Non-Profits, Charities, 501c3 Programs

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Diverse students . Diverse teachers. Diverse learning

Programs You Can Trust

Colorado Language Program makes this fundamental promise: We will help you achieve your academic and language-learning goals for a successful life in the United States. Our experience educators will help you overcome the obstacles you are facing in reaching your educational and career goals. We offer excellent educational programs with personalized curriculum and evidence-based strategies to quickly place you on your personal track to success. Colorado Language Program offers a wide range of courses and can provide accommodation for students that are ready and willing...Continue Reading Here:

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“Our mission is to provide community support

to families after the tragic death of a child”



            On April 9,2011 my wife was watching our 3 year old son (Bladyn) and our daughter (Raven) while I was at work. After playing all morning in the yard, my wife went to put our son down for a nap (It's important to point out that my wife was suffering from pneumonia at this time). Bladyn did not want to take a nap so he began to run around our property (3 acres) in protest. After making a lap and 1/4, my wife noticed that he had gotten out of the yard because he vanished behind the barn. She attempted to cut him off, but with difficulties breathing and our daughter in tow, it was impossible to keep up. Continue Reading Here:

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Main: (970) 506-9550

1620 42nd St, Evans, CO 80620

Founded in 1961, the Humane Society of Weld County opened the doors to its new facility in September 1999.

We are the only 501(c) 3 non-profit animal shelter in Weld County.

​This facility provides care and shelter to over 4,000 homeless and unwanted pets in our community each year.

​It is a priority of the Humane Society of Weld County to adopt out healthy and behaviorally sound animals to our caring community. Our adoption fees help to offset the cost of evaluation, housing, feeding and medical care for the thousands of animals who need our help every year. Continue Reading Here:


Nestled in the NICU

Nicole Cox, Executive Director

(719) 661-2409

It is our mission to provide a care package to families whose babies are experiencing a NICU stay with items that families found to be comforting and beneficial during their stay, creating a community of support for all families.

Love From Liam, that was created after our son was born premature in February. We create care packages for NICU families at NCMC, PVH and are expanding into Denver hospitals. We are excited to use the Generosity of the Community and the Community Pay it Forward Fundraising Program to help us cover the$25 Cost of each care package.

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Phone: 970.481.2390
Fax: 888.801.1712

Christ Clinic accomplishes its mission by providing free primary care in an outpatient setting. Our clinic provides family medicine care for all members of the family. Our goal is to develop ongoing relationships between patients and Christ Clinic. Therefore, all visits are by appointment only. This is not an urgent care clinic. Our aim is to act as the essential medical providers for members of the Northern Colorado community who are uninsured or do not have access to other providers regardless of their background, creed or beliefs. This includes young adults; families with children; and adults with chronic diseases who are not yet eligible for Medicare.

All visits are by appointment only. We do not accept walk-in appointments

Faith Church (
3920 South Shields
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Monday evenings, 6:00pm-8:30pm

Mountain View Community Church (
328 Remington Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524
The first and third Saturday mornings of every month, 9:00am-11:00am

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Colorado Homeless Assistance with Medicine, originally founded at CU Boulder, is growing at Colorado State University.  We are a group of students with a background in patient navigation of medical resources. We plan to focus our efforts on working with local shelter and free clinics to help determine the most pressing needs of Fort Collin's homeless population. Our overall goals are to assist people in applying for Medicaid/Medicare, then find primary care providers that accept their insurance and schedule appointments. We also aim to educate the homeless on free clinics, food banks, crisis centers, and other resources available in Fort Collins. We will meet on Thursdays from 6-7 twice a month and we will also hold fundraiser's to help support the homeless, as well as volunteer opportunities.

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Clayton Crawford home is a 501c3 that has three in home, full-time care mentally disabled adults. Money donated is used to keep the home, built in 1907, up to the strict necessary health codes. Lola and Jerry have over 20 years in following God's calling in helping people with disabilities and would like to thank you in advance for your consideration. 

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We are leading the change-makers in our community and across the nation to end commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). Our research is used to reduce demand, convict traffickers, and decrease barriers for marginalized populations through evidence-based services. Formally Known as Free our Girls.

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Our Mission at Zac's Legacy Childhood Cancer Fund is to alleviate non-medical financial burdens Colorado families face while their dependent child is battling cancer. Our organization provides public awareness and education, while positively impacting the families of cancer-stricken children.

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225 Maple Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521

Monday-Saturday 11am-2pm

FoCo Cafe is handicapped accessible

FoCo Cafe offers a rotating menu based off of what is available and what is in season. Our daily menu selections are posted on our Facebook page. Check out our page or stop in to see what we have to offer today!

We are a non-profit restaurant that offers healthy and delicious meals to all people on a donation basis. If you can give more, please pay it forward. If you have a little less, pay what you can. Pay what you would normally pay or If your pockets are empty, pay with your time and talent in exchange for a mouth-watering meal.

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God Hates Abuse

Robin Mullins Senger

A few years ago, I was in a dangerous toxic “Christian” marriage and couldn’t take it anymore!

After months of agonizing over whether to stay or leave, I made a plan of escape.  read more here


Order Your God Hates Abuse book here for $10. God Hates Abuse Project is a Community Pay it Forward Fundraising Program Community Cause Partner. Upload the photo of your invoice or receipt from a Fundraising Partner here.

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