Over the years we have successfully worked with groups like One Colorado, Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods as well as the Denver Police Brotherhood, an employee organization for the Denver Police Department providing education reimbursement to members and emergency funds in crisis situations; Comitis Crisis Center of Aurora, which services homeless individuals and homeless families; the Harm Reduction Action Center, serving Colorado’s public health by working to reduce the harms associated with drug use, the Aurora Police Association and more.
We have seen how advocacy can lead to change, and we believe it is our responsibility to continue to fight for underserved communities. Good Chemistry would not exist without the support and advocacy of others, and we’re grateful for the ability to give back.
The Black Cannabis Equity Initiative is dedicated to the recognition and elimination of equity barriers, institutional racism as well as past indiscretions and systemic abuses. Their goal is to be an equity focal point for authentic dialogue between the Black community and the Colorado cannabis industry as well as a bridge for community engagement, collaboration and partnerships around cannabis equity, diversity and inclusion opportunities.
Color of Cannabis is an organization that offers support to entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry who identify as People of Color. They specifically advocate for increased Black and Latinx business ownership and leadership in the cannabis industry.
Metro Caring, Denver’s frontline anti-hunger organization, work with our community to meet people’s immediate need for nutritious food while building a movement to address the root causes of hunger. Metro Caring offers innovative programming in Healthy Foods Access, Nutrition Education and Cooking Classes, ID Procurement, Urban Gardening, and Community Activation.
Good Chemistry is proud to support the Endorphin fitness veterans community gardens program. With support from local businesses and organizations through donations of food, soil, plants, flowers and gardening tools, Endorphin’s Veteran community works together to beautify areas like Denver’s Colfax Avenue with beautiful active community gardens.
Ray of Hope helps respond to the urgent needs of Coloradans with cancer by providing financial assistance with dignity and humanity. By giving unrestricted cash grants directly to cancer patients in treatment, they give them the freedom to use the gift however they see fit. Groceries, rent, utility payments—even flowers for a daughter’s wedding—they impose zero restrictions.
Denver Rescue Mission is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the homeless and needy in the Denver metro area.
One Colorado is the state’s leading advocacy organization dedicated to advancing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Coloradans and their families.
Good Chemistry is proud to support The Gathering Place, the only daytime drop-in center in metro Denver. The Gathering Place serves women, their children, and transgender individuals experiencing poverty and homelessness. We are glad to be able to spend time serving the community.
AIDS Walk Colorado - Walk For Life - brings more than 8,000 people together from all across the state in awareness of HIV/AIDS in Colorado. The event serves as a day to remember those we have lost to the disease with panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt and a 5K Awareness walk through Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Denver Police Brotherhood
The Harm Reduction Action Center's mission is to educate, empower, and advocate for the health and dignity of Denver’s injection drug users, in accordance with harm reduction principles.
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods’ (CHUN) mission is ‘Preserving the Past, Improving the Present, and Planning for the Future of Greater Capitol Hill.’ CHUN strives to accomplish this mission through its emphasis on historic preservation, affordable housing and homelessness, land use and zoning, and public safety.
The Colorado COVID Relief Fund is hosted by the State of Colorado and Mile High United Way. The fund will be overseen by a committee of community leaders from across Colorado and will be providing aid to support Colorado communities and organizations affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19. Funds will provide flexible resources to organizations in our state working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by the outbreak. Bank of America, Comcast, Morgridge Family Foundation and Wells Fargo are underwriting the fees of processing contributions and 100% of your contributions go to the relief fund.
You Can Play is a social activism campaign dedicated to the eradication of homophobia in sports, centered on the slogan, "If you can play, you can play."