The Denver Post Season To Share Holiday Fundraising Campaign Is Underway

Together we can make a difference! Now through December 31, 2022, donations up to $1,000,000 to The Denver Post Season To Share will be generously matched at 50% by The Denver Children’s Foundation. Funds raised will support more than 50 metro Denver nonprofit agencies focusing on hunger, homelessness, children and youth and health and wellness. For more information or to make a donation, visit seasontoshare.com

Congratulations to the 51 Season To Share grant recipients that will share $1,700,000 in awards

Thanks to the kindness of 3,900 donors, the generous matching grant from Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation, the partnership from MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation, and a large gift from an anonymous donor – $1,700,000 will make a tremendous impact on thousands of children, families, and adults through programs focused on hunger, homelessness, children and youth, and health and wellness.

Click here to see a list of the 51 Season To Share nonprofit grantees that will strengthen metro Denver by nourishing those who experience hunger, housing families and individuals in need of a permanent home, preparing children and youth for success in the classroom and in life, and protecting children and families in need with medical care.


Through The Denver Post Community Foundation, Season To Share grants support local, qualified agencies that focus on homelessness, hunger, children and youth and health and wellness. These grantees provide programs that help low-income children, families and adults move out of poverty toward stabilization and self-sufficiency. To read stories about grantees that were published in The Sunday Denver Post each week during the campaign, click here to visit the Season To Share page on denverpost.com.

Thank you for supporting Season To Share

Thank you to everyone who generously donated to The Denver Post Season To Share holiday fundraising campaign! Donations up to $500,000 were matched at 50% by our partners at Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation and will support more than 50 metro Denver nonprofit organizations. These agencies are working tirelessly to help those who need it the most in the areas of hunger, homelessness, children and youth programs and health and wellness. The total amount to be granted will be announced soon. Donations are accepted year-round; future gifts will be included in the next campaign; click here to donate.

$1.77 Million Granted to 52 Nonprofit Agencies Through Season To Share

Thanks to the kindness of our 4,600 donors in this incredibly challenging year, a generous matching grant from Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation, the partnership from MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation, and a large gift from an anonymous donor – $1,770,000 will support 52 local nonprofit agencies working to nourish those who experience hunger, house those in need of a permanent home, prepare children and youth for success in the classroom and in life and protect children and families in need with medical care. Click here to see a full list of the 2020/21 grantees.

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Thank you to all who donated to The Denver Post Season To Share campaign presented by Denver Active 20-30

In a year like no other, so many generous people came forward to help our neighbors in need. Thank you to everyone who donated to The Denver Post Season To Share campaign presented by Denver Active 20-30 to help make a difference in the lives of those who need it the most. Gifts up to $500,000 are being matched at .50 per dollar by Denver Active 20-30 and are benefiting 50+ metro Denver nonprofit agencies serving the needs of Children and Youth, Health and Wellness, Homelessness, and Hunger. To learn more, visit seasontoshare.com or call 800-518-3972. Contact us at dpcommunity@denverpost.com for questions.

The Denver Post Season To Share is a program of The Denver Post Community Foundation, a recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, tax identification 27-4328521.  

Congratulations to 55 Metro Denver Season To Share Grantees

On March 29, we were pleased to recognize the 55 well-deserving nonprofit agencies that received grants totaling $1,400,000 through the 2019/20 Denver Post Season To Share campaign presented by Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation. These metro Denver nonprofits are providing life-changing programs for those who need it most and we thank them for their unwavering commitment to improve and enrich the lives of those in our community. Please join us in congratulating them all. To see a full list of grantees, click here.

Thank you to all who contributed to the 2019 Season To Share campaign. The funds raised have been granted to 55 agencies 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. seasontoshare.com

 

 

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Season To Share – Thank You

Thank you to all who contributed to the 2019 Denver Post Season To Share presented by Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation. The funds raised will be granted to more than 50 metro Denver nonprofit organizations that provide life changing programs for low-income children, families and individuals. These agencies 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. Agencies will be announced at the end of March.

 

Postponed – Building Bridges – An Evening with Ibram X. Kendi

We are proud to support “Building Bridges” – an event featuring Ibram X. Kendi, the New York Times bestselling author of How To Be An Antiracist. This event has been postponed with a date to be determined.  This  evening is presented by The Mizel Museum and The Denver Post Pen & Podium Literary Author Series.  www.mizelmuseum.org/events.

Thank You Trans-Siberian Orchestra

We are so grateful for the continued support and generosity of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra to the Denver community. On Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, The Denver Post Season To Share presented by Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation, received a check in the amount of $17,975 from TSO prior to their amazing evening performance.
This gift, combined with others up to $800,000 received throughout the campaign, will be matched by Denver Active 20-30 at 50%. We thank the Trans-Siberian Orchestra for choosing to help our local 50+ nonprofit organizations focusing on children and youth, health and wellness, homelessness, and hunger.
Pictured above with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra band members April, Ashley and Andrew, are Carol Cline and Stacy Schafer from The Denver Post Community Foundation; and Jenny D. Hopkins, Jay Cruze, and Murphy Huston from KOSI 101.1.
For more information on how to donate to Season To Share, click here.

The Denver Post ACTS – Employee Volunteers Give Back

On Saturday, November 2, 2019, The Denver Post ACTS (Assisting the Community Through Service) employee volunteers with their family and friends, spent their morning at Food Bank of the Rockies reclaiming, sorting, and packaging donations. Our group helped pack up 12 pallets with 480 boxes, weighing 12,880 lbs (which is over 6 tons!) and if everything would’ve been food items, that would equal 11,000 meals for those in the metro Denver area. We are so grateful to the ACTS volunteers who gave their time to help others in the community.
A special thank you to the following volunteers: Christine and Brian Moser, Mike and Noah Rafferty, Craig Kudra, Amanda Muse, Emily LeClair, Nicole Odekirk, Dawn Morgan, Dani Day, Gigi Korosec, Courtney Scholten, Justin Scriven, Nancy Hole, Hayley Johnson, Jacob Meyer, Meg and Justin Wingerter, Noelle Phillips, Elizabeth Hernandez, Tobi King, Vicki Magoya, Carol Cline, Stacy Schafer, and John Vanderberg. 
For more information about Denver Post ACTS, click here.