Giving Back to the Community
The team at Altitude Community Law is committed to the welfare, development and well-being of not only the communities we represent, but communities throughout Colorado. We make it a priority to give back and take pride in getting involved and making a difference. Whether through business contributions, event sponsorship or employee participation, Altitude Community Law and its employees support initiatives that improve the quality of life in our communities.
2017 “Roll out the Barrels” Food Drive Benefiting Metro Caring
Metro Caring is Denver’s leading hunger-relief organization, providing nutritious food to hungry families and individuals while promoting health and self-sufficiency. This year, Metro Caring opened a new Hunger Relief Center featuring a fresh-food market which offers foods like cheese, bread, milk, eggs, meat, fruits, and vegetables. Each year Metro Caring hosts a food drive called “Roll Out the Barrels.” This year marks their 16th annual food drive which was sponsored by The Denver Bar Association’s Community Action Network (CAN) Committee.
As members of the Denver Bar Association (DBA), Altitude Community Law joined with 37 law firms and organizations to help provide nutritious food for the new Hunger Relief Center. Our firm’s Legal Administrator, Missy Hirst, says “Altitude Community Law P.C. is proud to participate in opportunities which benefit the local communities where we work and live. Our employees generously donate in various ventures, and we were pleased to recently be a part of the Denver Bar Association’s food donation drive to benefit Metro Caring.” Nearly $47,750 in food and funds was donated! With the help of nearly 170 volunteers per week, Metro Caring also offers education, health services, and resources to help families become more self-sufficient. Learn more about Metro Caring and how you can help, by visiting their website.
The 1st year of the Altitude Community Law Street Search held on August 26th, was a great success! We partnered with several management companies throughout Colorado for an afternoon scavenger hunt, raising over $5,000 for Brent’s Place.
Presented Rebekah Wells of Brent’s Place with presentation check! Hammersmith Management came in first place, Zeato Property Management came in second and MSI, LLC came in third! Most Money raised went to Community Management Specialists and Best Costume went to Zeato Property Management.
Altitude Community Law continues to be committed to giving back to the community that has given us so much. We look forward to next year’s Altitude Community Law Street Search!!
Check out the fun photos from this exciting day on our 2016 Altitude Community Law Street Search webpage!