Since 2003, our youth have distributed around $86,000 to not-for-profits.  Trinity Youth Community Fund recipients for each year include:

2017
Growing Colorado Kids – to reduce hunger, improve nutrition, and provide experiential learning opportunities for refugee youth
Eco•Cycle – to help Latina women in the Montbello area of Denver receive environmental education and leadership training
Second Wind Fund – to provide 25 hours of counseling services to decrease the incidence of youth suicide in Boulder County
Warren Village – to help transition low income, single parents with kids out of poverty toward self-sufficiency

2016
Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking – for two at-risk youth who will serve on their Advisory Board
Global Green Grants – for environmental restoration by a local group in one of the countries in which they work
GreenLeaf Denver – for the building of raised garden beds for their Food Justice program that is run entirely by at-risk youth

2015
YouThrive – Therapeutic support groups for high school teenagers experiencing issues that disrupt daily functions
Voices for Children CASA – High quality advocacy and support to child victims of abuse or neglect
Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement (HOPE) – Provides homeless with emergency shelter, food and basic needs, transitional housing and supportive services
You Can Begin Again/You Can Begin Again Too – Addresses the emancipation from foster care of young mothers who lack skills to transition into adulthood

2014
Attention Homes – Youth Homeless Shelter mental health services
Boulder County AIDS Project – HIV Outreach & Prevention Services to youth through area schools
Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking – Peer to Peer Mentoring to survivors who attend Metro State in Denver
Second Wind Fund of Boulder – Counseling services for youth at risk of suicide

2013
Colorado Horse Rescue – Healing through Horses Program
Kids in Need of Dentistry – Dental Care to low-income children, youth, and teens in the Denver area
Second Wind Fund – Provides counseling services for teens in Boulder County at risk for suicide
We Don’t Waste – Collection and redistribution of leftover food from commercial venues to nonprofits serving meals

2012
Bridgeway – Transitional Shelter for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Provider’s Resource Clearinghouse – Weekend program for youth doing court-ordered community service
Urban Servant Corps – Upkeep and maintenance on 100 year-old home volunteers live in
We Don’t Waste – Collection and redistribution of leftover food from commercial venues to nonprofits serving meals

2011
Boulder County Latina Women’s League – Summer School for 3 young women
Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy Research – Zero to Five Program
Carriage House – Employment Services Program
Life Choices – Pregnancy test kits for young women

2010
Hope House – To conduct research to better serve their clientele
Laboratory for Trafficking – To conduct research and training for service providers on human trafficking
Colorado Hard At Work Kids (HAWKS) – After school basketball program
Devereux Cleo Wallace – Music program to buy instruments
The Inn Between –  Student Incentive Program

2009
Colie’s Closet – Suicide prevention program for local schools
Polaris Project – Workshop to educate healthcare workers on human trafficking
St. Vrain Family Center – To purchase curriculum for teen dads
The Inn Between – Student Incentive Program

2008
Denver Center for Crime Victims – Supporting children, youth and families program
Arvada Community Food Bank – Feeding the Future program
Medicine Horse Program – Therapeutic program with young girls and foals
Voices for Children – Purchase digital camera and accessories

2007
Arvada Community Food Bank – Weekend backpack program
Carriage House – Government ID program
Colorado Hard At Work Kids (HAWKS) – After school basketball program
Devereux Cleo Wallace – Dreamer’s Fund to purchase instruments for their music program
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network – To support their children’s advocate

2005
I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County – Mentoring program
Dental Aid – Dental care for those without insurance
Real Choices – Clothing closet for unexpected pregnancies

2004
Lutheran Family Services – Lutheran camp scholarships
The People’s Clinic – Healthcare to those without insurance
The Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center – For their summer work with youth with disabilities
Meals on Wheels – At-home meals for seniors

2003
The American Red Cross – Disaster relief
Casas por Cristo – New cement mixer
Boulder County Safehouse – Violence Prevention program in schools
Boulder’s Foster Parent Association – Scholarships for foster kids to attend summer activities