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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Colorado
The Center was founded in 1976 as the first gay advocacy organization in Denver. At a time when the vast majority of gays and lesbians were in the closet, The Center quickly became a safe haven of acceptance and empowerment; and it is upon this foundation that the organization has grown over the past 40 years. Now the largest community center of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region, The Center is the LGBT community's hub for information, social activities, support, and advocacy.
We believe that everyone should sing - in the shower, the car, or with a choir. While some consider this a self-indulgent pursuit research shows choir members are more generous, more likely to be leaders, more likely to be involved in the political process, and have better social skills. Help us continue to provide world-class choral performance and education initiatives while making our community a better place.
Hike for Hungerby Ruth Warren
Join me as I hike hard, and often, this month for Hunger Free Colorado. Being the Board Chair, you understand my commitment to ending hunger in Colorado. We have done such a great job so far by increasing the number of children who have access to breakfast during the school year. We have also, since I joined the board, helped increase the number of summer lunch sites from 200 to 600 in 2016. And we helped pass legislation that will improve the efficiency and effectiveness by which the counties administer the food stamp program so that people will have greater access to food. Please help me with my $2000 matching grant and give to Hike for Hunger.
Hike for Hungerby Rebecca Schroer
In tens of thousands of homes across the state, our neighbors strive for a brighter future but struggle to make ends meet, whether due to a minimum-wage job, health issue, job loss or other life storm. Parents go without to feed their children. Too many kids start the school day hungry, unable to focus on learning. And, after a lifetime of working, Colorado seniors are left to fend for themselves and face the question: Do I buy needed medication or food?
Though hunger is a serious-and often invisible-problem in Colorado, it is solvable. Hunger Free Colorado is a statewide nonprofit organization, launched in 2009, connecting people to food resources and fueling change in systems, policies and social views, so no Coloradan goes hungry.
Hike for Hunger is taking place throughout the month of July to raise money for Hunger Free Colorado. I have committed to five hikes during the month of July. Please sponsor me by donating to Hunger Free Colorado.
Please see www.hikeforhunger.org for more information.