For the last 21 years, Belay Enterprises and Bud's Warehouse have been serving the Denver community by creating transformational jobs for people rebuilding lives from addiction, homelessness and prison. This beautiful video created by Timothy Euken, a friend of Belay, shows how jobs change lives at Bud's Warehouse:
Jobs Change Lives at Bud's Warehouse and Belay Enterprises from Belay Enterprises on Vimeo.
With the end of the year approaching, would you consider making a tax deductible donation to Belay Enterprises as we seek to raise $100,000 as we have to move our warehouse in a challenging real estate market? Learn more about our necessary move because of the I-70 redevelopment here.
All contributions are eligible for an additional state enterprise zone credit, the final year we are able to offer this special Colorado state tax benefit. There are two ways to contribute:
Donate Securely On-line:
Visit here to make a gift.
Or mail your gift postmarked by December 31:
4455 E. 46th Ave.
Denver, CO 80216
Merry Christmas from all of us at Belay Enterprises!
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