Upcoming Charity and Non-Profit Walks

Who: March of Dimes

What: March for Babies

When: Saturday, April 21st at 10:00am

Where: City Park

 

The March for Babies is supported by the March of Dimes national organization. This event is devoted to building a brighter future for people across the country. March of Dimes raises money to expand programs and educate medical professionals to ensure moms and babies receive the best possible care. This march is designed to raise both funds and awareness.

 

 

Who: Arthritis Foundation

What: Walk to Cure Arthritis
When: Sunday, May 20th at 9:00am

Where: Washington Park

 

The Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Foundation’s nationwide signature event of the year. It unites communities across the country to put an end to arthritis. The walk is designed to both raise funding for research and provide educational materials for those struggling with arthritis.

 

 

Who: Colorado Veterans Project

What: Memorial Day Run and March

When: Saturday, May 26th

Where: Douglas County Fairgrounds

 

This Memorial Day Run and March is presented by the Colorado Veterans Project. The event invites civilians, Veterans, and uniformed Military to challenge themselves in friendly competition while raising money and materials to feed homeless Veterans. The event features a 5k or 10k run and ruck march option as well as a 30k ruck march option. Participants are encouraged to bring non-perishable food to be donated.

 

 

Who: American Lung Association in Colorado

What: Lung

When: Saturday, June 2nd at 9:00am

Where: The Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms

 

The Lung Force Walk is presented by Channel 2 and the American Lung Association in Colorado. The walk is designed to raise awareness and funds to defeat lung cancer and provide resources for lunch health. Lung cancer is the #1 cancer killer of women, but anyone can get it. If you have lungs, get out and walk with this amazing group of people!

 

Welcome to Colorado for Good

Welcome to Colorado for Good. We’ve decided to resurrect this site as a destination for Colorado families who are looking for support, advocacy, education, and resources. Empower Colorado is still around today as Ability Connection Colorado. We’re still working to shape this site and its new message, but we wanted to publish a Welcoming Message. So welcome!

While we figure out how to best organize, present, and connect you with the services, resources, and organizations that are out there, we thought we’d share an exhastive list of Colorado non-profits.

We also thought we’d pay witness to the individual stories and actions that also serve to empower Colorado.

 

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