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

Together We Can Make A Difference

 

The Denver Post Season To Share presented by Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation is an annual holiday fundraising campaign that runs through December 31, 2019. Donations up to $800,000 will be matched at .50 per dollar by Denver Active 20-30, making an even greater impact in our community.

Season To Share will support more than 50 qualified metro Denver nonprofit organizations focusing on children and youth, health and wellness, homelessness, and hunger. These organizations all provide life-changing programs that help low-income children, families and adults move out of poverty toward stabilization and self-sufficiency.

Thank you to everyone who has generously donated! In each Sunday Denver Post throughout the campaign, a previous Season To Share nonprofit grantee is featured. Click here to read the stories online.

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.

Children and Youth

Health and Wellness

Homelessness

Hunger

Testimonials

  • 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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