Corporate Social Responsibility
Building Confidence in Kids
Building Confidence in Kids® is a philanthropic initiative designed to complement Saunders’ traditional philanthropic giving by involving employees from all levels of the company in forming a mutually beneficial two-year long partnership with one nonprofit organization. This partnership will combine a financial contribution with an in-kind and volunteer contribution.
- Building Confidence in Kids will form a two-year long partnership between Saunders and one nonprofit organization focusing on children, families and/or education.
- The committee will work with the partner to determine how to maximize a significant package of volunteer time, in-kind and cash donations that will be distributed throughout the two years.
- For more information on the Building Confidence in Kids program, please contact Megan Galloway at email@example.com or (303) 699-9000.
Building Confidence in Kids Partners
Brent's Place strives to provide a unique home away from home, that vigilantly protects the fragile health of patients while also strengthening the integrity of the family unit, enriching day-to-day life and fostering an unwavering community of support. Their mission is to provide Safe-Clean housing and improve the quality of life for children and families living with cancer and other immunocompromising conditions...one day at a time. For more information, visit http://brentsplace.org/
Mount Saint Vincent
Mount Saint Vincent has transformed the lives of thousands of abused, neglected, and ttraumatized children. They provide kids with a safe haven, individualized treatment, and education for the youth and their families. Using the most advanced therapeutic techniques — including the groundbreaking Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics — thier innovative programs help heal these special kids. Changing young lives by providing help and hope, one child at a time. For more information, visit https://www.msvhome.org/
Warren Village provides housing, on-site family services and early childhood education to single parent families who were previously homeless. They support these families in order to help them become economically self-sustainable and re-connect with their community. For more information, visit www.warrenvillage.org
The University of Denver Bridge Project
Inspired by past University of Denver Chancellor Dan Ritchie and the Graduate School of Social Work, The University of Denver Bridge Project aims to provide educational opportunities for children living in Denver's public housing neighborhoods so that they have a better chance to graduate from high school, attend college or learn a trade. Founded in 1991, The Bridge Project serves more than 500 families in four Denver public housing neighborhoods, including Columbine, South Lincoln, Quigg Newton and Westwood. For more information, visit www.du.edu/bridgeproject/
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