A Precious Child

Apr 8, 2020, 12:46 PM | Updated: Jan 14, 2022, 1:45 pm

Are You Ready To Empower? 

WHO: Since 2008, A Precious Child has served over 387,000 children and caregivers across the eight county Denver Metro area -focusing on Child and Family Advocacy, Family Stability, Academic Success, Social & Emotional Well-being and Workforce Development.  

WHAT: To kick off the campaign, community leaders and businesses have stepped up to establish a generous matching gift fund of $750,000 to challenge and inspire others to support A Precious Child’s life changing programs. That means that, dollar for dollar, your donation to the Match 4 Mission Campaign benefiting A Precious Child will be matched up to $750,000!  

WHEN: The Match 4 Mission Campaign starts January 13th and ends on March 31, 2022!  

WHERE: Visit the Match4 Mission fund raising page at bit.ly/m4m2022 to donate or to set up your own campaign!  

WHY: A Precious Child has a long history of stepping up in the wake of disaster. In 2013, A Precious Child served children, individuals and families displaced by the floods and throughout the COVID 19 pandemic, A Precious Child has served 42,000 people with over $846,000 worth of COVID related hygiene and cleaning supplies. Today, A Precious Child is working with Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Boulder County and RMCSDA to identify and support residents in our community impacted by the recent fires by running the Boulder Fire and High Wind Disaster Relief Donation and Resource Center. This funding will support the rise in demand for A Precious Child services between helping individuals and families impacted by the fires in Boulder County, as well as A Precious Child’s five Cradle to Career Initiatives-supporting children and families living below the Colorado Self Sufficiency standard across the eight county Denver Metro area.  


  1. You can donate now or host a corporate or individual peer to peer fund raiser on behalf of A Precious Child. Signing up is simple, just visit bit.ly/m4m2022 and click “Start Fund raising” to start your own campaign. 
  1. Set your fund raising goal -a suggested minimum of $1,000 is a good starting target. 
  1. Share your Match 4 Mission Campaign page with your network of friends, family, colleagues and partners, giving them an opportunity to support your fund raising efforts to empower children and families in need.
  1. Interested in a different way to give? Make an individual donation to our Match 4 Mission Campaign by visiting bit.ly/m4m2022 and click “Give Now” to get started.

 If you have any questions or need assistance with your page, please contact Chris Grack-Wilson at ChrisGrackWilson@APreciousChild.org or at 303.466.4272 ext. 312 


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