List of local Larkspur Area Charities (Colorado) – Holiday 2020

Looking for a local charity to get involved with and/or donate to this Holiday Season? Take a look at our local charities and click on their sites to find out more information! (if you are a charity out of Larkspur, Colorado, email us at to get added to our list!)

The Larkspur Veteran’s Monument is a Monument soon to be erected by local Larkspur artists, landscaper, and craftsman in honor of all veterans past and present.

Bobcat Kids is a 501(c)(3) organization that assists Larkspur Elementary Families who may need additional help with school supplies, snacks, winter clothing, and groceries.

The LES PTO’s goal is to support the wonderful community at Larkspur Elementary and the surrounding area and to partner with the principal, teachers, and staff to create a positive environment that supports and enhances the children’s education. Email:

 LHS provides educational programs for the general public and area school children. We provide opportunities to visit Historic buildings and sites normally closed to the general public.  We support the other Douglas County entities in their Historic efforts through presentations, re-enactments, community projects and celebrations.

Horseback Miracles’ (HBM’s) mission is to create a unique environment where our participants have a chance to use all their abilities to think more rationally, make more socially acceptable decisions and receive hope for a successful and better life.

An animal sanctuary who’s a mission it is to improve the lives of animals through educational programming and rescue, and by teaching the connectedness between animals and humans.  Offering community events, tours, kids day camps. They are also a contributing partner in research about the long-term positive effects of introducing humane education into our public schools.

The Flying Horse Foundation is a private, charitable foundation whose mission is to advance the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of at-risk youth, families, and seniors in our community.

  • Team Lacey

Contact Peggy Whalen (720) 217 – 34789

  • Larkspur FREE Library

Contact Krystine at (413) 348-3579 or Cindy at (303) 681-3046

The LVFA is a 501c3 whose mission is to foster/advance the concept of service and strategic philanthropy to the fire district and the community at large through non-partisan, nonsectarian volunteerism and community activism.

  • Perry Park Blanket Brigade
  • Yellow Ribbon Fund