Your generous financial contribution will enable us to provide essential mental health care and critical educational resources for kids and families in need.
For more than 70 years, King Soopers has been committed to supporting local communities. The King Soopers Neighborhood Rewards Program was established to give shoppers an accessible opportunity to consistently support organizations that they know and love. The beauty of the program lies in its simplicity—individuals can give to a nonprofit by shopping as they normally would. Whenever you buy groceries in-store or online with your rewards number (usually your phone number), King Soopers will automatically make a donation to Heartspace Kids!
Then, link your King Soopers loyalty card number (or ALT ID number) to Heartspace Kids. Go to the community rewards page and enroll by searching and selecting Heartspace Kids. Now every time you shop at King Soopers with your loyalty card, Heartspace Kids will receive a donation. It’s that simple!
Our mission at Heartspace Kids is to support the healthy social, emotional, and academic development of children, teens, and young adults through education, counseling, and coaching.
Our vision at Heartspace Kids is that all kids and their families will have access to high-quality mental health services and educational resources at a cost they can afford.
Heartspace Kids provides access to essential mental health care and critical educational resources to empower those in need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.
With your generous donation, Heartspace Kids will work with qualified mental health and educational professionals in the community to provide essential services at a cost those in need can afford. Not only will this benefit each individual person and family, it will also benefit the community as a whole.
The need for mental health services for the kids in our community is overwhelming. Many families are uninsured or underinsured when it comes to mental health coverage and most educational services aren't covered by insurance at all. The out-of-pocket cost for these essential services is prohibitive for many. Meaning, kids are going without the services they desperately need.
Dina Mark, President
Danica Alter, Vice President
Stacey Bradfield, Secretary
Grants and Fundraising
If you are passionate about the mental health of our kids and you’d like to help us in our cause by donating your time, money, or expertise please reach out!