Care 4 Colorado
Christmas is in the air at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. The final touches are being placed on several projects including a gingerbread house and other handmade crafts.
Christmas is over, but the need for toys continues. The Boys & Girls Clubs use toys as incentives for good work throughout the whole year.
A new program allows Boys & Girls Club members to make and sell jewelry on the Web. It’s an opportunity to expand their creative and entrepreneurial spirit.
The CBS4 Care 4 Colorado Toy Drive benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. 81% of members qualify for free and reduced lunch. Many of the children won’t get anything for Christmas other than the fit they get at the club.
There are 9 Boys & Girls Clubs serving some of the poorest neighborhoods in the Denver Metro area. That’s why CBS4 partners with the Boys & Girls Clubs because we want to make sure very child gets a gift this Holiday Season.
The Care 4 Colorado Toy Drive is helping holiday wishes come true. CBS4 took kids from the Boys & Girls Club shopping for donations, and learned that giving to children in need is as easy as a trip to the grocery store.
Christmas is a season of giving and recently Boys and Girls Club members got the chance to make gifts to give this holiday season.
Buying a toy without buying that toy yourself just got a whole lot easier. CBS4 is offering an online donation feature on our homepage designed to help you do just that for the holidays. The Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver thanks you.
More than 1,700 children participate in the sports teams at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. Part of the mission of the clubs is to promote healthy lifestyles.
For many Colorado families this is going to be a financially tough holiday season. CBS4’s Care 4 Colorado Campaign is trying to fill the gap for kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.