Co-Gives-Day-2014-ButtonOn Tuesday, Dec. 9, Christian Living Communities will again join hundreds of non-profit organizations across the state in participating in Colorado Gives Day, an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day is a 24-hour period to “give where you live” by making online donations to charities featured on Community First Foundation’s online giving resource, ColoradoGives.org.

This is the one day of the year that your gift to Christian Living Communities is increased in value through the Colorado Gives Day Incentive Fund. Last year, Christian Living Communities received donations totaling more than $10,000 on this statewide day of philanthropy, and received $128.86 in additional funds from the Incentive Fund. This year’s goal is to raise $12,000.

Your gifts help us fulfill our mission of caring for seniors in a manner that reflects Christian love, respect and compassion and that enriches the lives of seniors. That mission is manifested in countless ways, including providing financial assistance for older adults in need.

Rather than wait for Colorado Gives Day on Dec. 9, you can go ahead and schedule your donation today and make a difference in the lives of older adults. Simply click here, and be sure to select “Co Gives Day,” under “Donation Type.”

For updates on Colorado Gives Day, including how you can win $1,000 to give to the charity of your choice, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

November 10, 2014 | Posted in News | Leave a comment

Cheryl Ludwick – Corporate Information Coordinator Cheryl Ludwick is an excellent example of someone who supports their fellow team members. In the short time Cheryl has been with CLC as the Corporate Information Coordinator, she has already made a positive impact. Cheryl’s. Read More…

On October 22, Christian Living Communities was awarded the Outstanding Employer of the Year for the second time in 4 years by the Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE). Founded in 1982, CWEE provides services that support families – but. Read More…

Despite a torrential downpour, more than 420 guests crowded into the ballroom at The Wildlife Experience last Thursday for the 21st Annual Earthen Vessel Dinner. The unique evening featured resident talent and interests displayed via a mock “radio program.” Holly. Read More…

October 10, 2014 | Posted in News | Leave a comment

Christian Living Communities’ annual Earthen Vessel Dinner was Thursday, October 9th. In spite of a very raining evening, the auditorium was almost packed. “KCLC – Broadcasting Inspiration” was the radio-broadcast theme. Jack Hull, a Holly Creek resident was the warm. Read More…

September 12, 2014 | Posted in News | Leave a comment

Wikipedia defines ageism as “stereotyping and discriminating against individuals or groups on the basis of their age.” Jill Vitale-Aussem, The Executive Director of CLC’s Clermont Park Retirement Community has been part of the LeadingAge Leadership Academy and has been studying. Read More…

Volunteering for Christian Living Communities brings a lot of rewards. You will connect with people you may have never met before and can make a significant difference in their lives. That kind of deep satisfaction can sometimes be hard to. Read More…

July 29, 2014 | Posted in News | Leave a comment

Kent Erdahl of Denver’s Fox31 reported this exciting story. DENVER — How would you like to live your life at 90 years old? What would you want to accomplish if you knew you were going blind? A group of Denver. Read More…

July 25, 2014 | Posted in Donor Update,News | Leave a comment

There are several ways to change your will, and each has pros and cons. This article is NOT legal advice, but it may help you as you consider a change. First, do you have a properly executed Last Will and. Read More…

By Dave Rowland Director of Donor Relations   Christian Living Communities is launching The Compassion Circle, a special recognition group honoring those who demonstrate their heart for older adults by leaving a legacy naming CLC as a beneficiary. You can. Read More…

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