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"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give."
Winston S. Churchill
When you choose The Good Place, we will give 5% of every service to charity. We want to give back, and simply by taking care of yourself, you will also be taking care of others. Doesn't that feel good?
We simply want to say "Thank you" for choosing The Good Place for your health and wellness. Check out our charity partners below!
First Page: A New Chapter for Veterans and Kids is a non-profit organization that brings two resilient populations together to transform the lives of each other and impact their communities. First Page was inspired by disabled female veteran, Amanda Tallman, who lost focus and purpose after being medically retired from the Army. She became a foster parent hoping to help kids, but she quickly learned that the kids in her home had much to teach her through their own stories.
At First Page, every story matters. The name First Page was developed after Amanda’s team leader and dear friend from deployment lost his life to suicide. When a another friend said, "A person's life isn't defined by their last page,” Amanda knew she wanted to honor her friend's memory and the many others who daily face severe challenges. Please join us as we partner with veterans and kids across the Colorado Springs area through various activities that will strengthen and support them as they turn the page on their past and begin writing a new chapter of their lives.
Silver Key is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Pikes Peak region the best community in the nation to age. For over 50 years, Silver Key has supported a healthy quality of life for seniors, allowing them to age safely with dignity and independence. Silver Key has grown to offer a wide variety of services to the local senior population—services strategically aimed at allowing older adults to age how they choose, and on their terms. At Silver Key, we believe that “Aging is…All of Us!”, meaning that no matter what background we come from, aging is the one true universal experience. If that’s the case, shouldn’t it be an enjoyable experience?