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Pikes Peak United Way believes that every person in our community deserves the opportunity to lead a good quality of life. We are fundraisers, problem solvers and community supporters because this is what it takes to move an individual, a family and a community forward. We've seen incredible things happen when a community comes together, and we can't do it without you. Gifts will be used for the area of greatest need.
Donations made to the Child Care Fund support our early childhood through middle school initiatives, including Success by 6 partner investments, Dolly Parton Imagination Library, and Colorado Springs Promise before and after school programs. Minimum donation of $250 qualifies for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit, a 50% state tax credit.
Pikes Peak United Way with several community partners will establish an exciting and vibrant Family Success Center (FSC) in southeast Colorado Springs, opening August 2022. The FSC is a place where families and students can achieve their goals by connecting with the resources, training and support they need to increase their chances for success. Resources will include life coaching, financial literacy, education, health services, parenting classes, nutrition instruction, art and music therapy, career coaching and more.
This initiative equips students to strive for a better future by promoting education, family involvement, workforce engagement and family stability. It provides housing services for their families, computers, access to resources, food distributions, mentorship and career coaching. CSP is changing lives of students, offering hope and support. It is championing people at the beginning of their journey to prevent a future of poverty.
Staffed by community resource experts, 2-1-1 is a free, confidential, and bilingual phone line that compassionately connects callers in need with personalized referrals for help. For many of the 35,000 people who use 2-1-1, it is a lifeline, sometimes a lifesaver. Powered by Ent Credit Union. 25% Tax Credit Available
For just $30 a year, you can change a child's life! Dolly Parton's Imagination Library book gifting program mails a new, age appropriate to enrolled children every month from birth to five years old. It creates a home library of up to 60 books and instills a love for reading from an early age. Minimum donation of $250 qualifies for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit, a 50% state tax credit.
This fund invests in the most efficient and effective programs, conducted by the top nonprofits in our city, improving youth success and family stability. Donations from community members fuel this fund, and volunteers drive the decision-making to ensure the donated dollars make the most impact across the region.
The Military/Veteran Assistance Fund provides support to help military members and veterans improve their education, income stability and health. From strategic investments in 13 community partners serving military families to providing over 11,000 resource referrals via 2-1-1, Pikes Peak United Way is committed to serving those who serve.
Emerging Leaders Council (ELC) is a group of young professionals who support Pikes Peak United Way by making an annual gift of $240 with a pledge to step up to $1,000 over time. Membership allows you to network with other young leaders, make a difference in our community and strengthen your personal and professional connections.
Women United members contribute to Pikes Peak United Way at the Leadership Giving level of $1,000 or more annually. They are counted among a group of extraordinary women that come together to celebrate philanthropic leadership and advocate for lasting change in our communities.