Colorado Chorale Scares Up Funds for Children’s Hospital

Thanks to the generosity and efforts of Colorado Chorale patrons and members, we raised more than $600 for Children’s Hospital Child Life Program.   Additional in store contributions bring the estimated total raised to $700-$800.  The money goes directly to benefit patients at Children’s Hospital with developmental, educational and therapeutic support for children undergoing medical treatment.

We asked children in the audience of our “This is Halloween” concert to participate in a reverse trick or treat, collecting cash donations from our audience members, and they were very generous.  We also collected donations at the King Soopers store on Hampden and Monaco.  In addition, over 200 10% off coupons were handed out by Chorale members.  Folks who shopped at “Spirit Halloween” stores received a 10% discount, which went directly to benefit Children’s Hospital.  Contributions were also made on-line through the Colorado Chorale web page.  We will be continuing to accept contributions through the web site for several weeks.

Special thanks to the crew at the Colorado Blvd Spirit store (especially Jaleen – shown with Scott Banks from the Colorado Chorale in the picture below), Richard Tereo Spencer Spirit Holdings Inc., King Soopers, and to the kids who did such a great job collecting donations at our Halloween concert.  Finally, thanks again to our wonderful patrons for your generous support of Spirit of Halloween.  Thanks to you, we have made a hospital stay a little less scary for children and their family.

Click on the link below for more information on how you can help.scott-and-jalene-spirit-of-children-fundraiser

Here is the link:   www.spiritofchildren.com

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritOfChildren

INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/spiritofchildren/

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpiritOfChildren

Media:

Long (3:21) PSA: https://youtu.be/GqOxZKOH0P8

Short ( :38 sec) PSA: https://youtu.be/jOq8DtMNSrc

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