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Ability Connection Colorado: Ability Connection Colorado's RAMP Youth Resiliency Project provides trauma-informed, weekly mentoring support that focuses on ensuring a successful transition from school through a stage of career exploration and jobs for youth with disabilities, BIPOC youth, and at-risk youth ages 13-24.

Ability To Access: Ability To Access' Snackability food truck trains youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities — a significant underemployed and unemployed demographic — developing important skills and providing work experience to help them gain meaningful employment opportunities after graduation.

Angels Of America's Fallen: Angels Of America's Fallen provides trauma-informed, client-centered case management, outreach, and referrals, along with support for extra-curricular activities and mentorship at no cost to children of fallen military and first responders.

Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club: Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club provides after-school and summer youth mentorship programs for children ages 6-18 and is expanding its summer programming from 40 kids per day to 200 kids per day.

CASA of the Pikes Peak Region: CASA of the Pikes Peak Region provides youth in foster care and those who have been victims of abuse and neglect much-needed consistency and support, critical advocacy and access to basic needs and wraparound services.

Cheyenne Village: Cheyenne Village's program focuses on outreach for young adults (ages 19-24) with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities who have aged out of the school system, supporting basic physiological needs in order for them to thrive mentally, emotionally and physically.

Cobbled Streets: Cobbled Streets' Guiding Lights program provides individualized and positive childhood experiences and opportunities for foster youth to mitigate the long-term impacts of trauma and adversity.

Colorado Friendship: Colorado Friendship's IncrEdibles program provides students from food-insecure families with bags of healthy, non-perishable food every Friday to help fill the nutritional gap that exists over the weekend.

Denver Public Schools: Denver Public Schools is hosting non-contact football clinics and flag football programming for middle school students to foster a sense of belonging within the program, connection to their feeder high school, opportunities for new friendships, physical activity and athletic skills development.

Food For Hope: Food for Hope's in-school food bank at Pinnacle Charter School provides students and their parents the ability to have autonomy to select fresh and shelf-stable food each week, while removing the barrier of transportation with regards to food access.

Full Circle Restorative Justice: Full Circle Restorative Justice is expanding its Restorative Schools program to Fremont County to work with students and schools to prevent conflict, suspensions, expulsions, and truancy by facilitating restorative practices.

Girls On The Run Of The Rockies: Girls On The Run Of The Rockies is an afterschool program that addresses physical, emotional, and social development during a critical developmental time and uses physical activity and research-based lessons to teach skills to prevent at-risk behaviors and emphasize the potential of every girl.

Horizons Colorado: Horizons Colorado's Mentorship program provides a year-round one-on-one enrichment experience for students (grades 9-12) from under-resourced schools, resulting in all students graduating high school and having a post-graduation plan of post-secondary education, certification programs, apprenticeships, or going straight into the workforce.

Impact on Education: Impact on Education is expanding their school-based Wellness Centers which provide welcoming and calming spaces staffed by a full-time mental health professional for Boulder Valley School District students.

Jeffco Schools Foundation: Jeffco Schools Foundation Career Hubs are physical locations inside Jeffco High Schools dedicated providing career readiness learning, work-based learning opportunities and job shadow, internship, and apprenticeship programs.

PlatteForum: PlatteForum's ArtLab program is a year-round, paid internship that pairs under-resourced youth with experienced professional artists to work on real world projects that develop technical, social/emotional, creative, professional, and academic skills.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace: Sleep in Heavenly Peace believes all children deserve a safe, comfortable place to lay their heads and provides fully furnished beds and new bedding to children ages 3-17 who do not have a bed.

Southern Colorado Community Action Agency: Southern Colorado Community Action Agency's National Indian Youth Leadership Program provides culturally relevant programming that promotes positive youth development, builds resilience, and empowers Native American youth to become leaders in their communities while addressing critical issues faced by Native American youth including high rates of substance abuse, suicide, crime, and violence.

TEENS, Inc.: TEENS, Inc.'s TeamWorks employment program is an educational outdoor work experience for diverse youth ages 16-20 to engage in environmental and conservation career exploration, training, and on-the-job paid experience.

The Buddy Program: The Buddy Program matches adult volunteers with youth in one-to-one mentoring relationships and provides youth with case management, extracurricular activity scholarships, funds for therapeutic counseling, and referrals to other agencies.

Vista Peak Prep: Vista Peak Prep is a Title I school in the Aurora Public School Districts that needs new helmets to ensure the proper safety for high school football players.

YESS Institute: The YESS Institute's dropout prevention program targets underestimated students who are high risk for dropping out, suspension, or expulsion and builds positive school cultures in which students receive tools and mentorship to achieve equitable academic and social growth.

Youth Employment Academy: Youth Employment Academy empowers youth to reach their greatest potential through career pathways programming focused on earning industry-specific certificates, receiving paid hands-on job training, and gaining employment or attending post-secondary education.