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Inasmuch Foundation awards $154,500 in grants

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Inasmuch Foundation announced today the distribution of $154,500 in grants to 13 organizations in Colorado Springs, according to a press release from the organization. Grants were awarded to organizations for projects addressing the foundation’s areas of interest as follows: • $25,000 to Colorado Springs Conservatory for programming support, scholarship development and the strengthening of internal… Continue Reading Inasmuch Foundation awards $154,500 in grants

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Springs Rescue Mission needs turkeys

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Hundreds of frozen turkeys are needed to complete food boxes to El Paso County families in need, including a few hundred military families at Fort Carson. Bob Hughes, chief programs officer at Springs Rescue Mission, said that turkey donations were coming in – but at a much slower rate. “We’re on deck to provide about… Continue Reading Springs Rescue Mission needs turkeys

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Westside residents say that when Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs leaves Old Colorado City for new offices on Garden of the Gods Road in the Spring they’d like to see mixed-use development, food stores, apartments, a convention center – or all of the above take its place. Goodwill representatives held a meeting on Oct. 26… Continue Reading Goodwill move opens door for Westside redevelopment

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For the past year, a team of nearly 40 people have watched about 300 films made by women and narrowed a select 34 films for the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival, which begins this weekend in Colorado Springs. The festival, in its 24th year, begins with a gala Nov. 4 and continues throughout the weekend… Continue Reading Weekend of films made by women, 24th Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival

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Goodwill to get input on future of OCC location

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As Goodwill prepares to move the majority of its services to its new campus on West Garden of the Gods Road, it will host a community meeting to get public responses about what should be done with the space it will vacate in Old Colorado City. Goodwill will host a public neighborhood meeting at its… Continue Reading Goodwill to get input on future of OCC location

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Silver key seeks volunteer drivers

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Silver Key needs a few good drivers to serve meals to elderly residents and to take them to doctor appointments, the grocery store or recreational outings. Drivers typically work one four-hour shift a week, and provide door-to-door services. For many clients, Silver Key drivers are their only means of transportation. Meals on Wheels drivers use… Continue Reading Silver key seeks volunteer drivers

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CCLP receives $351,000 grant

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The Colorado Center on Law and Policy received a $371,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation to strengthen poverty-reduction efforts across the state. The three-year grant is the first of its kind the foundation has made in Colorado, and will provide resources to enhance group efforts to reduce poverty – creating tools such as online databases… Continue Reading CCLP receives $351,000 grant

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Segments of CASA of the Pikes Peak Region and Goodwill Industries, along with the county cooperative extension offices, will likely move into a building next door to the new El Paso County offices on Garden of the Gods Road. The El Paso County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to allow the county to sign a… Continue Reading Nonprofits to move to county offices at Garden of the Gods

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Silver Key in Colorado Springs is expanding the number of clients it serves in Colorado Springs. Through the Federal Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Silver Key can distribute 200 more food boxes to local seniors. Anyone 60 or over who meets financial guidelines and lives in Colorado Springs or Manitou Springs can quality to receive a… Continue Reading Silver Key expands services

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Coloradans continue to give despite economy

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Nearly 96 percent Coloradans gave to charity last year –with three in four giving because they were asked to by someone they know. The Colorado Nonprofit Associations says their report shows Coloradans continue to give, despite tough times. Women and younger people are more likely than others to give and more than half support nonprofits… Continue Reading Coloradans continue to give despite economy

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