Exodus in the Community
Exodus in the Community
Locally Owned. Locally Involved.
At Exodus, we consider it part of our civic role as a local, independent Colorado moving company to help those in our community who are in need. As a result, we often contribute to non-profit organizations by donating our white glove moving services. Giving back to our community by providing these types of in-kind donations is not only our expertise but also our pleasure. Some of the organizations we have supported include:
- Larimer Humane Society – Promoting and providing for the responsible care and treatment of animals.
- Education & Life Training Center– Providing quality, affordable job skills training and literacy classes for the Northern Colorado area.
- Alternatives to Violence– Empowering people to lead nonviolent lives through affirmation, respect for all, community building, cooperation, and trust.
- Crossroads Safe House– Advocating and providing a safe environment for victims of domestic and interpersonal abuse and violence in Colorado.
- United Way (Larimer & Weld Counties)- Improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
- Project Self Sufficiency – Assisting low-income, single parents in their efforts to build and maintain strong, healthy families; achieve economic independence; and become free from community and government assistance.
- Poudre Valley Hospital Foundation-Philanthropically supporting and promoting activities that best serve the health interests of the people of our region.
- A Women’s Place –Sheltering and helping to empower victims/survivors of domestic abuse to become safe, secure and self-reliant.
- Green Action– Mobilizing community power to win victories that change government and corporate policies and practices, protect health and promote environmental justice.
- SPCC-Reducing suicide and its impact on Coloradans through advocacy, collaboration and education.
- Metro Mile (Title Sponsor)- Fundraising annual race to raise money for selected community organizations.
- Realities For Children– Offering emergency funding for abused, neglected and at-risk youth in Larimer County.
- Reflections for Youth-A non-profit, community-based treatment center for teens (11-18) and families in crisis.
- Project Smile– Donating stuffed animals, coloring books and crayons, small toys and children’s reading books to police and fire departments for police officers, fire fighters and paramedics to give to children involved in traumatic situations.
- Bikes For Tykes– Working to insure that every child in America has a bicycle.
- Fairy Godmother Project – Helping underprivilaged teens to get formal wear and styling for prom.
- Morgan Adams Foundation-Raising money and awareness on behalf of children affected with cancer.
- Boys and Girls Club (Loveland & Fort Collins)- Enabling all young people, especially those in need, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
- Matthews House Ft Collins – Serving at-risk youth ages 16-21 that lack significant family support in their lives.
- Colorado CASA– Advocating for the best interest of abused and neglected children by supporting the development, growth and continuation of quality programs throughout Colorado.
- Fort Collins Symphony– Enhancing life in Northern Colorado by providing entertainment and education through the production of high quality orchestral music.
- Fort Collins Chorale – Enriching and educating singers and audiences throughout northern Colorado through live performances, recordings, workshops, and the creation of new choral works.
- Beet Street– Working to add to the economic vibrancy and development of the downtown area by building arts and culture as a unique economic engine.
- Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra– Nurturing, inspiring and enriching lives through symphonic music and education.
- KUNC– Community radio for Northern Colorado.
- Weld County Food Bank– Leading and engaging the community in the fight against hunger.
- Boulder Food Bank – Ensuring that no one in Boulder & Broomfield Counties goes hungry.
- The Angel House– Helping homeless families to help themselves.
- Larimer County Food Bank -Working toward a hunger-free Larimer County.
- Metro CareRing– A hunger relief organization operating one of the largest food pantries in Denver.
- SEAKR Foundation – Financially assisting families of fallen and disabled soldiers.
- Project Sanctuary– Supporting relational healing for families of those deployed in the military.
- Rocky Mountain Veteran Alliance– Supporting local veterans and their families.
- Colorado Hire Patriots – Supporting ex-military in finding employment after deployment.