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for their generous category sponsorship.
ACT II brings literature to life through the magic of theatre with wholesome, educational, high-quality productions for local schools and the community. School children read the book, then watch it unfold on stage. We subsidize ticket prices so that all schools, including low-income schools, can enjoy this life-changing art. We also provide young actors with a safe environment where they can grow in their character and talent.
Ascending to Health is the only facility in the Pikes Peak region offering homeless individuals a safe place to recuperate after a hospital stay. Our respite services assist with meds management, benefits enrollment, connections to primary care and supportive housing options. We partner with hospitals to provide a vital safety net to our community's most vulnerable, because no one should have to recover on the street.
Numerous studies show that youth grades K-12 benefit physically, emotionally, and academically from environmental education. We believe that these benefits should be accessible to all, regardless of socioeconomic status. We strive to offer our state-recognized programs to all youth. Through outdoor science adventures, students gain skills in making a difference as well as the sense of self-confidence that they can.
We train youth to be responsible, productive citizens who give back to their community, and use the universal language of music to break down barriers within and among generations, ethnicities and cultures. We sing and serve at home, across the nation and around the world as ambassadors of the Pikes Peak region. CSCC creates a safe place for young people to express themselves and connect with others.
CSPM builds a lasting connection to the Pikes Peak region by preserving and sharing our cultural history. Through innovative exhibits, educational outreach and programming, preservation of objects and collections, we connect more than 100,000 visitors annually to important stories about our community. We encourage visitors to discover the past, make sense of the present and shape the region's future.
For over 25 years, CP has helped families and the community with services in parenting, early childhood and adult education, financial coaching, healthy living, GED testing, and more! Programs at CP not only provide a safety-net for families but also a support system and a place to build on natural strengths. By empowering our community, we build a brighter future.
Diakonia (Greek for service) serves families to enable children to reach their full potential. It combines a holistic education approach, community-center locations, and affordable fee structure to operate three high-impact early education facilities throughout Colorado Springs – all with the ultimate goal that every child becomes a productive member of their communities.
We make imagination part of everyday learning by awakening creativity, curiosity and courage in children and adults. We inspire a love of learning through creative engagement via our What IF…Festival of Innovation and Imagination, Imagination Space, School Theater, Kaleidoscope Dance, Dragon Theatre, Portals project connecting us to the world, and CACTUS program for active military, veterans and their families.
We've been rescued by music! Our lives improved through playing our instruments and interacting with other musicians. Our adult ensembles rehearse and perform 30+ concerts for the community. NHBCOS has become an integral part of our lives and we love it! Help us rescue more adults - donate to our NHBCOS cause.
Our House Inc. provides services for adults with disabilities to empower their independence and build personal relationships so as to better help, teach, and grow according to their own potential through the support of life skills, vocational training, and giving back to their community. We provide residential and day program services to help people be more self-sufficient and live the life they desire.
Serving students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds from 7th grade through completion of college, Peak Education empowers individuals to reach their potential by expanding educational choices, vision and dreams for the future. The key is our unique, community-based combination of college and career readiness curriculum; deep mentoring relationships; leadership development and service-learning; and family engagement.
We are volunteer musicians committed to developing our individual musicianship so that we can provide high quality, low cost classical symphony orchestra concerts to our community. We share our love of music by creating programs that include both the familiar and the adventurous, with tools to make them accessible and enjoyable, such as pre-concert discussions, audience engagement, and innovative themes.
Our mission is to sustain the traditions and skills of all forms of textile arts and honor the earth by bringing the conversation about textile sustainability to the community. We believe that a community that embraces creativity and making, and honors self-expression is a much stronger, more connected and tolerant community. Textiles are a unique art form because they are more accessible, less intimidating to learn.
Society often discriminates against people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), inhibiting access to basic human rights. The Arc PPR’s Building for Change Inclusive Campus will help those with disabilities to achieve their vision through personal development, life skills training, and expanded advocacy efforts, while involving the community in improving the culture for those with I/DD.