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Helping Colorado Families

7 Groups that Connect New Moms

These local groups offer moms the chance to connect with other like-minded women in a welcoming community.

Preserving the Stories of Senior Citizens

At just 14, Rebecca Chapman—now a senior at East High School—started the nonprofit, Stories Worth Saving, to preserve the life stories of the older generation.

Inspiring a Love of Books

Imagination Library of Denver was founded to inspire an early love of reading and learning in children.

Advocating for Children in Court

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are needed to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children across Colorado and the nation.

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Support for Abused Children

Bikers Against Child Abuse, an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit, exists to empower victims of child abuse, so they do not have to feel afraid.

Bringing Therapy and Exercise Together

Psychotherapist Brittni Fudge offers Walk and Talk Therapy near her Stapleton office, as a way to make therapy more accessible to many parents.

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Camp Scholarships for Students

The John Austin Cheley Foundation works to remove financial barriers in order to make summer camp possible for more kids.

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Helping Military Families Thrive

Military families get the chance to reconnect and learn valuable communication skills through Project Sanctuary's free six-day retreats in Colorado.

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Teaching Trades to Kids With Autism

High school students with autism can receive school credit in auto mechanics, carpentry, and computer science through TACT.

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