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ReadyTalk Sponsors 4th Annual Colorado Coalition for the Homeless 5k

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This year marks ReadyTalk's 3rd year of sponsorship for Colorado Coalition for the Homeless 5k.  The mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado. This awesome Denver organization hosts a family-, pet-, and costume-friendly 5k race in Denver's City Park.

The race was a huge success with unseasonably warm weather and over 800 racers and volunteers coming together to support the singular cause of ending homelessness. The race also raised more than $46,000 for programs at the Coalition. It's a great feeling as an employee of ReadyTalk to know your company truly cares about the local community and causes which are important to their employees. Thanks ReadyTalk for another year of sponsorship and partnering with Colorado Coalition for the Homeless to help end homelessness in Denver! 

For more information, pictures, and the results of this years 5k check out the website.

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Pictured from left to right ReadyTalk employees Paul Carollo, Amorette Harrison, Michelle Nikolayevsky, and Jordan Hilgers. 


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