RED Loves Non-Profits

We love working with clients who are making the world a better place. This Giving Tuesday we want to honor and showcase the non-profits we work with and the incredible work that they do.

What is Giving Tuesday?

Coming hard on the heels of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday has a very different focus. It was created to help the “giving season” get started. Every year, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students will all come together to celebrate generosity and to give. RED believes that together we can make this world a better place.

Arizona Coalition for Equines (ACE) members are committed to enhancing the lives of all equines in Arizona through resources for food and end of life assistance while educating equine owners on how to care for their equines responsibly.

Active Voice Lab is a nonprofit network of seasoned strategists that helps funders, advocates, media makers, and other leaders use story to advance social change.

Animal Defense Partnership

ADP is devoted to protecting animals from abuse and suffering. They provide pro bono legal and consulting services to nonprofits that advocate for animals; run sanctuaries and rescues; and support plant-based eating. ADP's work enables clients to put their resources to best use in reducing animal anguish and misery while receiving free high-quality legal services in support of their mission.

The Citizens Trade Campaign (CTC) is a national coalition of environmental, labor, consumer, family farm, religious, and other civil society groups founded in 1992 to improve the North American Free Trade Agreement.

The Coalition for Human Rights in Development is a global coalition of social movements, civil society organizations, and grassroots groups working together to ensure that development is community-led and that it respects, protects, and fulfills human rights.

Colorado Honor Band Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides high quality music education for students in the greater Denver-metropolitan area.

Community Initiatives

Community Initiative facilitates nearly 100 nonprofit projects that are working to improve their communities. Learn all about the wide variety of incredible projects that you could support for Giving Tuesday!

Denver Scholarship Foundation

Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) inspires and empowers Denver Public Schools' students to achieve their post-secondary goals by providing the tools, knowledge and financial resources essential for success. Help make college possible for Denver’s students by supporting DSF on Giving Tuesday!

The GFAS mission is “Helping Sanctuaries Help Animals”. In carrying out this mission, GFAS promotes and validates excellence in sanctuary management and humane and responsible care of animals through international accreditation, collaboration, mentoring.

Great MN Schools

We’re inspired by schools that are proving every child can succeed. We also appreciate that every student has the desire and capacity to learn, and that all schools can and should ensure that children of all ethnicities, means, and origins are prepared for success in career and life.

The International Accountability Project is a human rights advocacy group that works for a world in which all people can shape the decisions that affect their homes, environment and communities.

Since 1974, IPPL has been helping countless primates around the world. They have also rescued and provided sanctuary to dozens of abused and neglected gibbons from a variety of unfortunate conditions including research labs, tourist attractions and private owners.

Marian’s Dream creates and supports programs to end pet overpopulation by preventing unwanted litters. Since 1981, they have led initiatives to improve the health and well-being of companion animals.

Montessori de Santa Cruz Charter School is a public school that is free to all students. It also has an excellent tuition-based preschool program that offers a nurturing learning environment and childcare for young children in our surrounding communities.

The mission of the Oklahoma Association for Environmental Education (OKAEE) is to support Oklahoma educators and promote, in formal and non-formal settings, environmental literacy through communication, resource sharing, skill building, and recognition of excellence.

The mission of the foundation is to sustain an enduring financial basis for Christ’s ministry through the prudent investment of funds to ensure a legacy of Christian principles and institutions.

The Oklahoma Green Schools Program goal is to help administrators, teachers and students improve their schools and their environment. While the information regarding “green schools” can be overwhelming, OGSP brings coordination and focus to the green school movement in Oklahoma.


OKRA is a non-profit corporation established to improve the business of recycling in Oklahoma by providing education and referral services about integrated solid waste management, including reduction, reuse and recycling.

Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities' mission is to help children with learning and attention differences reach their full potential by inspiring, educating and empowering parents to help their children succeed. They are dedicated to helping parents realize their children’s significant gifts and talents, and demonstrating that with their love, guidance, and the right support, their children can live happy and productive lives.

Take Note Colorado is a statewide initiative to provide access to musical instruments and instruction to every K-12 student in Colorado.

The Delores Project

The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable shelter and personalized services for unaccompanied women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness. We also work to end homelessness by advocating for housing solutions. (Website designed by Ebb+Flow Creative)

United Spay Alliance strives to make affordable, accessible, and timely spay/neuter services available nationwide. We do this by working with a national network of state and local spay/neuter referral organizations, by carrying out research, education, and public outreach initiatives, and by advocating for strong public policy on spay/neuter.