Paint Denver is dedicated to our customers and passionate about serving our Denver community.
We believe community outreach is our social responsibility. As we have grown and evolved as a company, we have focused on giving back and making a positive impact on the community where we live and work by partnering with various organizations.
This year, we aim to raise $10,000 for non-profits by donating a set amount for each project we complete from referrals. When you refer friends and family to Paint Denver and they use us, we will donate $50 to one of our non-profit partners of your choice that benefit Denver and Colorado.*
Home Painting Donations
In 2020, we are donating the painting of five home exteriors to deserving individuals selected through our business relationships all around the Denver community. Eventually, we would like to be able to paint a house for every year that we have been a part of this incredible community we call home.
The Lion Project
The Lion Project is a company that helps bring awareness and resources to four different Denver non-profits each year. We became partners in 2016 when we were introduced to Zak Ferry and learned the value of investing in non-profits. This partnership allows everyone at Paint Denver to volunteer and help support the non-profit organizations that help better our community.
*Choose from among this year’s 3 non-profit partners. Minimum job size of $2500. $100 credit to the referrer. $50 donation to the non-profit.
We Love Giving Back!
The Lion Project and Paint Denver Improve a Wilderness Outreach Program
Sky’s the Limit Fund (STLF) mission is to transform the lives of youth in crisis and their families by providing access to wilderness therapy programs, coaching services to guide families during the transition home, and outreach to educate the community on the benefits of wilderness therapy. Paint Denver volunteered for a service day and to help deliver hiking backpack to at-risk youth.
The Lion Project and Paint Denver Improve Homes for Urban Peak
Urban Peak is the only non-profit organization in Denver that provides a full convergence of services for youth ages 15 through 24 experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Their goal is to help these youth overcome real-life challenges and become self-sufficient adults. Paint Denver, along with 80+ volunteers came out to lay flooring and update the youths’ apartments.
The Lion Project and Paint Denver Improve a Sober Active Community
The Phoenix is a non-profit organization that offers a free sober active community to individuals who have suffered from a substance use disorder and to those who choose a sober life. Paint Denver volunteered to help improve their workout space. Together, we and the other volunteers, cleaned, organized, and painted a giant mural! We did this for hundreds of people that call the Phoenix a place of refuge!
The Lion Project and Paint Denver Improve a Senior Support Services Provider
We partnered with The Lion Project to volunteer at Senior Support Services. Together, we made an economic impact of over $25,000 to benefit the only day shelter for seniors in Colorado! They are truly making an impact every day for the homeless seniors of our community and we’re proud to be able to partner with them.
The Lion Project and Paint Denver Improve a Playground for Children with Special Needs
Sewall Child Development Center provides individualized support geared towards each child’s unique needs and learning styles. Sewall is committed to inclusion, where all children, including those with special needs, learn and grow together. Paint Denver volunteered to help rebuild and improve the playground at Sewall. Together, we and the other volunteers made an economic impact of over $21,000 to benefit this inclusive education program!
The Lion Project and Paint Denver helped accelerate Colorado Conservatory of Dance’s growth and gave them a greater opportunity to impact the community.
The Lion Project helps bring a house back to life for homeless youth.
A rundown old house off of West 3rd Avenue and Broadway is getting a full makeover and a new purpose. It’s being transformed into a home for some of Colorado’s most vulnerable: our homeless youth.
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