CityWide Banks money match campaign for AYO!

September 01, 2016

Last Thursday Citywide Banks held an amazing event and AYO was the beneficiary.The Matching campaign is still going on (till Sept 15) and we have only raise $700 of the $2,000!!!!! We need your help! Please see the article below and the link and consider supporting us to meet our goal- THANK YOU!!


Aurora Youth Options (AYO) is a program of Aurora Mental Health Center that provides support to youth at risk by bridging knowledge, cultural and financial barriers to get youth engaged in pro-social resources and mentoring. Now through September 15, 2016, Citywide Banks MONEY MATCH campaign will match total financial donations to AYO up to $2,000. Donations are tax-deductible. 

AYO works with middle and high school aged youth and their families to connect them with positive, individualized mentoring, tutoring, extracurricular, and after-school activities. AYO has been featured as among the country's top 50 mentoring programs by Esquire magazine. Its impact has also been recognized by the City of Aurora, the Aurora Police Department, the school boards of both Aurora and Cherry Creek Public Schools, the Colorado Juvenile Council, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, The Denver Post, the Colorado Behavioral Council, and others. Learn more about AYO at


1. Go online to
2. Click the orange "DONATE NOW" button
3. Complete form. Within "Donation Details" section, use drop-down menu to select "Program" and direct your donation to the Aurora Youth Options program.
4. Click "ADD TO CART" and follow directions to input payment information


Aurora Mental Health Center is a private, nonprofit community mental health organization providing an array of services to children, adults, and families. For more information about its many programs, please visit


Colorado owned and family operated since 1963, Citywide Banks specializes in business loansdeposit accounts and treasury management solutions for businesses throughout Denver and Boulder. The bank operates 12 branches and has more than $1.3 billion in assets. The bank and its employees are proud supporters of hundreds of Colorado charities through employee volunteering, board involvement, financial contributions, and social media awareness campaigns. 

For more article features and community resources related to mental health, please check out our Mental Health Wellness in the Workplace special section presented by Citywide Banks.