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Broncos announce $250,000-plus donation to player-designated organizations through club’s Social Justice Fund

Broncos announce $250,000-plus donation to player-designated organizations through club’s Social Justice Fund Dec 31, 2020 at 09:05 AM ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — As part of the Denver Broncos’ Inspire Change...

SWF helps at-risk students navigate complicated mental health care system

When students in Colorado experience a mental health crisis, they can face a labyrinthine of insurance questions, therapist options,...

Word of Thanks: The Second Wind Fund

Word of Thanks: The Second Wind Fund Our Word of Thanks campaign helps Colorado nonprofits. This week we want...

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SWF helps at-risk students navigate complicated mental health care system

When students in Colorado experience a mental health crisis, they can face a labyrinthine of insurance questions, therapist options, costs and scheduling concerns before they actually connect with a therapist and get help. But Second Wind Fund cuts through that red tape by quickly providing youth at risk of suicide with a list of qualified therapists and paying for up to 12 sessions with that therapist.

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Season To Share beneficiaries

Season To Share beneficiaries Author: The Denver Post | newsroom@denverpost.com Read Original Article on The Denver Post Last year, $1,400,000 was granted to the following 55 nonprofit agencies through The

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Join us for a free virtual program celebrating the life-saving work of SWF and hear from best-selling author and TEDx speaker Dr. Sheryl Ziegler.
 
Register for our free 4th Annual Gift of Life Breakfast virtual program on April 30, 2021 at 8:00am. Learn about the state of youth mental health in Colorado and the importance of investing in life-saving financial and social resources for children and teens.

Hear from Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, the best-selling author of Mommy Burnout, the podcast host of Dr. Sheryl’s PodCouch, and a regular national and local news contributor. We will stream a coffee-side chat with Dr. Ziegler and discuss how parents and community members can come together to help save lives and support youth during difficult times.