Giving Back

We know we're lucky to live and work in Douglas County. We're grateful for the quality of life and the business opportunities we enjoy here. So, we've committed to giving back to our community by supporting Highlands Ranch, Backcountry Conservation and Education Fund, partnering with Douglas County School District's Career and Technical Education program, and  providing volunteer handyman services to Douglas County's aging residents through Neighbor Network.

 

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Backcountry Conservation and Education Fund

Goodgift is a proud financial backer of the Backcountry Conservation and Education Fund. We are also the Presenting Sponsor for The Big Help, on May 12th. This is the year’s biggest volunteer event, where the community comes together to work on more than 20 miles of natural surface trails in the Backcountry Wilderness Area. At Goodgift, we are passionate about backcountry recreation and we are committed to supporting backcountry conservation and education.  

 

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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

In Colorado, there's a pressing need to train and develop the next generation of skilled construction trade professionals. Goodgift has partnered with Douglas County School District's CTE program to educate students about skilled trade careers in the construction industry. We offer both paid internship and summer work programs for students who want to gain practical experience in construction and learn more about the skilled trades. 

 

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Neighbor Network

Neighbor Network is the aging population resource center for all of Douglas County. Neighbor Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources and direct services that allow seniors to remain in their homes for as long as safely possible. We work with Neighbor Network to deliver volunteer handyman services to Douglas County seniors in need.