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The American Council of the Blind of Colorado, Inc. (ACBC) is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting independence, equality, and opportunity for blind and visually impaired individuals in the state of Colorado. We are affiliated with the American Council of the Blind (ACB), which is a national group of geographical and special interest affiliates. We currently have local chapters in Sterling, Fort Collins, Longmont, Denver, and Colorado Springs, as well as one special interest affiliate dedicated to beep ball. If you are interested in either joining an existing chapter or creating a new one, you can contact us for more information.
A Chosen Generation is a Christ-centered, servant ministry dedicated to assisting families, churches, and schools in understanding and performing their responsibilities to define, affirm, recognize, and confirm Godly manhood and womanhood for the next generation of leaders. Our vision is to see young men and women being woven into the fiber and fabric of intergenerational churches. Our purpose is to assist families, churches, and schools in raising a generation of young men and women which loves the Lord Jesus Christ and which accepts the responsibility of leadership in every area of society.
Following the Columbine tragedy in April 1999, 850 KOA and parent company, Clear Channel, created The Never Forgotten Fund. The Fund ensures that the names of the 13 lost at Columbine are never forgotten by awarding one scholarship annually in each of their names. In the initial year, the scholarships were awarded exclusively to Columbine students. In March 2000 the scholarship application process was broadened to include students and faculty in the entire Denver Metro area. Over 70 applications were received. A selection committee of community leaders, including Columbine High School and Clear Channel representatives, reviewed the applications and selected the 13 scholarship recipients. A recognition dinner was held on May 25, 2000 to honor the recipients as well as those lost at Columbine.