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PIKES PEAK SUICIDE PREVENTION
Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership has served the Pikes Peak Region since 1993, providing free suicide resources and support services to increase awareness, provide education, and connect individuals and organizations to needed resources.
TESSA was established in May 1977 in response to a high rate of calls to local law enforcement from women threatened or assaulted by their partners. At the time, Domestic Violence was considered a private matter and resources were difficult to locate, if they existed at all. With assistance from within the legal and philanthropic communities TESSA emerged as an information provider and resource referral service. That initial effort has evolved into a multi-faceted agency that includes a confidential Safehouse, Victim Advocacy, Counseling and Children’s Programs, a 24/7 Safe Line, and Community Outreach and Education. Through these efforts, TESSA strives to realize our vision of a community free of personal violence for all.
Colorado Springs Vikings
The Colorado Springs Vikings is a non-profit organization, offering youth (ages 5-15) the experience to compete in national and local youth athletic leagues in Colorado. Their mission is to provide a dynamic, diverse, athletic program which educates and prepares youth for a positive and productive future as it relates to life. The program will focus, emphasize, and expose youth to essential life skills such as discipline, character, integrity, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
The Alzheimer's Association
As the world’s leading nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research, the Association is accelerating the field toward solutions for the global Alzheimer’s crisis.
Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful
Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful, Inc. is a local non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives through the beautification of our City and neighborhoods. We appreciate your visit to our site and invite you to become involved by volunteering, donating and learning more about how you can help Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful.
Victory Service Dogs
Victory Service Dogs helps disabled veterans, first responders, and children gain an improved quality of life through the partnership of a loving service dog.
Focus On The Forest
Break The Silence Against Domestic Violence
We are an organization founded by survivors for survivors. We understand what you are going through. We hear your pain, your anxiety, and your fear. Your community of survivor sisters and survivor brothers is here to help you through it all. In our voices, in our truth, and our story…we find strength and healing. We are BTSADV.
Cheyenne Village provides 24/7 comprehensive services for adults with developmental disabilities and goes above and beyond. In addition, Cheyenne Village offers supported living services to individuals who have the ability to live somewhat independently or who have family members who are the primary caregiver. Examples of the types of services provided are: healthcare assistance, financial management, and benefits coordination.
Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation
Throughout the year, Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation provides direct assistance to more than 6,500 pediatric patients and their families in need. Thousands of babies in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) will receive precious donor human milk, children with serious medical conditions will be matched with loving companion dogs, families will receive non-financial support in difficult times and new families across Colorado will be provided with free education to give their babies the best start in life. We are committed to improving the overall health of children and provide an avenue for community support by offering a variety of services rooted in four major areas: Patient & Family Assistance, The Stink Bug Project, Mother’s Milk Bank and Best Start Program.
St. Baldrick's Foundation
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer and donor powered charity committed to supporting the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.
Colorado Springs Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region
Founded in 1949, Colorado Springs Humane Society Of Pikes Peak Region is the largest animal welfare group for homeless and abused animals in Southern Colorado. HSPPR is a local, independent non-profit not affiliated with national organizations such as ASPCA or Humane Society of the United States and relies on donations to fund its work. As an open admission socially conscious shelter, no animal is ever turned away. Passionate and dedicated staff care for animals in distress, provide medical care for abused and injured animals, reunite lost pets with their owners, find loving homes for homeless animals, investigate animal cruelty, and enforce animal ordinances.
Rocky Mountain Field Institute
The Rocky Mountain Field Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of public lands in Southern Colorado. RMFI is committed to protecting and enhancing the ecological health of our land and water resources by completing projects focused on watershed restoration, forest health, and creating sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities. By prioritizing the involvement of community volunteers and youth, RMFI envisions a world where our work fosters vibrant and healthy natural systems that are respected and cared for by the public.
Special Kids Special Families
Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) is a Colorado non-profit 501(c)3 organization. SKSF was founded in 1998 to provide the respite and care for children and adults with disabilities. Programs offer community support services to families that are designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities throughout their life span. The vision of our organization is to give people in need the resources, compassion, and freedom to achieve the life that everyone deserves.