Ability Connection Colorado
801 Yosemite Street
Denver, Colorado 80238
For 70 years, Ability Connection Colorado (ACCO) has helped individuals and families thrive. Building on the legacy established in 1946, ACCO provides inclusive early education, pathways to employment, and state-wide support services including guardianship and conservatorship. ACCO served more than 40,000 Coloradans with disabilities and their families last year. Yet, there is more work to do.
Please give to Ability Connection Colorado on or before Tuesday, December 6, 2016. And, rest assured that you are investing wisely.
- Earned Colorado’s Trust for 70 Years
- .89 cents on every dollar raised directly supports Coloradans
- Every dollar raised in Colorado, stays in Colorado
Together, we can do so much more!
Visit abilityconnectioncolorado.org to learn how Ability Connection helps Colorado including:
- Early Childhood Education including Developmental Services and Health Screenings
- Parent and Family Support Groups and Education
- Quality Guardianship and Conservatorship Services and Arrangements for Adults
- Employment Services
- Mental Health Awareness
1031 33rd St.
Denver, Colorado 80205
AfricAid supports girls’ education in Africa, presenting young women with the opportunity to transform their own lives and the futures of their communities. Our Tanzanian mentors provide an intensive, two-year training in leadership, entrepreneurship, healthy living, confidence, and life skills to empower Tanzania’s brightest and most motivated young women to reach their full potential and become catalysts for change. 93% of our Scholars continue to a university education in a country where only 3% of women receive a tertiary education.
Alternatives for Youth
24 Ninth Ave.
Longmont, CO 80501
iTHRIVE is a six week, early intervention, substance abuse program helping teens 12–17 and their parents in the Boulder, St. Vrain, Adams County, and Denver school districts. Through a combination of group psycho-education, pro-social activities, and parental education and support, our program directly addresses the emotional and social shortcomings which are driving teens into substance use. iTHRIVE also presents to teens and parents throughout the school districts about the negative effects of substance use on the adolescent brain and body.
American Diabetes Association
2460 W. 26th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211
From research labs to the halls of the Capitol, to offices of health care providers and homes nationwide, the American Diabetes Association is there. We are the only organization pursuing treatments, prevention, and cures for all types of diabetes and fighting for the rights of all people affected. Our comprehensive approach to our priority investment areas—Research, Health Care Excellence, Advocacy, and Total Wellness—brings our mission to life through diabetes camps, Diabetes Prevention Program, corporate wellness, and more.
Arrupe Jesuit High School
4343 Utica St.
Denver, CO 80212
By enhancing the human, intellectual, and spiritual capacities of our students through a rigorous, innovative, and affordable college-prep education with a unique work study component, we offer hope for a brighter future to Denver’s underserved youth.
“Community partnership offers more meaningful opportunity. Opportunity for the future. For the future of our kids, for their families, for the city. You want a better Denver, Arrupe Jesuit helps to build it.” – Michael O’Hagan, Principal
Your gifts to Arrupe Jesuit High School empower graduates to continue their education and return as leaders in their communities.
Birds of Prey Foundation
2290 S. 104th St.
Broomfield, CO 80020
The Birds of Prey Foundation is dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of Colorado’s injured and orphaned avian wildlife. Our mission is to return healthy members of the breeding population to their natural habitat and foster compassion for wildlife in distress by teaching new generations about wildlife through educational outreach.
Each year over 800 sick and injured birds arrive for care from all over Colorado and neighboring states. Most birds that are admitted have severe injuries. The birds are often depressed, scared, and in severe pain, yet have an incredible will to live.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver
2017 W. 9th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 892- 9200
When the school bell rings at the end of every day, thousands of kids across metro Denver pour out of classrooms and into their afterschool routines. For some, this means heading home where they are met by a parent who helps them with homework before driving them to basketball practice and piano lessons. For others in our community, afterschool options are far less certain, stable, and safe.
At Boys & Girls Clubs, we know the hours between 3:00–6:00 p.m. are the peak hours for juvenile crime and the time when kids are most likely to engage in risky behaviors. We also know that today in our metro Denver community, children are facing obstacles more challenging than ever before.
Boys & Girls Clubs provide young people with opportunities to engage in programs that help them achieve academic success, take charge of their health by building healthy habits that will stick with them throughout their lives, and foster the skills they need to become leaders in their communities.
With 15 locations in the metro Denver area and a summer camp, Boys & Girls Clubs are there for kids where and when they need us most. Our membership is open to all youth ages 6–18, and for $2 annually, our Club members have access to a wealth of programming that has the power to positively shape and change their lives. Your donations and support of Boys & Girls Clubs makes a difference for thousands of kids and families in our community.
Canine Partners of the Rockies
651 Potomac St.
Aurora, CO 80011
“As he walked up the sidewalk, I just had this feeling ‘I’ve been waiting for him my whole life.’” –Peri meeting her service dog, Morgan
There are more than 275,000 people in Colorado with various disabilities who face significant barriers every day. Without a way to live more independently, they can find themselves isolated. Canine Partners creates new possibilities for Coloradans by partnering them with highly-skilled service dogs. Your donation will help raise, train, and place service dogs with Coloradans in need of their support to live more fulfilling lives.
5150 Allison St.
Arvada, CO 80002
The mission of Carin’ Clinic is to provide affordable, high-quality health care services to children, ages birth through 18, of low-income families who have no access or limited access to health care, thus promoting healthy children, healthy families, and a healthy community. At Carin’ Clinic, we take the time to care for the whole person and provide complete primary care including well-child physical exams, immunizations, and care for minor, acute, and chronic illnesses.
Chelsea Hutchison Foundation
9896 Rosemont Ave.
Building 3, Suite 204
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Chelsea Hutchison Foundation grants comfort and hope to those affected by epilepsy through providing monitoring resources, vital information, and a safe haven for conversation and community. We educate the public about Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy and provide grants for seizure-response dogs and life-saving movement monitors that help protect against SUDEP. Chelsea’s Wish sends epilepsy patients to Epilepsy Awareness Day and Expo at Disneyland. We are dedicated to providing opportunities that allow individuals/families greater independence, increased confidence, and community understanding.
8406 Clay St.
Westminster, CO 80031
Clinica Colorado provides healthcare to those who are uninsured and under-insured in our community. Since 2011, our team has provided culturally competent and bilingual care to our most vulnerable citizens. Our patient centered approach focuses on preventive and chronic care, cancer screenings, prenatal care, and overall primary health. We also provide on-site mental health counseling to individuals, families, and couples. We care about the whole person and not just an illness.
Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust
883 Ralston Rd.
Arvada, CO 80002
Since 1995, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) has helped to conserve more than 477,000 acres of productive agricultural land, wildlife habitat and open space across Colorado. This is an area larger than Rocky Mountain National Park and the city and county of Denver combined.
CCALT was formed by the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) to help Colorado’s ranchers and farmers protect their agricultural lands and encourage the intergenerational transfer of family farms and ranches. In the past twenty-one years, CCALT has partnered with landowners across Colorado to conserve the landscapes that define Colorado’s natural beauty. Our work has helped farming and ranching families across Colorado pay down debt, save for retirement, pay for long-term health care and college education, and preserve their agricultural heritage. It has also helped to preserve the natural resources that make Colorado such a special place.
By conserving hundreds of thousands of acres through easements that last forever, CCALT and our partners have a real, widespread, and lasting impact. Vibrant, well-maintained lands are the foundation of healthy communities. The places that CCALT helps to conserve provide the basis for fresh food and water, natural beauty, clean air, outdoor adventure, and sustainable economies. From rural towns to Colorado’s cities, land conservation improves our daily lives and lays the groundwork for a better future.
Conservation Colorado Education Fund
1536 Wynkoop St.
Denver, CO 80202
Conservation Colorado Education Fund is a grassroots organization that educates and mobilizes people to protect Colorado’s environment and quality of life. We focus on reducing dirty fossil fuels and increasing clean, renewable energy; solving the climate change crisis; preserving public lands, clean air, and water for everyone; and empowering citizens to engage in the democratic process. We collaborate on key environmental issues to find success at the state and federal levels.
Denver Rescue Mission
6100 Smith Rd.
Denver, CO 80216
For 124 years, Denver Rescue Mission has been meeting the needs of the most vulnerable men, women, and children in Colorado through emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs, permanent housing assistance, and community outreach.
The oldest full-service Christian charity in the Rocky Mountain region, Denver Rescue Mission operates eight facilities in Metro Denver and Northern Colorado including: Lawrence Street Shelter, Lawrence Street Community Center, Champa House, The Crossing, Harvest Farm, Fort Collins Rescue Mission, Ministry Outreach Center, and Administration & Education Building.
When you give to the Mission, you are often providing for the emergency needs of people experiencing homelessness through warm meals, safe shelter, and essential clothing. Additionally, you are offering life-changing opportunities for men, women, and families who need a second chance. The programs at the Mission guide people on a path toward a productive and self-sufficient lifestyle.
“It’s easy to wonder what makes one organization more deserving than another, and we see why now because we were affected by it.” – Joe and Alice, Mission supporters and parents to a New Life Program graduate from Denver Rescue Mission
There are various volunteer opportunities with the Mission including: serving meals, mentoring adults or children, tutoring adults or children, sorting warehouse items, gardening at the Farm, providing childcare, and praying for the Mission’s greatest needs. For more information on how to get involved, visit DenverRescueMission.org/volunteer.
Mission Statement: Denver Rescue Mission is changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
Denver Scholarship Foundation
303 East 17th Ave.
Denver, CO 80203
Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) builds a bridge between today’s high school students and tomorrow’s professionals by providing Denver Public Schools’ (DPS) students with guidance to put them on the path to college. DSF supports students with scholarships and services to help complete higher education—a certificate program, associate’s, or bachelor’s degree. Since 2007, DSF has awarded $30 million in scholarships to help more than 5,000 Scholars pay for college, three-fourths of whom have either graduated or continue to succeed in their program.
1420 Ogden St.
Denver, CO 80218
Denver-based nonprofit HistoriCorps® saves historic structures for public benefit through partnerships that foster volunteer participation, education, and training. Since 2009, HistoriCorps has been engaging volunteers, students, youth, and veterans in preserving America’s cultural and historic resources for the enjoyment of generations to come. To date, under the inspired coaching of preservation professionals, volunteers have contributed 80,000 hours rehabilitating over 190 structures in some of the most beautiful places in Colorado and 22 other states.
Hope House of Colorado
PO Box 740568
Arvada, CO 80006
She has a 1 percent chance of earning a college degree.
Less than a 50 percent chance of graduating from high school.
You can help her beat the odds.
You may be surprised to hear that 67 percent of teen moms in your community live below the poverty line. They are vulnerable… and often overlooked.
That’s why Hope House of Colorado opened its doors 13 years ago.
Today over 150 teen moms like Janeth come to Hope House every year for the support they need to become economically and personally self-sufficient. To create a new future for themselves and their children.
To beat the odds.
Hope House of Colorado: Empowering teen moms.
Hope House is metro-Denver’s only resource providing free self-sufficiency programs to parenting teen moms, including Residential, GED, and College & Career Support programs. Additional supportive services include Healthy Relationships and Parenting Programs, Early Learning, Life Skills workshops, and certified counseling, all designed to prepare them for long-term independence. Hope House relies on numerous volunteers and local business partnerships to accomplish its mission.
Learn more at hopehouseofcolorado.org
Integrated Family Community Services
3370 S. Irving St.
Englewood, CO 80110
Since 1964, IFCS has partnered with the community to alleviate poverty, hunger, and housing obstacles. Help restore dignity and respect to families and children seeking to overcome hurdles such as unemployment, domestic violence, crime, disability, and disaster. Nearly 1 in 8 Coloradans live in poverty, including more than 1 in 7 kids, according to the U.S. Census. Your generous gifts will provide basic necessities and have a positive impact on the lives of our neighbors that are seeking economic security.
International Midwife Assistance
PO Box 916
Boulder, CO 80306
International Midwife Assistance (IMA) is devoted to the health of women and babies in areas experiencing maternal/infant health crisis. We helped found a successful women’s health program in Haiti, partnered to create the first accredited midwifery school in Afghanistan post-conflict, and currently support a birth center in northern Uganda that served 37,000 patients last year.
One hundred percent of your gift goes to the Ugandan birth center.
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
4851 Independence St.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Jefferson Center for Mental Health (Jefferson Center) brings hope for a brighter future to thousands of community members every year. Mental health disorders can range from depression, anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, to more severe mental illnesses including personality disorder, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. In Colorado, over 150,000 adults and 52,000 children are living with serious mental health conditions. People struggling with mental illness who do not receive treatment are at greater risk of hospitalization, chronic medical conditions, academic failure, unemployment, becoming involved with the justice system, substance abuse, homelessness, or suicide.
But we can help! Last year, Jefferson Center cared for over 18,000 enrolled clients, a nearly 28% increase over the previous year, and provided education and prevention services to more than 10,000 community members. This total number of people would fill every seat in the Pepsi Center nearly twice! Each client works with his or her clinician to develop an individualized treatment plan that assesses strengths, identifies goals related to recovery, and outlines treatment and support needed. Jefferson Center is committed to providing valuable, cost-effective programs and services to all those in need, and support from community members ensures that everyone will continue to have access to these resources. Together we can create a future where mental health matters and care is accessible to all.
P.O. Box 97
Littleton, CO 80160-0097
Founded in 1983, Magic Moments Inc. promotes participation in the arts for people of all ages, abilities, and needs. Through our programming, we offer the community the opportunity to be not only entertained, but also educated regarding the theatrical talents and abilities of people with physical and developmental disabilities. We take pride in fostering an environment of acceptance, growth, learning and support.
Each year, Magic Moments produces an original musical with a cast of some 200 actors. The show provides equal opportunity for performers both with and without special needs to participate in all aspects of the production. This diverse cast includes performers whose ages range from 5 to 85, and whose experience goes from novice to professional.
Want to be part of this year’s magical experience? Sign up to audition at magicmomentsinc.org, or support our work with a donation through Colorado Gives. Thank you for your help keeping the magic going for another 30 years.
Mental Health Center of Denver
4141 E. Dickenson Pl.
Denver, CO 80222
The Mental Health Center of Denver strives to create a supportive, inclusive environment that helps people flourish. We focus on the well-being of those we serve—whether it’s helping them gain mental stability, find a home, stay healthy, go to school, find a job, learn new skills, or improve relationships. With our partners, we create opportunities for people to overcome challenges and impact communities. As the national leader in redefining mental health care, we provide outreach, prevention, treatment, and crisis services to children, families, and adults.
1100 E. 18th Ave.
Denver, CO 80203
“Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world.” –Norman Borlaug, Nobel Peace Prize Winner
One in seven Coloradans face hunger. Kids are particularly challenged. One in five Colorado children don’t know where they will get their next meal. Locally, 69% of students and virtually all Metro Caring students qualify for free or reduced cost meals. Can you imagine your own children starting the day without food in their belly? While many go hungry, 40% of all food produced in our country ends up in landfills.
Metro Caring is the leader and model for hunger prevention and food waste reduction for Denver and the nation. Simultaneously fighting hunger and promoting sustainability, Metro Caring annually rescues and redistributes over 2.3 million pounds of nutritious food (72% fresh) that would otherwise have gone to waste. Metro Caring’s strategic approach to ending hunger includes a free, fresh-foods market, nutrition and gardening education, and tools for self-sufficiency such as its Seeds for Success job-training program, financial literacy education, and state-wide ID procurement. Over 300 weekly volunteers contribute to daily operations.
Recognizing the link between hunger and food waste, Metro Caring is also leading Save the Food, Share the Food, a city-wide consumer education and engagement campaign aimed at reducing food waste and food need in our community.
With your continued help, we will achieve our mutual goal to end hunger in Denver.
Together we will…
Stay on the frontlines of hunger prevention
Empower people toward healthful lives
Build sustainable communities
Morris Animal Foundation
720 S. Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80246
Morris Animal Foundation is a global leader in funding scientific studies that advance the health of companion animals, horses, and wildlife. Since its founding in 1948, the Foundation has invested over $103 million in more than 2,500 studies that have led to significant breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments and preventions to benefit animals worldwide. Give now during our Season of Hope and your gift will be matched to double your impact. Learn more at Morris Animal Foundation.
PO Box 1563
Granby, CO 80446
“I learned that I was not alone out there, and there were others fighting this battle inside, too… I would say it even saved my life and my relationships with my loved ones.” –Veteran
Project Sanctuary takes military families from battle-ready to family-ready, helping them THRIVE through a two-year, evidenced-based program built on compassionate advocacy, providing resiliency and reintegration tools, and reestablishing HOPE.
Since 2007, Colorado-based Project Sanctuary has welcomed more than 800 military families (over 3,000 individuals!) from all over the country into its A.R.T. of Project Sanctuary program—Assessing the families’ needs, Reconnecting the family members to each other and to their communities through therapeutic retreats, and providing two years of follow-up services and support to enable the families to Thrive today and into the future. Project Sanctuary was the first organization in the country to recognize and build its services upon the fact that the whole family serves, and the best way to “support the troops” is by supporting the entire family. Today it is a national leader in providing holistic services to our military families, hosting its six-day intake retreats in five states—Colorado, California, Utah, Texas, and New York.
With more than 1,800 military families from across the nation on the wait list to enter Project Sanctuary’s program, your support on Colorado Gives Day will truly make the impossible possible for our service members and the families who love them, saving lives and relationships in the process.
Project Sanctuary—where military families thrive!
Rocky Mountain Communities
225 East 16th Ave.
Denver, CO 80203
At the center of Rocky Mountain Communities are our residents. We have over 1,100 units in communities across Colorado filled with working families trying to make ends meet, refugees who have fled war-torn countries, and elderly individuals trying to maintain independence. Since 1992, Rocky Mountain Communities has put our residents front and center. We understand it is important for individuals to not only have safe and well-maintained properties, but housing that is close to bus lines, employment opportunities and beyond.
Rocky Mountain Fisher House
8354 Northfield Blvd.
Denver, CO 80238
Rocky Mountain Fisher House provides a free “home away from home” (temporary lodging) for families of active duty military or veteran’s who are receiving medical treatment. Many military and veterans are needing hospital care for several weeks, even months. These are hotel bills that families cannot afford, which is why we ensure there is never a lodging fee. Our mission is to keep families together when a loved one is needing medical care because we believe family love is good medicine.
Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue
P.O. Box 1623
Broomfield, CO 80038
The Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue (RMLR) consists of a small group of volunteers who are passionate about rescuing and rehoming Labs and Lab mixes from rural and local shelters. Most of these Labs are in “High Kill Shelters” and are only given a few days to get adopted. These loving and loyal animals rely on us for their safety. Please join us in the fight to get more dogs adopted and less put to sleep by donating to RMLR!
10556 E. Parker Rd.
Parker, CO 80138
Join Rosie’s Ranch on Colorado Gives Day and help provide scholarships for children with deafness and other special needs to attend a unique equine therapeutic program taught by a certified CHA instructor and teacher. ALL children are welcome, with and without special needs, enriching lives by providing a diverse setting for Equine Assisted Therapy (riding) and Equine Learning Activities (horsemanship). Endorsed by parents and statistics that prove results. Nothing is better than to ignite the sparkle in the eyes of a child. Free volunteer opportunities enhance the community impact. Let horses inspire YOU to give and join the Rosie’s Ranch TEAM!
Roundup River Ranch
10 W. Beaver Creek Blvd.
Avon, CO 81620
Roundup River Ranch provides children with serious illnesses an old-fashioned, pure fun camp experience where they are not defined by their illness or by things they haven’t tried before. Here, campers and their families discover the healing power of love, laughter, friendship, and shared experiences. Campers realize they are not alone, find the courage to try new activities, and build confidence. With full medical, physical, and emotional support from healthcare professionals, staff and volunteers, campers, and their families have the peace of mind to relax and experience the joys of childhood. And best of all, no camper or their family ever pays a penny.
325 King St.
Denver, CO 80219
Savio: Denver’s best kept secret has been building stronger families for 50 years.
“It’s obvious that Savio cares. That’s what makes them different. They really have something that works.” –Alex, member of a family served by Savio.
Over the last 50 years, Savio, a local, nonprofit organization sponsored by the Denver Lions Club, has served over 36,000 families. Every family faces trials, and some are greater than others. Savio is there for families in their deepest moments of crisis. Through effective and innovative interventions, Savio successfully treats families facing issues such as violence, crime, drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse and neglect, and other destructive behaviors.
2,167 families were served by Savio in 2015 through evidence-based interventions. Each family is different, every circumstance is unique, and the availability of customized plans provided to Savio families is the core of what helps keep them together. By working together to find ways to prevent relapse into destructive behavior, Savio is planting the seeds for a stronger community.
As the needs of our community grow, so must Savio. In order to continue to serve families in crisis, your generous donation is necessary. Your donation will ensure families have the best possible care and are afforded the opportunity to grow stronger together.
St. Joseph Hospital Foundation
1375 East 19th Ave.
Denver, CO 80218
The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation supports Saint Joseph Hospital in carrying out its mission to foster health and healing for the people and communities it serves. Programs supported by the Foundation include charity care through the Caritas Community Clinic, Sister Joanna Bruner Family Medicine Center, and Seton Women’s Center; education programs for physicians, nurses, and health care workers; and community health and wellness programs.
Tennyson Center for Children
2950 Tennyson Street
Denver, CO 80212
Tennyson Center for Children (TCC) provides residential, in-home, and K–12 classroom based therapeutic services to Colorado children. The children TCC serves are survivors of severe abuse or neglect, or have significant mental health or developmental issues. Tennyson Center is often seen as the last resort for children who have nowhere else to go. TCC has been changing lives and giving hope to children and families for more than 112 years.
Support kids who need it the most!
The Denver Hospice
501 S. Cherry Street
Denver, CO 80246
The Denver Hospice is launching Caregiving 2016, a six week campaign to raise awareness and funding for critical programs provided by the Denver Hospice, including animal-assisted therapy, child bereavement services, veteran programs and more. Caregiving 2016 starts on November 1 and will culminate on Colorado Gives Day, December 6, 2016. The Colorado Gives Day Incentive Fund allows participating nonprofits to increase the value of every donation made on that day.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary
1946 County Road 53
Keenesburg, CO 80643
The Wild Animal Sanctuary is a 720-acre refuge for more than 450 lions, tigers, bears, wolves, and other rescued animals that came from illegal or abusive situations. The Sanctuary rehabilitates the animals and provides large acreage natural habitats for them to live and roam freely. Your support is the key to their survival, as we receive no government funding or subsidies. Feeding over 40,000 pounds of food per week and providing world-class veterinary care is incredibly expensive and we need your help. Please donate today to help save a majestic creatures life!
Volunteers of America
2660 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205
Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Through more than 30 distinct human service programs, we provide more than 200,000 of Colorado’s at-risk youth, frail elderly, veterans, low-income families, homeless, women and children escaping domestic violence, and those seeking affordable housing solutions with the hope and help they need to succeed in life.
For more than 100 years, we have combined highly effective programs and services with a deep sense of compassion in order to heal the mind and body—and touch the heart and soul of those we serve.
“Our work is not all bread and shelter. The underprivileged, the weak and the unfortunate need more. They need sympathy, the warmth of fellowship, and the instilling of courage.” –Volunteers of America Founder, Ballington Booth
Volunteers of Outdoor Colorado
600 S. Marion Parkway
Denver, CO 80209
Since 1984, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) has been motivating and enabling people of all ages and backgrounds to become active stewards of Colorado’s spectacular outdoors and natural resources. VOC works with conservation and land agencies and relies on thousands of people annually to provide a volunteer workforce for a variety of outdoor stewardship projects. These projects take place across Colorado—from city parks and open spaces, to grasslands and foothills, to alpine meadows and peaks.
Wild Blue Animal Rescue
5975 Burgess Rd
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary focuses on Colorado’s under-served feline population, working tirelessly to get both domestic and working barn cats adopted into loving families.
No matter how expensive the required medical care, we give our rescue cats the best possible treatment options and a loving sanctuary environment to live the healthiest, happiest lives, including those cats with terminal illnesses. We’ve rescued nearly 500 cats this year, over 2,020 to date, with the help of our fosters, volunteers, and community partners.
P.O. Box 1544
Laporte, CO 80535
Founded in 1995, W.O.L.F.’s mission is to improve the quality of life for wolves and wolf dogs through rescue, sanctuary and education. W.O.L.F. provides lifelong care to 30 animals at our sanctuary in Northern Colorado, along with working with other sanctuaries and rescue organizations to place animals in safe, appropriate settings. W.O.L.F. also educates the public about the plight of wolves and wolf dogs (both captive-born and wild) to foster a greater understanding of these animals and their value.