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‘Tis the Season for Giving

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Our clients are truly what it’s all about. AOR considers ourselves lucky to work with each of our clients but on Colorado Gives Day (Tuesday, December 6) we wanted to take the chance to spotlight our nonprofit clients who would be ever so grateful if you chose to donate to them this year.

 

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD) has grown to become a Denver institution since its inception in 1970. CPRD is a multifaceted arts institution comprising the ensemble, academy, education programs, and the organization’s physical theater. Whether beginning or well along your journey, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance will ignite the dancer in you!

 

Give to CPRD.

 

Cottonwood Institute

Cottonwood Institute is an award-winning educational nonprofit, based in Denver. Cottonwood aims to inspire a new generation of 21st century leaders who are environmentally aware, civilly engaged, and empowered to make a positive impact within their communities. Cottonwood fulfills this mission by connecting underserved students to the outdoors through hiking and camping trips; discussions about local issues; and implementing hands-on, student directed Action Projects.

 

Give to Cottonwood.

 

Denver Film Society

Founded in 1978, Denver Film Society (DFS) has worked to promote the medium as both an art form and a civic forum, developing a program that includes year-round screenings, community outreach projects, and renowned special events including the Denver Film Festival. DFS is the only nonprofit in Colorado dedicated to engaging both its members and the general public in a lifelong, life-altering relationship with, and understanding of film and film culture.

 

Give to DFS.

 

Larimer Arts Association

The Larimer Arts Association (LAA) is the nonprofit arm associated with Larimer Square. Every year the association produces the popular two-day Denver Chalk Art Festival, on Larimer Square. LAA’s mission is to promote, stimulate, and encourage the cultural welfare of Denver through interactive cultural events and cooperative art programming for emerging artists.

 

Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation

The Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation was originally established in 2002 as the Raymond Wentz Foundation by Dr. David Schrier in memory of his patient Ray. Ray was a courageous teenager who inspired those around him with both his bravery and grace. To date, the foundation has donated over $3 million in financial assistance to over 4,000 cancer patients throughout Colorado. Ray of Hope provides patients with the dignity to manage their grant funds, prioritizing their needs as only they know them.

 

Give to Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation.

 

Photo Credit: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance and Jerry Metellus Photography

 

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