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for their generous category sponsorship. The Colorado Springs Military Newspaper Group, comprised of the Schriever Sentinel, the Peterson Space Observer and the Fort Carson Mountaineer, appreciates the missions of local nonprofits and how vital they are to the community.
Angels of America’s Fallen empowers children of our fallen military, police, fire, and EMS heroes by engaging them in positive activities throughout their entire childhood. We support them not just one time, but with a commitment to see them positively involved in healthy activities such as sports, music, and arts all year, every year, and all the way through 18 years old without having to reapply.
The heroic sacrifices of the D-Day Invasion on June 6, 1944 must never be forgotten, and the Colorado Springs Chorale will represent our great city and the United States as it travels to Normandy, France, as the exclusive choir of the 76th D-Day ceremonies to sing in honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.
Guardian Service Dogs provides an alternative disability mitigation option for medical conditions with the use of a Service Dog performing medically necessary tasks and enhancing the quality of life by providing Quality Service Animal Training. Disabilities include but are not limited to: Traumatic Brain Injury, Seizures, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Paralysis, Dissassociative Disorders, MST
HPP believes everyone can recover from addictions and learn to manage severe mental illness. Through five housing programs with intense case management services and access to an outpatient treatment clinic, HPP restores hope, dignity, and self-reliance. Clients move from dependency and poverty to wellness and independence. HPP works closely with other agencies to bridge between shelter and permanent housing.
Mt. Carmel provides comprehensive support to veterans, military and their families. We collaborate to bridge gaps in community services without repeating existing programs. Our approach includes: Employment &Transition Programs, Behavioral Health Counseling, Veterans Climb (incarcerated veterans), Supportive Case Management & Resource Navigation. We provide advocacy, mentorship & support to ensure positive outcomes.
Helping veterans through the healing power of water. Our program combines our volunteers’ passion for fly fishing with the rivers, streams and lakes of Colorado to enable physical and emotional healing for disabled veterans in the Pikes Peak region. With over 550 participants supported by more than 325 volunteers, we are making a difference for disabled veterans in the Pikes Peak region.
The mission of Victory Service Dogs is to improve the quality of life, and, in some cases, save the life, of Colorado veterans w/ PTSD or other mental or mobility issues through the partnership with a loving service dog, so they can achieve a more fulfilling life of increased independence, purpose & dignity. Our program is unique because we train the dog AND the veteran together, advancing their teamwork from day one.