We hope everyone is doing well this holiday season and is looking forward to winter festivities. We are so thankful to have all of you in our lives, and wanted to share a wonderful opportunity happening in Colorado next Tuesday, December 5th. As financial advisors, we have the opportunity to work with a variety of non-profits. We’d like to share a bit about each of these, and hope that you’ll consider them in your giving. While we encourage giving everyday, this day increases your impact through a partial match through a $1 million Incentive Fund.
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado
The Alliance for Sustainable Colorado (the Alliance) is working at the leading edge of sustainability to support a healthy planet, a strong community, and a thriving economy. The Alliance creates solutions through the strength of partnerships, which grow from their community of tenants including non-profit and for-profit organizations that are working on sustainability-related issues. Your gift helps the Alliance connect people and inspire impact for a sustainable and equitable future.
Learn more here!
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Cottonwood Institute (CI)
CI is committed to inspiring the next generation by engaging underserved public school students to become critical thinkers, problem-solvers, leaders, and to have a strong work ethic to prepare them for college and the workforce. CI does this all in a setting we love – outside, which helps foster an appreciation for the environment. CI helps remove some of the barriers to explore the outdoors, including gear, food, transportation, and professional instruction. CI is also a tenant at The Alliance Center!
To learn more click here
Be a supporter today
Denver Bike Sharing owns and operates Denver B-cycle, a comprehensive, city-wide bike sharing system in Denver to promote health, quality of life and preservation of the environment. Denver B-cycle offers residents and visitors an alternative form of public transportation, that complements and is integrated into the city’s transportation system. Donations support everything from helmets, lights, seats, and even more bikes.
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Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK)
Established in 1996, ELK develops inspired and responsible leaders through science education, outdoor experiences and career exploration for underserved, culturally diverse youth, ages 5-25. Each year they reach over 5,000 children. They are currently focused on fundraising for the creation and development of the ELK Education Center and Montbello Open Space Park
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