On Tuesday, December 10, 2013, Coloradans will come together again to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits like ours. Last year, a remarkable $15.7 million was distributed to Colorado nonprofits.
Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day asks you to give to your favorite charities through the website ColoradoGives.org, an online giving resource featuring every nonprofit participating in Colorado Gives Day.
100 percent of your donation will come to CVP. When you give online any time on December 10, the value of your donation will be increased by the FirstBank Incentive Fund.
Donate online any time during the 24 hour period of December 10 to asssist Central Visitation Program and “give where you live!”
CVP Appreciates Your Support
We would like to thank all of our supporters for the kind words, encouragement, volunteer time, and monetary donations received over the past few difficult months. Because of this support, the CVP board has a renewed commitment and ability to continue the operations of CVP. Your support has given us a much needed bridge to sustain CVP operations in the near term. We thank you, and our clients--the children served by CVP--thank you for your continued support.
Make a Difference!
...Volunteer with CVP
Want to make a difference in a child’s life? Want to make a difference every time you walk into CVP? We are seeking new volunteers to join our amazing team of current volunteers. We will be conducting Volunteer Orientation and Training sessions in the near future and invite you to join us!
While the training sessions are scheduled for the Denver location, volunteers are needed for both Denver and Brighton. We currently have volunteer needs at various times during the day and evenings. Press the button below for more information and to sign up.
The CVP Board of Directors is seeking assistance from community members. Click here for more information on how you can assist.
Central Visitation Program, or CVP, is a low-fee supervised visitation program that provides a safe and comfortable environment in which children and non-residential parents may visit. The parenting time is supervised by volunteers and allows children the opportunity to develop a meaningful relationship with the non-residential parent that might not otherwise be possible.