We couldn’t have gotten this far without our partners. By providing support for our mission, your organization becomes a critical component of Robbie’s Hope Foundation.
Champions of Hope
Champions of Hope partnerships consist of tiered opportunities to fit an organizations comfort level. No matter the level, these organizations help us continue to operate and are vital to our success.
Your donations are helping to develop programming and materials for teen-lead HOPEgroups, a place for teens to come together and talk openly about struggles with depression and anxiety.
Founding partners were there in the begining. They helped and continue to support our mission.
Cultivator is a Denver-based advertising and design agency focused on crafting iconic brands for organizations in a variety of industries. From brand strategy and identity support to digital solutions, ad campaigns and packaging design, Cultivator has been connecting iconic companies across the country with their customers in engaging ways for nearly two decades. Cultivator has supported Robbie’s Hope through website design and development and crafting compelling messaging that helps us rally others to join our fight.
Leprino Foods, founded in Denver in 1950, has grown to be the world’s largest maker of mozzarella cheese and leading producer of whey protein, lactose and other dairy ingredients. Still family-owned to this day, they remain committed to the same core values that secured their position as a dairy industry pioneer. Leprino has supported Robbie’s Hope in many ways, including employee volunteerism, financial support, and through a diverse network of generous individuals who are lending their expertise to help us change the story surrounding mental health.
Tierney Lawrence, LLC is a law firm with a tradition of excellence working with clients ranging from businesses and nonprofits to trade associations, governmental agencies, public interest and advocacy groups, educational institutions, and more. They are an invaluable partner of Robbie’s Hope Foundation, helping us navigate the often complex rules and practices associated with a 501(c)(3).
TK3 Designs, owned and operated by Tanya Kahl, Robbie’s Aunt, is a one-stop shop for decorated apparel and custom handbags. They’ve been a supporter of Robbie’s Hope since day one as our partner for all apparel and promotional products. By providing goods at cost, they enable Robbie’s Hope to offer low-cost promotional products to help us continue spreading our message.
Organizations that we have aligned with that share our purpose.
Children’s Hospital Colorado understands mental health is a crucial component of a child’s well being, impacting them throughout their lifetime across all developmental stages including school performance and health outcomes. Children’s Hospital Colorado proactively addresses teen mental health through increased education, promotion of healthy social-emotional development, and increased access to mental health services.
Robbie’s Hope is a proud partner of Children’s Hospital Colorado as they advance research, treatment and wrap-around services for teens and their families.
Second Wind Fund believes that every child and youth at risk of suicide should have access to the mental health treatment they need, matching children and youth at risk for suicide with licensed therapists in their communities. If a financial or social barrier to treatment exists, they pay for up to 12 sessions of therapy from one of our specialized network providers. www.thesecondwindfund.org
Robbie’s Hope is committed to supporting local resources specializing in targeted, efficient, effective treatment for teens.
Founded by a 13-year-old teen, 212 west is changing the world one word at a time, making customizable pendants and jewelry that allow wearers to share their emotions and feelings without opening even opening their mouth. More than just words on a pendant, 212west is a style that moves with your life.
Robbie’s Hope partners with 212 west to deliver inspiring jewelry with a focus on destimatizing depression and anxiety, one word at a time.