Rocky Mountain Kids operates several homes for children who have suffered neglect or abuse. Two of the homes have served young adults for more than a decade. Future Bound, a home for girls between the ages of 12 and 18 in Colorado Springs, has aided more than 150 individuals since its inception. The second, Nevada House, focuses on boys between the ages of 15 and 18. The home has helped more than 250 young men emancipate themselves from abusive situations and take control over their lives. The newest home, the eight-bed Drew’s Place, also serves boys in Fountain, Colorado. The organization concentrates on teaching these children how to make positive choices with an emphasis on education. Many of the residents continue their education beyond high school at colleges and trade schools.
About the Author: Possessing more than two decades of experience in the oil and gas industry, Charles Reed Cagle serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of HEI Resources. Outside of his career, Reed Cagle demonstrates a strong commitment to philanthropy and founded the organizations Outreachers, which provides vital support to Rocky Mountain Kids.