We know that one of the most effective ways of proving our dedication to enhancing the world around us is to partner with organizations that are making true strides towards equality as well as the health and welfare of individuals and pets in our region.
Organizations Initial.IT Proudly Supports the Family Tree and Food Bank of the Rockies
We welcome you to actively get involved with these nonprofits and help amplify our efforts. Be a part of the conversation — sharing your stories of compassion and love throughout the year.
Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists
Colorado Village Collaborative
Colorado Pet Pantry
The Initial.IT team have long been passionate supporters of Meghan’s Wish, a local nonprofit foundation that helps support children that have recently been placed in foster homes. These children often have limited
personal goods such as toiletries, clothes and toys. With the support of donors throughout the area, Megan’s Wish Foundation provides emergency packs to help children get through the critical first 24 hours in
their new foster placements.
The importance of recycling and sustainability is impossible to overstate, particularly in the technology space. As millions of devices are discarded every year, the batteries that are included can cause irreparable damage to the environment. Our team is passionate about supporting Sustainability Recycling as a way to compost natural materials, recycle commercial and electric goods — and even hard-to-recycle larger items.
The Movement for Humane Technology
Companies around the world are profiting on the depression, addiction and confusion of humans. As an effort to radically reimagine the digital infrastructure of the future, the Center for Humane Technology seeks to raise awareness of the ways that technology is being used to manipulate choices, destabilize real-world communities and break down truth.
As a technology company that believes in supporting local communities, Initial.IT knows that there is a better way.
Watch the trailer for The Social Dilemma to learn more about this important initiative and how you can get involved.
Covered is a local 501(c)3 nonprofit assisting sex trafficking survivors over the age of 18. Covered’s vision is to see survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation recover from the abuse and trauma of trafficking. Our goal is also to bring awareness of trafficking in the Denver Metro Area and work with local law enforcement, the court system, and task forces to eradicate sex trafficking in Colorado. Our program is trauma informed, survivor informed, using evidence-based practices to empower survivors toward healing and self-sufficiency.
The Delores Project
The Delores Project partners with individuals experiencing barriers to housing to identify their path to stability. By providing shelter, housing, and supportive services, The Delores Project works alongside individuals as they overcome barriers and challenges. In addition, The Delores Project community collaborates with other community leaders to ensure those who have experienced barriers to housing are represented on issues of public policy and community development.
Karlis Family Center
Rooted in the metro Denver community since 1976, Family Tree recognizes the intersection among child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. And, based on their extensive expertise, they are working to change how individuals, families, and communities see, respond to, and overcome these challenges.
To learn more about the amazing work done by this organization, visit their website: