Thanks to all of you, Two Angels Foundation raised over $9000.00 on Colorado Gives Day.

Record amounts for both in the 6 years since the inception of the “Give Where You Live” campaign. The 24-hour statewide event to increase online giving was a huge success  raising over $28 million dollars. There were 123,999 donations made to 1,884 nonprofits. The website, ” Colorado Gives” at promotes community organizations throughout the year and does a special push for the annual Colorado Gives Day. For more information on how to donate any time of the year click HERE is a year-round, online giving website featuring more than 1,800 Colorado nonprofit organizations. Made possible by Community First Foundation since 2007, encourages charitable giving by providing comprehensive, objective and up-to-date information about Colorado nonprofits and an easy way to support them online.


Having a child with special needs can be challenging and it is the goal of the Two Angels Foundation to help with some of the struggles and make a difference in the lives of these children by:

  • Helping families purchase recreational adaptive equipment for physically disabled children.
  • Providing adaptive equipment to help physically disabled children participate at school.

Two Angels Foundation, Inc. was organized in the memory of Allyson and Rachel Mohatt. Both girls were diagnosed with Nemaline Myopathy, a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. Providing them with the most normal life possible was their family’s primary goal. After long, brave battles, they both passed away at the age of five. Because Allyson and Rachel touched so many lives, friends and family have come together to form the Two Angels Foundation. The Two Angels Foundation is dedicated to the Memory of Allyson and Rachel Mohatt. Obtaining funding for adaptive equipment can be a financial burden for many families and in many cases is not covered by health insurance. The Two Angels Foundation will help purchase adaptive equipment for home and school. Both Allyson and Rachel were able to attend their neighborhood preschools and it was a very positive experience. This was possible because of the adaptive equipment that was available to them. We want to provide similar opportunities for special needs kids.