The Story Behind JeffcoCoupons
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Although it’s not mentioned as often, we know that businesses are just as challenged to stay on budget. So we developed a very cost-effective way to reach local customers that is affordable for all business types and sizes. We prefer doing business in person, to build working relationships that help us get a feel for the needs of our clients.
The people who work on JeffcoCoupons have spent most of their lives in Jefferson County. We have been educated by Jeffco Public Schools, and we have seen both the excellent work they do and their great need for resources. We have always felt a responsibility to keep our community institutions strong, and we believe that donating 5% of our revenue to Jeffco Public Schools can make a difference. We contribute through the Jeffco Schools Foundation. In case you haven’t heard of this wonderful organization, here are some details. Learn more at www.JeffcoSchoolsFoundation.org or call 303-982-2210.
Jeffco Schools Foundation was incorporated in 1983 as The Jefferson Foundation, an independent 501c3 nonprofit organization, by a group of citizens concerned with maintaining the high quality of Jeffco Public Schools, then and now.
Jefferson County Public Schools is Colorado’s largest school district. Of its 85,000 students, about 35% live in or near poverty, and Jeffco has the highest number of homeless students of any school district in Colorado. With suburban poverty on the rise, the effects on families — and on student success — is impacting Jeffco schools and communities. Despite these obstacles, Jeffco continues to lead the nation in educational excellence: Jeffco ranks third among large school districts in the country for its high graduation rates.
Jeffco Schools Foundation partners with the community and schools to pursue big ideas in education and bright futures for Jeffco students.
This undertaking would not have been possible alone. We would like to thank all of the family and friends who provided so much advice and support. Special thanks to British Iain Fuller for his design flair, Justin Schell for his technical wizardry, and Ashley Lanes for repeatedly answering the question, “Does this look good?” Finally, a tremendous debt of gratitude to John McCormick for his invaluable insight and time.