Project One Foundation’s Annual Children’s Classic Raises More Than $600,000
Denver-based Project One Cumming, which provides project management and related consulting services from its Denver area office, has a long history of working with not-for-profit organizations and believes it’s imperative to give back to the communities in which we live and work. With this commitment to serve, the Project One Foundation, a 501(c)3 was created with the purpose and mission of supporting children’s causes.
After yet another successful golf tournament sponsored by the local Denver business community, Project One Foundation’s Annual Children’s Classic at Perry Park, has now raised more than $600,000 for research programs at Children’s Hospital Colorado since its inception in 2012. This year’s 8th annual event in June raised nearly $45,000.
The involvement, support and generous donations from the local community has a profound impact on Children’s Hospital Colorado and its ability to stay at the forefront of lifesaving childhood disease research.
All net proceeds support pediatric health research at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Helping to fund new medical discoveries allows Children’s Hospital Colorado and its team of medical investigators to find better treatments and lifesaving cures for pediatric diseases.
When it was founded in 1908 in Denver, Children’s Hospital Colorado set out to be a leader in providing the best healthcare outcomes for children. Since then, Children’s Hospital Colorado has consistently been one of the nation’s top pediatric hospitals, serving patients across the entire Rocky Mountain region. As a private, not-for-profit pediatric healthcare network, Children’s Hospital Colorado is 100 percent dedicated to caring for kids at all ages and stages of growth. It has more than 3,000 pediatric specialists and more than 5,000 full-time employees on staff helping to carry out this mission.
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