Thank you so much for these businesses who have supported Colorado Conservatory of Dance through generous grants.
Please visit Boulder Body Wear at 2850 Arapahoe Rd #104, Lafayette, CO 80026. Boulder Body Wear has been an integral part of the Boulder County community since 1987. We continue to service three distinct markets: dancewear, lifestyle/activewear and fashion. These three lines are carefully selected to meet the needs of our loyal customers, who range in ages, interests and fitness levels, but who want to shop locally, while feeling and looking great.
The Broomfield Community Foundation's purpose is to accept contributions and provide support through grants to non-profit groups that help Broomfield. Their mission is to inspire our community to connect people with causes that meet the needs of neighbors through caring, compassion and charitable giving
Colorado Creates is Colorado Creative Industries' largest grant program. This award provides financial support to help nonprofit arts organizations and communities produce arts and cultural activities, bringing jobs to their communities and enhancing the quality of life.
Peyton and Ashley Manning established the PeyBack Foundation in 1999 to promote the future success of disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide leadership and growth opportunities for children at risk. The Foundation has become a consistent and viable contributor in Colorado, Indiana, Tennessee, Louisiana and beyond providing more than $13 million in grants and programs since its inception.
Sill-TerHar has been in business for over 45 years and we have been located in Broomfield since the beginning. The dealership was opened by Hugo Sill and Jack TerHar, Sr. in 1960 when Highway 287 was a two-lane dirt road, and 120th was the major throughway to Denver. Sill-TerHar has been in business for over 45 years. Today, Sill-TerHar Motors now covers 2 acres, with 4 buildings and 6 showrooms located at 150 Alter St in Broomfield.