V9 Gives Back
Volume Nine gives back to our local community through charitable donations and volunteer work to organizations that benefit at-risk youth, children, and families in our local communities.
Why We Give Back
Giving back to our community remains a focus for Volume Nine and we try to give back regularly through annual community service days, seasonal contributions, and event-driven fundraising.
Volume Nine has also donated our time and expertise to many local nonprofits and companies that have a mission or a purpose-driven cause. We also encourage other companies to join us to create a deeper impact through giving back.
V9 partnered with Family Tree to tackle an extensive “Zen Garden” landscaping project that included building a patio, removing old shrubs, and planting hundreds of new plants and flowers.
Food For Thought
V9 cares a lot about the kids in Denver! We regularly join Food For Thought to pack thousands of bags of food for less fortunate children and families in the Denver Public School System.
Volume Nine and Booyah Advertising teamed up to spend a day completing a HUGE renovation project for the Volunteers of America’s Brandon Center and Theodora House.
A Message from Family Tree
“On behalf of the families we serve at Karlis Parenting Time Center, thank you for your amazing day of service with Family Tree in support of our mission! Your team is an incredible example of Corporate Social Responsibly and community engagement. I look forward to working with you all again in the near future.”
Director of Volunteer Services
Volunteers of America
Our team painted a total of 10+ rooms, the kitchen and laundry room of VOA’s Family Motel. The Family Motel offers rooms for families and single women for up to a 12-night stay.
Annual Penny Drive
Tapping into the competitive nature of V9ers, teams battle to collect spare change for a good cause around the Thanksgiving Holiday Time. All proceeds benefited Operation Turkey Denver.
Warrior Strong T-Shirts
Founder Chuck Aikens and his son, Tyler Aikens, designed a t-shirt for the Warrior Community after the Arapahoe High School Shooting raising over $50,000 for the rebuilding of the AHS library.