About Peak Challenge

Find purpose in your Colorado outdoor fun when you choose to ascend a mountain for a good cause. During June 1 – August 31, Peak Challenge hikers will be scaling one of Colorado’s famous 14er mountains to raise money for charity. All proceeds go towards preserving families through Griffith Centers for Children’s mental health services. Inspire friends to climb with you, or join a team and meet new folks who share your passion for adventure!

Team/Individual Registration

Support mental health by registering to climb a 14er with your friends, family, co-workers, church groups, and more! Everyone is invited to participate in Peak Challenge. With no group size restrictions, you can even bring the pup! 

Support Mental Health

Unable to climb? You can still make an impact on the lives of our youth and families by providing a donation to support GCC mental health services. 

Fundraising

Become an advocate to preserve Colorado families by creating your own fundraising page. This is a great way to share with your community about Peak Challenge and who they can support mental health.

Become a sponsor

The 33rd annual Peak Challenge focuses on gaining support to preserve Colorado families through mental health services and we’re looking to raise $30,000. With your support, you will be helping provide mental health services to families across Colorado who need it the most – especially during these challenging times. In appreciation of your anticipated sponsorship, we would like to offer you the opportunity to showcase your brand on all Peak Challenge print and digital advertising materials.

We hope we can count on your help to make this event a memorable one! The sponsorship request deadline is May 31, 2021.

Wy should you hike for mental health?

Griffith Centers for Children provides mental health services to preserve families across Colorado. Many of our families are at risk for disruption, this may mean they could be separated due to mental health issues, drug addictions, parenting concerns, or lack of resources. Our programs offer a spectrum of therapeutic treatments, academic services, and parenting education services to preserve families. When you hike for charity in Peak Challenge 2021, we can continue to help children and families in need as they rise above a mountain of challenges!

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