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Supporting Our Community

As we all continue to adapt to the new normal created by COVID-19, one thing is abundantly clear. This crisis has brought to bear the ever-present need for goodwill and generosity in our local community. We’re humbled to be able to give back to two vital Denver organizations working to support the community and provide relief to those most impacted by the pandemic.

Denver Health’s Ernest E. Moore Shock Trauma Center is one of the highest volume trauma centers in the nation, managing trauma cases from Colorado and six neighboring states. As Denver’s only Level 1 Trauma center, they treat more than 18,000 patients yearly with one of the highest survival rates in the country. We are honored to be able to donate 700 KN95 masks to help support the tireless efforts of the healthcare heroes and staff at the center.

The Food Bank of the Rockies is the largest private hunger-relief organization in both Colorado and Wyoming, distributing food and essentials to those in need. During this time, many in our community are going without wages and the amount of people facing food insecurity has increased the demand for food by 40%. We are proud to support the food bank’s critical mission by donating to provide some 12,000 meals to our neighbors in need.

Right now, the needs of our community are greater than ever. If you are able, we invite you to join us in helping to support these organizations serving the most vulnerable amongst us. We continue to be awed by the incredible acts of compassion and generosity shown by those within and without our industry. We are all truly in this together.

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