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The Neumann Education Foundation received a boost in support this week, when all the superintendents at school districts in El Paso County signed a resolution for the nonprofit. Founded by Dave Neumann, a former Air Force Academy professor and owner of Neumann Systems Group, the nonprofit wants to put iPads in the hands of all… Continue Reading Neumann foundation gets approval from superintendents

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Care and Share hosts food drive for Wetmore fire

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Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado is holding a one-day food drive for victims of the Wetmore fire, now burning outside Pueblo. The drive is being held today, until 4 p.m. at the nonprofit’s Pueblo warehouse at 100 Greenhorn Drive. All food that is collected will help Care and Share partner agencies serving… Continue Reading Care and Share hosts food drive for Wetmore fire

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Denver woman pleads guilty to charitable fraud

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Candice Jenkins pled guilty to the crime of engaging in a charitable fraud scheme, according to news from John Suthers, Colorado Attorney General. The crime is a class five felony, and involved the Gathering Place, a shelter in Denver that provides services to women and their children experiencing issues with homelessness and poverty. Jenkins also… Continue Reading Denver woman pleads guilty to charitable fraud

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AG approves Memorial-UCH lease agreement

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Attorney General John Suthers has cleared the final hurdle before the Aug. 28 election that will decide the future of Memorial Health System.   Suthers has approved the lease agreement between Memorial, the city and the University of Colorado Health, a collaboration of University of Colorado Hospital and Poudre Valley Health System.   The attorney… Continue Reading AG approves Memorial-UCH lease agreement

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The nonprofit arts industry accounts for $72 million in annual economic impact across the Pikes Peak region, according to a study released on Tuesday by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region. The study was conducted by Americans for the Arts, based in Washington, D.C., in tandem with identical studies in 182 other regions… Continue Reading Local arts and culture produce $72 million annually

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Colorado Springs Together, a new nonprofit set up to be a clearinghouse of information about recovery efforts for the Waldo Canyon fire, services and resources, is creating an electronic list of all residents in Mountain Shadows to make sure they get information they need. The nonprofit is led by Mayor Steve Bach and his wife,… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Together starts nonprofit work for Mountain Shadows

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Colorado Springs’ nonprofits are banding together to continue to help victims of the Waldo Canyon fire. Called the long-term recovery group, the local nonprofits will coordinate services and share resources to help families and the community recover in the aftermath of one of the most costly fires in the state’s history. “Of course, our community… Continue Reading Nonprofits form long-term recovery group to aid fire victims

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Nonprofits must brace for hard times

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Every natural disaster has its obvious victims — those who lose their lives, their homes, perhaps their businesses or their jobs. We’re seeing that now with the Waldo Canyon fire, which has stabbed the Colorado Springs area in any number of ways. And those wounds will continue to surface in the weeks and months ahead,… Continue Reading Nonprofits must brace for hard times

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Colorado Springs will host the final round of public input for TBD Colorado, a statewide group gathering information about some of Colorado’s largest issues. The summit is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 23 at Berger Hall at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Summits are also scheduled for the Mt.… Continue Reading TBD Colorado to hold final summit in Springs

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Smokebrush publishes new yoga magazine

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A new yoga-focused magazine, Marma Points, published its first issue earlier this month with promises of future quarterly issues. The magazine is supported by the Smokebrush Foundation. However, publisher Don Goede said he’s looking into ways to sustainably fund the publication, which might include underwriting for the nonprofit publication. Goede said he had the idea… Continue Reading Smokebrush publishes new yoga magazine

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