At Plumbline, stewardship is actually an action word. We believe we have a responsibility to take care of and give back to the community that has given us so much, and we have identified a number of organizations in the greater Denver area where we target our continued support. One of the most important factors in choosing each of these worthy causes is that a member of the Plumbline team or their family has been directly impacted by or benefitted from one of them.
Below are a few of the organizations Plumbline Services is passionate about supporting. If you're interested in having Plumbline Services
consider your organization for sponsorship, please contact us here.
Every year, Plumbline recognizes five extraordinary high school students from our community who might otherwise go unnoticed with $1,000. Recipients of the Extraordinary Treasures award have been nominated by people in their lives who see the way they lead by example, inspire others to be great, have overcome challenges, and serve others. There are no requirements for GPA or career choice.
Click here to nominate a student for 2022
There are so many throughout our community who struggle but focus on serving others. A Christmas on Us was developed to award families and individuals during the holiday season who may face their own challenges but still help others. We partner with our local radio partners to deliver this wonderful program. The recipients are nominated by others who want to recognize their good service.
When the rest of us run away from danger, our first responders run toward it. Plumbline is grateful for the brave and seemingly tireless frontline personnel like police, fire, paramedics, and others, so we partnered with KDVR and Support the Shield. Several organizations are supported by Support the Shield, including: Shield 616, focusing on providing every first responder with advanced active shooter and crowd control gear; Denver Metro Crime Stoppers, rewarding citizens for giving police anonymous tips to solve crimes; and COPS, helping families and individuals cope after line-of-duty deaths.
Plumbline honors our veterans and their families by co-sponsoring this on-going series on KDVR News that recognizes former military personnel who continue to serve by going above and beyond in our community. It is our privilege to also make sure wreaths are laid every Memorial Day on the graves of fallen soldiers at Ft. Logan Cemetery.
Homelessness is a fact of life for so many of our neighbors, and the Denver Rescue Mission works tirelessly to provide services to help move individuals and families into more secure futures. The Mission offers emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs, and community outreach, and Plumbline is fortunate to partner with this boots-on-the-ground organization so vital to our community.
Members of the Plumbline family have been directly impacted by one or both of these types of cancer, and we are happy to support the organization in its fight to cure cancer with groundbreaking research and pioneering many of today’s most innovative approaches. Our Plumbline team is always ready to walk, run, or serve in Society events.
Every year, Plumbline team members and their families lace up their shoes and participate in the Walk to Defeat ALS, also known at Lou Gehrig’s disease. In addition to researching treatments and a cure for this progressive, neurodegenerative disorder, the ALS Association serves, advocates for, and empowers individuals affected by ALS.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP): Suicide has painful ripple effects through families, circles of friends, and the community. Some Plumbline family members have experience coping with the aftermath of suicide, and we are honored to support the annual Walk Out of Darkness for AFSP. Funds raised during the walk help AFSP reach anyone who has lost someone to suicide and to provide a path toward the light for those at risk for suicide.