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For the past six years, Epworth Foundation has generously supported Clayton Early Learning families by providing Thanksgiving baskets for those experiencing food insecurity this holiday season. This year, our Family Services Team is excited to announce that Clayton families in need will again receive support from our friends at Epworth Foundation.
To support our partners at Epworth, we encourage friends of Clayton to consider making a donation to their Thanksgiving fundraiser, the 10x10 Campaign.
To learn more about the 10x10 Campaign or our partners at Epworth Foundation, visit www.epworthfoundation.org
The Family Services Team is looking forward to distributing meal baskets to many Clayton families before the Thanksgiving holiday on November 23.
This month looks at the world through the eyes of a child, so today we look at how you can recognize National Child Safety and Protection Month, and keep the children in your life safe.
Community First Foundation is proud to present Colorado Gives Day - an annual day of giving that has raised more than $200 million for Colorado nonprofits since 2007.
This year, Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 5 and features a $1 million Incentive Fund. Every nonprofit receiving a donation on Colorado Gives Day will receive a portion of the fund, increasing the value of every dollar donated.
The team at Community First Foundation makes it even easier to participate in Colorado Gives Day by inviting donors to schedule their contributions ahead of time! Simply find your charity on the Colorado Gives Day website and select the 'Schedule for Colorado Gives Day' option at check out.
Your Colorado Gives Day donation to Clayton makes an incredible impact on the children and families we serve each day, so schedule your gift today at https://www.coloradogives.org/claytonearlylearning/overview .
DENVER, CO - SEPT. 21, 2017 - The George W. Clayton Trust, managed by Clayton Early Learning, today announced that it has come to an agreement with the City and County of Denver on a proposal to purchase the Park Hill Golf Course property.
In early 2017, Clayton stakeholders were introduced to the Innovators Society - 'a program of Community First Foundation...committed to improving mental wellness int he Denver area by investing in fresh, new ideas to improve awareness, foster well-being and change perceptions of mental illness.'