We are committed to create endless opportunities for families and individuals impacted by intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities.
Our vision is a community that embraces those impacted by intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities in daily life; a community where all people support each other to reach their highest quality of life possible.
Infinity Foundation is a 501(c)3 Colorado nonprofit organization committed to creating endless opportunities for individuals with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities and their families. Infinity Foundation was established in 2015 to support our affiliate GoldStar Learning Options Inc. Our role with GoldStar Learning Options (GLO) is to raise the financial resources necessary for families to access specialized programs, equipment, ensure the continuation of services, obtain emergency funding, apply for sponsorship opportunities, and receive other essential services which they would otherwise be unable to secure due to the gaps in funding that exist.
We recognize that each situation is unique and believe that every person should have access to the resources and supports specific to their needs. Whether experiencing an emergency, going through a transition, or just seeking answers, we are there to assist families and individuals in every aspect of life. We strive to close the gap in essential funding, services, and support when it is needed most.
In pursuit of our mission to improve the quality of life of those with IDD and their families, we partner with state-approved agencies and other community resources able to provide quality, individualized services and programs. This includes eligibility determination, resource coordination, service and behavior plan development, transportation, residential services, and numerous other supports. These supports allow individuals to increase their independence in-home, at the workplace, in the community, and across all settings in their day-to-day lives. Infinity Foundation also places emphasis on raising awareness and educating others, so everyone feels welcome within their community.
Many families are confronted with ongoing obstacles that are detrimental to their quality of life. They may face emotional distress, unexpected medical bills or struggle to hold a job due to the high demands of caregiving. There are any number of challenges in day-to-day life that may be hard to handle alone, especially when families don't know where to seek help. We believe it is vital that everyone impacted by disabilities should have the individualized resources they need to support healthy, happy lives for everyone involved.
Our goal is to provide individuals and families the necessary resources that will:
- Ensure continuation of therapeutic and supportive services
- Secure access to specialized programs not or partially covered by other sources
- Aid with emergency or crisis situations
- Furnish assistive technologies to improve quality of life
- Connect people with approved agencies to secure quality care
Many families and individuals face difficult decisions on how to spend the state and federal funding they receive, often sacrificing quality for quantity. The demands of daily caregiving and planning also add complications such as emotional stress, unexpected medical bills, and even difficulty maintaining steady employment. Infinity Foundation wants to be a resource to circumvent some of those complications so that endless opportunities are within reach.
Fundraising is how we reach our goals and live out our mission. Individual contributions, recurring donations, fundraising events, online campaigns, cultivating relationships with our community, and securing grant funding are all avenues we utilize to provide the often life-changing financial support our foundation exists to provide. Relying on our community to help those in need in turn promotes awareness and education about our mission and the people we serve.
How Infinity Foundation works
Infinity Foundation functions on two distinct yet complimentary platforms – to raise money for those impacted by disability in need of support and to distribute those funds to qualified and approved applicants. Applicants are both the families and individuals who are impacted by disability and the agencies that serve them.