Do you love Colorado peaches and pears as much as I do? Well then, here’s your chance to enjoy them while contributing to the Hide In Plain Sight scholarship fund! If you order your peaches and pears online from the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch, a portion of the sale will come to Hide In… Continue Reading Peaches and Pears for Scholarships!
Hide In Plain Sight is excited to be a grantee for funds from the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI). This state-funded program matches the dollars nonprofit organizations raise for scholarships for students to go to college who demonstrate financial need. Since 2018, we have received and distributed tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships because… Continue Reading Let’s Get COSI!
From the Executive Director: Leah Goss I am preparing our annual report to the State of Colorado for our COSI grant and am reaching out to our Hide In Plain Sight Scholars to see how they are doing in their studies. Frankly, I’m amazed at what I am learning! Consider Jami, a neuroscience major with… Continue Reading Hide In Plain Sight Scholars – How About That?!
From the Executive Director: Leah Goss As the new executive director for Hide In Plain Sight, it’s been exciting to hear from our scholars about their graduations! We are thrilled to receive commencement announcements and photos in the mail and in email. We’ve included a few for you in this newsletter. In my new role,… Continue Reading It’s Graduation Season!
Take a look at our story on CBS news below.
Fox 31 Denver | February 2020 DENVER — It has been eight years since Zoe Royer lost her parents, but her story of resiliency is still inspiring others. On Dec. 27, 2011, Mark Royer shot and killed his ex-wife, Donna, in a McDonald’s parking lot in Parker. “My dad killed my mom in front of… Continue Reading 8 years after losing both parents, local woman speaks about resiliency, helping others