Our Sponsors

Seniors’ Resource Center is grateful to our many sponsors and non-profit partners who help make our work possible!

Thanks to our Sponsors

The generous gifts from these corporate partners provide support for all these services of the Seniors’ Resource Center:

  • Adult Day and Respite
  • Transportation
  • In Home Care
  • Volunteer Service & Opportunities
  • Care Management
  • Mental Health Outreach

Their generosity also supports the Seniors’ Resource Center Gift of Independence Breakfast held every year. 




Meet our Sponsors





SCL Health – Lutheran Hospital

Applewood Plumbing Heating & Electric

 Mutual of America


 City of Lakewood




Employers Council

Jefferson Center for Mental Health

Colorado Community Health Alliance

 Physician Health Partners



 Foothills Credit Union


Concordia on the Lake

 Seniors Blue Book





Sponsorship Opportunities

Individual event sponsorships are available at a variety of levels to meet the objectives of your organization. We would welcome the opportunity to speak with you personally to determine how we can create a mutually beneficial community partnership between your organization and Seniors’ Resource Center.

For more information about designing a unique collaboration with SRC, you can read more here.  Please contact our Development office at 303.235.6918 with any questions.



Meet Our Non-profit Partners

Jefferson County Council on Aging (JCCoA)

JCCoA is an advocacy group of volunteers whose mission is to identify and address the needs, concerns, and issues of older adults in Jefferson County, Colorado. Jefferson County Council on Aging (JCCoA) was formed in 1974, and is the longest operating and largest county council on aging in Colorado.


LeadingAge and LeadingAge Colorado

LeadingAge Colorado is the largest association in Colorado representing senior living and care providers, and the clients they serve. LeadingAge Colorado advocates for a policy agenda that helps providers adapt and modify their programs in response to ongoing changes in senior living and aging services to meet consumer expectations.


Denver Regional Council of Governments

In its sixth decade of regional service, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) is proud of its focus on quality-of-life issues. These include mobility, planning for the future, service to older adults, environmental concerns, and the provision of information for sound decision-making.