Strength in Community

Our commitment to community is what sets us apart and makes us stronger.

We believe a strong community benefits us all. That’s why we are committed to developing deep ties to our community and doing our part to help it thrive. It’s this commitment that’s at the heart of all we do.

This means nurturing our ever-growing network of clients, legal partners, and business services, as well as taking an active role in local non-profits and other high-impact organizations.

Passionate about preserving our future, we support a variety of causes. These include promoting and supporting sustainable agriculture; educating youth for tomorrow’s challenges; and supporting financial institutions that are mindful of the way they grow and invest.

These are just a few things we believe in. If you’d like to learn more about our community involvement or join us in our efforts, please reach out.

As they say on my own Cape Cod, a rising tide lifts all the boats.

Community Partners

1% for the Planet brings together dollars and doers to accelerate smart environmental giving. They connect businesses with high-impact non-profit partners that align with the businesses’ values and add to their brand story. Members of 1% for the Planet pledge to give 1% of revenue each year to environmental causes.
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Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
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A Growing Culture is a non-profit based in Asheville, NC, whose mission is to advance a culture of farmer autonomy and agroecological innovation. They envision a sustainable food system inclusive of farmers and healthy for the environment.
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Black Farmers Legal Fund, an affiliate of the non-profit A Growing Culture, provides pro bono legal services to entities which are majority-owned by BIPOC individuals who are financially unable to pay for legal representation.
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Established in 1985, Denver Urban Gardens (DUG) supports Denver residents in creating sustainable, food-producing neighborhood community gardens. Their network of more than 180 community gardens spans six Denver metro counties and includes 70 school-based community gardens.
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Sharing Connexion exists to provide real estate resources, solutions, and support to non-profits and affordable housing organizations.
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Burning Through Pages is a non-profit dedicated to the advocacy of reading and writing for Denver’s city’s youth. The mission of Burning Through Pages is to provide literature, resources, and time to youth organizations in an effort to foster communities of great readers and inspired thinkers.
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RMIAN works to ensure justice for adults in immigration detention and for immigrant children who have suffered from abuse, neglect, or violence. RMIAN promotes knowledge of legal rights, provides effective representation to ensure due process, works to improve detention conditions, and promotes a more humane immigration system, including alternatives to detention.
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Urban Peak serves youth experiencing homelessness in the Denver metropolitan area. They ignite the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives.
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Administered by Mi Casa Resource Center, ProBoPat seeks to connect low-income inventors in CO, MT, NM, UT, and WY with patent practitioners for patent preparation and prosecution legal services on a pro bono basis as well as to provide access to general business consulting, training, and other resources for bringing new ideas to market.
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Gold Crown Foundation is a Colorado nonprofit offering sports and education programs—including basketball, volleyball, golf, and STEM—to more than 18,000 youth annually. With a focus on affordability and low-income support, the foundation gives back $830,000 annually to the community and participants through various programming.
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The mission of The Sakura Foundation is to sustain the Tri-State/Denver Buddhist Temple and celebrate Japanese and Japanese American heritage, culture, and community.
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Colorado Common Cause strengthens democracy in Colorado. They promote public participation in government and defend civil rights by protecting the right to vote, and they advocate for increased transparency and ethics in government.
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Good Trouble For Kids is an arts initiative and educational program intended to guide parents and educators in culturally relevant discussions on racial and social justice. Their goal is to support kids and families by furthering the conversation on race in America through story, literature, visual and performance art.
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