THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE JOURNEY!

Incredible supporters like you contributed over $50,000 towards our Family of 40 in this year’s 2019 campaign! An overwhelming response in the inaugural 40 Hands in Forty Days giving season that will assist in fulfilling the needs of many throughout our Colorado community. Your benevolence is cherished! Please enjoy our video of gratitude below.

Mark your calendar for the 2020 campaign which will run from March 2nd through April 10th! Please subscribe and check back often as we will soon be announcing the opening of the summer application window providing your organization the opportunity to participate in next year’s 40 Hands in Forty Days campaign!

THIS YEAR’S 40

$51,352.35 was given

FINAL LEADERBOARD

Congratulations to the charities below as they finished the 2019 campaign as one of the Top 10 to acquire the most funding! As a result, they have been awarded the opportunity to participate in the 2020 spring giving campaign!

Severe Weather Shelter Network

Severe Weather Shelter Network was implemented in February 2013 through a collaborative effort in Jefferson County. Our goal is simple. Severe Weather Shelter Network exists to prevent people from freezing to death in the winter months. We have been providing

Honor Bell Foundation Inc

Honor Bell Foundation, Inc. is a Colorado nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation based in Denver. Its primary purpose is to provide a unique funeral honor for deceased military veterans through the slow ringing, known as tolling, of a ceremonial bell. The foundation

There With Care

When a child is diagnosed with a critical illness, the family becomes isolated, and often one parent must leave work to care for their sick child, leading to an unexpected loss of family income. At the same time, the family

Southern Colorado Youth for Christ

Who We Are Southern Colorado YFC is a Juvenile Justice Ministry who reaches high risk, detained, and incarcerated youth in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Canon City, We work together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up

Littleton Public Schools Foundation

Littleton Public Schools Foundation (LPS Foundation) is the fundraising partner for Littleton Public Schools (LPS). Providing a quality education for every student is at the forefront of our purpose and we are committed to generating financial resources and building community

Bridge House

Bridge House ends homelessness one person at a time. We offer adults experiencing homelessness a continuum of programming called the Bridge of Opportunity spanning from low barrier basic needs services to robust programs with access to paid work and housing.

Street’s Hope

DID YOU KNOW? Human Trafficking is a 150 billion dollar per year world wide criminal enterprise driven by market demand for cheap labor and commercial sex. DID YOU KNOW? Human trafficking is a crime involving the exploitation of a person

Juvenile Assessment Center

The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is the first point of contact for kids and families with behavioral concerns.  We provide holistic assessments in an effort to identify the underlying cause(s) of behavior and match youth and families to services and

T.A.C.T. (Teaching the Autism Community Trades)

TACT is a Denver-based 501( c) 3 non-profit that teaches trade and technical skills to individuals ages 5-21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  TACT was created to provide enriching, innovative and hands-on educational programs while improving the opportunity for employment

Hope In Our City

It is through engaging the community holistically that true, lasting change occurs and individuals become equipped to be contributing, sustainable citizens committed to their family, community, country and world. History shows the negative consequences society reaps when at-risk individuals lack