12 Days Of Christmas
Izquierdo, who has cerebral palsy, says the therapeutic riding program she participates in at The Right Step helps her boost her physical wellbeing; but it also furnishes a mental and emotional health that’s less tangible.
She started early in the morning making burritos that she sells for a few dollars at a time. Before she headed out, she piled well over 100 in coolers, wrapped with foil and piping hot.
People in West Denver have little, but they manage to give a lot at a neighborhood organization called Servicios de La Raza.
CBS4 News at 10 p.m. is airing a series of special reports called the 12 Days of Christmas through December 25 that feature local nonprofit organizations that have helped people in our community this year.
The Don Kriz Youth Farm in Rifle is a haven for children in need. They can learn about farming and raising animals. It’s a ranch where they can feel safe.
After Brandon Schantz beat cancer the first time, he wanted to help kids battling cancer. He never got the chance, but it’s a cause his family has continued today.
CBS4 News is featuring a special series of reports called the 12 Days of Christmas in December 2013. They showcase neighborhoods and families in need who have been helped by the community and area non-profit organizations. CBS4 newscasters profile community organizations they feel a genuine and passionate connection towards. Read the press release or see all the stories below.
At Kenton Elementary in Aurora there are two kinds of classrooms — one for children and one for their parents.
The Sims-Fayola International Academy For Boys teaches men the importance of going back and giving back through education.
A couple turned their dream into the Praying Hands Ranch, a place where people with special needs or severe injuries could receive hippotherapy.