The Denver Post Season To Share campaign presented by Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation

Together We Can Make a Difference for Our Neighbors in Need

This year more than ever, support is crucial for our neighbors in need. We hope you’ll join us in helping 50+ metro Denver nonprofit agencies that are making a difference in the lives of those who need it most. And, thanks to a generous match from Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation again this year, donations up to $500,000 will be matched at .50 per dollar making gifts stretch even further.

Through The Denver Post Community Foundation, Season To Share grants support local, qualified agencies that provide life-changing programs to help low-income children, families and adults move out of poverty toward stabilization and self-sufficiency.

To read stories about grantees and their important work in the community, click here to visit the Season To Share page on

The Denver Post Season To Share, is a program of The Denver Post Community Foundation, a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, tax identification #27-4328521. For information on the Foundation, click here. To see a list of last year’s grant recipients, click here.

Children and Youth

Health and Wellness




  • Thanks to Season To Share donors, Project Angel Heart will deliver medically-tailored meals to the homes of 2,300 people in the Denver-metro area with a life threatening illness.

    Project Angel Heart
  • Our crisis line which is the single point of entry for anyone at risk of/or experiencing homelessness is supported by this grant. We are able to assist people with basic needs like shelter from a storm, food and warm clothing. Thank you Season To Share!

    Family Tree, Inc.
  • This grant has enabled our organization to enroll more students, measure and analyze our student performance results, and make a big impact on 4th grade reading proficiency in the greater Denver area.

    Reading Partners
  • Kids In Need of Dentistry is grateful to receive this grant, which will support the Chopper Topper Program, KIND's in-school sealant program.

    Kids In Need of Dentistry
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