Giving Back

Bane Homes knows first hand the importance of giving back. Check out a few of the organizations that we donate our time to, and ask us how you can get involved! 

 
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Rose Medical Center + Bonfils Blood Drive

In 2018, Brie partnered with Rose Medical Center & Vitalant/Bonfils Blood Bank to host two blood drives. Donated blood saved Brie's life and the Bane Homes team are helping to pay it forward with over +125 units of blood (and counting) donated. Thank you to everyone who came out and continues to support our blood drives! 

 
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Rose Medical Center

For 60 years, volunteers have made a special difference in patient care at Rose. If you're 14 or older, consider volunteering to bring a smile to a patient, a family, and to your own heart.

Rose Medical Center volunteers provide crucial support services that are vital to the hospital and the well-being of its patients. Every day, willing volunteers donate their time and energy to the care of our patients. The volunteer program is founded and established in charitable works. We believe the gift of human kindness has a ripple effect and has no boundaries. This simple act can create change in profound way. Volunteers serve in many different hospital departments.

 

Denver Urban Scholars

Denver Urban Scholars is a nonprofit organization that partners with high poverty, high performing schools to unlock the potential of students facing added challenges by creating individual pathways to career and college. Denver Urban Scholars is a coordinated, integrated approach that seamlessly combines mentoring, case management, academic support, financial assistance and more into a wrap-around network of support for every Scholar. Many Scholars are enrolled from middle school through three years post-graduation, creating a long-term relationship with mentors and staff.

 
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Front Range Antique Power Association

To come together to restore & preserve for posterity, machinery that accompanied the machine age of the 19th and 20th centuries. Provide a social setting in which members share common interests and cultivate good fellowship through meetings, shows and displays of equipment. 

 
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Freedom Service Dogs

At Freedom Service Dogs, we unleash the potential of shelter dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. Our clients include children, veterans and active duty military, and other adults. Their disabilities include autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.