In 2021, it’ll be 150 years since the founding of Colorado Springs — but the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is kicking off the celebrations next year. “We’re beginning a three-year process to celebrate Colorado Springs’ 150th anniversary,” said CSPM Director...
Pauline Nelson turned to The Independence Center after suffering three brain injuries in three years that affected her balance and vision. She also has a history of back problems and bone and nerve damage that altered the feeling in...
Andrew Koloski knows what those who’ve signed up for Project Healing Waters are going through. The retired soldier and Give! Campaign coordinator deployed to Kuwait, Iraq and Eastern Europe during his 24-year military career. Now he works with the local...
Having a bicycle is a big deal if you’re a child. It’s like a rite of passage, said Daniel Byrd, the executive director of Kids on Bikes, a nonprofit that helps provide children access to bikes. “For most kids, it’s a...
In 1976, the organization that would become Rocky Mountain Health Care Services set up shop in a small downtown Colorado Springs office it shared with Grace Episcopal Services. The nonprofit’s employees had one goal in mind: helping frail, elderly and disabled residents meet their basic needs while remaining independent in their own homes. While RMHCS […]
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