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September 26, 2018 27 min
Warriors First will host The Warrior Ranch Festival and Veteran Resource Fair. The organization aims to help veterans transition out of the service who may be dealing with PTSD, addiction and more. Details: https://warriors1st.org/   Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado wants to build a collaboration of organizations and individuals to reduce human suffering caused by human trafficking, through advocacy, awareness, rehabilitation, and services for survivors. Details: http://ht-colorado.org/   Koats 4 Kids chooses a new low- income school each year to provide every child in the school a brand new warm winter coat. Each year our event brings in around 500 coats and winter items. This year they will be collecting coats for D-2 Monterey Elementary and will be partnering with the Academy for Advanced and Creative Learning (a community resource
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