Congratulations to the June 2018 BHP Partnership Awards winners!
The BHP Partnership Award is given to recognize the important work being done by individuals, residents, businesses, nonprofits and governmental agencies for their support of BHP and its mission.
At the June 13, 2018 Board of Commissioners Meeting, we thanked these partners for going above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of BHP residents and the Boulder community.
Non-Profit Partner: Boulder Public Library – Book Rich Environments Initiative
The Book Rich Environments Initiative provided us with 889 books, which were distributed among four communities: Kalmia, Diagonal Court, Madison, and Manhattan. At each community, we hosted events in response to the BRE Initiative, with themes including summer learning, family engagement in literacy activities, encouraging a love for reading and preparing for success at the next grade level. Thanks to their valuable partnership, at each event we were able to provide entertainment, food, resources with other organizations, and book giveaways.
Receiving Award: Anne Ledford, Neil Mosser, & Aspen Walker | Presented by: Ingrid Castro-Campos
Non-Profit Partner: Harvest of Hope, Pop-Up Pantry
Harvest of Hope has been a partner with BHP for many years, and previously received this award in October 2015. Their organization is now providing a new offering to our residents; the ‘Pop-up Pantry’, which brings pantry items directly to BHP communities that serve residents who have mobility restrictions. Residents who were previously unaware of the pantry are now able to experience it in their own neighborhood. Communities that are homes to residents with limited mobility, such as Northport and Walnut Place, currently receive on-site deliveries twice a month. We are pleased to honor this new initiative, the ‘Pop-Up Pantry’, and look forward to its growth.
Receiving Award: Riley Bright | Presented by: Mary Green
Non-Profit Partner: Senior Services, Human Services Department, with the City of Boulder
Senior residents of BHP communities have greatly benefitted from the many diverse services that your organization offers. Some of the services enjoyed by BHP residents include, social, cultural, educational, and wellness programs. During the past three years, 24 seniors have received free eye exams and glasses, while others have enjoyed meals at the Café Classico, and participated in numerous classes and trips.
Receiving Award: Jay Allen, Eden Mayne & Jacki Myers | Presented by: Sally Miller
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