Our Giving

 

Starting in July 2016 we made a commitment to give a portion of each transaction earned to those providing physical, emotional or spiritual shelter. With your permission, our vision is that we will make these donations in honor of you, our clients, and provide you with the opportunity to stay connected to where the money was donated through the nonprofit’s newsletter and volunteer alongside the shelter team throughout the year.

 

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Total $ amount donated to date
updated July 2017

16350

Total $ amount donated to date
updated July 2017

Check out the amazing work these non-profits are doing!

Hope in Our City

We build relationships with refugees to foster healthy community in Denver and make generational impact. Through friendships, all other needs come into clearer view.

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Project Worthmore

Project Worthmore works to restore worth to our refugee neighbors through the heart of our community. Every family we serve has a unique story, a steadfast courage, and a resilience to survive and rebuild their lives here in Colorado.

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Metro Caring

Metro Caring’s holistic approach to ending hunger includes a free, fresh-foods market, nutrition and gardening education, and tools for self-sufficiency such as the Seeds for Success job-training program, financial literacy education and state-wide ID procurement. Over 300 weekly volunteers contribute to daily operations.

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Nepal Orphans Home

Nepal Orphans Home (NOH) began in March of 2005 when a friend took Michael Hess to an ‘orphanage’ in Dhapasi in Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley that she said needed help. He found a small, rundown house with over two dozen destitute children. Malnourished, in poor health, and not attending school, the children were forced by the owners to beg on the streets. Michael assumed management of the home, renovated the building, and began to care for the children.

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Rivonia, Inc.

Rivonia Inc’s goal is to provide assistance and advocacy to help victims of human trafficking prevail over the trauma of sexual and labor exploitation by providing safety, healing, empowerment, justice, life skill training and reintegration into society.

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The Gathering Place

Founded in 1986, The Gathering Place is the only daytime drop-in center in metropolitan Denver that serves women, their children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty, many of whom are also experiencing homelessness. While we refer to those we serve as "members," no fees are ever charged for programs or services.

We believe deeply in the power of our community and continually work to make it stronger. Our key values include recognizing individual strengths, building respect and trust, and offering unconditional acceptance.

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Want to be a part of our vision?

Contact us today to join our mailing list, our team or to do a transaction with us!  We look forward to seeing what we can accomplish together.