ICON Eyecare is heavily involved in charities in the communities that we have locations. Every year we donate money, products and services to worthy causes. Below are just a few charities that we support in Denver, Loveland, and Grand Junction.
Children’s Diabetes Foundation at Denver
Childhood diabetes is a serious illness that impacts hundreds of thousands of our youth every year. The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood diabetes treats more than 6,000 children and young adults from all over America. ICON Eyecare helps by donating LASIK at the annual High Hopes Tribute Dinner Auction.
Ronald McDonald House
ICON Eyecare has also helped the Denver Ronald McDonald House in Denver with ticket donations. The Ronald McDonald house helps families and children with lodging while they receive treatment at Denver area hospitals.
Colorado State University
Help support CSU in 2012 as their new athletic director and football coach make a big push to build a stadium on campus.
Find out more about the Ram Good Time Foundation
Kendall and Taylor Atkinson Foundation (KATA)
Kendall and Taylor Atkinson lost their lives to Fanconi Anemia (FA) a rare childhood blood disease that results in bone marrow failure.
KATA has donated over $540,000 to university research including a recent multi-institution project.
The logo shows the four-fingered characteristic which is common to those with Fanconi Anemia.
Ace Scholarships states that “work continues until our vision is realized – that every child in Colorado has access to a great school.”
Paddington Station Preschool
Icon donates to the annual auction at Paddington Station. Paddington Station is one of the premier early childhood education facilities in Denver. The annual auction helps with scholarships and other areas of need for the school.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado
Denver Rescue Mission
The optometrist hold a clinic roughly once a month and see dozens of Denver’s homeless. Homelessness is a major issue in Denver and there does not seem to be a solution in the near future. ICON Eyecare hopes to help those that truly are trying to get back on their feet.