Organizations We Support
Alexa’s Angels believes in empowering connections between women of all ages. We are dedicated to supporting non-profit organizations that share this vision. If your organization meets these requirements, you may apply for a grant or product donation by submitting a completed application.
- Non-profit organization
- Organizations supporting women of all ages
- Single year/event donation
- Completed applications only
- Grant Application (91 kB) (please open this link in new window)
- Product Donation Application (91 kB) (please open this link in new window)
We are proud to sponsor the following organizations:
Breast Friendsis a local breast cancer support group in Windsor, Colorado. It was founded by three women who were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003 in their 30’s. As can happen in a small town, these three women found one another through friendship connections. Knowing how emotionally and physically challenging hearing one has breast cancer and the following treatment can be, they became committed to provide a safe and supporting haven for others in Windsor traveling that journey. It is a difficult journey and one that women do not have to travel alone.Since they founded Breast Friends, membership has grown to over 45 current and past women. Almost every month, we see new faces at our meetings. We continue to grow, reaching out to more women with breast cancer. Breast Friends is a very unique chartable organization. Everyone who ‘works’ for Breast Friends, donates their time; therefore, 100% of the proceeds from events and donations are used to provide services and support to Windsor women.
http://bfcancersupportgroup.org (please open this link in new window)
Gift for Lifethe gift and home decor industry’s volunteer group raising funds AIDS assistance and research, was founded in 1992. Since then, Gift for Life has raised nearly $4 million through special events, cause-related marketing, promotions, and from corporate and individual donations.
http://www.diffa.org (please open this link in new window)
Catch-A-Dreamgrants once-in-a-lifetime outdoor experiences to children 18 years old or younger who have a life-threatening illness. On each trip, the children and the family members who accompany them, are surrounded by outdoors-minded people who understand that these children are often “…sick and tired of being sick and tired!” A designated Catch-A-Dream host accompanies each family and, together with outfitters and local volunteers, facilitate their dream experience, love and nurture them through the strong personal relationships that inevitably are forged in the lodge, on the stream or in the woods. Hosts and volunteers often become their best friends, and remain a part of their families long after the dream trip has concluded. As one volunteer eloquently stated, “We can’t change the whole world; but we can change someone’s whole world for at least a short period!” Many parents have confirmed that the mission is consistently accomplished!.
http://catchadream.org (please open this link in new window)
The Glass Slipper ProjectHow to make room in your closet and make prom dreams come true… Here’s your chance to help a Chicago high school student be the “Belle of the Ball” at her high school prom. The Glass Slipper Project collects new and almost-new formal dresses and accessories and provides them, free of charge, to Chicago high school students who are unable to purchase their own prom attire. We distribute the dresses at Glass Slipper “boutiques”, where each student receives individual assistance from a volunteer “personal shopper” as she shops for the dress of her dreams. To date, we’ve helped more than 10,000 young women attend their proms in style!.
http://glassslipperproject.org (please open this link in new window)
The Ounce of Prevention Fund of FloridaThe Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida is a private, nonprofit corporation whose mission is to identify, fund, support and evaluate innovative prevention and early intervention programs that improve the health, education and life outcomes of Florida's at-risk children and families.
Relay for Life
One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life® is a life-changing event that brings together more than 3.5 million people across the country each year to celebrate the lives of those who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that takes too much.
This year marks the beginning of our celebration of 25 years of Relay For Life®. Sign up or donate today and join us to mark this milestone and the successes we've achieved together during the last 25 years.
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=14616 (please open this link in new window)
Keeping Dreams Alive
The Realities For Children's Keeping Dreams Alive program encourages abused children in the social services system to pursue their dreams – providing an invitation and opportunity to dream fearlessly and inspire all children – especially those who have endured the betrayal and atrocities of childhood abuse, to keep their dreams alive and ultimately become triumphant over their abusive pasts.
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." - Eleanor Roosevelt
http://realitiesforchildren.com/dreams/ (please open this link in new window)
Girl Scouts of ColoradoCreating opportunities girls want and experiences that change lives. Today’s Girl Scouts are tomorrow’s leaders. With nearly 100 years of experience in building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place, we know how to combine research-based lessons with a “can’t-wait-to-do-it” appeal for girls. No matter what path a girl chooses in Girl Scouts, she will find real world skills that last a lifetime. When you meet a Girl Scout, you meet a girl who is growing as a decision maker, team player, friend and global citizen. Girl Scouts of Colorado serves 33,000 girls and 10,000 adult volunteers in a statewide council that reaches every county in Colorado.
http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org (please open this link in new window)
Pink Kick-Starter ProjectThe Pink Kick-Starter Project is dedicated to providing Pink Kick-Starter kits to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. "Pack wisely...even for unknown territory" is their motto, and their mission is to raise awareness and funding to provide Pink Kick-Starter Kits to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. The Pink Kick-Starter Project is a registered program of Bikers Battling Breast Cancer, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
http://www.PinkKickStarter.org (please open this link in new window)