The Get Grounded Foundation team created a resource page that provides opportunities to give back to smaller Colorado nonprofits that are in desperate need of support during this time. This might include fostering pets, making a donation or sharing a social media post. Your efforts can go a very long way.
Retailer Doug Parsons brings his appreciation for finer things and global cultures to White Peacock.
This local nonprofit expands to help more young people with autism realize their potential.
A traveler since infancy, Greenberg roams the globe and shares knowledge with fellow sojourners.
Clothes To Kids of Denver provides free clothing to low-income and in-crisis students.
Koelbel creates not only housing, but a sense of place through its support of arts and programs benefiting children.
With more than 23,000 books to choose from, The Hermitage Bookshop offers something for everyone.
Imagination meets philanthropy at dramatic sculpture exhibit benefiting We Don't Waste.
The Alumia Institute offers education, exercise and nutrition to support brain health.
The public affairs director of Colorado Ski Country USA happily promotes Colorado snow sports.
For both recipient and the donor, charitable giving is rewarding.
Tiffany Rose Goodyear creates sensory experiences for homes, public venues and events.
A decade after Erin Gibbs started the business, it has grown to seven locations.
This organization’s 30 programs help people find jobs, age in place, receive mental health counseling and get food and financial assistance.
With her business partner and fellow musicians, singer creates musical experiences for live events.
Major League Lacrosse player and coach comes out of retirement to rejoin the Denver Outlaws.
Started in Colorado, membership soar as participants find both physical and spiritual benefits.
Helping residents and newcomers to Colorado find a home and community.
Sprinting for more than the finish line.
Locals introduce us to their favorite four- and two-legged friends.
Coworking meets the needs of both employees and business owners.
Doggone good medicine—animals spread comfort and healing in hospitals and beyond.
Helping families build homes and futures.
A fifth-generation Coloradan, French is a veterinarian at the Littleton Equine Medical Center.
Nine dot Arts match original art with businesses and urban environments.
Kids from disadvantaged backgrounds get the benefits that come with bicycle riding due to organization’s work.
News, brews and a commitment to journalism guide television anchor.
Preserving land and a way of life.
Winning at cards and at business.
Regarded as one of the nation’s top schools of its type serving students with autism spectrum disorder.
Colorado Gives—The perfect day and way to support your favorite cause.
Corporate support is essential to maintaining the vibrancy of our community.
The 2018 L’Esprit de Noël Home Tour visits Belcaro and Bonnie Brae this season.
Lighting The Way to a Brighter Future.
Junior League of Denver marks the 100th anniversary of its founding.
As director of Monfort Companies, Kenneth Monfort is busy.
For Simard, senior vice president and board member at Bye Aerospace, life is about connections and collaboration.
Adventure lifestyle company Powdr delivers epic fun. But SVP, Megan Fearnow, never forgets there is a serious side to life.
Women in Kind creates a workplace designed by women, for women. And it works!
Burkett creates the change she wishes to see in the world.
At the touch of a button, Ros' safety and communicaitons device Revlor lets people know you are OK.
Put yourself in a holiday mood with the Central City Opera Guild.
Founder of SpyderLynk, this CU Boulder gratuate is now the VP of data products at Vantive.
Dr. Apryl Steele joins Dumb Friends League to advocate for animals and guide the shelter’s renovation and expansion.
Cuff has been a "strategic, creative and fierce leader" in this organization's efforts to end discrimination of LGBT individuals.
The First and Only Blind Person to Summit Mount Everest and the Seven Summits.
Volunteers are the heart of each of the organization’s 18 chapters.
It is hard to slow Devon Kerns down, and who would want to? He is constantly looking, moving and thinking forward.
Anschuts and Take Note Colorado aim to put instruments and instruction in the hands of all Colorado K-12 students.
A dating app with a difference. Say Allo uses artificial intelligence to make better matches.
Focusing on home automation.
This Denver-based foundation helps sick kids have memorable experiences.
Finding forever homes for canines in Colorado.
When this mom of two is not running or jumping out of planes, she works as a regional sales director for Exclusive Resorts.