Links to organizations offering community services or other dedicated to building the Colorado Springs community.
Pikes Peak United Way (www.ppunitedway.org) - review The United Way is committed to improving the lives all living in the Pikes Peak region.
Center for Nonprofit Excelence (cnecoloradosprings.org) The Center of Nonprofit Excellence provides training and education services, technical assistance, and ongoing networking and partnering opportunities that connect nonprofits with the regionâ€™s funding and business communities.
Christmas United (www.christmasunlimited.org) - review Established in 1923, Christmas United provides gifts to children and families in need.
Veterans Day Parade (www.csvetsparade.org) The Colorado Springs Veterans Day Parade is an annual Fall Event to commemorate the service of our nation's veterans.
Catholic Charities of Colorado Springs (www.ccharitiescs.org) - review Catholic Charities of Colorado Springs offers a variety of services and education programs including the Marian House Soup Kitchen, Adoption services.
Council of Neighbors and Organizations (www.cscono.org) CONO is a facilitator working with government organizations, neighbors and organizations to provide planning and information that preserves the integrity of neighborhoods and community.
Westside Neighbors (www.westsideneighbors.org) The Organization of Westside Neighbors provides resources for folks and neighborhoods on the Westside.
MOMS Club - Colorado Springs, East (www.momseast.com) The International MOMS Club? was founded in 1983 and is an international non-profit organization consisting of over 1,500 chapters across the United States with international chapters starting up.
MOMS Club of Colorado Springs, CO NE (www.momsclubcosne.org) The MOMS? Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) is a national non-profit organization currently with more than 1,500 active chapters nationwide. Moms Club of Colorado Springs Northeast Chapter serves the 80918, 80920, and 80921 zip codes.
Friendship Force of Southern Colorado (www.sistercitycs.us) The Friendship Force is a private, non-profit citizen's international exchange program which brings people together in friendship across the barriers of distance, culture, language or political differeces through home hosting.
March of Dimes (www.marchofdimes.com) The Columbine Chapter of the March of Dimes is located in Colorado Springs.
PEAK Parent (www.peakparent.org) Mission of PEAK Parent Center of Colorado Springs To ensure that individuals with disabilities lead rich, active lives and participate as full members of their schools and communities. \r\n
Elks Lodge 309 (Profile) Colorado Springs is home to Lodge 309 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks.
Care and Share Food Bank (www.careandshare.org) Care and Share helps feed people in need in Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado.
Gazette Charities (www.gazettecharities.org) Information on non profit organizations supported by The Gazette.
Urban Peak: Colorado Springs (www.urbanpeak.org) Urban Peak helps young people overcome homelessness and other real life challenges by providing safety, respect, essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-reliant adults.
Youth With A Mission (www.ywam.org) YWAM is an international interdenominational Christian family of ministries
El Pomar Foundation (www.elpomar.org) El Pomar is a charitable foundation with works in humanities, education and community service.
Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission (www.ppjp.org) The Justice and Peace Commission promotes nonviolence, sustainable living, social and economic justice through seminars, experiential workshops, public forums, and children's peace camps.
TESSA (www.tessacs.org) TESSA is an organization dedicated to preventing domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Ecumenical Social Ministries (www.ecusocmin.org) ESM was established as a nonprofit organization in 1982 by eight large downtown churches as an outreach extension for the community, ESM responds to the emergency social service needs of low-income, homeless and unemployed individuals and families.
The Home Front Cares, Inc. (www.thehomefrontcares.org) The Home Front Cares was established to support Colorado military families impacted by deployment, and this mission will continue
The Independence Center (www.theindependencecenter.org) Established 1987, The Independence Center provides resources to help people with disabilities attain independent living.
Leadership Pikes Peak (www.leadershippikespeak.org) Leadership Pikes Peak is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 1976 under the name Citizensâ€™ Goals for the Colorado Springs Community. Weâ€™ve been one of the premier leadership development organizations here for over 30 years.
Partners In Housing (www.partnersinhousing.org) Partners in Housing brings hope to homeless families.
One Child Matters (www.onechildmatters.org) - review One Child Matters is a ministry from Colorado Springs holding that children matter.
Special Kids Special Families (www.sksfcolorado.org) SKSF seeks to promote, strengthen and support individuals with disabilities and their families
AFA Lance P. Sijan Chapter (www.afasijan.com) The Lance P. Sijan Chapter of the Air Force Association is one of the largest and most active chapters of the AFA supporting the Colorado Springs Air Force family.
Rotary Club of Colorado Springs (www.csrotary.org) The Colorado Springs Rotary Club (District 5470) is a community organization offering a variety or volunteer opportunities and social meetings.
Partnership for Community Design (www.pcd-cs.org) PCI's mission is to enhance the appearance & livability of Colorado Springs through cooperative initiatives which establish long range design goals, preserve existing amenities, promote public awareness & implement projects for a quality community.