We will be accepting Letters of Intent for the 2019/20 Denver Post Season To Share through June 30, 2019. Please visit www.seasontoshare.com for guidelines and more information. Submitting organizations will receive an email in early September indicating an invite to apply or a decline. Click here to submit your LOI. For questions, email email@example.com.
The 34th Annual Denver Post Ride The Rockies Bicycle Tour is in the books after a beautiful week spent with 1,700+ cyclists from across the world.
The Tour, which took place June 9 – 15, 2019, was another loop ride. We want to thank our Title Sponsor, Flexential and all of our partners and sponsors for making the ride possible.
With the start in Crested Butte, the 2019 Route had great highs with peaks including Monarch Pass, Independence Pass and McClure Pass and wonderful lows as they meandered through both the Gunnison and Roaring Fork Valleys. For more Ride The Rockies information, please visit ridetherockies.com
The 2018/19 Denver Post Season To Share campaign presented by DaVita granted $1,645,000 to 54 metro Denver nonprofit organizations in early April. These organizations work tirelessly to prepare children and youth for success in the classroom and in life, protect children and families in need with medical care, house families and individuals in need of a permanent home, and nourish those who experience hunger. Click here to see the list of 2018/19 Season To Share grantees.
Thank you to all who generously donated to the 2018/19 Denver Post Season To Share presented by DaVita holiday fundraising campaign. Your gifts will make a difference in the lives of thousands, supporting metro Denver nonprofit agencies serving the areas of children and youth, health and wellness, homelessness and hunger. The 54 agencies who will benefit from your kindness will be announced in early April.
Prior to the Tour, the 9th Annual RTR Prologue Experience, a premier fundraiser for The Denver Post Community Foundation, took place with participants riding alongside celebrity cyclists over Hoosier Pass into Fairplay, all while discovering the gold rush in the restored mining town of South Park City and touring the Old Country Boy Mine, one of the largest and most famous gold mines in Breckenridge.
For the month of July, The Denver Post ACTS (Assisting the Community Through Service) employee volunteers gathered and donated school supplies to benefit MEED – Minority Enterprise & Educational Development – for homeless students attending a Denver Public School in the fall. This year Chatton, Bonnie, Connie and their team put on a Stuff The Bus Carnival which brought employees together to have fun while helping students in need. With more than $1,700 in donations raised, the shopping was plentiful and it took a Chevy Suburban and a Grand Cherokee to deliver everything to the actual School Bus. We are grateful to everyone who donated these much needed backpacks and school supplies!