Each year, All Secure participates in Colorado Gives Day as one more way to showcase one of our core values, always have a positive impact. There are five local Denver Metro non-profits that we give to consistently. This year, we wanted to share a quick snap shot of each so if you too are looking for places to give and not sure where you can make the most impact, you have an additional resource. The five non-profits are: Community Table, Precious Child, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Scouts BSA and Hope House.
Community Table of Arvada
This Arvada-based food bank provides a number of services to our local community, including a food pantry, laundry services, and even health and dental care. The mission of Community Table is to ensure that our community has access to food and resources to foster self-sufficiency. The organization was founded in 1982 as a volunteer-centric community and has grown to nearly 300 volunteers. You can learn more and donate by visiting https://cotable.org/
Helping children and their families navigate community resources and opportunities is the primary mission of Precious Child. This organization supports disadvantaged and displaced children in reaching their fullest potential through a “Cradle to Career” approach. Precious Child was and continues to be a support network for many of the children impacted by the Marshall Fire in Colorado as well, showing that their work expands to wherever children are in need. You can learn more and donate by visiting https://apreciouschild.org/
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities opened in 1976 to bring a multi-cultural facility to the Arvada and North Jefferson County communities. The organization produces, curates and creates entertainment, art exhibits, performances, and education to continue to further arts and humanities in our area. This non-profit is especially near and dear to us as our Director of the All Secure Experience sits on one of the boards and is a performance arts enthusiast! You can learn more and donate by visiting https://arvadacenter.org/
Formerly the Boy Scouts of America, Scouts BSA is a group that we also support year-round. Both of our boys are in Scouts BSA, where we consistently witness their learning around respect, self-value, leadership, character, citizenship and physical fitness. There are several scout troops throughout Colorado. If you would like to give to one of the groups, you can find a great list at https://scoutingcolorado.org/
Hope House was founded to help support teen moms by providing opportunities for persona, educational, and economic self-sufficiency. From stable housing to parenting programs, Hope House has been impacting the local community since 2003. They are committed to transforming the lives of teen mothers around the world. You can help by learning more and donating at https://www.hopehousecolorado.org/
The above list is not the only way All Secure gives back to the community, but these are definitely among top of the list. We look forward to continuing to support our Colorado communities.