. All programs are provided at no cost to the child and their family.452,195322,436669,908750 Families servedRyndi Zastrow
Program-Event Coordinator
ryndi@shiningstarsfoundation.org970-726-8009
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8ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF COLORADO SPRINGS https://www.assistanceleague.org/colorado-springs/501(c)3405 S. Nevada
Colorado Springs, CO 80903 USA
(719)475-2627Assistance 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.1,501,0041,406,684352,841Jan McConnell
Gifts and Grants
AssistanceLeague@centurylink.org(719)475-2627
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9THE ADOPTION EXCHANGE INCwww.adoptex.org501(c)314232 East Evans Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014 USA
(303)755-4756The Adoption Exchange believes every child deserves a family...therefore, we are the connection between children who wait in foster care and families who adopt. We provide expertise and support before, during and after the adoption process.1,909,3311,344,4324,206,898Since its inception, the organization has helped place nearly 9,000 childrenRachel Tibbetts
Vice President of Operations
rtibbetts@adoptex.org(303)755-4756
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10DOLLS FOR DAUGHTERS AND KENZIS KIDZwww.dollsfordaughters.com501(c)350 S. Steele Street Suite 250
Denver, CO 80209 USA
(720)722-3493Dolls 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.186,29519,623576,569Since 2007 more than 26,700 children in Colorado have been given toys and more from this program.Jessica Bachus
Founder and Executive Director
JessicaBachus@dollsfordaughters.com(720)722-3493
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11FRIENDS OF MAN www.friendsofman.org501(c)3P.O. Box 937
Littleton, CO 80120 USA
(303)798-2342Friends 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.14,862,36914,733,015584,966Kit MeadVolunteers@friendsofman.org(303)798-2342
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12MILE HIGH UNITED WAY, INC.www.unitedwaydenver.org501(c)3711 Park Avenue West
Denver, CO 80205 USA
(303)433-8383Working side-by-side with the community, Mile High United Way takes on the biggest, most complex issues facing Metro Denver. Our united approach changes the odds for the children, families, and individuals in our community, and moves them out of poverty.43,461,66339,241,84532,116,574250,000 people to serve Jen Morris
VP Marketing
Jennifer.Morris@unitedwaydenver.org(303)433-8383
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13BRIGHT BY THREEbrightbythree.org501(c)33605 Martin Luther King Blvd
Denver, CO 80205 USA
(303)433-6200To 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.1,899,6071,750,4371,283,54536,564 children benefittedJean McSpadden
Executive Director
jean@bb3.org(303)433-6200
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14THE CHILDRENS FOUNDATION AND FEED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDhttp://www.tcfcares.org501(c)3PO Box 1443
Loveland, CO 80538 USA
(970)402-2272The MISSION of The Children's Foundation is to promote and facilitate financial support to programs that rescue the lives of children in hopeless situations by providing children homes, medical care, nutritional relief and educational programs that develop self-worth, academic success, spiritual foundation and solid economic growth.80,128-145,952494,447In 2017, 85-95 children are being cared for in the casa hogar facilitiesMelanie Kolb
General Administrator
colorado@tcfcares.org(970)402-2272
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15FLORENCE CRITTENTON SERVICES OF COLORADOwww.flocritco.org501(c)396 South Zuni Street
Denver, CO 80223 USA
(720)423-8900Florence Crittenton Services educates, prepares and empowers teen mothers and their children to become productive members of the community.8,228,3426,215,0724,576,711Served 179 ChildrenSuzanne Banning
President and Chief Executive Officer
sbanning@flocritco.org(720)423-8900
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16HOPE IN OUR CITYwww.hopeinourcity.org501(c)32260 S Clarkson St
Denver, CO 80210 USA
(303)823-1918Our mission is to befriend at-risk individuals and families in refugee communities in order to advance their personal lives and contribute to their communities.9,5826,085222,613Jordan Fischer
CEO
jordan@hopeinourcity.org(303)823-1918
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17COLORADO ORTHODONTIC FOUNDATION INC www.thecof.org501(c)3P.O. Box 8513
Denver, CO 80201 USA
(303)501-3691To make orthodontic treatment accessible and affordable to low-income families in Colorado by partnering with local orthodontic professionals.92,35392,353116,822Alexandra Gage
Managing Director
alexandra@coloradoorthodonticfoundation.org(303)501-3691
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18INVEST IN KIDSwww.iik.org501(c)31775 Sherman Street Suite 2075
Denver, CO 80203 USA
(303)839-1808Invest 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.1,788,2651,641,4982,449,872More than 55,000 young children and familiesPatrick Sablich
Director of Community Relations & Grants Management
psablich@iik.org(303)839-1808
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19OUR FAMILY ORPHAN COMMUNITIES, INC.www.orphancommunities.org501(c)3P O Box 158
Conifer, CO 80433 USA
(303)514-6858Our 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.4,5574,15717,511Bob Miller
Executive Director
bobm@orphancommunities.org(303)514-6858
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20RED CIRCLE FOUNDATIONwww.redcirclefoundation.org501(c)3PO Box 631583
Littleton, CO 80163 USA
(202)800-8185Red Circle Foundation provides quick response gap funding and scholarships in support of Special Operations warriors, children and families of the fallen.
213,445203,300242,006Barbara Scott
Executive Director
barbara.scott@redcirclefoundation.org(202)800-8185
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21LISTEN FOUNDATION INCwww.listenfoundation.org501(c)36950 E Belleview Ave Ste 203
Greenwood Village, CO 80111 USA
(303)781-9440The 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.204,463197,455214,367Pat Greenway
Executive Director
info@listenfoundation.org(303)781-9440
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22ARAPAHOE HOUSE, INC.www.arapahoehouse.org501(c)38801 Lipan St
Thornton, CO 80260 USA
(303)412-3601Arapahoe 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.12,667,1996,930,83724,776,811Arapahoe House serves more than 15,000 people each yearAleah Horstman
Director of Development
ahorstman@ahinc.org(303)412-3601
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23HEALTHY LEARNING PATHS INCORPORATED www.healthylearningpaths.org501(c)311258 Decatur Cir
Westminster, CO 80234 USA
(303)464-7191We 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. 36,72334,893180,173Chris Marchioni
Executive Director
info@healthylearningpaths.org(303)464-7191
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24MARC APODACA JR CHILDREN'S GLIOMA CANCER FOUNDATION www.marcjr.org501(c)3PO Box 33042
Denver, CO 80233 USA
(720)840-4995The Marc Jr Foundation offers finanical and educational assistance to families facing a Diffused Intrinci Pontine Glioma ("DIPG").9,9529,9527,642Lynette Apodaca
Executive Director
lapodaca@marcjr.org(720)840-4995
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25HANDS UP FOR THE CHILDRENwww.handsupforthechildren.org501(c)3PO BOX 100224
DENVER, CO 80250
(720)295-5455While 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.500 children and their familiesJill Stamford Horch
VISSIONARY
JILL@HANDSUPFORTHECHILDREN.ORG(720)295-5455
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26MELINA WACHTER MEMORIAL FOUNDATION www.foremelina.com501(c)39055 W Tanforan Dr
Littleton, CO 80123 USA
(303)987-1259The 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.29,38229,38215,431Helped 35 families in 2016Desiree Wachter
President
foremelina@comcast.net(303)987-1259
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27TRI LAKES CARES www.tri-lakescares.org501(c)3PO Box 1301
Monument, CO 80132 USA
(719)481-4864Tri-Lakes Cares is a community based, volunteer supported, resource center whose purpose is to improve people's lives through emergency, self-sufficiency and relief programs.784,008738,2411,623,4141619 people Haley Chapin
Executive Director
executivedirector@tri-lakescares.org(719)481-4864
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28ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUMAN SERVICESwww.rmhumanservices.org501(c)39900 E Iliff Ave
Denver, CO 80231 USA
(303) 636-3833TO PROVIDE A WIDE VARIETY OF SERVICES TO VULNERABLE POPULATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INDIVIDUALS WITHIN THE STATE OF COLORADO WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY, INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING SERVICES THROUGH TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES (TANF) AND RETURNING MILITARY INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY15,885,823-906,53538,822,334Serves over 6,000 Colorado residents Shari Repinski
Executive Director
srepinski@rmhumanservices.org(303) 636-3833
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29CHILDRENS HOUSE PRESCHOOL INCwww.childrenshousepreschool.org501(c)33370 Iris Walk Ct
Boulder, CO 80304 USA
303-444-6432The 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.466,705445,400279,377Served children and families from 26 different home languages. Michael Knuckey
Business Director
Michael@childrenshousepreschool.org303-444-6432
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30FOCUS POINTS FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER www.focuspoints.org501(c)32501 E 48th Ave
Denver, CO 80216 USA
(303)292-0770The mission of Focus Points Family Resource Center is to help build better communities by strengthening families.4,711,0214,405,14818,686,163Will serve over 1,200 families in the 2017-18Steven Moss
Executive Director
steven@focuspoints.com(303)292-0770
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31GROWING HOME INChttp://www.growinghome.org501(c)33489 W. 72nd Ave, Suite 110
Westminster, CO 80030 USA
(303)426-0430Our vision is to see the community working together so all children and their families have a place to call home, food on the table, and the opportunity to pursue their dreams.
Growing Home Houses the Homeless, Feeds Families, and Helps Children Succeed.
2,592,2412,228,3622,090,379In 2015 more than 5,000 families were servedPell Fender
Development Director
pell@growinghome.org(303)426-0430
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32PROJECT SELF-SUFFICIENCY OF LOVELAND-FORT COLLINSwww.bringthepower.org501(c)3375 W 37th St Suite 150
Loveland, CO 80538 USA
(970)635-5912At Project Self-Sufficiency, we believe that single-parents should have the opportunity to create a vibrant future for themselves and their children. Every day, we partner with moms and dads living in poverty to accomplish their goals of obtain a degree and a well-paying job, because when families are able to support themselves, our community is stronger.1,684,6101,631,3611,150,655Each year, serving over 160 Participants and their familiesAudrey McElwain
Associate Director
audrey@bringthepower.org(970)635-5912
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33ADAM'S CAMPwww.adamscamp.org501(c)36767 So. Spruce St. Ste 102
Centennial, CO 80112 USA
(303)563-8290The 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.2,177,6242,113,7791,285,796Karel Horney
Executive Director
karel@adamscamp.org(303)563-8290
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34CENTRO DE LA FAMILIAwww.elcentrodelafamilia.org501(c)3122 E. Las Animas St.
Colorado Spgs, CO 80903 USA
(719)2279170The 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.25,98623,758183,996Sandra L Hernández
Executive Director
centro@joimail.com(719)2279170
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35REACHING OUT TO COMMUNITY AND KIDSwww.dovecreekrocks.com501(c)3Po Box 364
Dove Creek, CO 81324 USA
(970)739-3562Reaching out to support, community and kids by providing resources such as food, services, and community activities.
With a vision we are proud of, making a difference everywhere and anywhere we can.
Building a stronger, more prosperous and healthier community whose citizens are always proud to call home.
25,01325,01369,119Carol Howell
Executive Director
rock.dc13@gmail.com(970)739-3562
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36REGIONAL HOME VISITATION PROGRAM DBA BABY BEAR HUGS www.babybearhugs.org501(c)3201 S Main
Yuma, CO 80759 USA
(970)848-5274The mission of Baby Bear Hugs is to promote positive parenting, enhance family strengths, and prevent abuse and neglect of infants and children.120,732120,732926,306326 families received ongoing
home visits
Ruth Seedorf
Executive Director
ruth.seedorf@babybearhugs.org(970)848-5274
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37CASA UNIDA FOUNDATIONwww.casaunidafoundation.com501(c)31112 S. Eaton Street
Lakewood, CO 80232 USA
(303)922-2470To 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.1,0001,00094,597Gayle Munds
special project manager
Gmunds40@gmail.com(303)922-2470
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38A PRECIOUS CHILD INCwww.apreciouschild.org501(c)3557 Burbank Street Unit E
Broomfield, CO 80020 USA
(303)466-4272A Precious Child provides children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential.1,557,0461,514,3855,732,652Served 33,588 children and 2,628 adults in 2015Carina Martin
CEO
contactus@apreciouschild.org(303)466-4272
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39EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATION www.efaa.org501(c)31575 Yarmouth Ave
Boulder, CO 80304 USA
(303)442-3042EFAA 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.7,883,3126,832,6054,052,592Served 5,722 peopleAshley Rumble
Director of Development
ashley@efaa.org(303)442-3042
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40FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER DENVER INC.www.familypromiseofgreaterdenver.org501(c)3P.O. Box 40550
Denver, CO 80204 USA
(303)675-0713Our mission is to help families experiencing homelessness by providing emergency shelter, meals and supportive services on their path to self-sufficiency.275,030264,642349,601Since 1997, helped more than 1,100 families, including 2,000 children!Allie Card
Executive Director
acard@familypromiseofgreaterdenver.org(303)675-0713
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41ACCESS HOUSING OF ADAMS COUNTY INCwww.acchouse.org501(c)36978 Colorado Blvd
Commerce City, CO 80022 USA
303-289-7078The mission of ACCESS Housing, Inc. is to help families regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency and sustain permanent housing. 2,014,4871,647,747766,962867 families comprised of 2,277 adults and childrenAlicia A Aguilar
Director of Programs
Alicia@acchouse.org303-289-7078
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42INSTITUTE FOR THE NEW MAN DBA FRIENDS OF MANwww.friendsofman.org501(c)3P.O. Box 937
Littleton, CO 80120 USA
(303)798-2342Friends 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.14,862,36914,833,015584,986Kit Mead
Volunteer
Volunteers@friendsofman.org(303)798-2342
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43EL PUEBLO BOYS & GIRLS RANCH, INC. www.elpueblokids.org501(c)31 El Pueblo Ranch Way
Pueblo, CO 81006 USA
(719)544-7496El 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 community13,981,43210,146,1017,023,438Jimmy Cardinal
COO
Jimmy.Cardinal@ElPuebloKids.Net(719)544-7496
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44SANTAS ELVES KIDS GIVING TO KIDS INCwww.kidsgiving365.org501(c)39249 S Broadway Unit 200 - 130
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 USA
(720) 515-5692KidsGiving365 mission is to inspire life-long giving in all ages, especially children. We design opportunities for others to make a difference in the lives and communities around them.66,10166,10171,793In 2016 that served over 7,000 participants.Laura Lochenlochenl@santaselvesdenver.org(720) 515-5692
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45RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO INC www.rmhcsoutherncolorado.org501(c)3311 North Logan Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 USA
(719)471-1814RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO'S (RMHCSC) MISSION IS TO LIFT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NEED TO A BETTER TOMORROW IN SUPPORT OF OUR MISSION, WE PROVIDE THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE, THREE RONALD MCDONALD FAMILY ROOMS AND THE RONALD MCDONALD CARE MOBILE TO APPROXIMATELY 4,200 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ANNUALLY1,923,9291,909,108605,427Served 2,300 children and their families.Beth Alessio
Executive Director
Beth@rmhcsoutherncolorado.org
(719)471-1814
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46I HAVE A DREAM FOUNDATION OF BOULDER COUNTYhttp://www.ihaveadreamboulder.org501(c)35390 Manhattan Circle Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80303 USA
(303)444-3636The 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.7,256,8246,334,7502,074,318Overall, the organization has served over 1,000 Lori Canova
CEO
Lori.Canova@ihaveadreamboulder.org(303)444-3636
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47COMMUNITY MINISTRY OF SOUTHWEST DENVER www.comministry-denver.org501(c)31755 S Zuni St
Denver, CO 80223 USA
(303)935-3428The 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.347,570344,331980,591Joyce Neufeld
Executive Director
contact@comministry-denver.org(303)935-3428
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48MESSENGER INTERNATIONAL INCwww.messengerinternational.org501(c)3PO Box 888
Palmer Lake, CO 80133 USA
(719)487-3000Messenger International exists to help individuals, families, churches, and nations
realize and experience the transforming power of God's Word.
5,578,6294,491,0596,010,213Vicky Collings
Controller
vcollings@messengerinternational.org(719)487-3000
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49LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES ROCKY MOUNTAINS www.lfsrm.org501(c)3363 S Harlan St Ste 200
Denver, CO 80226 USA
(303)922-3433Lutheran 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. 4,273,2093,059,40416,723,78436,256 individual servedJim Barclay
President/CEO
jim.barclay@lfsrm.org(303)922-3433
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50FAMILY GARDENwww.family-garden.org501(c)3600 S Airport Rd Bldg B
Longmont, CO 80503 USA
(303) 678-1144The Family Garden's mission is to be a gathering place offering education, inspiration and community for families throughout pregnancy, childbirth and early childhood.86,46981,18366,622Debbie Lane
Executive DIrector
debbie@family-garden.org(303) 678-1144
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51LIFE STORIES CHILD & FAMILY ADVOCACYwww.lifestoriesweld.org501(c)31610 29th Ave. Pl. Suite 201
Greeley, CO 80634 USA
(970)353-5970The mission of Life Stories is to provide advocacy and support for abused or neglected children by advancing coordinated investigations, prosecution and victim services.650,297588,556485,862217 children and youth were served Gwen Schooley
Executive Director
gwen@lifestoriesweld.org(970)353-5970
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52WARREN VILLAGE INC.www.warrenvillage.org/501(c)31323 Gilpin St
Denver, CO 80218 USA
(303)321-2345Warren Village exists so low income, single parent families in Denver, Colorado can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.8,744,6858,071,7544,133,610 The organization has served
over 4,600 since its founding in 1974.
Ethan Hemming
President and CEO
ehemming@warrenvillage.org(303)321-2345
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53NEW HORIZONS MINISTRIES INCwww.newhorizonsministries.net501(c)3PO Box 1500
Canon City, CO 81215 USA
(719)271-5242To 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.5,078,6754,926,3262,860,449Matt Lapp
Chief Financial Officer
mattl@newhorizonsministries.net(719)271-5242
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54YMCA OF BOULDER VALLEYhttp://www.ymcabv.org/501(c)32800 Dagny Way
Lafayette, CO 80026 USA
(303)664-5455At the Y, Strengthening community is our cause. We serve three crucial areas of focus to help individuals, families and communities learn, grow and thrive.17,158,66611,044,705126,386,611Chris Coker
President & CEO
Chris.Coker@ymcabv.org(303)664-5455
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55BRIGHT BY THREEwww.brightbythree.org501(c)33605 Martin Luther King Blvd
Denver, CO 80205 USA
(303)433-6200To 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.1,899,6071,750,4371,283,545 Jean McSpadden
Executive Director
jean@bb3.org(303)433-6200
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56FAMILIES FIRST INCwww.FamiliesFirstColorado.org501(c)32163 S Yosemite St
Denver, CO 80231
(303)745-0327The 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.2,762,2012,703,5911,284,0142615 children benefited from the serviceJo Blum
Director of Major Gifts
Jo@FamiliesFirstColorado.org(303)745-0327
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57INSTITUTE FOR ATTACHMENT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENTWWW.INSTITUTEFORATTACHMENT.ORG501(c)35911 S. Middlefield Rd. Ste. 103
Littleton, CO 80123 USA
303-674-1910We 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.300,385145,160956,982Forrest Lien
Executive Director
forrest@instituteforattachment.org303-674-1910
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58NEHEMIAH GLOBAL FOUNDATIONwww.nehemiahglobal.org501(c)37367 W Grant Ranch Blvd # 2523 Littleton, CO 80123 USA(702)2036031Make a measurable difference in the communities we serve in providing food and nutrition support to struggling individuals and families.27,50027,5006,253 Served over half a million people per yearTerry R Williams
Founder/Executive Director
terry@nehemiahglobal.org(702)2036031
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59 THE RISE SCHOOL OF DENVER WWW.RISEDENVER.ORG501(c)3 4949 E EASTMAN AVE
DENVER, CO 80222
3037567473 THE RISE SCHOOL OF DENVER IS TO PROVIDE THE HIGHEST QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FOR ALL CHILDREN, INCLUDING CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.
THEIR GOALS IS TO PROVIDE FAMILY-CENTERED SERVICES DESIGNED TO MEET THE INDIVIDUALIZED NEEDS OF ALL CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
1,094,925886,284740,021Serving approximately 50 children. Suzanne Adams
&
Lindley McCrary
CO-CHAIRS
office@risedenver.org (303) 756-7473
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60 FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER frcsterling.org501(c)3 120 MAIN ST
STERLING , CO 80751
9705262439 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.468,999349,602375,378 Justin Coughlin
President
Bank of Colorado
ustin.Coughlin@bankofcolorado.com 970-526-2439
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61TEAMMATES FOR KIDS FOUNDATIONWWW.TEAMMATES4KIDS.COM501(c)3
1900 Wazee St #205
Denver, CO 80202 USA
(303)759-9777In partnership with professional athletes, corporations, foundations, celebrities and individual teammates, we help children in the areas of health, education and inner city. We do this in a number of ways, from funding Child Life Zones and supporting Child Life programs in pediatric hospitals, to sports and recreation for inner city children and providing educational opportunities for the underprivileged.8,838,08843,241,6042,288,515
Helped over 110,000 patients and families in 2013.
Jason C Grahame
Operations
jason@tfkk.com(303)759-9777
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62DENVER FAMILY INSTITUTE INCDENVERFAMILYINSTITUTE.COM501(c)3
3600 S Yosemite St Ste 1050
Denver, CO 80237
(303) 756-3340Denver 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.377,725111,960385,063Jamie Leach, LPC
Executive Director
info@denverfamilyinstitute.org303-756-3340
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63JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF COLORADOwww.jewishfamilyservice.org501(c)3
3201 S. Tamarac Drive
Denver, 80231
(303) 597-5000The mission of Jewish Family Service is to restore well-being to the vulnerable throughout the greater Denver community by delivering services based on Jewish values.18,995,29417,081,04011,013,953Every year, the agency benefits nearly 25,000 people of all ages, faiths, and incomes.
Gail Pennington
Director, Finance & Accounting Services
gpennington@jewishfamilyservice.org
(303) 597-5000
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64SAVIO HOUSEwww.saviohouse.org501(c)3
325 King Street
Denver, CO 80219
303-225-4100
(303) 225 4100Savio is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Colorado’s Front Range. Our organization provides specialized support, treatment, and intervention services that have been proven to promote child safety and effective parenting, and to stabilize adolescents in family care and other environments of long term support.

12,746,42111,666,57413,301,917Served 1,891 clients and their families or 5,865 individuals in 2015.
Bonnie Reeser Trowbridge
Director of Development
btrowbridge@saviohouse.org(303) 225 4100
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65GRIFFITH CENTERS FOR CHILDREN INCwww.griffithcenters.org501(c)3
1724 Gilpin Street
Denver, CO 80218 USA
(303)237-6865The mission of Griffith Centers for Children is to strengthen Colorado communities one family at a time

3,315,7931,716,9717,848,304Served 40,000 children and families. Jamie Sachtjen
jamie.sachtjen@griffithcenters.org
(303) 237-6865
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66DENVER CHILDREN'S HOMEwww.denverchildrenshome.org501(c)3
1501 Albion St
Denver, CO 80220 USA
(303)399-4890DCH restores hope and health to traumatized children and families through a comprehensive array of therapeutic, educational and community-based services.7,674,6957,351,5885,719,597Sarah Friedman
Development Director
sfriedman@denverchildrenshome.org
(303)399-4890
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67ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDRENS HEALTH FOUNDATION
rmchildren.org501(c)35394 Marshall St., Suite 400
Arvada, CO 80002 USA
(303)839-6782TO ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION.435174737927243241761Served over 5,000 pediatric patients and their families this year.Megan Ferry
Development Officer
megan.ferry@rmchildren.org(303)839-6782
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68HOPE AND HOMEwww.hopeandhome.org
501(c)34945 N. 30th St., Third Floor
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
(719) 575-9887Hope & 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. 365486614872013053010Bridgette Wright
Director of Development
bmwright@hopeandhome.org(719) 575-9887
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69THERE WITH CAREtherewithcare.org501(c)32825 Wilderness Place Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80301
(303) 447 2273Our mission is to provide a wide range of meaningful and fundamental services to children and families during the critical phase of a medical crisis. 168509416050681818899Served 2,700 families.Paula DuPre' Pesmen
Executive Director
paula@therewithcare.org(303) 447 2273
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70SAGUACHE COUNTY COMMUNITY COUNCIL centerheadstart.wixsite.com/centerheadstart/501(c)3301 EAST 3RD STREET BOX 1240
CENTER, CO 81125
(719) 754-3191TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO FINANCIALLY CHALLENGED FAMILIES AND CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.192542017881261026329ANNETTE MARTINEZ
Director
annettemartinez@centurytel.net(719) 754-3191
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71RALSTON HOUSEwww.ralstonhouse.net
501(c)310795 W 58th Ave
Arvada, CO 80002 USA
(720) 898-6745The mission of Ralston House is to stop the abuse and start the healing. Ralston House provides professional, comprehensive services for sexually, physically and/or emotionally abused children and their families in a safe place, so they can share their stories and begin to heal.163972415304741080615Serving over 1,000 children per year.Tara Roesener
Development Officer
troesener@arvada.org(720) 898-6745
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72RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO INC rmhcsoutherncolorado.org501(c)3311 North Logan Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 USA
(719)471-1814RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN COLORADO KEEPS FAMILIES WITH CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN CLOSE TO EACH OTHER AND PROVIDES THE CARE AND RESOURCES THEY NEED, WHEN THEY NEED IT MOST.19239291909108605427Served over over 10,000 families a safe, comfortable
space to stay
Beth Alessio
Executive Director

Beth@rmhcsoutherncolorado.org
(719) 471-1814
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73DOLLS FOR DAUGHTERS AND KENZIS KIDZ www.dollsfordaughters.com501(c)350 S. Steele Street Suite 250
Denver, CO 80209 USA
(720)722-3493Dolls 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.18629519623576569From 2007 to 2015, 26724 kids were servedJessica Bachus
Founder and Executive Director
JessicaBachus@dollsfordaughters.com(720)722-3493
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