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Welcome to 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!

Ladies, be sure out check out:

Boulder County -  100 Women Who Care

Denver County - Gals Who Give

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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Total donations to date: $372,100

May-2015 - Attention Homes (Boulder) - $2100

August-2015 - EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance Association) (Boulder) - $2600

November-2015 - SPAN (Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence) (Boulder) - $3400

February-2016 - Second Wind Fund of Boulder County (Boulder) - $5900

May - 2016 - Focus Reentry (Boulder) - $6700

August - 2016 - Boulder Bridgehouse (Boulder) - $7100

November - 2016 - Mother House (Boulder) - $8100

February - 2017 - The Empowerment Center (Boulder) - $9100

May - 2017 - Temple Grandin School (Boulder) - $10,000

August - 2017 - Paradox Sports (Boulder) - $11,400  /  Kalamazoo Friends of Recreation (Kalamazoo) - $1,800

November - 2017 - Boulder County CareConnect (Boulder) - $11,500  /  First Day Shoe Fund (Kalamazoo) - $3,225

February - 2018 - Second Wind Fund of Boulder County (Boulder) - $12,300  /  SLD Read (Kalamazoo) - $6275

               CHAMP (Larimer) - $5200  /  First Descent of Denver (Denver) - $4000  /  Camp Tikvah (Asheville) - $2500

May - 2018 - El Comité de Longmont (Boulder) - $13,600  /  Hands Up Foundation (Kalamazoo) - $6,200

               The Matthews House (Larimer) - $5,500/  Be the Gift (Denver) - $9600 /  Better Dads Festival (Asheville) - $3,200

August- 2018 - Boulder Food Rescue (Boulder) - $12,600  /  Family & Children's Services (Kalamazoo) - $9,200

               SAVA (Larimer) - $5,500 / Save Our Youth (Denver) - $5,500 /  Wounded Warrior Project (Asheville) - $2,200  /                           Casa (Broomfield) - $1,400

November - 2018 - Salute Colorado (Boulder) - $13,600  /  Shalom, Inc. (Kalamazoo) - $10,400

               Project 31:25 (Larimer) - $5,700 / Come Back Yoga (Denver) - $6,300 /  WNC Homeward Bound (Asheville) - $2,400  /                 A Precious Child (Broomfield) - $1,500  /  Food For Hope (Adams) - $1,100  /  Jiminy Wicket (Arapahoe) - $3,800

February - 2019 - My Nature Lab (Boulder) - $13,100  /  Disability Network (Kalamazoo) - $11,100

                FoCo Cafe (Larimer) - $5,400 / Hide in Plain Site (Denver) - $7,000 /  Arms Around ASD (Asheville) - $1,200  /                            Senior Resources of Broomfield (Broomfield) - $2,600  /  Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention (Adams) - $1,100  /                          Birthday Smiles (Arapahoe) - $3,100

May - 2019 - Camp for Change (Boulder) - $13,400  /  Hospital Hospitality House of SW Michigan (Kalamazoo) - $10,000

               Free Our Girls (Larimer) - $6,400 / Judi's House (Denver) - $7,500 /  WNC Superheros (Asheville) - $2,000                                   Realizing Aptitudes (Broomfield) - $3,100  /  Growing Colorado Kids (Adams) - $1,000 

               Professional Miracles Foundation (Arapahoe) - $2,300

August - 2019 - Greenhouse Scholars (Boulder) - $12,300  /  SW Michigan Miracle League (Kalamazoo) - $10,200

               Colorado Youth Outdoors (Larimer) - $5,300 / Project Helping (Denver) - $7,400 / 

               Asheville Day Stay (Asheville) - $1,500 / Broomfield Council of Arts and Humanities (Broomfield) - $3,000  /

               R.A.D. Advocates (Adams) - $4,300  / Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation (Arapahoe) - $2,300