By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of volunteers fanned out across Denver in support of Amp The Cause. They worked on service projects at 32 nonprofits including the Children’s Advocacy Center in Denver.

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There they painted and worked on the yard.

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In past years, at least 1,000 volunteers signed up for the community day, but organizers adapted the projects this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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“The work being done today all around the community is primarily outside, keeping everybody safe but helping these non-profits that really need it more than ever,” said Walter Isenberg, an Amp the Cause Board Member.

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The group served nearly 300,000 Colorado children and families in 2019. Since Amp The Cause was founded in 2004, it has given more than $9 million to Colorado nonprofits.

Danielle Chavira