Brady Shines awards grant to support SKSF’s Zach’s Place program for children with disabilties

By Published On: March 26, 2019

March 26 2019: Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) received a ,000 grant from Brady, a full-time janitorial supply, equipment and food service distributor, to assist Zach’s Place child and respite care program supporting children with disabilities and special needs. Brady has a long and philanthropic history and their charitable giving campaign “Brady Shines” was developed as a part of their 70th Anniversary celebration in which Brady awards numerous grants supporting education and youth based organizations. During this cycle of grants, awards were given to organizations focused on children with disabilities with an added theme of “Supporting the Disabled”. SKSF was one of eleven award winners chosen. “The Brady Shines selection committee had the unenviable role of selecting amongst more than 80 wonderful programs all over the country,” said Travis Brady, President and CEO. “Brady Shines is proud to support Special Kids Special Families. Thank you for the tremendous work you do for our communities.”

Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) is a Colorado nonprofit 501c3 organization whose mission is to promote, strengthen and support individuals with disabilities and their families. Since 1998, SKSF provides respite and specialized care for children and adults with disabilities and special needs. Various programs offer community support services to families and are designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities throughout their lifespan.


Steve Nesselhuf, Sales Manager at  Brady Industries  in Denver, visited Zach’s Place where staff, clients and board members thanked him for the “Brady Shines” $2,000 grant to support the program. Thank you cards were made by the kiddos to present to the Brady team! Thanks for your support!

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