Due to the horrific effects Hurricane Laura had on the Lake Charles area, more than a dozen Boral employees and their families were directly impacted.
The disaster relief effort has been pulled together to support them and make sure safety is the #1 goal.
Moving Foreward is an association that provides education, assistance, and motivation to people with disabilities and professionals who work with people with disabilities. Its mission is to empower persons with disabilities through the game of golf. We provide promotional and program development support services for their seminars, golf clinics, and speaking engagements. Visit their site at https://movingforeward.org/.
Citizens for Recyclging First (CRF) was founded in 2009 to educate the public about coal ash and promote its reclamation and beneficial use as a safe and environmentally preferable alternative to disposal. Since then, our mission has expanded to provide information about, and encourage the recycling of, other commercial, industrial, and consumer materials and products.
CRF supports the reduction, reuse, and recycling of products and materials including but not limited to:
Renewable Technology Devices:
John Ward Inc. supports FOCO Strong, a small business relief project in Fort Collins, Colorado. Launched by local apparel and clothing shop Sport About, FOCO Strong sells T-shirts promoting local pride and community, with proceeds donated to a Fort Collins business of your choice.
Keep Colorado Strong is a non-profit helping small businesses in the state survive the impacts of COVID-19. Through our marketing campaign, "Unleash the Power of the Hashtag," we help educate small businesses to use free and inexpensive ways to market their business products and services. If your business can provide a service or good while observing social distancing guidelines, market it with a hashtag (e.g., #KeepDenverStrong) so that it can be found, and patronized, by local consumers on social media.
With decades of experience in the education and mining industries, Mindy Watson-Ward was a dynamic personality and inspiring communicator. Cancer took her from us too soon at the age of 54. We honor her memory by continuing support for two of her favorite community organizations—TRU Community Care hospice and Colorado Cowboys Youth Organization—while continually adding new endeavors that reflect her lifelong commitment to giving back.
Mindy served on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Cowboys Youth Organization. Much more than a sports league, the Colorado Cowboys give back to the Denver community in many ways—supporting homeless programs, volunteering at shelters for victims of domestic abuse, and supplying backpacks and clothes to children who need them for back to school. Fully qualified as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, it is a group that was close to Mindy’s heart.
This year the Colorado Cowboys have added cancer awareness to the causes they will support and will dedicate their football season in Mindy’s memory. All teams will wear uniforms marked with a pink cancer awareness ribbon and a “Ward Strong” slogan. Contributions to support the new uniforms can be made on the Colorado Cowboys website at www.colocowboysyouth.com.
We will continue to miss her terribly, of course. But thank you, Colorado Cowboys, for the living reminder of the vibrant life and profound love that was Mindy Watson-Ward.
TRU Community Care is a Colorado non-profit organization that provided loving hospice care for Mindy and her father and grief counseling to their families. Many of TRU’s services are provided at no cost as professionals and volunteers work to ensure that everyone in the communities it serves can live with advanced illness as comfortably, confidently, and fully as possible. For more information visit https://www.trucare.org/