December 3, 2018: According to Brian Cooper, Owner and President of Unified Title, a good company is one that “… must give back to, and never lose sight of, the communities in which it operates”. In demonstrating this core value, they’ve presented a check for $20,000 to Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) supporting Zach’s Place program for children with disabilities and special needs. Once again this past year, Unified Title Company and their supporters hosted their Annual Golf Tournament with proceeds raised donated to SKSF’s Zach’s Place program. Special Kids Special Families thanked the group by throwing a special appreciation party in their honor at SKSF’s new administration office facility on Aerotech Drive. “The contribution and support they’ve given our organization over the years is incredible,” states SKSF Executive Director, Linda Ellegard. The donation will help support lower income families with valuable respite and childcare at the Zach’s Place center. “Families really need a break when they care for a child with disabilities, which at times is a 24/7 job”, says Linda, “many families can’t afford care and this donation will help those families find relief.”
Zach’s Place at the Laurie Hillyard Family Center is a program of Special Kids Special Families providing 24/7 respite and childcare for children ages 2.5-21. It is one of only two licensed childcare facilities in the state of Colorado that provides specialized care for children with disabilities and special needs.
For more information visit www.SKSFcolorado.org.