Through participating in Giving at Work® campaigns, Caring Connection raises money for essential human services designed to defend and serve vulnerable populations; while proving opportunities for donors to connect to the causes they care about.
Caring Connection Member Organizations
1200 A Little Help
720-242-9032 | www.alittlehelp.org
A Little Help connects older adults intergenerationally to neighbors who volunteer for vital services that improve quality of life and celebrate our elders.
1201 A Precious Child
303-466-4272 | www.apreciouschild.org
A Precious Child is devoted to making a positive impact in the lives of disadvantaged children and families by improving their quality of life.
1122 ACCESS Housing
303-289-7078 | www.acchouse.org
Helps Adams County homeless families regain their independence, achieve economic self-sufficiency and sustain permanent housing.
1011 Action Center, The (formerly Jeffco Action Center)
(303) 237-7704 | www.theactioncenterco.org
The Action Center provides food, clothing and shelter to residents of Jefferson County and promotes pathways to self-sufficiency through caring, professional case management.
1015 Alternatives Pregnancy Center
303-298-8815 | www.youhavealternatives.org
Our programs meet the complex needs of women, teens and men faced with the decisions in unintended pregnancy.
1231 Arrupe Corporate Work Study Program
303-455-7449 | www.arrupejesuit.com
Our program provides Denver's neediest youth an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty. They learn workplace skills by experiencing work firsthand during high school.
1033 Arvada Community Food Bank
303-424-6685 | www.arvadacfb.org
Food bank serving northern Jefferson County providing food for children and families in need through its Client Choice Food Selection, Mobile Pantry and Backpack Program.
1099 Aurora Interfaith Community Services
303-360-0260 | www.aurorainterfaithcommunityservices.org
Provides emergency assistance: food, clothing, layettes, utility assistance, pharmacy aid, bus tickets, school supplies, and case management to financially distressed residents of Aurora.
1028 Aurora Community Mental Health Center
303-617-2300 | www.aumhc.org
Comprehensive mental health services and support provided to all ages. Services are provided in 18 specialty clinics located in 10 counseling and specialized service centers.
1034 Bessie’s Hope
303-623-1176 | www.bessieshope.org
Enhances the lives of nursing home/assisted living elders, and "at-risk youth", adult volunteers and families through inter-generational programs that cultivate mutually beneficial relationships.
1108 Bienvenidos Food Bank
303-433-6328 | www.bienvenidosfoodbank.org
We provide a weekly distribution of staples and emergency food to families and individuals in Northwest Denver in a respectful and dignified manner.
1133 Canine Partners of the Rockies
Raise, train and place service dogs with Coloradans with disabilities: Dogs provide education, healing and therapy for people with disabilities.
1000 Caring Connection
720-864-8051 | www.caringconnection.org
We work with nonprofit organizations and employers to enhance their collaboration in addressing community issues, including homelessness, hunger, education, and other complex human concerns.
1236 Christian World Outreach
303-723-0333 | www.cwomissions.org
CWO helps people in Haiti &Africa improve their quality of life by reaching out to the forgotten, making a difference one life at a time!
1059 Colorado Christian Services
303-761-7236 | www.christianservices.org
Provides professional counseling to women in crisis pregnancies, serves children through foster care, and helps couples build their families through adoption.
1086 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV)
303-962-0933 | www.ccadv.org
Inspiring Colorado to end domestic violence by providing training to domestic violence shelters; education to the general public; and expert guidance to elected officials and policy makers.
1065 Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA)
303-839-9999 | www.ccasa.org
Workplace giving funds support our mission to promote safety, justice, and healing for survivors across Colorado while working toward the elimination of sexual violence.
1020 Colorado Homeless Families
303-420-6634 | www.coloradohomelessfamilies.org
Provides transitional housing and the following support services; case management, counseling, educational seminars, support group meetings, food bank, furniture, clothing to homeless families with children.
1234 Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club
303-399-5858 | www.rapidsyouthsoccer.org
Through one of the largest community soccer initiatives in the nation, CRYSC provides free after-school soccer, leagues and clinics for underserved Colorado youth.
1202 Denver Youth For Christ Denver
303-843-0370 | www.yfcdenver.org
We serve youth on high school campuses and work in juvenile institutions by mentoring and supporting teens that need encouragement as the mature.
1006 Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc.
303-953-6618 | www.dihfs.org
Our agency’s activities are based on the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of Native Americans while providing culturally acceptable personal and public health services.
1021 Denver Rescue Mission
303-297-1815 | www.denverrescuemission.org
Denver Rescue Mission is changing lives by meeting people at their point of greatest need, and returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
1078 Denver VOICE
303-539-7226 | www.denvervoice.org
Nonprofit organization and local street paper that provides an economic opportunity to persons experiencing homelessness or living in poverty through selling the Denver VOICE newspaper.
1025 Developmental Disabilities Resource Center
303-233-3363 | www.ddrcco.com
Provides services for 3,364 people with developmental disabilities, birth to elderly, and their families to live meaningful lives. 100% of your donation addresses emergency needs.
1135 Developmental FX
We provide expert occupational, speech and psychology services to children with developmental disabilities. Our training and lecturing programs support clinicians and families nationally and internationally.
1094 Disability Law Colorado
303-8623507 | www.disabilitylawco.org
Civil rights advocacy for people with disabilities and older people in Colorado. People maintain their housing, employment and freedom. Protection from abuse/neglect, seclusion/restraint.
1079 Douglas/Elbert Task Force
303-688-1114 | www.detaskforce.org
Provides emergency financial assistance: food, clothing, household goods, rent, utilities, etc., to residents of Douglas and Elbert counties in economic crisis or at risk of homelessness.
1232 Ear Community, Inc.
303-646-7126 | www.EarCommunity.org
We support and educate children and adults who have Microtia and Atresia (missing one or both of their ears and ear canal causing hearing loss).
1113 Excelsior Youth Center
303-693-1550 | www.excelsioryc.org
Excelsior Youth Center strengthens and educates youth and their families to achieve lasting success through a continuum of innovative treatments, services and solutions.
1114 Firefly Autism
303-759-1192 | www.fireflyautism.org
An applied behavior analysis treatment facility that provides one-on-one learning for children 18 months to 21 years of age with autism.
1088 Illuminate Colorado
A statewide organization promoting the health, safety and well-being of drug endangered children through training, technical assistance and advocacy efforts.
1073 Inner City Health Center
720-296-1767 | www.innercityhealth.org
A volunteer supported healthcare facility committed to providing medical and dental care for low-income and medically uninsured families.
1010 Integrated Family Community Services
303-789-0501 | www.ifcs.org
Provides food, clothing, financial assistance, transitional housing, victim assistance, senior, youth, and enrichment programs to low-income families, individuals and senior citizens.
1237 Joshua Station
720-377-1103 | www.joshuastationdenver.org
Joshua Station partners with homeless families and children to help them attain stable housing.
303-296-2400 | www.laradon.org
Serves individuals who have developmental disabilities and special needs through community participation, residential support and employment programs for adults; education and therapeutic services for children.
1131 Legacy of Hope Scholarships for Children Who Have Survived Cancer
303-883-7764 | www.stmfoundation.org
Also known as The Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation, gives college scholarships/financial aid to children who are cancer survivors.
1101 Marion Downs Center, The
303-322-1871 | www.mariondowns.com
Services include: audiology, speech/language therapies/evaluations, hearing/speech/vision screenings, early literacy program, summer preschool, teen program for deaf or hard of hearing.
1049 Metro Caring
303-860-7200 | www.metrocaring.org
A hunger relief organization that provides emergency and self-sufficiency services to low-income and homeless individuals, offering food, utility and transportation assistance, and identification documents.
1117 Open World Learning
303-832-0066 | www.openworldlearning.org
Provides STEM-based afterschool and summer educational programs to at-risk students in Colorado so that they may learn important technology and leadership skills.
1203 Providence Network
303-860-8404 | www.providencenetwork.org
We heal broken lives from the inside out through faith-based transformational housing communities.
1016 Ralston House
720-898-6745 | www.ralstonhouse.net
A safe, child-friendly place offering interviews, medical exams and victim advocacy to complete the investigative process of children's outcries of sexual or physical abuse.
1098 Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center
303-788-4030 | www.mscenter.org
Patient-centered organization for people with multiple sclerosis and their families. Services include medical treatment, adult day services, counseling, support, hydrotherapy, education and cutting-edge research.
1013 Sacred Heart House of Denver
303-296-6686 | www.sacredhearthouse.org
Provides a continuum of services to homeless mothers with children and single women to help them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
1099 SafeHouse Denver
303-318-9959 | www.safehouse-denver.org
Provides emergency shelter, counseling and advocacy services to women, children and youth experiencing domestic violence through 24-hour crisis line, shelter and nonresidential counseling center.
1132 Society of St. Vincent de Paul Denver Metro Council
303-960-9163 | www.svdpden.org
We are a Catholic lay volunteer organization that provides person-to-person financial emergency assistance to those who are needy and suffering.
1136 Step Denver (fka Step 13, Inc.)
720-583-2520 | www.stepdenver.org
A residential recovery program in downtown Denver that helps men overcome their addictions and become productive members of society through sobriety, work, and personal accountability.
1233 Third Way Center
Third Way Center’s continuum of care for Colorado’s traumatized and abandoned youth includes five residential mental health treatment facilities, education, vocational and independent living skills.
1137 Treasure House of Hope
720-422-2534 | www.treasurehouseofhope.com
We promote individual and family unit restoration by fostering hope and a positive lifestyle with love, guidance and compassion based on a biblical foundation.
303-534-0883 | www.campwapiyapi.org
Wapiyapi provides, at no cost, healing programs for families facing childhood cancer in the Rocky Mountain region through fun and laughter at camps and retreats.
1235 You Can Begin Again Too
720-300-0029 | www.youcanbeginagain.org
Provides housing, life skills training and case management to women 18-25 emancipating from foster care and women in the community who lack family and family.