Through its High 5 Cares program, High 5 Plumbing recently donated $21,465 to nonprofits throughout the Denver area.
The High 5 Cares program entails High 5 Plumbing spotlights different …
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The High 5 Cares program entails High 5 Plumbing spotlights different nonprofits throughout the year and donates a set amount of $500. Additional funds come from High 5 Club membership, and the business’ technicians have the option to donate their bonus.
This year’s nonprofit recipients are: Food for Hope in Adams County, the Denver Dream Center, Rooted 303, A Precious Child, Friends of Broomfield and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1 in Denver.
High 5 Plumbing is a family-owned and operated business co-owned by Levi and Cassi Torres. The small business serves customers across the greater metro area out of its main location in north Denver, 850 E. 73rd Ave. Unit 4, and its Littleton location at 8000 S. Lincoln St. Unit 3.
To learn more about High 5 Plumbing, visit high5plumbing.com/.
Tim Brill, High 5 outreach coordinator with High 5 Plumbing, center, gives a double high five to Jon Hardcastle, left, and Grant Harkness, right, with the Denver Dream Center. Courtesy photo.
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