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An umbrella for children

IVOT has set out to raise $100 million in 10 years, but it’s collaboration that is the main goal of this 16-month-old nonprofit. Across Colorado, PIVOT seeks to empower other nonprofits to work together and cover the full spectrum of children’s needs. “Different kids have different needs from the intellectual to

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