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Non-Profits, Charities, 501c3 Programs

There is a fact that is overlooked or often misunderstood, it is the smaller organizations that work much harder than the large. The large groups are also afforded grants and assistance from big chain superstores. With a few exceptions, our focus will be on the smaller programs. Helping them obtain the support needed for them to continue to do the difficult, needed, and LOCAL missions they work hard to support.
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“Helping Others to Help Others,” we partner and collaborate with health clinics to provide funds for cancer screenings.
How will your donations be used?
We are raising funds for uninsured women to receive cervical cancer screenings and to increase HPV vaccination rates for our youths.
 
What do you need help with?
Social media, office space, and an assistant to help promote our cause.
We do not owe money; we need money for fundraising to help 20,000+ women get cancer screenings and to vaccinate youths in Colorado. We have ongoing monthly expenses. To continue serving our community health partners to screen uninsured women, approximately $7,000/month. Currently, we are partnered with two health clinics that provide services to low-income women.
 
 
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.
Mini pig rescue, rehabilitation and sanctuary.
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
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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 experienced 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 to grow and learn with us.
Our mission is to curate life-altering experiences in nature for survivors to reengage their trust in
community, while our vision is to foster a global community of survivors by discovering resources and
igniting the pursuit of purpose. Through peer support, coaching, and community adventures, we
empower survivors to overcome adversity and thrive.
How will your donations be used?
  • Preventing Suicide: We know that purpose and belonging are the best tools in the fight against suicide. Utilizing the tools of peer support, coaching and fostering community we endeavor to reignite purpose and discover belonging.
  • Meeting Essential Needs: We understand that healing cannot begin until an individual’s essential needs are met. We provide support to ensure that every person has access to food, shelter, and other basic necessities.
  • Rewarding Courageous Behavior: We recognize and celebrate acts of courage, empowering individuals to overcome adversity and thrive. The wolf you feed is the one that grows.
  • Preventing Tragedy: We work tirelessly to prevent tragedy by addressing the root causes of suicide and breaking the cycle of pain and suffering.
  • Fostering Community: We create inclusive and supportive communities where love and compassion flourish, combatting hate and isolation.

Our mission is to help renew hope for children who have lost a loved one by giving them ‘hugs’ from heaven – a wish or act of kindness – to keep their loved one’s memory alive in their hearts.

Save for a Hugs from Heaven Hope Center to provide after school programs and camp programs for children who have lost a loved one. Purchase “Hugs from Heaven” children’s books and Alive in Our Hearts bears to send to children who have lost a loved one.

Start our Birthday Hugs program to provide cakes or cookies to celebrate the birthday of a lost loved one.

Start a PenPal program, connecting children who have lost a loved one.

My mission here at Deb’s MMA Closet is to help kids and adults of all backgrounds in all Combat Sports. I wanted to keep going with my passion of supporting for over 20 years now to help who I can in my MMA community as well as new ones that would like to come and start this awesome sport. I know I can’t help everyone but I want to help as many as I can I have a form they must fill out and its information for our records and why they need the help little essay about their passion for this sport.

I will use their donations for the 501c3 as well as fight gear and any office supplies I may need and keep up with the insurance and upkeeping of this nonprofit.

I am working and reading the paperwork for the 501c3 and I want to get it out but trying to save the money. I am working on getting Deb’s MMA Closet out there more as well.

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.

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 .

In a more segregated world, we need to be reminded about both our human rights and our human responsibilities. We are creating a campaign to inspire and communicate the seven promises of our birthrights and responsibilities. This is promises you make to yourself and for humanity, regarding health, relationships, and civil participation for a more dignified, thriving, and free human.

We are creating an inspiring campaign to promote both our rights and responsibilities. This is especially important in segrigated times like these – to have a fundament that is not political and not religious. The seven promises campaign will start in USA and will market the self-ambassador events, awareness and guidance on how to live the human contract. The goal in this election year, is to increase individual dignity, that creates a more mature dialog to respect our disagreements and enable us to unite.

You can help us as we build campaigns to inspire and communicate, and educate others of the seven promises of our birthrights and responsibilities:

All donations are warmly welcomed so we can create an amazing community of cooperation and partnership working together for a better world.

Hydro with Hope is here to help families in the hydrocephalus community by offering tangible help and encouragement through online and in-person resources. These resources include our journal, “My Hydrowarrior Story”, and other services that we’re always evolving to make them better and more beneficial for the hydrowarriors we serve.  We also endeavor to increase awareness of hydrocephalus and normalize hydrocephalus-related vocabulary for friends and family of hydrowarriors.

At the moment, most of the donations will be used in order to support the staff of Hydro with Hope so they can effectively and efficiently serve the hydrocephalus community (locally, nationally, and internationally) through speaking, coaching, and providing resources to families who need help.

Please watch Jeff’s Show The Invisible Condition on e360tv every Tuesday and Friday at 10 AM MST 

Independent Brothers Motorcycle Club is dedicated to supporting and uplifting those in our community who are struggling and in need of a helping hand. We believe in the power of community and want to do our part to make a positive difference, particularly for families and children who are facing difficult circumstances. Through the love of motorcycles and a commitment to service, we raise money to provide assistance and create hope for those in need. Together, we strive to create a better world, one ride at a time. All donations will be used to support struggling families in our community by providing food for the table, we aim to alleviate the burden of hunger for families in need. In addition, we also provide heating oil/propane to those struggling to keep their homes warm during the cold winter months. Support children and their families with childhood cancer and other debilitating diseases.

We understand the physical, emotional, and financial stress that families go through when a child is diagnosed with a serious illness. Contribute to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude is the leading children’s hospital dedicated to finding cures and saving children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. By supporting St Jude, we are helping to advance pediatric research and treatments, giving hope to families facing a difficult diagnosis. Change the world by making a small difference: Every donation, no matter how small, can make a significant difference in someone’s life. Our goal is to create a ripple effect of positivity and change, making a difference in our community one day at a time. With your help, we can work towards a better future for all.

The Lori Landin Foundation serves individuals, families, and organizations throughout the world through financial assistance, resources, and training in health, medical, education, and small business.  We desire to bring nations together in service, in unity, and in love.  Reaching out to the one in their unique need.

We provide for people who are in need globally.  We strive to meet their immediate needs, help them become self-reliant, and plant a desire to give back to others.

Some of the areas we support are medical, food, water, education, business, shelter, self-reliance, and more.

The Marie Barney Boston Foundation, Inc., founded in 2016, is a non profit organization whose mission is to improve educational opportunities for disadvantaged youth. The Foundation grants scholarships to students pursuing post-secondary degrees across the United States based upon the applicants’ academic achievements, church or community involvement & financial need. The Foundation is named from its founder, Dr. Marie Barney Boston who was a tireless advocate for education. The Foundation is comprised of volunteers, educators and mentors who provide support to recipients, thereby increasing their chances for success in their educational endeavors.

The Foundation’s goals are to (1) increase the number of disadvantaged students attending college; (2) reduce the number of disadvantaged students lacking access to higher education; and (3) increase the number of disadvantaged students in leadership and policy-making positions who can positively impact their communities.

When you give to Marie Barney Boston Foundation (MBBSF), your donated funds are warded to scholarship recipients. All Board of Directors are volunteers and unpaid.
THE STORY OF BLADYN
(BLADYN JAMES WAYNE VOGELS: MAY 30, 2007 – APRIL 9, 2011)

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.

Our mission is to provide community support to families after the tragic death of a child.

Our mission is to break the isolation and exhaustion that can come with taking care of someone who is chronically ill or disabled.

The donations will be used to fund respite retreats for caregivers. We have 3 day/2 night events in luxury locations along with catered meals, a variety of instructors for skill building and self-care techniques, along with a one-hour massage from one of our massage specialists. We have licensed therapy staff on call for the entire retreat, as there is an individual and group therapy component.

Nestled in the NICU, 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. Nestled in the NICU Nicole Cox, Executive Director.

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.

We’re a 501c3 non-profit that combines the Arts and Business by teaching skills that can help 18+ year-old youths to succeed in any environment. We’ve been operating for over 40 years. We’re teaching many things that most people learn as experienced adults like setting a positive mindset, finding a purpose, setting goals, taking action, communicating well, etc. that will help all of our volunteers and students build into functioning adults who don’t just survive, but shine and thrive! We’re looking for like-minded businesses (and individuals) who could use people skills like this, send them (or get sent) through our 90-day course, and/or help us receive donations to our cause regularly. Practical application of skills in the workplace mixed with the Arts (dance, acting, music, performing) all can benefit equally from this kind of mentorship and training. 

At Once Upon A Time Inc, we’re helping the Young Adults (18+ years old) in our community to build themselves up to be more confident, more communicative, and more honorable. It is our mission to help young adults all around the world with the resources they need to achieve their individual success. With a focus on the Arts combined with Business, we’re helping our youth shine and thrive!

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Community Pay it Forward at +1 (970) 909-0751.

Whether your loved one fell ill, was  injured during training, or was fatally wounded during combat, we are honored to tell the story. Our staff and volunteers will work with you to prepare and publish an accurate and professionally written biography.

When completed, you will receive a hard bound edition at no cost, and others will have the opportunity to purchase it in print or digital format. We also produce video biographies.

We will donate a copy of the materials to the Tennesssee library system so that countless others may be positively affected by life your loved one led.

Thunder Dancers Foundation, is a charity foundation in Africa. My mission is to raise enough funds, accommodate, educate and provide career for the 20 hopeless and homeless kids with some parents under the foundation. We are Finding it difficult to provide the basic necessities in as much as add others who also need our help, because of the hardship in Africa.

The donations will be used in many ways, accommodation, education, and career shaping for the kids and their parents.

We brought these kids from the street to save them from adapting the vile lifestyle in the community. Failure to accommodate, educate, and direct them to a career would cause them going back to the street. Want to reduce young illicit behavior in the community.

The foundation owes Mr. Daniel Odei Fianko an amount of $8,700 for assisting us paying our last year renting apartment, and Mr. Reginald Adjetey Sowah an amount of $3,400.

VETCares partners with military, veterans, and their families providing
assistance in tough times as a token of appreciation for their service.

Our program focus areas include suicide prevention education; alternative therapies gap grants; home buyer closing cost grants; emergency financial assistance; Trauma (Military Sexual Trauma & domestic violence) thriver grants; and outdoor healing adventures for those re-discovering purpose and tranquility.
Our programs ensure that veterans have access to the resources they need to overcome economic, social, and personal challenges they face to build a better future for themselves and their families. Our goal is to achieve short-terms objectives while ensuring Long-term Sustainability.
Veterans Honoring Veterans (VHV) is an organization of veterans and supporters whose mission is to honor US military Veterans in Northern Colorado, and beyond, by presenting them with a commemorative statue of their branch of service. Presentation of statues are made bi-monthly at the PAMVET (Proud American Veteran) breakfast at the Golden Corral in Loveland, CO.
The Veterans Plaza of Northern Colorado (501c3) is tribute for all U.S. Veterans, regardless of their state, who have served with honor and offers lecturers to speak to the ideals of selfless service to community, country, and family. Our mission includes:
We are a 501c3. We have multiple projects to improve the experience at the Plaza and have a budget of $10,000 per year to support veterans with financial issues. Your donations will be used to support veterans in need and other veteran centric nonprofits.
I run a charity for homeless veterans called We Got Your Six and I own a military themed sandwich shop called Patriot Sandwich Company. We Got Your Six is trying to raise money to be able to build 4 facilities here in Texas to help house homeless veterans while they go through a 2 year transition program.
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.
Zita’s Healthy Beginnings mission is to transform maternal and child health. We accomplish this through education, training of community health workers, training of Doulas, advocacy and collaboration with other like minded organizations.

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