Our Valued Campaign Partners

The entire community plays a role in the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Our partnerships strengthen everyone’s ability to speak with one voice and achieve a shared mission to protect kids in Colorado. No organization is too small, or too big, to discover the unique ways in which they can be involved. We need help from all 501c3 organizations, government agencies, schools, businesses and community groups to end child abuse and neglect. 

Get involved, make a difference. Meet and connect with our campaign partners. Does your organization share our important mission? Join the Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Awareness Campaign today.

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Colorado Kids Belong

Colorado Kids Belong


Colorado Kids Belong recruits foster and adoptive families for children in the foster care system. Our qualified staff is made up of trained recruiters, social workers, foster parents, and adoptive parents who are passionate about Colorado's kids. By collaborating with the faith-based community, businesses, and public venues we bring awareness of the need for loving homes for the children of Colorado.


-Become a Foster or Foster-Adoptive parent. 
-Wrap Around Foster and Adoptive families to provide support. Provide practical support for families involved with foster care and/or adoption.
-I Belong Project - Professional photographers and videographers and other creative professionals can volunteer to make a difference for Colorado children and youth.
-Dream Makers Project - You can make dreams happen for youth aging out of foster care. Dream Makers can be individuals, groups, or businesses. Go to DreamMakersProject.org.
-Become a Corporate Sponsor - Your business can partner with us to make a difference for children and youth in foster care and youth aging out.

Get involved today at:

Colorado Kids Belong Website

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If not you, then who?
Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
Available 24 hours a day, every day. Don't hesitate to call and get help. 
Anyone witnessing a child in a life-threatening situation should call 911 immediately.