Access Opportunity Donation

The buyers of 1865 Del Rosa in Boulder, Colorado know how hard it can be for low-income families to provided enough education for their kids. Because of this they used their non-profit donation from the close of a real estate transaction for the Access Opportunity programs.

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Access Opportunity’s main goal is to create opportunities for low-income, smart, and outstanding students. They do this starting at high school and continues to support them through college. They help provide a smooth transition from high school to college. Their values are their foundation for each student, program, and the organization as a whole. Some of the values include: leadership, curiosity, resilience, achievement, and character.

The program creates opportunities by offering tutoring, support to help increase their test-taking skills, and helping them through the scholarship process. They also offer one-on-one advising with mentoring and financial support.
They understand that each student is unique and has different problems. Because of this they focus on the individual needs of the student and not as a group.

The Access opportunity programs are one of a kind and helps out hundreds of students each year. A lot of students wouldn’t be able to continue their education without the help of the programs. But they can only support their students with the help of the community around them. That is why they rely on donations to make sure the programs strive and help low-income students.

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Access Opportunity Donation
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The buyers of 1865 Del Rosa in Boulder, Colorado used their non-profit donation from the close of a real estate transaction for the Access Opportunity. Click to see why.
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