Thank you to all who helped R2K celebrate our annual Kindness Day!

On the afternoon of Friday, April 25, our kindness champions joined the residents at The Heritage Club at Greenwood Village, a Brookdale Senior Living community, for some springtime fun! We painted and decorated flower pots, repotted beautiful flowers and enjoyed the company of our senior friends at Brookdale. It was truly a bright and cheerful afternoon as they brought more sunshine into our day than spring ever could!

Be sure to check out our fun photos by clicking here or visiting our Facebook page (and be sure to “like” us if you haven’t already)!


Originally, R2K had planned to help John Amesse Elementary, a local Denver Public School, expand their school and community garden as our two-part Kindness Day. However, after much planning and consultation with outside sources and the school, we were not able to execute our plans and construct the garden for the school. We do hope our donation to the school will help to support the construction of the garden they’ve always imagined and their ongoing efforts to enrich the lives of their students, faculty and community.

Throughout the planning process, we received astonishing support and guidance from local sources in many avenues of the garden design and preparation. Jennifer Verprauskus from UpBeet Landsapes and Roger Hupfer from Cooperative Design Resource donated 100% of their time to help the R2K team plan a beautiful and functional garden for John Amesse Elementary. Their “green thumb” expertise and time exemplified the kindness and love our organization is built upon, and with that we extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to Jennifer and Roger. We highly recommend their services if any of our wonderful followers need any commercial or residential landscaping assistance in the future