Our Charities

The COS Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to combine small donations to generate larger funds and provide a larger contribution to local organizations who do not receive state or federal funding – those who need it most. We all want and can give, but people want to know that their money is truly making a difference. The COS Network hosts quarterly networking events where like minded and community driven individuals come together to mingle, connect and together, donate to produce BIG amounts. Join the COS!

Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center provides transition and employment assistance, behavioral health and wellness, supportive services, connection to community resources, and safe event space for veterans, military members and their families. Our non-profit has directly impacted more than 6,426 unique clients in the Pikes Peak region through more than 36,567 client visits since 2016.

TESSA was established in May 1977 in response to a high rate of calls to local law enforcement from women threatened or assaulted by their partners. With assistance from within the legal and philanthropic communities TESSA emerged as an information provider and resource referral service. That initial effort has evolved into a multi-faceted agency that includes a confidential Safehouse, Victim Advocacy, Counseling and Children’s Programs, a 24/7 Safe Line, and Community Outreach and Education. Through these efforts, TESSA strives to realize our vision of a community free of personal violence for all.

The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association represents and supports its members who are comprised of sworn, civilian, and retired employees of the Colorado Springs Police Department.

The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association represents and supports its members who are comprised of sworn, civilian, and retired employees of the Colorado Springs Police Department.

CASA of the Pikes Peak Region is a nonprofit organization that trains and supervises volunteers to represent the best interests of victims of child abuse, neglect, and severe domestic conflict. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court and in the community. The desired result is that children be placed in safe, loving homes where they can thrive.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. People in your community and all over the world partner with Habitat to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

At Care and Share Food Bank, our core purpose is to bridge the gap between hunger and abundance. Our mission is to provide food, partnering opportunities, and education to fight hunger and food insecurity in Southern Colorado. Our vision is a hunger-free Southern Colorado.

The American Legion wishes to call to the attention of the American people the record of achievements that have been accomplished by The American Legion during the 100 years since its founding, to emphasize the impact the organization has had upon the American society, and the extent of its contributions to the national security and the welfare of military veterans, their families and their communities.

The Senior Resource Council is a professional association that provides education, information, and networking opportunities to its members for the purpose of enhancing and enriching the lives of seniors. We have proudly been serving this community since 1988. Our focus is on our membership, and providing quality continuing education, resources, information, and networking opportunities to assist our members in becoming the best in their fields.

We fight hunger, poverty, and joblessness through sustainable agriculture, food distribution, employment programs, nursing support, and case management. Our goal is to help people achieve long-term success through the programs we offer. We grow fresh produce and procure donated food items to feed the hungry. We also offer long-term solutions to hunger and poverty, including teaching sustainable gardening on our 1.5 acre plot.

Worldwide, 300,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year. And in the U.S., more children die of childhood cancer than any other disease—more than AIDS, asthma, cystic fibrosis, congenital anomalies and diabetes combined. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation exists to change these realities.

Fundraising by the EPSO Foundation serves to bridge the gap between the annual budget and meeting the needs that arise throughout the year. Donations made by individuals, businesses and organizations fund special programs, additional training, equipment, specialized units, new technology and resources.