Nonprofit Roundup: September 2017

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The 2017 Southern Colorado Conservation Awards will be hosted by Palmer Land Trust in Colorado Springs on September 27th. These awards honor the significant achievements of individuals and organizations that, through their conservation efforts, advance the well-being of southern Colorado’s communities, people, ecologies, and economies. Join Palmer Land Trust and other Southern Colorado individuals and organizations who understand that successful conservation involves more than just resource protection; it involves a wide variety of champions across political, educational, business, research, and land management spectrums.

Freshwater Project International’s Walk For Freshwater will take place Saturday, September 30th in Golden, Colorado. This annual charity walk raises funds to bring clean water to schools in Malawi. In 2016, Freshwater Project International implemented a comprehensive water, sanitation and hygiene project at five schools in Malawi; this year, they are aiming to expand the program to 10 additional schools.

Join Clayton Early Learning in Denver, Colorado, on September 15th to celebrate the 2017 Moonbeam Harvest. This annual event brings the community together to support the Clayton mission to improve early childhood education for Colorado's youngest residents. Guests will enjoy a unique opportunity to relish freshly prepared cuisine imagined by Denver’s best chefs, inspired by ingredients grown in gardens on the Historic Clayton Campus.


The 10th annual Michigan Association for Justice Bench & Bar Seminar and Golf Outing will take place on September 12th in Lake Orion, Michigan. This professional law seminar will offer instruction and an afternoon on the links. The Michigan Association for Justice aims to promote a fair and effective justice system by supporting the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in Michigan’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests.

School is back in session at Ann Arbor Academy! On the first day of school, students enjoyed spending the day outdoors at Covenant Hills Camp in Otisville, Michigan. If that seems different from a traditional first day of school, you’d be correct - Ann Arbor Academy’s goal is to be as unique as the minds they teach. Dedicated to helping students who have not found success in traditional learning environments (including those with learning differences such as AD/HD, autism spectrum disorder, and language-based learning disabilities), this independent day school in Ann Arbor does things differently.