Customer Spotlight: Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado 

Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado (BHGH) exists to inspire, empower, and nurture youth towards success. The organization has used Instant Imprints South Metro during the last couple of years to help with them with the signage and printed materials for their annual golf tournament. 

BHGH is a non-profit national program with a local chapter based in Denver, CO. The program offers residential and non-residential assistance to help youth who are dealing with certain life challenges realize their full academic, scholastic and career potential. Children who enter the Residential Program generally enter the program between the ages of 10 and 14 and live in our homes through high school graduation. Placement in our residential homes is voluntary on the part of the child and his or her parent(s) or guardian, and the program facilitates regular contacts and counseling where appropriate with the child's family. The Residential and Non-Residential program includes tutoring, mentoring, leadership developing, college prep guidance and support, and scholarship and financial aid procurement. Residential program participants are provided all living support necessities. The Non-Residential program is run in cooperation with Aurora Central High School where approximately 40 students avail themselves of the service offered by Boys Hope Girls Hope.

The Denver Post recently published a story on Andy Guerrero, a 17 year old who recently graduated high school and plans on attending Mesa University. Andy credited Boys Hope Girls Hope for being a physical and emotional backbone for him.

Read the full Denver Post article here.

Thank you Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado for empowering the youth!

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