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.

Learn the benefits of becoming a campaign partner

Griffith Centers for Children Chins Up


Strengthening Colorado Communities One Family at a Time. To provide at-risk children and their families with the environment and opportunities to become educated, healthy, productive and participating members of society.

Opportunities to get involved:

Become a foster parent. Adopt a child or teen.

At the Griffith Centers for Children, Chins Up – Foster Care & Adoption Child Placement Agency (CPA), we are looking for caring and dedicated people who love spending time enriching the lives of children, giving back to their community, and are ready to be the change they wish to see in the world. Learn more.


Our Volunteers are one of our most valuable assets at Griffith Centers for Children, Chins Up. Each year, more than 300 caring individuals donate their time preparing holiday meals, collecting presents, knitting hats and gloves, painting, landscaping, providing leadership to our Peak Challenge teams, and helping out at our annual golf tournament and Griffith’s Kitchen events. Learn more.


Griffith Centers for Children Chins Up Website

Colorado Springs:
3055 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Unit C
Colorado Springs CO 80918

1724 Gilpin Street 
Denver CO 80218
303-237-6865 ext.123


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.