community impact partners
A person can support one organization that works on one aspect of addressing poverty. However, a family wanting to exit poverty needs the support of many different organizations.
Parents need quality information, affordable housing, physical and mental healthcare, childcare, career training, job placement and training in life skills.
Their children need quality early childhood education, positive mentors and academic and social support throughout their school years.
Listed below are the 29 organizations that PPUW currently partners with to improve the youth success, family stability and health of local families.
- Assistance League of Colorado Springs
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado
- CASA of the Pikes Peak Region
- Catholic Charities of Central Colorado
- Care & Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado
- Community of Caring Foundation / The Aspen Mine Center
- Court Care for the Pikes Peak Region
- CPCD – Early Childhood Education Program
- CPCD – Two-Generation Career Pathways Program
- Crossfire Ministries, INC.
- Dream Centers of Colorado Springs
- Early Connections Learning Centers – Early Care and Education
- Early Connections Learning Centers – The Home Network
- Serenity Recovery Connection
- Forge Evolution
- Fostering Hope Foundation
Greccio Housing Unlimited, INC.
Homeward Pikes Peak
Hope & Home
Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado
Lutheran Family Services
Mt. Carmel Veteran’s Service Center
Partners in Housing
Ronald McDonald House of Charities of Southern Colorado
Silver Key Senior Services
The Resource Exchange