Become a Sponsor

Become A Partner Or Sponsor Of Concrete Couch

We partner with many businesses and organizations that help us accomplish our resource goals and assist us completing projects economically without sacrificing quality or professionalism. The partners vary by project, but we have a large support network and we are very grateful for all of them.

THANKS to our business partners: Trans-Colorado Concrete, Capco, The Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Transit Mix, Murphy Constructors of Colorado Springs, Charlie Paterson Construction, Colorado Industrial Recycling, Hell’s Kitchen Pizza, Adams Mountain Cafe, The Home Depot, and many others!

THANKS to our foundation and business sponsors: Joseph Henry Edmondson Foundation, El Pomar Foundation, Alpenglow Foundation, Hilsdale Fund, Quail Roost Foundation, Concept Fund of The Denver Foundation, Bee Vrandenburg Foundation, Andrade-Faxon Charities for Children, and the CALM Foundation,

Sponsorship Program
Participate in our Sponsorship Program. It is a great way to help us accomplish our mission while showing our community that you or your organization cares.

Green, green, green. Did we mention that we’re green? We do our best to repurpose, recycle and reuse whatever we can for a project. From lumber and textiles to yogurt tubs and power tools, we accept donations of all sorts  of art supplies and construction material that we can use in projects and our programs. We’re accepting donations right now. What have you got?

What participants say

“This is why CC is so incredible: it allows people to learn skills and then use them in real life. CC has opened doors for me that I didn’t know existed. It is because of CC that I have become a more confident person. I believe that with some time and practice, I could be very good at anything I set my mind to”
Emily Given, CC volunteer

“I am writing to express my deepest appreciation for your assistance with the…“Playgrounds are safe grounds” project …The enclosed pictures cannot convey what a great experience the kids had during the week of construction. They were able to design public art and be intimately involved in its creation. They negotiated ideas, worked together to implement them, and also helped each other resolve conflict.”
Carlos Acosta, President of the McHenry County Latino Coalition, Woodstock, ILL.

“The children were very excited to make their puppets and to share their stories. It was a valuable experience for all of the children and rated at the top of their list for “favorite” activities.”
Deb K., Pikes Peak Hospice

“I enjoyed working on the project with your group.  The group leaders…were all very impressive and outstanding.  I marvelled in their ability to work with so many different personalities at the same time keeping a steady pace on the wall mural.  Again, impressive.”
Kendall Merrill, community mural participant

“Dear Concrete Couch, thank you for doing the Lantern Parade. I loved making my lantern then parading around Manitou. The best part was the party at the end and dancing with my friends…”
Lizzy Butts, 3rd grader

“Concrete Couch has been a little economic engine out of proportion with our budget.  And along the way participants find connection, knowledge, opportunity and friendship. We are super proud of what we have created.”
Steve Wood, CC Founder

“I have been working with Concrete Couch for half of my life. They came to my high school art class looking for recruits to do an installation in town. It was a huge success. It gave me a great sense of accomplishment and taught me a lot about working with any materials we can find. From used cardboard to duct tape to other scraps. The mural and sculpture programs taught me how to fabricate custom tiles, frame wood, mix concrete, cut glass, and fashion found objects into art, now seen all over the state. I would recommend this program to everyone. The classes are very educational and if you are lucky you can even get a few free slices of pizza! I’m 34 now and still use techniques CC taught me when I was 14. ”
Anthony Trujillo, participant