Every fall the Denver Round Table (DRT), along with the local Porsche and Jaguar Clubs, organizes a fundraiser for the ARCH Program. The event features collector cars, food and refreshments, along with live and silent auctions. You can support the ARCH Program by attending the event, purchasing a table, buying a sponsorship or donating auction items. Full information can be found at www.denverroundtable.net.
Ride for ARCH in the Courage Classic
The Rehabilitation Cycling Club (formerly known as Team Courage Supporting ARCH) represents the Rehabilitation & Therapy service line at Children’s Hospital Colorado, and raises money to continue expanding and providing community recreation programs and opportunities for the ARCH (Adaptive Recreation for Childhood Health) program. We’re riding in honor the of the kids who have received care within the rehab service line, and are now active and recreating in the community in the adaptive sports program. Through ARCH, children can continue developing their skills and further build upon their abilities.
For those not interested or able to participate directly in activities, there are other ways to help. We’re always looking for volunteers for a variety of fundraising events. For more information, please contact ARCH at 720-777-6590 or Andrea.Colucci@childrenscolorado.org.
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