Congratulations to the October 2015 BHP Partnership Awards winners! Our Partnership Awards program recognizes the efforts of individuals, businesses, corporate partners, and non-profit and governmental agencies for their support of BHP and its mission. At the October 12, 2015 Board of Commissioners meeting, BHP staff presented awards to the following Non-profit Partners and Volunteer partners:
Non-Profit Partner: ReSchool Colorado – Donnell-Kay Foundation
ReSchool Colorado – Donnell-Kay Foundation has led an innovative and organized familycentered approach to learning that improves educational opportunities among children. Since collaborating with ReSchool Colorado, BHP has implemented programs that aid parents in supporting their children for further engagement in learning activities that enhance their child’s social, emotional, academic, and physical growth.
Award presented by Karin Stayton.
Non-Profit Partner: Harvest of Hope Pantry
Harvest of Hope Pantry is a food bank dedicated in their mission to serving the single poor and poor families in the city of Boulder. This past year Harvest of Hope Pantry provided food to 126 Boulder Housing Partners residents located at 22 of BHP’s sites. When residents visit Harvest of Hope Pantry they are welcomed in a friendly manner and enter a space where they are able to shop for food in a grocery store-style setting.
Award presented by Sally Miller.
Volunteer Partner: Caren Phillips from Intercambio
Since January 2014, Caren has taught a weekly English class from 6pm until 8pm at the Kalmia Community Center. In her class, residents learn and practice conversations revolving around everyday subjects such as work, school, and errands. We are very grateful for all of the help and support she has provided and thank her for her continued dedication to teach Kalmia residents English.
Award presented by Annie Beall.
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