Thanks to our sponsors, event attendees, breweries and The West End Tavern, SPAN raised over $20,000 for survivors of domestic violence at the 11th Annual JULIPA, making this year’s IPA Festival the best yet! We kicked off the month featuring a fun new activity “Brewery Wars”, several local breweries competed against one another in a…
Getting out of an emotionally abusive relationship isn’t easy, and when you add drug addiction into the mix, the layers of the onion become more complex.
The closure of SOL/BSeedz unquestionably leaves a gap in services for LGBTQ survivors of violence. As a former SOL staff member noted, from the ashes of SOL something new and healthy can grow and thrive. SPAN will do all that we can to ensure that whatever emerges from the ashes is grassroots, responsive and accountable to survivors, and QTPoC and QTBIPoC-led.
Boulder’s very own, Yoga Pod, nominates SPAN as a recipient for their new initiative: The Community Give Back Fund. This new program will initially provide more than 600 single-use day Yoga Pod passes to three leading Boulder nonprofits helping communities at risk or in crisis. For every dollar that donors contribute to this program, Yoga Pod will match.
When SPAN first opened its doors to the community in 1979, it was difficult to envision the significant impact our program would have on the lives of so many women and children throughout our local community.
Joe and Heather DiIorio have been involved with SPAN for over 20 years. Overtime, their love and connection to SPAN has grown immensely. Read about their time with SPAN in their donor interview.
SPAN raised over $20,000 for survivors of domestic violence at the 11th Annual JULIPA, making this year’s IPA Festival the best yet!
WATCH LLOYD AND ZACH FIGHT AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, MAY 18TH, 7 PM @ THE BOULDER THEATER
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Rayback Collective
Five years ago Two Men and a Truck (TMAAT) reached out to SPAN to help our clients move into housing and support our donation drives. Originally, our main contact was connected to the cause because as a young boy he had lived in our shelter. It was amazing to see the impact this young man…