36 results for tag: Philanthropy



2014 CCB: We are looking for Table Captains!

The 2014 Creating Community Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, June 5th from 7:30 - 8:30 am at the Double Tree. And we need YOU to help out by volunteering to be a Table Captain! There will be two Table Captain Kickoffs held at the CP Office on March 19th and 25th, both at 5 pm. Contact Anya if you are interested in being a 2014 Table Captain to let her know which kickoff you would like to attend! We're excited to have your marvelous help!


A Note from Our Friends at Inside/Out

Dear friends of Inside/Out, Immediately following the fire that engulfed our Inside/Out home earlier this year, so many of you stepped forward to help. We were inspired and humbled to see our community standing in solidarity with our incredible youth, and I can't begin to thank you enough for your generosity of time, talent, and treasure. Because of you, Inside/Out Youth Services: Raised more than $90,000 at our recent Ally Up! Breakfast event, ensuring our fiscal health and ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances; Has a temporary home at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media, allowing the 512 young people we serve annually to be ...


Mail Bag: A letter to Citizens Project

Dear Citizens Project; I have been remiss in not writing to you sooner to thank you for the outstanding contributions you make to all citizens of our community.  When one reaches their “golden years” and has worked to make a difference their entire lives, it becomes even more of a passion because of the passing of time.   I appreciate what you do from both a personal and professional standpoint.  I have been employed as a speech-language pathologist for thirty-eight years, thirty-five of those in Colorado Springs School District 11.  Over the course of my career I have had the opportunity to work with all populations and age groups ...

Divine Award Celebration honors, inspires

Nearly 150 community members gathered at Citizens Project's Divine Award Celebration on February 5 to honor the 2013 Divine Award recipient, Sharon Friedman. Photos courtesy of Rob Larimer: