RTL exceeds donation goal of $500 to the Comitis Crisis Center in support of homeless Veterans, runaway/homeless youth, and homeless families.
December 9, 2015, Denver – RTL Networks, Inc. (RTL) continued our funding of local Denver support services through the 6th annual Colorado Gives Day (coloradogives.org) on Tuesday, December 8, 2015. Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to increase charity giving in Colorado through online giving. Colorado Gives Day is funded by contributions from Community First Foundation and FirstBank to create a $1 Million Incentive Fund.
RTL is proud to support the Comitis Crisis Center Adopt-a-Room Program and its services in our community. As a company we are committed to supporting the community where we live and work and organizations that provide the community with meaningful and effective services to the growing number of homeless men, women, and children looking to improve their lives. Adopting a room funds go directly to an emergency shelter and help offset costs for meals, utilities, and services provided to guests served in each room. Comitis has a 44-year history of providing effective and accessible programs and services to Arapahoe County and its citizens.
Individuals can join RTL in supporting the Comitis Crisis enter and help provide essential services to people in our community by visiting www.milehighbehavioralhealthcare.org.
RTL Networks advocates for corporate citizenship (the community participation of local businesses) and contributes locally and nationally to several areas and organizations. Our goal is to create a positive impact on the well-being of people in our community and beyond. RTL supports the volunteer service of our passionate and skilled teammates to promote our core values of Integrity, Commitment, Respect, and Diversity.
To learn more about RTL Networks, Inc. and our community involvement, please visit our website www.rtl-networks.com.
About the Comitis Crisis Center
The Comitis Crisis Center, with over 44 years of experience, serves homeless Veterans, runaway/homeless youth and homeless families. Programs include the Veteran Homeless Women’s Initiative, All Weather Shelter, Temporary Shelter for Families, and Mile High Behavioral Healthcare. The Center’s Mission Statement is to provide a seamless continuum of behavioral services that empowers healthy, viable, complete lives and communities.
To learn more about Comitis please visit www.milehighbehavioralhealthcare.org.