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Community Matters

Love local? So do we. Our company has always been involved in our local community and committed to charitable organizations across Colorado. We are locally owned, partner with local suppliers and value the local communities surrounding our restaurants. 


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Bike to Work Day 2019: Urban Egg proudly supported Bike to Work Day by serving up pancakes at the Popcycle Bridge.


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Glenn A. Jones M.D. Memorial Library: Going into Johnstown, we knew we wanted to make a positive impact on the wonderful community that was welcoming us so openly. On our opening day, our staff donated 100% of their tips to the Glenn A. Jones M.D. Memorial Library and our owners matched their contribution. We had many generous guests donate money as well. Together we raised $3,600 for the Summer Reading Program for the Johnstown kids!


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Fostering Hope: Our Urban Egg Colorado Springs locations recently raised $1,920 to benefit Fostering Hope. This organization strives to create an extended family that surrounds and supports foster families, as well as assists teens and young adults as they age out of foster care and establish their independence.


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Colorado Gives Day: On Nov. 16, we hosted 3 guest servers at our Powers & Dublin location in Colorado Springs. Joanne, Dan & Christy from FirstBank went undercover as servers in honor of Colorado Gives Day, only to “give it forward” and surprise people by paying for their meals in hopes they would give back to a charity meaningful to them. Colorado Gives Day is Dec. 4, and we hope to encourage our community to give it forward. If interested, visit ColoradoGives.org and donate to your favorite charity today! #giveitforward

 

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Brent's Place: Our Urban Egg locations in Fort Collins, Belleview & Highlands Ranch recently hosted a fundraiser donating $2,668 to Brent's Place, a long-term home away from home for families and children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses while they receive treatment at local hospitals.


RMRG has been recognized as Employer of the Year by ARC for our work with staff members with developmental disabilities, awarded the Gold Level sponsor award for contributions to the United Way, and recognized for our work with the Wounded Warrior Foundation and for assisting in the Foster Care community.