The Construction Management Group of Colorado is a PROUD small Colorado business, and we believe in giving back to our community and neighbors. We know we are stronger together and are constantly looking for ways to lift each other up. Whether we donate our money, time, or services; community involvement is near and dear to our hearts. Below are a few of the local organizations we are proud to support:
Project Angel Heart prepares and delivers medically tailored meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses. Each week, their professional chefs and dietitian prepare thousands of delicious meals from scratch, and tailor them to meet the medical and dietary needs of those who are ill. Volunteers package and deliver each meal, free of charge, to neighbors living with critical illnesses. In 2020, more than 6,000 volunteers prepared and delivered over half a million meals to 3,691 critically ill neighbors in Denver and Colorado Springs.
For the past several years, TCMG/CO has donated money, time, and have been selling pies during the holidays, with each pie sold providing 3 of these meals to a neighbor in need. Visit projectangelheart.org
Helping to feed the hungry in Colorado is important to TCMG of CO and it is the mission of Care and Share. They provide food, partnering opportunities and education to fight hunger and food insecurity in Southern Colorado. With food pantries, emergency shelters, children’s feeding programs and many more outreach programs targeting the hungry, supporting Care & Share is supporting Colorado.
One of our favorite things to do is collecting toys for children here in Colorado. TCMG of CO has been participating in the annual Widefield School District 3 toy drive, gathering donations from our staff and our community to give to less fortunate children during the holidays. The toys are collected in partnership with the Fountain Valley Senior Center, Security Public Library, Widefield Parks & Rec and then distributed by the Security Fire Department near Christmastime.
The Connecticut Cobras are a professional men’s basketball team that is involved in so much more than sports. The Cobras are establishing themselves in their community as positive role models dedicated to improving the quality of life through volunteering and outreach programs. A large part of their community outreach involves support of at-risk youth in their local towns. Their junior Cobras program does this through its mentoring programs, motivational speeches, anti-violence and anti-bullying programs. Some of the clubs they are involved with are Stamford Boys and Girls Club, Vale Sports Club, The Arkamh Group, Next O Entertainment, Norwalk PAL, and the YMCA of Connecticut.