ViewHouse is deeply committed to giving back to all of the neighborhoods we settle in. One of our core values revolves around working with local charities in our communities. Colorado is growing quickly, and with that growth comes the need for community development. We are honored to have worked with hundreds of non-profits throughout the years & look forward to fostering our current & future partnerships. Here is a partial list of non-profit organizations that we have the pleasure of supporting in many ways, big and small!

  • Alzheimer’s Association
  • American Red Cross
  • Ballpark District
  • Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Metro Denver
  • Brent’s Place
  • Cancer League of Colorado
  • Children’s Diabetes Foundation
  • Christmas for Kids
  • Colorado Aids Project
  • Colorado Ballet
  • Colorado Judicial Institute
  • Denver Ballet Guild
  • Denver Divas
  • Denver Film Society
  • Denver Gay Professionals
  • Denver Hospice
  • Denver Young Professionals
  • Fashion Group International
  • Flobots.org
  • Global Down Syndrome Foundation
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Huntington Disease
  • Kroenke Charities
  • Lodo District
  • Love, Hope & Strength
  • Men for the Cure
  • Mile High Society Project
  • Mile High Young Professionals
  • Movember
  • Penny Parker Open
  • Project Cure
  • Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Foundation
  • SaddleUp! Foundation
  • Simms Fayola International Academy
  • South High School
  • Team Hope Charities
  • The Military Ball
  • Visit Denver
  • Volunteers of America
  • Wine, Women & Football
  • Wednesday’s Child
  • Youth Biz

In 2016 we are excited to continue supporting many of the same organizations. We also work to create new opportunities through increased involvement with the Boy’s and Girls Club of Metro Denver, Denver Metro YMCA, Volunteers of America and Flobots.org. We have focused on youth based Non-Profit’s due to the amazing impact they normally have on our community.

A message from Jim White (Director of Community Affairs for Volunteers of America):
I cannot thank all of you enough for the hundreds of toys you gave us! Without getting too biblical abut the whole thing, it really was a fishes and loaves kind of arrangement. Due to the nice weather and all of the school systems being closed we had more children come to see Santa than ever before (at least in my 30+ years!) We went through 3 Santas (I had the first shift 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.) and had well over 2,500 children. Ask any of the folks that brought the toys up, the line around the building was insane. Just about the time we would start to run low on presents, someone would walk in from Lotus with another load of toys! They were dropped off, volunteers wrapped them up and Santa gave them out. Believe it or not, we hit the end of the line and pretty much the end of the toys (other than some stuffed toys for 1-2 year olds) at 4:45 p.m. We could NOT of done it without your help. You made hundreds of less fortunate children very, very happy! I hope all of you have good health in 2014 and that the year brings you the kind of joy you brought to so many others.

If interested in requesting a donation from ViewHouse, we require the organization be a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with valid tax ID number. Please contact our corporate office for  donation information, and one of our team members will reach out to you shortly. Due to the high-volume of donation requests we receive, please allow us ample time to process your request. Thank you!

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