BoulderShares® has been around in some shape or form for over two decades. We started as a sole member LLC and became a Colorado C-corp nonprofit and US 501c3 in 2017.
Our board has over 70 years of collective experience in international and domestic aid-based missions, community education initiatives and small but impactful sports and health events, primarily in Haiti and recently in the USA.
We have had the honor and privilege to collaborate with International NGO’s, US 501c’s, clergy and Haitian companies to pull together some pretty cool events.
We leverage gifts-in-kind and donor dollars to impact, in a helpful way, vulnerable youth and their families. New shoes are provided by Newton® running of Boulder, Colorado.
In 2008 we procured an American Airlines Airbus A 300 with captain and crew to deliver over 63,000 lbs of aid and an x-ray machine to help Haiti after 3 devastating floods and mudslides ravaged Cap Haitien.
In 2010, we had the honor to work in the tarmac army field hospital built and operated by U. of Miami’s, Miller School of Medicine and Project Medishare. We helped envision and create a colorful banner of encouragement and artwork from Colorado school children to the patients which hung in the patient tent.
In 2014 we helped fund and outfit the 83 female participants in the first All Girls Camp Shriver held in Haiti. In 2014 and 2017, we helped the Haitian delegation for Special Olympics Haiti participate in the World Games in Los Angeles and in Abu Dhabi.
Since COVID-19, we have had the privilege to partner with a prominent restauranteur and the Miami-Dade Foundation for New Education Initiatives to help provide meals to elementary school youth and their families in Liberty City and Little Haiti.
BoulderShares® has a mission to create meaningful humanitarian sports events and engage in wellness initiatives benefiting girls and adolescent health in Haiti and the greater Caribbean basin, bringing Boulder-based companies into a deeper relationship with the region through donated goods and services oriented to sports and well-being.
Over 136 girls enjoyed 3 days of a variety of sports, individual health and hearing screenings, 2 meals a day and dance and cultural activities in their new shoes and sports gear!
BoulderShares®, Fondation Digicel, Newton®Running, l’Hopital Dash, and Quisqueya Christian school team up with Special Olympics Haiti