Above and to the right, nutrition is an important part of the Silver Key mission. Clients like Viola and Alvin King eat in the nonprofit’s new dining room, and chefs work in the kitchen to prepare meals.
Above and to the right, nutrition is an important part of the Silver Key mission. Clients like Viola and Alvin King eat in the nonprofit’s new dining room, and chefs work in the kitchen to prepare meals.
With more than 2,000 nonprofits in Colorado Springs, several are still trying to reach fundraising goals for capital campaigns. And while donor dollars remain competitive, projects are moving forward, thanks to relationship-building and community education, according to a few organizations. Springs Rescue Mission is less than a week away from opening its 150-bed, year-round shelter, […]
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