Your Castle Gives
Denver's Largest Independent Brokerage Gives Hundreds of Thousands to Charity
We care! In 2021, Your Castle real estate was able to donate $105,000 to both the Ronald McDonald House Denver and Boys and Girls Club Denver, helping numerous families and children in need across the Denver Metro. In total, we exceeded over $200,000 in charitable donations this year.
In fact, Your Castle has given back to the community for over a decade, donating to charities and causes every year, including those listed below:
When families have a seriously ill child and need to seek medical care far from their own homes, they can turn to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver to find a home away from home. At no cost. For as long as treatment takes. RMHC-Denver gives families with sick children what they need the most — each other.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver changes lives. From the first day of kindergarten to high school graduation, they help kids succeed in school, develop good character and citizenship, and live healthy lives. At 21 neighborhood Clubs and our summer camp in the mountains, we provide our Club members with low or no-cost opportunities to participate in fun and educationally enriching activities after school, during the school day, and all summer long.
ACE helps one child at time through scholarships for students from low-income families. ACE’s scholarships allows these students from low-income families to attend the school of their choice, greatly improving their chances of graduating from High School and attending college.
The Alzheimer’s Association takes a three-pronged approach to Alzheimer’s prevention and treatment: care for patients, accelerated treatment research, and education to prevent the onset of the disease.
The American Cancer Society is on a mission to put an end to cancer. They fund cutting-edge cancer research, support those battling cancer, and educate the masses.
The American Heart Association dedicates their work to fighting heart disease and stroke. The Association fights for stronger health policies, funds life-saving research, and promotes the importance of healthy lifestyle choices.
The American Lung Association employs research, education, and advocacy in order to treat and prevent lung disease in the United States.
Arc Thrift Stores support those with intellectual and developmental disabilities by employing them in their stores and by re-investing proceeds in their mission.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Colorado partners youth who are facing adversity with an individually focused volunteer to provide stability and to promote aspirations of success, self esteem, and educational success.
Bright By Text provides free programming for families with young children in order to promote emotional, physical, and intellectual development of these little ones.
The Cancer League of Colorado supports Colorado residents who are fighting cancer through their funding of the newest cancer research and by subsidizing cancer-related care.
The Children’s Miracle Network raises funds for Children’s hospitals. These funds support families whose children need ER care, surgeries, cancer treatment, and many other hospital services.
The Denver Rescue Mission serves Coloradans struggling with homelessness and/or substance abuse through their holistic programs.
The Dumb Friends League works with the community in order to end pet suffering and homelessness.
The Epilepsy Foundation supports those living with epilepsy by assisting with everyday challenges and by providing accelerated therapy to treat seizures.
Firefly Autism utilizes Applied Behavioral Analysis to to transform the lives and children and families living with autism.
The Food Bank of the Rockies efficiently provides hungry families with much needed nourishment through its partner agencies.
Friends of Children provides the most at-risk youth with a salaried, trained mentor from Kindergarten all the way through graduation from high school. Groups who have participated in this program have a 83% graduation rate, 93% avoidance of the juvenile justice system, and 98% avoidance of early parenting.
The Leukemia Research Journal publishes comprehensive and current information related to leukemia, lymphomas, multiple myeloma and other hematologic malignancies to promote professional development and cutting-edge knowledge.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of the Rocky Mountains aims to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma through research, patient access, and policy advocacy.
Mercy Corps focuses on locations around the globe in transition by providing emergency relief, facilitating sustainable change, and seeking innovation in order to alleviate suffering, poverty, and aggression.
Mercy Housing helps build communities that provide affordable housing across the country. A national organization, Mercy Housing funds projects in Denver, Commerce City, Durango, Westminster, and Fort Collins. With our dedication to residential real estate, this partnership was the perfect fit.
The Movember Foundation aims to reduce the number of premature deaths of men across the country. Their focuses include prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide prevention.
A leading resource for the country’s MS community, the association strives to improve the lives of those facing MS through support and services.
The National MS Society helps those with MS live their best lives. The society is a place for all those touched by MS to connect, organize and take action.
The Parker Task Force and Food Bank provides food, financial support, and other services to those in need with compassion and care.
The Pediatric Care Network utilizes the latest research and data in order to analyze best practices and treatments in order to improve pediatric care.
Reading Partners partners with under-resourced elementary schools in order to provide individual support to students so that they can read at grade level by the 4th grade.
Rebuilding Together brings communities together in order to support low-income homeowners and seeks to provide a safe and healthy home for everyone.
The Salvation Army helps disaster survivors, relieves hunger, eases poverty, provides shelter, fights human trafficking, mitigates domestic abuse, teaches children, empowers the arts, combats addiction, serves Veterans, and brightens the holidays throughout the country.
Samaritan’s Purse provides spiritual and and physical aid to those who need them most around the world.
The Tennyson Center for Children provides spiritually integrated therapy to children who have experienced severe neglect, abuse, and/or trauma.
The only national non-profit fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease, The ALS Association invests in research and offers services and support to the ALS community.
The Bridge of Life seeks to improve the lives of those with chronic kidney disease through education, prevention, and treatment.
The Shaka Franklin Foundation for Youth addresses teen suicide in Colorado. The foundation utilizes education, awareness, and support in order to accomplish their mission.
The Wellspring Community empowers the lives of adults with special needs through job opportunities and individualized support.
The Women’s Bean Project provides stepping stones to independence for women who have experience conviction, domestic violence, or addiction by training them to become industrious workers and move on to subsequent employment.
World Vision Donation tackles poverty and injustice around the world through transformational development, emergency relief, promotion of justice, partnerships with churches, and public awareness.
The Wounded Warrior Project serves Veterans and service members who have suffered physical or mental injury. They offer a variety of services and programs throughout the United States.
As a Denver residential real estate brokerage, our company has grown exponentially, thanks to the popularity of Colorado and the booming housing market. Giving back fulfills us and offers inspiration to our agents and to the community!
- Jill Marce