12 Days Of Christmas 2011
Everybody has heard of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to sick children. But former Olympian Jeremy Bloom has put a different spin on that concept — he’s enriching lives by granting wishes to senior citizens.
An organization is giving motivated children the support they need to achieve their dreams.
CBS4′s Brooke Wagner is starting her 10th year with the Adoption Exchange, telling the stories of Wednesday’s children. Wagner says it’s a thrill when those children find their forever families, just like Marsellus did.
Unsung heroes in the community work 24/7, 365 days a year, each day showing their care, commitment and devotion to little bundles of joy who are fighting for their lives.
Ellie White, a 10-year-old with diabetes, is thankful for the doctors and nurses at the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus that have given her a new lease on life.
The Challenge Foundation a non-profit dedicated to helping low income students from 6th grade through college.
The non-profit group “Homes for Our Troops” helps couples like Matt and Tracy Kiel. It’s a valuable service.
The program helps children from low-income single family homes reach their full potential through professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships.
Christmas is supposed to be a magical time for children and their families but the economic downturn means some of those families are struggling just to stay together.
A number of donations have come in for an equine therapy program in Larkspur this week following CBS4′s 12 Days of Christmas report about it.