LOKAL CARES TOY DRIVE
Let's make this year a special one for the children at Brent's Place fighting chronic illnesses. Brent’s Place strives to provide a unique home away from home, for pediatric cancer patients ranging in age from toddlers to 19 years old. They protect the fragile health of patients while also strengthening the integrity of the family unit and fostering an unwavering community of support.
Lokal is partnering with this wonderful organization to help bring Holiday Cheer to these families. Please help us by participating in our Annual Brent’s Place Toy Drive. You will be happy you did. Please bring (unused) toys for boys and girls to any one of our drop off locations listed to the side of this paragraph. The toys need to be unwrapped. Please no stuffed or soft toys. The toy drop ends December 10th.
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DROP OFF LOCATIONS
8310 S Valley Hwy, Ste 115 Englewood, CO
11588 Jasper St. Commerce City, CO
6021 S Syracuse Way, Ste 104 Greenwood Village, CO
FORTY ON MEADOWS
2620 Meadows Blvd, Unit D Castle Rock, CO
12200 Idalia Pl Brighton, CO
4800 Copeland Cir Littleton, CO
8809 Red Primrose St Franktown, CO
VILLAS AT WHEATLANDS
24817 E. Calhoun Pl Aurora, CO
We believe in bettering all communities, not just where we build, and we are committed to giving back. For this reason, at every home closing Lokal Homes, Lokal Communities, and Lokal Mortgage have committed to donate to the Brent’s Place, the only “Safe-Clean” housing facility in the Rocky Mountain region approved by Children’s Hospital Colorado for patients with compromised immune systems, and to The Challenge Foundation, which helps smart, ambitious, and hard working students break the cycle of poverty through educational opportunities. Both charities are making a profound difference in the lives of families in the Colorado Front Range area and we’re exceptionally proud to be a part of them.
More than 14,000 children are diagnosed with cancer throughout the country each year. Many of these patients are in desperate need of “Safe-Clean” housing before, during and after life-saving medical treatments. This means they require a home away from home capable of supporting their entire family in a “Safe-Clean” environment. Brent’s place is the only “Safe-Clean” housing facility in the Rocky Mountain region approved by Children’s Hospital Colorado for patients with compromised immune systems.
THE CHALLENGE FOUNDATION
The Challenge Foundation is a 501(c) 3 Non-profit organization that helps smart, ambitious, and hard-working students break the cycle of poverty through education opportunities. Challenge takes a whole-student approach, awarding tuition scholarships and individualized support services to low-income students. From middle school to a college preparatory school and continuing through college we see the big picture: the potential in our scholars and their dreams of higher education, the impact they make in their communities, and the way that giving back to the world is a privilege we should all strive to earn.