PHILANTHROPIES AND CHARITIES WE SUPPORT
The personal injury lawyers at Bachus & Schanker are involved in numerous local, state and national civic organizations and charities in Colorado.
Below are some of the many organizations our firm supports:
- Alive at 25
- Alive at 25 is a driver’s awareness course to help young drivers ages 15-24.
- The National Safety Council designed the course that includes defensive driving, decision-making, and responsibility-taking.
- The Brain Injury Association for Colorado
- The Brain Injury Association for Colorado is a resource to support and assist survivors of a brain injury, their families, and providers.
- The Brandon and Paul Foundation
- The Brandon and Paul Foundation supports education programs that help young drivers make good decisions and safe driving habits.
- Kenzi’s Causes
- Kenzi’s Causes was previously known as Dolls for Daughters.
- Kenzi’s Causes is a non-profit that supports underprivileged children and their families.
- Habitat for Humanity of Colorado
- Habitat for Humanity of Colorado helps low-income families by building simple homes with affordable no-profit mortgages.
- Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic
- The Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic provides vulnerable and underprivileged communities with accessible, bilingual legal aid with access to transformational wraparound services.
- The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
- The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s mission is to improve the lives of those who have leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, or myeloma.
- While they also research a cure and educate patients with blood cancer and their families members.
- March of Dimes
- March of Dimes’s mission is to improve the health of babies and mothers by preventing birth defects, premature labor, and infant mortality.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s mission is to support victims of drunk driving while putting an end to drunk driving and drugged driving.
- The Pikes Peak Challenge
- The Pikes Peak Challenge is about survivors of brain injuries and their family members and community supporters hiking Pikes Peak as a tribute to surviving and living their life to the fullest.