Chase the Music values our partnerships. Collaboration makes everyone stronger, and these relationships work for mutual benefit. They come in many forms. From sponsors and donor organizations – to musical groups to other programs for the children, etc.
Here are a few of the folks we call our friends:
The Colorado Blues Society is dedicated to increasing awareness of and appreciation for the Blues as an indigenous American Art form
This great organization started off as a ski training program for the disabled. It’s now expanded well beyond that and a number of their kids are our kids. We appreciate that they allow us to come up and ski with the kids at least once a year.
Colorado Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp
Over 30 years of providing a weeklong camp for disabled children
Our kids need blood too, so we organize, sponsor and run an annual blood drive. We give whenever we can. Signup for other local drives or visit a donation center near you. Give blood – it saves lives.
Respite Care, Inc. is a nonprofit organization in Larimer County that provides short term, quality care for children with developmental disabilities, giving respite to their families, and enhancing the quality of life for the entire family. Chase the Music and Respite Care have partnered up for a number of events, providing original music to their
Colorado State University Music therapy has partnered with Chase the Music to bring a series of original music performances to children battling critical illnesses.
An old friend and mentor, Craig Pratt has started Next Level Living. Next level living is a web presence promoting becoming a better version of yourself every day. They encourage helping others. After seeing a story about what I was up to, Craig sent me a shirt and asked me to share a little of
I recently met by with Phil, Lucia and Ari of the Efrem Foundation, a non-profit out of New Jersey. They provide services to aid youth, struggling with severe grief caused by the loss of a loved one. They know that when our youth are in a crisis, they don’t have the same coping skills that