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Community Support

SOAR is so thankful for all the businesses and organizations that support our mission and vision through the various avenues from financial donations to in-kind donations, to providing various opportunities to our youth, we are so grateful for the support of our local community!

Grantors

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The Get Grounded Foundation provides one-year community grants for new, innovative and entrepreneurial programs or projects within an existing, qualified nonprofit that directly supports the healthy development of at-risk youth in the Denver metro and Boulder areas.

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Caring for Denver Foundation works with those on the front lines to address the mental health and substance misuse challenges in the City and County of Denver.

The Office of Children's Affairs works to connect families to youth programs and support initiatives that address family needs around childcare affordability and availability, early literacy, social and emotional learning, youth transportation, workforce supports and youth violence prevention. 

RESCHOOL is a Colorado-based nonprofit organization that believes that learning happens everywhere.  They work alongside a variety of people to address these inequities so all young people have the resources to access the learning experiences they choose.

The Sheila Fortune Foundation (SFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping at-risk youths gain access to, and expression through, the performing arts. 
BRIC, a fund of The Denver Foundation, was established to address systemic racism and inequities that negatively impact Black communities.

Sponsors & Partnerships

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The Denver Botanical Gardens supports SOAR through a nonprofit membership to the York St. & Chatfield locations

Generation Wild is a research-led, multiyear campaign designed to spark a movement that would reconnect kids to the outdoor world. They help SOAR by taking us tubing and hiking!

The Sand Creek Regional Greenway partners with SOAR to host events for our youth. These events allow our youth to spend time outdoors, learn about sand creek and the wildlife along the sand creek.

Through our partnership, SOAR is able to refer our families to A Precious Child when they are in need of clothing support. A Precious Child also has volunteer opportunities for our youth

The partnership SOAR has with the City of Aurora (CORE) provides our youth with the opportunity to receive educational outdoor activities such as guided nature hikes, archery, fishing, canoeing, and so much more.

SOAR partners with The Urban Farm to provide  events that give our youth the opportunity to spend time with and learn about a variety of farm animals (goats, sheep, horses, chickens, etc.).

With equal parts experience and vision, Avalon Bay has established a leadership position rooted in building value for the long term.

The Gang Reduction of Denver (GRID) is a network of federal, state, and local government agencies, local businesses, community-based, grassroots and faith-based organizations that work in a collaborative manner to address gang violence.

The Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance (DATA) works to facilitate a victim-centered, multidisciplinary response to human trafficking in Denver through enhancing collaborative efforts; supporting trauma-informed services; promoting collaborative investigations and prosecution; improving education and awareness; and advancing public policy and advocacy. They help at SOAR by providing training & more.

Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline

844-CO-4-Kids

Available 24 hours a day, every day. Don't hesitate to call and get help. 

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Making it easy for youth-serving organizations to manage data and connect with families.

DAAconnect unites the out-of-school time community around the power of quality, youth programming through a free-to-use, online platform. 

Helping young people learn, grow and thrive, while supporting families with work-life balance.

The Denver Afterschool Alliance (DAA) builds the capacity of afterschool programs and professionals to provide high-quality, diverse afterschool programs. 

The Colorado Trivia League Partners with SOAR for Trivia fundraising events, fun team nights, or just an inquisitive event!
The Art Garage, Denver partners with SOAR for Art Classes and Painting events. Giving our youth a potentially messy or passion-filled outlet in the arts.
CSU Spur hosts SOAR during their classes and events. SOAR youth interested in becoming a veterinarian or Veterinarian Technician are able to indulge in higher education and a glimpse of the future
Urban Air donated passes for SOAR's youth and mentors to go and fly for a session. Providing new outlets for SOAR youth, and granting SOAR staff new tools to build rapport.
MEOW WOLF (Convergence Station) donated an entry for SOAR's youth and mentors.  Potentially allowing SOAR youth to find an outlet in art and build a stronger connection to their mentor.
The Colorado Rockies offers SOAR discounted tickets as a nonprofit organization. This allows us to take our baseball-obsessed youth to a game for an individual session.
Kroenke Sports Entertainment offers SOAR free tickets as a nonprofit organization. This allows us to take our sports-obsessed youth to games during the upcoming soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and hockey season!
The Art Garage, Denver offers SOAR a creative space to get messy, make art, and express themselves freely! 
The Denver Art Museum offers SOAR free entry for mentorship sessions! Both for general admission and exhibit entry

The Women & Girls of Color Fund is a community-developed, community-led field-of-interest fund dedicated to investing in and partnering with women-of-color-led organizations that are working to advance the economic security of Colorado women and girls of color.

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