Sponsors

Restoring the Soul Community Partnerships gives heartfelt thanks to our generous sponsors:

Bridge House, formerly known as The Carriage House Community Table, is a day shelter for the homeless operating in Boulder, Colorado.

Boulder County CareConnect has been serving the community for nearly 4 decades.  They provide free services for seniors and adults with disabilities, helping to make Boulder County a better place to live and age well.

Golden West’s mission is to provide quality housing and related services to persons aged 62 and older in an environment that is supportive of the senior residents and the local community.

St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church is a faith community celebrating and sharing God’s love. They openly invite you to come visit and participate in their community of faith.

Congregation Har HaShem is an inclusive Reform Jewish congregation in covenant with God, dedicated to t’filah (prayer), limud (learning) and k’hilah (building community). They rejoice in the celebration of Jewish ideals and traditions and are committed to the ongoing work of tikkun olam (repairing the world).

Interfaith Network on Mental Illness (INMI) is increasing awareness and understanding of mental illness among clergy, staff, lay leaders and members of faith communities and help them develop and nurture supportive environments for persons dealing with mental illnesses and their families and friends.

Precision Plumbing is a Denver/Boulder based business serving the communities plumbing, heating, and electric needs. Each month they hold a contest called the “Crazy Promotion” where community members can vote for their favorite non-profit to be awarded $1000.

St. Andrew Presbyterian is a church located on Baseline Road in Boulder, Colorado. We are grateful for the office space that they have allowed us to use.

The Community Reentry Council of Boulder County is made up of representatives from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Community Justice Services and a list of service and faith-based organizations. The goal is to reduce re-offending by providing life skills classes and supports tools for success in the community.