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Guys Who Give

Become a part of a dynamic and inspired group of local men who are interested in making a meaningful impact in our local communities. Members come from all walks of life and varying financial backgrounds. Individually, it is challenging to make a significant difference– but together we have the ability to contribute to the growth and health of our communities in ways we never thought possible!

What is our mission?

Guys Who Give is a group of men with a desire to inspire and who are committed to making a difference in their local communities. The Mission is to reach out and help local charities with the funds they need to do the amazing work they are doing in their community. Collectively, the group can make a powerful impact to the charitable community and donate over $10,000 per quarter and $40,000 annually per market. This mission is accomplished by finding 100+ men to each contribute $100 at the quarterly events to benefit a chosen local charity that changes each quarter. All charities and organizations up for consideration must serve the county of the local chapter; the idea is to keep it local and have an impact that WE can SEE.

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Upcoming Events

9 Feb

Kent County - MI



9 Feb

Vancouver, Canada



9 Feb

Teton County - WY



9 Feb

Phoenix - AZ



9 Feb

North Dallas - TX



9 Feb

Broomfield County - CO



9 Feb

Adams County - CO



9 Feb

Larimer County - CO



9 Feb

Kalamazoo County - MI



9 Feb

Douglas County - CO



9 Feb

Denver County - CO



9 Feb

St. Joseph County - MI



9 Feb

VanBuren County - MI



9 Feb

Boulder County - CO



Make Change NOW!

Guys Who Give brings a lot of good into our world and our efforts are making a big impact on our local communities. Events are full of energy and a great place to meet new friends that share the same desire to inspire. The events were designed with busy life schedules in mind.

  • 2020

  • February - $69,100

  • May - $58,700

  • August - $57,600

  • November - $67,100

  • 2021

  • February - $98,100

  • May - $98,400

  • August - $95,300

Aug 2021


The Liv Project (Boulder) $13,400.00
AACORN (Kalamazoo) $16,800.00
Big Brothers Big Sisters (Denver) $4,800.00
Down For a Cure (Larimer) $6,700.00
CASA (Broomfield) $2,300.00
Growing Home (Adams) $2,300.00
The Seeing Eye (Morris) $3,500.00
Teton County Suicide Prevention (Teton) $9,200.00
Chai Foundation (Phoenix) $3,200.00
Denton Freedom House (North Dallas) $26,100.00
Three Rivers Band Boosters (Stjoe) $1,500.00
Vancouver $2,500.00
Sleep in heavenly Peace (Douglas) $3,000.00

May 2021


Louisville Rising (Boulder) $13,100.00
Local Love (Kalamazoo) $14,100.00
Big Idea Project (Denver) $5,200.00
Healing Warriors (Larimer) $7,500.00
Be The Gift (Broomfield) $3,200.00
Foster Source (Adams) $2,100.00
Foundations for Morristown Medical Center (Morris) $5,500.00
St. John's Health Foundation (Teton) $7,200.00
Arizona Friends of Foster Children (Phoenix) $3,600.00
Journey to Dream (North Dallas) $26,100.00
Three Rivers Public Library Friends (Stjoe) $1,800.00
South Haven Community Foundation (Vanburen) $1,700.00
Canucks Autism Network (Vancouver) $3,400.00
Logos Wilderness (Douglas) $3,900.00

Feb 2021


Coal Creek Meals on Wheels (Boulder) $13,000.00
Twelve Baskets (Kalamazoo) $14,600.00
PCs for People (Denver) $7,300.00
Finally Home (Larimer) $7,200.00
Joyful Journies (Broomfield) $3,300.00
Rampart Search and Rescue (Adams) $2,900.00
Sungate Kids (Arapahoe) $2,500.00
Interfaith Food Pantry Network (Morris) $5,500.00
Senior Center of Jackson Hole (Teton) $6,000.00
Harvest Campassion Center (Phoenix) $4,200.00
Ranch Hands Rescue (North Dallas) $26,300.00
Three Rivers Community Players (StJoe) $1,800.00
We Care (Vanburen) $1,800.00
Three Rivers Community Players (Vancouver) $1,700.00

Nov 2020


Collie's Closet (Boulder) $12,000.00
Lending Hands (Kalamazoo) $13,500.00
Buttons and Zippers (Denver) $12,600.00
Loveland’s Community Kitchen (Larimer) $6,000.00
Bal Swan’s Children Center (Broomfield) $2,900.00
CASA (Adams) $2,500.00
Food Bank of the Rockies (Arapahoe) $1,700.00
Morris County for Preschool Advantage (Morris) $4,600.00
Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center (Teton) $6,500.00
Raising Special kids AZ (Phoenix) $4,300.00
Journey To Dream (North Dallas) $500.00

Aug 2020


BraveHoods (Boulder) $12,400.00
Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes (Kalamazoo) $11,600.00
BASICS (Denver) $5,400.00
Empty Tomb Ministries (Larimer) $5,000.00
FRIENDS of Broomfield (Broomfield) $3,100.00
The Richard Lambert Foundation (Adams) $2,500.00
TACT Kids (Arapahoe) $3,000.00
Spring Street Community Development Corp (Morris) $4,200.00
Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding (Teton) $7,000.00
ICAN (Phoenix) $2,400.00
LASEY (North Dallas) $1,000.00

May 2020


CPWD (Boulder) $12,100.00
St. Luke's Diaper Bank (Kalamazoo) $11,600.00
Denver Kids (Denver) $6,200.00
Coronavirus Business Relief Fund (Larimer) $5,000.00
The ARC of Buncombe County (Asheville) $1,800.00
Broomfield Community Foundation (Broomfield) $3,500.00
Veterans Puppy for Life (Adams) $2,600.00
Gracefull Foundation (Arapahoe) $2,100.00
nourish.NJ (Morris) $4,600.00
One 22 (Teton) $4,900.00
Matthew's Crossing Food Bank (Phoenix) $3,500.00
Love Thy Neigbor Inc (Dallas) $800.00

Feb 2020


SPAN (Boulder) $15,100.00
Hope4Youth Cancer Foundation (Kalamazoo) $13,400.00
CASA (Denver) $7,500.00
Mountain View Make-a-wish (Larimer) $6,300.00
Carolina Brotherhood (Ashenville) $1,700.00
Two Angels Foundation (Broomfield) $3,400.00
Colorado 4x4 Rescue (Adams) $2,100.00
Cub Scout Pack 559 (Arapahoe) $1,400.00
Morristown Memorial Center (Morris) $5,100.00
Climb Wyoming (Teton) $8,600.00
Miracle League of Arizona (Phoenix) $3,600.00
Task Force Dagger (Dallas) $900.00

Nov 2019


Voices For Children (Boulder) $13,100.00
Housing Resources (Kalamazoo) $13,200.00
CASA of Larimer County (Larimer) $5,300.00
Food for Thought (Denver) $4,600.00
Different Strokes Performing Arts Collective (Asheville) $1,500.00
Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum (Broomfield) $2,500.00
Almost Home (Adams) $2,400.00
There with Care (Arapahoe) $2,200.00
Good Grief of Morristown (Morris) $1,800.00
City Kids (Teton) $5,900.00

Aug 2019


Greenhouse Scholars (Boulder) $12,300.00
SW Michigan Miracle League (Kalamazoo) $10,200.00
Colorado Youth Outdoors (Larimer) $5,300.00
Project Helping (Denver) $7,400.00
Asheville Day Stay (Asheville) $1,500.00
Broomfield Council of Arts and Humanities (Broomfield) $3,000.00
R.A.D. Advocates (Adams) $4,300.00
Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation (Arapahoe) $2,300.00

May 2019


Camp for Change (Boulder) $13,400.00
Hospital Hospitality House of SW Michigan (Kalamazoo) $10,000.00
Free Our Girls (Larimer) - $6,400 / Judi's House (Denver) $7,500.00
WNC Superheros (Asheville)` $2,000.00
Realizing Aptitudes (Broomfield) $3,100.00
Growing Colorado Kids (Adams) $1,000.00
Professional Miracles Foundation (Arapahoe) $2,300.00

Feb 2019


My Nature Lab (Boulder) $13,100.00
Disability Network (Kalamazoo) $11,100.00
FoCo Cafe (Larimer) $5,400.00
Hide in Plain Site (Denver) $7,000.00
Arms Around ASD (Asheville) $1,200.00
Senior Resources of Broomfield (Broomfield) $2,600.00
Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention (Adams) $1,100.00
Birthday Smiles (Arapahoe) $3,100.00

Nov 2018


Salute Colorado (Boulder) $13,600.00
Shalom, Inc. (Kalamazoo) $10,400.00
Project 31:25 (Larimer) $5,700.00
Come Back Yoga (Denver) $6,300.00
WNC Homeward Bound (Asheville) $2,400.00
A Precious Child (Broomfield) $1,500.00
Food For Hope (Adams) $1,100.00
Jiminy Wicket (Arapahoe) $3,800.00

Aug 2018


Boulder Food Rescue (Boulder) $12,600.00
Family & Children's Services (Kalamazoo) $9,200.00
SAVA (Larimer) $5,500.00
Save Our Youth (Denver) $5,500.00
Wounded Warrior Project (Asheville) $2,200.00

May 2018


El Comité de Longmont (Boulder) $13,600.00
Hands Up Foundation (Kalamazoo) $6,200.00
The Matthews House (Larimer) $5,500.00
Be the Gift (Denver) $9,600.00
Better Dads Festival (Asheville) $3,200.00

Feb 2018


Second Wind Fund of Boulder County (Boulder) $12,300.00
SLD Read (Kalamazoo) $6,275.00
CHAMP (Larimer) $5,200.00
First Descent of Denver (Denver) $4,000.00
Camp Tikvah (Asheville) $2,500.00

Nov 2017


Boulder County CareConnect (Boulder) $11,500.00
First Day Shoe Fund (Kalamazoo) $3,225.00

Aug 2017


Paradox Sports (Boulder) $11,400.00
Kalamazoo Friends of Recreation (Kalamazoo) $1,800.00

May 2017


Temple Grandin School (Boulder) $10,000.00

Feb 2017


The Empowerment Center (Boulder) $9,100.00

Nov 2016


Mother House (Boulder) $8,100.00

Aug 2016


Boulder Bridgehouse (Boulder) $7,100.00

May 2016


Focus Reentry (Boulder) $6,700.00

Feb 2016


Second Wind Fund of Boulder County (Boulder) $5,900.00

Nov 2015


SPAN (Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence) (Boulder) $3,400.00

Aug 2015


EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance Association) (Boulder) $2,600.00

May 2015


Attention Homes (Boulder) $2,100.00

Why guys
Guys Who Give
Rick - Member

"What I love most about Guys Who Give is: While we're focused on an outward goal of helping local charities, we're organically creating an amazing inward result of a community of great guys getting to know each other and having fun."

Jonathan Hanst - Member

"Guys Who Give is the best kind of agent for change: simple and effective. Every time we get together, organizations tell us how significantly they've been impacted by our gifts. For some nonprofits, we exceed their entire annual budget! For me, it's just great to show up with a bunch of likeminded guys, hear about folks who are working for change in Boulder County, and then show our support."

Jeff Schuler - Member

"Guys Who Give just shows how a group of people coming together for the good of others doesn't have to be complicated and can be very powerful. It's great to see a bunch of guys pooling their resources together to make a large impact in the lives of others. I am extremely thankful that I was invited to be a part of this group."

Max Weiner - Member

"Being a member of Guys Who Give has given the opportunity to financially support several non-profits in the area that are providing critical resources to people in need, and I’m proud of that. By combining our resources, we are able to donate a significant amount of money to support these local charities, and thus better our community. I’ve also met some great guys from the community who are passionate about supporting local charities where we live. I look forward to our events at Gravity Brewing, it’s a great atmosphere and a great group of individuals."

Jay - Member

"The power of 100 like minds coming together for a common cause!"

Pat Bruns - Member

"Boulder County is known for affirming the worth and value of all persons. We are known for creating opportunities for personal growth & development. We want people to be whole, well and productive. We want our communities to be havens of blessing and places of peace. We value that. Guys Who Give puts these values into action. In today's world $100 does not go far. But putting together 40, 50, 60 or more donations of $100 adds up to big differences in our community and allows the dedicated non-for-profits of our county not only change lives but also to literally save lives. How can you beat that? Can we invest in anything better than the lives of others?"

Mike Crowe - Member

"Taking part in this group has been very rewarding and I've met some great guys who share a desire to give back, oh and there's the awesome brews from our host Gravity Brewing. There are so many organizations doing charitable work in our area, I can't imagine we'll ever run out of new recipients to help out, it's great to think that we have such an impact. Our community needs us all to help where and how we can; this opportunity is so easy to take part in and combines a group effort and throws in a fun quarterly gathering."

Tony Gambee - Member

"Guys Who Give is ideal in every way. First and foremost, it is a way for me to give to my community. Take that priority and add in the fact that my donation gets added to dozens of other donations to create one whopping treat for a charity along with a relaxed quarterly connection with like-minded guys and you have a solid recipe for good. It is low friction and low pressure with high reward. It reminds me how much good we have in our community."

Tom Hardie - Member

"There's something very rewarding about collaborating with other guys to give a meaningful shot in the arm to hard-working organizations in our own community. The format is efficient. The impact is timely and direct. I can't think of a better way to maximize a modest quarterly contribution."

Adam Gordon - Member

"Between work and family obligations, it's easy to dismiss charity work as “I want to but just don't have the time”. GWG makes it dead simple with (an optional) one-hour commitment (with beer) every three months to vote on that quarter's charity. That's it."

Larry Gerber - Member

"I am just so happy to partner with other guys who have such big hearts that they want to work together and provide so much for those charities who are doing so much for those who have such important needs."

Organization Testimonials