Turner's Denver office partners with and supports a variety of local causes and organizations including:

The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women, their children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty or homelessness. TGP provides programming and services to an average of 270 people every day.

Carpenter's Cupboard 
Carpenter's Cupboard is a volunteer-based ministry that offers food for the homeless; feeding 1,200 - 5,000 families monthly. At Turner's holiday party, employees collected more than 140 food items for the food bank. Additionally, on March 10th, a group of Turner employees gathered to assist Carpenter's Cupboard unload food trucks, clean food storage areas and sort through donated food.

Town of Superior and Keep it Clean Partnership 
The Town of Superior together with the Keep It Clean Partnership (KICP) hosted a clean-up day at Rock Creek and Community Park. KICP is a group of Boulder County communities, including Superior, dedicated to protecting water quality and reducing stormwater pollution. In May, 14 Turner employees and their families spent half a day cleaning up trash in and surrounding the park's creek.

Dry Bones Denver 
Dry Bones is a Denver organization that seeks to fill relational needs for young adults living on the streets as an avenue for meeting other needs such as housing, employment, training and reconciliation. During the Spring quarterly meeting, Turner employees donated more than $250 in gift cards to Dry Bones. These gift cards are used to take Dry Bones individuals out to lunch or coffee, help with a time of need and also give away as birthday presents. 

MS Society  
The Turner Denver office has been a long time supporter of the MS Society, and this year is no different. On June 28th the Turner MS Bike Team, comprised of 19 members, will participate in the Bike MS ride in Fort Collins with a goal of raising $5,000 for the MS Society. The bike team has been riding together on a weekly basis to prepare for this monumental event which raises essential funds for Multiple Sclerosis research.

Wounded Warrior
The Wounded Warrior Project is an organization that was setup to help our returning service members that are suffering from both physical and mental health issues. Their main goal is to provide aid and empowerment to those veterans through unique and direct programs that meet each one of their needs.


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