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Community Outreach
This page will be dedicated to updates on current events in our Black Forest Hills community!​

 2017-2018 School Year

Community Outreach
November 2017BFH Backpacks For The Homeless
  • A BIG THANK YOU to Ms. Brundage, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Kroell, and Mrs. Holloway for helping make this a huge success this year!
  • Thank you to Richey May & Co for your donations!
  • Richey MayCo.PNG
  • For more info please contact Backpacks for the Homeless Coordinator Sherri Lucero at​

This year we donated 310 backpacks!

​144 Blankets, 487 Socks, 98 Gloves, 219 Hand Warmers, 299 Combs, 409 Fruit Cups, 645 Pudding Cups, 679 Granoloa Bars, 696 Containers of Peanutbutter, 128 Tuna Pouches, 156 Cans of Vienna Sausages, 418 Beef Jerky Sticks, 180 Chef Boyardee Cans, 220 Cans of Soup, and 313 Gatorade Bottles.

 2016-2017 School Year

​​Here are some of the ways Black Forest Hills is giving back this school year! 

For our grade level service projects the grades sponsoring the project provided the main items, each of the other grades supported the project with additional items.

​October - Backpacks for the Homeless
    • ​​Sponsored by Kindergarten and 5th Grade
    • 200 hats and 200+ backpacks were made for the homeless​
    • For more info please contact Backpacks for the Homeless Coordinator Sherri Lucero at​
  • ​​Sponsored by Black Forest Hills Elementary in conjunctions with our Turkey Trot
  • We delivered our donated food on Nov. 11th and 18th

December 1st - 9th - Toy Drive for Denver Children's Home


  • ​Sponsored by 1st and 4th Grades
  • Toys will be delivered on Dec. 11th​​​
  • 600+ Toys were donated by BFH for this event!
February 25th ​- Speghetti Dinner $2,489.00 Raised for our two organizations.
March 13th-26nd - Wish List Drive
  • ​Sponsored by 3rd Grade
  • For Children's Hospital - Wish List Items BFH has chosen​
    • ​Stuffed Animals
    • Legos (Small Sets for Boys and Girls)
    • Stickers
    • Crayons (24 count or smaller)
    • Colored Pencils
    • Coloring Books



 Owls Giving A Helping Hoot!

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