Supporting Mental Health Wellness

Giving a Hand-Up to Our Neighbors in Need

All of us at Citywide Banks live and work in the Front Range. This is our community too, and we are passionate about seeing it thrive. More than 50 years after we opened our first branch on Colfax, some things have not changed, like our steadfast commitment to helping Colorado move forward. Whether it's responding to a crisis, funding a local cause, volunteering our time, or discovering another way to impact the needs of the local community, Citywide Banks regularly supports hundreds of Colorado charities each year.

Supporting Mental Health Wellness

Other Local Nonprofit Support

Charity Hand-Up Contests

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Supporting Mental Health Wellness in Colorado

During 2017, Citywide Banks is continuing our bank's long tradition of supporting the vital work being done by the behavioral healthcare providers across Colorado.

  • 2017 Diamond Partner with Mental Health Colorado (formerly Mental Health America of Colorado) to help fund counseling, Mental Health First Aid, and other programs
  • Sponsor of multiple events for Aurora Mental Health Center; Helped raise $30,000 for AMHC programs;
  • 2017 Collaborative Partner with the Mental Health Center of Denver
  • Sponsor for multiple events AllHealth Network (formerly Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network)
  • Event sponsor for the Kempe Foundation
  • Sponsor and participant in multiple events for Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners
  • Sponsor for Legacy Fund for Mental Health with Littleton Public Schools Foundation ; Helped raise more than $75,000 for mental health programs in schools;
  • Annual partner of Denver Health Foundation Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Health Endowment
  • Community partner for Mile High Behavioral Healthcare ; Helped grow community garden in Denver;
  • Sponsor of multiple events for Asian Pacific Development Center
  • Employee team sponsor for National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI Walks Colorado event
  • Aurora Central High School Sponsor and participant for Fire Within, an innovative student managed, suicide-prevention awareness program coordinated through Carson Spencer Foundation
  • Volunteer board positions at Aurora Mental Health Center, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Mental Health Colorado, AllHealth Network, Mile High Behavioral Healthcare, Colorado Mental Wellness Network, and Denver Health Foundation

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