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Douglas County Gives

Directory of Giving of Time, Talent and Treasure in Douglas County

 

Alternatives Pregnancy Center

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network

CALF – Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation

Castle Rock Senior (Community) Center

Chelsea Hutchison Foundation

Children’s Advisory Network

Douglas County Community Foundation

Douglas County Educational Foundation

 

Douglas County Libraries Foundation

Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation

Douglas Land Conservancy

Douglas/Elbert Task Force

Frontier Labourers for Christ

HawkQuest

Highlands Ranch Park and Recreation
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Hope’s Promise

Mesa Verde Foundation

Project ReCycle

SECOR Food Bank

SkyView Academy Foundation

Teen with a Dream

Wellspring Community

 

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Alternatives Pregnancy Center 

Alternatives Pregnancy Center has been serving the Douglas County community for twenty years with help and hope for women, teens and men in unintended pregnancy.
         
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Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network is a private, nonprofit 501 (c) (3) corporation providing professional, comprehensive health care specializing in mental health and substance abuse services, for the communities of Arapahoe & Douglas Counties. We offer programs for adults, seniors, families, couples and children. These services include counseling, psychiatry, crisis services, substance abuse treatment, victim services, an adult acute treatment unit, services to the criminal justice system, vocational and social rehabilitation, and school-based services. Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network has an on-site pharmacy. We offer community education, wellness programs and a Speakers Bureau.
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CALF – Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation

Connecting People to Agriculture through educational programs, community projects and special events is our daily mission.  CALF’s historic Lowell Ranch on Plum Creek provides the perfect rural setting for people of all ages to experience first hand the importance of agriculture in their everyday life.
        
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Castle Rock Senior (Community) Center

The mission of the Castle Rock Senior Center is to provide educational, social, healthful and recreational programs. The Center also assists in providing for the transportation needs of Douglas County seniors and others, as approved by the Board of Directors.The Center provided over 10,000 rides last year to medical appointments, grocery stores, congregate meal sites and other local destinations. These rides are provided on a donation basis. The majority of our riders are extremely low to low income earners and most make little or no trip donations. Donations are very much appreciated and put into the budget to leverage more trips for our rider clients.In 2012 the Center provided over 1575 activities and events and had over 34,000 in participants for these programs.The Center welcomed 20,546 guests throughout the year. We are a very active Center and seek donation assistance so that we can continue the programs and services we provide. Thank you!
        
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The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation is a Colorado non-profit corporation formed by Julie and Doug Hutchison to provide help to individuals who have epilepsy.  Funds raised by this Foundation provide grants for trained seizure-response dogs and seizure movement monitors for those in need.  The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation is named for Julie and Doug’s beloved daughter, Chelsea, who died in her sleep during a seizure in April of 2009.  SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) was the cause of her death.  During the 6 years that Chelsea had seizures, no one over told the Hutchisons a seizure could take her life, other than through an accidental fall or drowning.   As a result of that omission, The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation raises SUDEP Awareness so other families are not blindsided. 
        
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Children’s Advisory Network

Working to help children of all income levels communicate their wants and needs in their daily lives through speech, language and hippotherapy!
        

Douglas County Community Foundation

The Douglas County Community Foundation is committed to promoting the highest quality of community life by developing philanthropic resources to meet the needs of the Douglas County community. The Foundation serves as a responsible steward for permanent endowments and creates partnerships in philanthropy.
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 DCEF  Douglas County Educational Foundation
 The purpose of the Douglas County Educational Foundation is to develop resources to enrich education within Douglas County schools. Please join us as we support those who “Learn Today. Lead Tomorrow.”
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Douglas County Libraries Foundation

 Playing a vital role in the life of our community by providing resources for the Library District to serve children and families. donate to the Foundation today and provide the opportunity for all young minds, young at heart and all ages to “discover, innovate and explore.”
   
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Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation

At DCVMF we are dedicated to supporting our very own hero’s, our Veterans and their family’s right here in Douglas County. While the Government provides numerous resources, there are still so many areas where they fall short. Our Vision is to bridge any gaps and offer resources and services through our special programs such as our special needs grant and transportation program that will aid in getting our veterans to their essential Medical & VA appointments.
        

Douglas Land Conservancy

The Douglas Land Conservancy is a non-partisan, non-profit land trust dedicated to the protection and conservation of the natural character, habitat, and open space of the central front range region of Colorado, including Douglas County and surrounding areas.
        

Douglas/Elbert Task Force

The Douglas/Elbert Task Force endeavors to meet the immediate needs of residents of Douglas and Elbert Counties who are in financial distress and at risk of becoming homeless, to help them work through troublesome times with dignity.
        
FLClogo_New Slogan  Frontier Labourers for Christ
Frontier Labourers for Christ is a non-profit organization based in Highlands Ranch and supported by many churches and volunteers in Colorado. We work to building strong communities in the Golden Triangle of Southeast Asia among tribal people groups with a whole-person approach to outreach, education, and development.
        

 HawkQuest

HawkQuest’s approach to education is participatory, allowing the audience to experience eagles, hawks, owls and falcons at close range. HawkQuest’s goal is to make education both meaningful and fun, while creating an atmosphere which fosters respect for our land and the stewardship of all living things. Our message concerning the importance of biodiversity and the finality of extinction is interwoven with discussions of the raptors’ place in our ecosystem.
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 Highlands Ranch Parks and Recreation Foundation

The Highlands Ranch Park & Recreation Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, works hand in hand with the Highlands Ranch Metro District to preserve, enhance and advocate for Highlands Ranch parks, recreation, open space and urban forest projects. The foundation accomplishes this by creating a community of donors and raising private funds for park and recreation projects.
    
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Hope’s Promise

HOPE’S PROMISE is a Christian, non-profit child placement agency licensed by the State of Colorado. We facilitate both domestic and international adoptions. HOPE’S PROMISE was founded in 1990 by Paula Freeman, after she and her husband adopted their daughter, Hope, from India. HOPE’S PROMISE has been serving both birth and adoptive families since that time.In 2002, HOPE’S PROMISE launched the Hope’s Promise Orphan Ministries (HPOM) division. With the staggering number of orphans worldwide, HPOM was created in order to care for fatherless and orphaned children around the world by opening small family homes in the countries of the children’s origin. These families offer a place of refuge, where the children are embraced and nurtured to adulthood. Each family home offers a high standard of care for the children where they feed, teach, heal and share Christ’s love. 
        
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  Mesa Verde Foundation

Mesa Verde Foundation, established in 1997, is a philanthropic partner of Mesa Verde National Park and provides financial resources to support the park in protecting its cultural, natural, and wilderness values. The foundation seeks funding for preservation and other projects within the park in order to promote an understanding and appreciation for this unique national treasure, right here in Colorado.
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PR logo_primary  Project ReCycle
Project Recycle is a 501(c)3 public charity. We improve youth pride, responsibil­ity, freedom, respect, and appreciation, through the simple vehicle of a bicycle while assisting in the battle against obesity and improving our environment. We do this by not only “giving” a bicycle, but by providing education on how to maintain it and how to use it safely. We seek to provide group rides/events, classes on maintenance, safety and more.
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Southeast Community Outreach (SECOR) is a faith-based food bank that also offers emotional and finanical assistance to foster self-sufficiency.
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SkyView Academy offers a research-based, content-rich liberal arts program with a commitment to foreign language studies and community service. Staff, parents, and students are actively involved in a culture of expectation and support where individuals are respected, valued, and known by the content of their character.
     
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Teen with a Dream, an IRS 501 (c)(3) Colorado non-profit, is dedicated to enriching the lives of pediatric cancer patients by combating the educational challenges, social isolation and loneliness as well as the emotional trauma of the diagnosis and treatment. For the past 10 years Teen with a Dream has helped pediatric cancer patients with all our programs are designed and run by a pediatric cancer patient and 10 year survivor and our network of dedicated volunteers.                                                                                                                                                                 
     
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Wellspring Community

Wellspring Community is a faith-based organization with a mission to create a work and residential community where adults with developmental disabilities can  live full, productive and satisfying lives!  Our Work & Enrichment Program offers participants the opportunity to experience meaningful work in our Best Buddies Bakery — learning baking, packaging and marketing skills.  In addition, we offer a wide variety of on-going education and enrichment classes such as art, dance, technology and math, as well as the opportunity to learn music and perform with the Wellspring Wonders Choir.   Our social and recreation program, Club 21, provides adults with special needs safe, supervised and fun weekend evenings out with friends.  Your support will help us to expand these life-giving programs and establish our residential program.  We are grateful for your support!
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