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Meet Our Supporting Partners




Cobbled Streets is supported by the 5,000 women of the CampExperience™ Network and their year-long calendar of promotions and events.  

For 16 years, Camp has been building a diverse network of amazing women. Called a ‘Sisterhood by Choice.’ their goal is to create a network that connects women, gives back to the community, and helps women grow as individuals and in our professional endeavors.

This year CampExperience™ has chosen Cobbled Streets as their primary, nonprofit charity organization recipient.

Learn more at


Check out Betsy Wiersma's Boost Power Podcast featuring Nancy Reese. "Nancy’s story is so diverse and interesting and she is so passionate about our Camp Charity Partner Cobbled Streets. I know you’ll love this conversation as much as I did!" ~ Betsy


Go to and  Scroll through the interviews and click on Nancy Reese to listen! Her interview is the 6th one.


Cobbled Streets is thrilled to announce a fundraising
partnership with Threads Worldwide


Threads Worldwide is an organization elevating humanity by partnering with

impact-driven organizations around the globe. Threads has partnered with women artisans in developing countries to create Brighter World gift boxes. For each box sold Cobbled Streets will receive a $20 donation! 

Carol Calkins' Heart Poems

Thanks so much to Carol for making Cobbled Streets a beneficiary of her special HeartPoems card decks. 

Carol believes that one small act of kindness and love can change the world. Each one of us uplifting and making a meaningful difference in the lives of other.


A portion of all card deck sales will benefit the children we serve.


See her beautiful, inspiring work at 

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Colorado Kids Project

Thanks from the bottom of our hearts to Earlaine Worel and the ladies of the Colorado Kids Project - Heritage Community sewing group in Aurora!


They lovingly handmade 85 backpacks (stuffed with goodies for boys and girls aged 2-14), personal quilts and other items for our youth in foster care, including weighted blankets for infants.

They will continue to create an assortment of handmade gifts to make foster children feel special.

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