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Patrick & Kara Gruber - 2016 Colfax Marathon

by Patrick Gruber

Denver Kids exists to support Denver Public Schools (DPS) students, grades K-12, who face the personal challenges of higher risk environments, to successfully complete high school, pursue a post-secondary option and become contributing members of the community. Learn more at

Denver Kids runners and volunteers are participating in the 2016 Kaiser Permanente Colfax 5K, 10 Miler, Half Marathon, Relay Marathon, and Full Marathon on May 14 and 15, 2016. As a team member I am seeking donations to support my efforts - all contributions benefit the programs of Denver Kids. The goal of Team Denver Kids is to raise $30,000. Join us in making this goal a reality!

Denver Kids believes that all children deserve a chance to reach their highest potential and improving their educational outcomes is critical in helping them do so. Through the passion and dedication of stakeholders like you, Denver Kids is able to have a profound impact on our students' lives. Together we can fundamentally change the futures of young people and the sustainability of our community.

Remember - When making a donation to my campaign, please include my name and Colfax Marathon in the donation comments section.

***Denver Kids is included the Denver Enterprise Zone Tax Credit. This means that donations of cash, check or credit card in the amount of $250 or more to Denver Kids may qualify for the Denver County Enterprise Zone 25% state income tax credit. Stock and other in-kind donations valued at $500 or more qualify for a 12.5% state income tax credit. Complete details and instructions can be found at ***

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Bill's 2016 CFI Campaign

by Bill Middlebrook

Hello 14er Enthusiasts!

This summer I'm trying to raise $50,000 for the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI) and need your help. In 2014 and 2015, my summer campaigns raised approx. $50k each year and I hope we can get there once again. If you haven't already made a donation to the CFI this year, please consider making one through my campaign so we can reach my goal by mid-August. Thank you!

Each year the CFI builds and maintains sustainable trails to accommodate hiking use while minimizing damage to native alpine ecosystems. They also provide on-trail peak stewards to educate hikers about Leave No Trace principles and sustainable recreational practices designed to lessen ecosystem impacts.

During the 2015 summer hiking season, CFI crews worked on 60 projects, on 23 different 14er routes. On the heavily-used Mt. Bierstadt, a second season of reconstruction included teams installing hundreds of steps high on the mountain. A big thanks to Nick Gianoutsos for organizing the 2015 CFI weekend when a large group of members helped the CFI trail crew haul logs up the mountain and install steps. For 2016, Nick has done it again and we'll have a field day the weekend of July 16th, on Quandary Peak.

This summer CFI will head back to Chicago Basin to complete the Mt. Eolus trail project, kick off a project to reconstruct the standard trail on Mt. Columbia, perform some much-needed improvements on Quandary Peak and much more...

Have a great summer!

Bill Middlebrook
Breckenridge, CO

CFI is a Colorado non-profit and donations are tax deductible. If you provide your address when making a donation, the CFI folks will send you a letter which can be used for 2016 tax filing purposes.

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