Does your non-profit need to make money? Of course it does! Concerts for Kids and the Denver Day of Rock want to put $1,000,000 into our community non-profit organizations. It’s so easy for your group to make money. Just have your donors, volunteers and community purchase “Game of Skill” tickets. Your non-profit will keep 100% of the proceeds. Visit Concert for Kids.org to see the list of groups who have taken advantage of this great opportunity and how the “Game of Skill” works. And check out Denver Mayor Michael Hancock speaking on the importance of a A Million for What Matters! Entries must be purchased no later than April 30th, 2014
National Sports Center for the Disabled - Call for Volunteers
The National Sports Center for the Disabled is looking for volunteers to help out with their adaptive winter alpine sports programs in Denver and Winter Park. Volunteers earn free skiing in Winter Park! For more information visit nscd.org.
Denver Day of Rock kicks off the summer with a one-of-a-kind event bringing our community together to raise funds for children’s charities. Volunteers are needed to support this great event to set up, tear down, sell merchandise, help in the VIP lounge, help kids make a colorful monster mural or be a roadie for the day and provide band support! Contact Julie at Concerts for Kids 303-605-2885 or Julie@concertsforkids.org
Want to make a difference in your community with just 10 dollars? CheckOff Colorado is a simple way to give to our state's non-profits when filing your taxes. Make voluntary contributions right on your state tax return. Give to worthy causes that support Alzheimer's, kids, families, horses, mental health, pets, cancer and career development. Last year, Colorado taxpayers donated nearly one point four million dollars. Visit checkoffcolorado.com to learn more.