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36 Commuting Solutions
We enhance the mobility of commuters along the US 36 corridor for today and the future. We create positive change for the US 36 corridor by connecting commuters to carpools, vanpools, Bus Rapid Transit, walking and bicycling options. Our membership of public entities, businesses and individuals shares a vision that keeps us on the leading edge of sustainable transportation solutions to decrease traffic congestion and air pollution and improve the quality of life along the US 36 corridor.
3Hopeful Hearts provides bereaved parents and families opportunities to honor, find hope and seek healing through events, support, education and remembrance. Your support will allow 3Hopeful Hearts to continue the many services and support provided to these families.
Grow it forwardby Paul Brown through 3Hopeful Hearts
I'm helping 3Hopeful Hearts by opening up a matching fund drive to "Grow it Forward". 3HH has helped me directly through support, education and counseling. I have lost two sons, Griffin and Harrison and am intimately aware of the tragedy and disruption the loss of a child brings to a family. 3HH has worked with hundreds of families in Northern Colorado, giving back to those who are enduring a loss. The women of 3Hopeful Hearts provide a service that must be grown and nurtured. Please join me in thanking and acknowledging this more than worthy cause by making a generous donation today.
4 Paws 4 Life Rescue
4 Paws 4 Life Dog Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing dogs from overpopulated, high-kill shelters and contributing to achieving a no-kill nation. We work with our community and other rescue partners to save dogs every single day. We provide them with temporary care, medical attention and forever homes. We believe every dog is special and every dog deserves a long, happy and healthy life. We believe in a no-kill nation. We believe in you! Thank you for donating today!
Heart to Heartby 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue through 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue
Their owner died. They were surrendered to the local shelter. Both were Heartworm positive and scheduled to be euthanized. The HEART TO HEART Program enabled us to provide them both with foster care and treatment. The program continued to pay for their treatment, even after they were in their forever homes, until they were well again. The average cost per dog is nearly $1,000.00. Too costly for most non-profit organizations to support, sadly making these dogs prime candidates for euthanization in shelters too. Our aim is to save at least 1 heartworm positive dog every single week in 2015. More if the funding allows. That means 52+ more rescued dogs, 4% - 5% of all dogs we save each year. Calla (photo attached), Posey, Margo and Fancy are only a few of the many we saved in 2014. All of which are healthy and living happily ever after in their forever homes, thanks to our community. Please support the Heart to Heart Program today and be a proud donor who helped us save just one more life. Thank you for your continued support.
TLCby 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue through 4 Paws 4 Life Rescue
Babe was rescued by Animal Control after she'd been hit by a car. The accident caused a broken femur, broken pelvis and a broken hip but her recent orthopedic surgery was a huge success. Babe is well on her way to a full recovery in her loving foster home and will be ready for adoption soon. The Tough Luck Chuck Program's aim is to save injured dogs. These dogs are given priority for euthanization in shelters across the country. Caring for dogs with special needs takes effort, patience, love and medical attention; all of which we at 4 Paws 4 Life can provide for them. Once the dogs have healed, they can attend our adoption events and begin searching for their new family, giving them a chance at life they would not otherwise have had. Of course, surgery is costly and ranges from $350. - $1,000., depending on the injury. So we created this program to dedicated funds especially for them. Babe, Brownie and Cowgirl are only a few that we recently rescued. Babe is just about ready to for adoption. With your help, we'll rescue one every week from shelters, who are otherwise next to be euthanized. Visit our website to see the dogs in this program right now. www.4p4l.org
40 West Arts
Help support the revitalization of historic West Colfax through arts and culture. Our purpose is to give local creatives: -A connection to a state-designated creative district -A forum for social & professional dialogue with creative peers -Galleries & other venues to show/sell their work -A conduit to "Call for Artists" revenue opportunities -Resources to help expand their creativity and their business Help us continue the renaissance of West Colfax!
KCME is a trusted source of quality classical music and arts content for the people of Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado. We are dedicated to a vital cultural community by sharing the artistic voices of Colorado Springs and the world, through broadcasting, digital platforms, and community engagement.
A Child's Dream
A Child's Dream was founded to grant dreams to children and youth who are terminally or chronically ill, injured,or low income in Larimer County. We recognize there are many children, due to physical limitations or financial struggles, who are never exposed to opportunities to help them see the hope and possibility that exists in the world and our community. By granting dreams to children and youth, A Child's Dream provides them with opportunities they may not otherwise receive.
A Child's Song
A Child's Song Mission Statement & Philosophy Bringing families together one song at a time ... A Child's Song, Inc. provides music education and appreciation for the entire family in order to fully develop the brain on individual, group, and community levels in an atmosphere and environment that nurtures, advances, and preserves the art of creating music. A Child's Song is an integral hub in the community for music, movement, and visual arts.
A Kid's Place
On average, there are 1,500 reports of child abuse and neglect in Weld County a year. In FY 2014-2015, The Child Advocacy Center served 285 child victims and 541 non-offending family members. The CASA Program, with 85 CASA volunteers (Court Appointed Special Advocates) served 188 abused and neglected children. Though we are very proud of the success of our programs the need is still very large. Your donation could help us give more abused children a voice.