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Sustainable employment and affordable, community-based housing provide a sense of purpose, value, and full participation in our community for us all. For the hundreds of adults with  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) in Boulder County, these are aspirations that are far too often inaccessible.

 

Boulder Treasures needs your help to address these unmet needs. Our social enterprise business model enhances our financial sustainability without relying as much on charitable donations.  However, as we prepare for our program expansion in 2021, and in these times of financial uncertainty (especially in the retail industry!), we need your help now more than ever. With your donation today, Boulder Treasures can create whole new pathways to purpose and community for adults with IDD across Boulder County. Thank you for your support!

 

 

Colorado Gives Day is an annual appeal for Coloradans to support local nonprofits. Powered by Community First Foundation since 2007, ColoradoGives.org and its signature giving day – Colorado Gives Day – make supporting Boulder Treasures safe and easy, while ensuring that we meet specific standards of transparency and accountability. Please consider supporting us now, pre-scheduling your Colorado Gives Day donation, or participating on Colorado Gives Day itself on December 8, 2020.  Show your support by clicking HERE.

Ramble on Pearl, our retail clothing boutique operates as both a brick & mortar store, and now an online store.  Located within Boulder’s famous Pearl Street shopping district, Ramble on Pearl features name-brand active lifestyle clothing and accessories for both women and men. As host for our apprentice program, Ramble on Pearl showcases the employability of our apprentices to potential employers who can witness their skills and work ethic first hand by visiting our store.  And when you shop at Ramble, every dollar you spend supports our apprentice program.

 

Boulder Treasures, Inc. is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the state of Colorado.