These are a couple pictures from our Great customers!
All of these great pictures are with our PurColour powder
2017 was another great year for having fun in color! At the end of the year we try to get a quick collection of fun with color powder. Please, if you have any pictures with PurColour powder go to our Facebook or look us up on Instagram, #purcolour. We see great pictures every year and the more we pictures we get the more these great events continue to grow.
We love our customers as they continue to inspire, fundraising for a good cause, becoming closer as a community, and promoting better physical health, all with color!
We hope to see more pictures soon as we look forward to more everyday!
These are just a small amount of the pictures. While browsing the internet the amount of fantastic color powder photos. Have a weekend in 2018 you will always remember with PurColour powder.
Get your kids out of the house and enjoy the sun with some color! PurColour products can come in many colors and are perfect for outdoor activities. Foam, Paint, Colored Powder and more can help kick off your summer fun!
Use our products for your cities festivals, for your own gender reveal, to just have fun outside with the family or much more! But we promise our products will put a smile on your face. Order today at 303-241-3579!
In case you didn’t know, PurColour has a variety of products that we are sure we can find something for you! The amount of ideas we have heard back from our costumers about how they used PurColour are endless! From colored powder, to paint, to much more find what works for you and what color.
Schools have had a great amount of success when using PurColour products in their fundraising events! It’s hard to get all the fundraising money schools need every year so don’t stop yet! With one more push to get the fundraising money you need, have a school run! Then call us and we will work hard to get you a good price to make your event colorful, fun and successful!
PurColour is here to help your school. We sell a lot of products that would be great for your classroom. They can help to keep your students interested and entertained while also teaching them!
Creativity in the classroom is so important for students to help keep their attention. With PurColour products, your students will forget they’re even at school!
There is no reason the teachers can’t have fun with this too! Check out our website at purcolour.com or call at 720-287-0057 to see what products you want and what color! Oh yes, don’t forget you can get different colors as well! The ideas are endless!
Especially great for Art and Science rooms! With colored paint that is also neon, uv reactive, and NON TOXIC – that applies for our Oobleck as well!
PurColour has officially sold to EVERY STATE in the U.S!!
We will ship to you no matter where you are. PurColour is working with the best to make sure we can get you the cheapest shipping prices and as well as getting it to you as fast as possible! We work hard to make sure you get what you want and when you want it, so no excuses and order today!!
Between Celebration Power/UV Neon Powder, Colored Foam, Colored paint and much more – PurColour can make your day brighter!
Stuck in the house from a snow day and need craft ideas? Look no further because PurColour has a solution for you!
Get colored powder and let the ideas flow! Purcolour has a variety of colors to choose from and will even custom make a color to fit your needs! So don’t let that stop you from decorating for Christmas, Halloween, or even for your favorite sports team. Get creative and show us what you came up with! The ideas are endless…
Just like that summer is almost over which means school events are closing in! Anywhere from a back-to-school function to a school fundraiser. Throwing an event with PurColour products within your school is a great way to get your students involved.
PurColour has colored powder that will make your event one to remember. We can customize our powder specifically for your event too!
PurColour also has Paint, Foam, and PurFetti too that come in a variety of colors. Don’t miss out on making your event filled with fun from PurColour!
University of Alabama had a blast using our products in their back-to-school camp! Check out their video and see what they did for ideas for you!
Mel Foster Color the Quads is pleased to announce its 4th annual 5K Race raised over $70,000 and surpassed its four-year goal to raise a quarter of a million dollars for local charities.
Saturday’s race hit the cumulative four-year attendance mark of 10,000 participants, including adults and children.
Mel Foster Color the Quads had a four-year run in the Quad Cities and reached the following milestones:
2013 – $51,000 donated to two charities
2014 – $61,474 donated to three charities
2015 – $71,880 donated to three main charities and 13 other local charities
2016 – over $70,000 and three charities
Lynsey Engels, president of Mel Foster Co. Brokerage Division and Color the Quads committee chair, said, “We’d like to thank every runner, walker, volunteer and sponsor who helped make this event a huge success over the last four years. It’s remarkable what can be achieved when everybody works together. We know the funds raised this year and in the past help local families in many ways. Our goal was to top the $250,000 mark in our final year, so we’re really excited the community got behind this event and helped us achieve this fundraising milestone.”
Engels added, “Putting on a community event of this size takes a lot of hard work from volunteers. We could not prepare all of the swag bags, set up the kid’s race/5K race routes, color and water stations along the course without dedicated volunteers who generously give their time. Of course there is a large team of volunteers who help on race day to make sure everything goes smoothly for the racers. Mel Foster Co. agents and staff from residential real estate, commercial real estate, insurance and land development were involved in every aspect of this event over the last four years from choosing the charity recipients, obtaining sponsors, volunteering countless hours, promoting and participating in this event and it could not have been pulled off without them.”
During the race’s four-year run, 24 local charities received funds generated through sponsorships and race registration. “These numbers really show how compassionate our community is about backing charities that help children and families. Mel Foster Color the Quads has been a great way to make a significant impact and we appreciate everyone who has played some kind of a role in its success,” concludes Engels.
2013 – YMCA Camp Abe Lincoln, Youth Solutions, Children’s’ Therapy Center of the QC
2014 – Child Abuse Council, March of Dimes, Rick’s House of Hope
2015 – Bethany for Children & Families, Gigi’s Playhouse & Hand-in-Hand
13 other charities:
Bettendorf Library, Camp Genesis, Family Resources, Family Museum, Humility of Mary Housing, Kennedi’s Kisses, Living Lands & Waters, Project Renewal, Quad City Botanical Center, Student Hunger Drive, Toys for Tots, Tudi’s Tribe and YMCA.
2016 – Jordan’s Joy, NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley, YMCA Camp Abe Lincoln & Youth Solutions
“Our goal when we started this journey was to provide a unique experience for the Quad City area that was only available in larger cities while raising awareness and funds for charities in the areas we serve. It speaks volumes for the Quad Cities as a whole that we were able to accomplish this together and serves as a great reminder about what a great place the Quad Cities is to live and work,” commented Engels.
AID Colorado and CU host Holi at CU | April 17, 2016 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
AID Colorado is excited to bring back Holi – to celebrate the onset of spring and raise funds to support our development projects! Holi is the Indian spring festival celebrated every year with colors and food.
AID is a non-profit, volunteer movement that supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as education, livelihoods, natural resources, agriculture, health, women’s empowerment and social justice.
AID’s holistic vision enables it to address underlying causes rather than just responding to symptoms, by supporting constructive and creative work through various projects and by using powerful tools for bringing change, such as campaigning against corruption. We, at AID Colorado, believe that small initiatives such as the projects we support help shape the future of our nation.
Come participate in Holi 2016 – an afternoon filled with fun, colors, music, dance and food! Bring your friends and family and render them completely unrecognizable! Selfies are encouraged!
Join the event of Relay for Life of Wayne County this Saturday, April 9 at Wayne High School from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
In years past the group has hosted the event in July on the track but his year it will be mainly inside besides the color run/walk.
The Community Manager for the Relay for Life of Wayne County, Stephanie Fritz says they wanted to try something new.
“We want to get as many people in the community involved as we can that is kind of why we are changing the time,” said Fritz. “We’re just seeing if more students will come out maybe getting more people from the college involved.”
The Relay for Life of Wayne County will kick off their day with the Color Your World Purple Run/Walk event to be held at Victor Park in Wayne. Check-in is from 8 – 8:45 a.m. with the event to start at 9 a.m.
From the previous Relay for Life events Fritz added it has been a great community event.
“A lot of people have come out,” Fritz added. “We’ve got some great teams and volunteers that have worked really hard to get information out about our mission and raising money to support the mission.”
Those who are participating in the Color Run/Walk will be invited to attend a survivor/caregiver brunch in the cafeteria of Wayne High School at 10:30 a.m. At noon the opening ceremony will take place with Survivor and Caregiver Laps in the gymnasium.
12:30 p.m. – Activities will begin
4 p.m. – The Cattlemen’s Association and Pizza Hut will provide a free will donation dinner
5:30 p.m. – Luminaria Ceremony.
You can purchase your Luminaria’s for the ceremony at Dairy Queen in Wayne between 3 – 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
If you would like to sign-up a team go to relayforlife.org/waynecone.
Fritz mentioned if you would like to make a donation to the event go to relayforlife.org.
“They can select a team on there to make a donation too,” said Fritz. “Or they can go online and see who has a team and if they want to contact that person they can make a donation directly to them.”
The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship Foundation will be hosting the 4th Annual “Color Me Cameron” 5K Color Run/Walk Walk Saturday in Pulaski.
Registration on the day of the event begins at 7 a.m. in Jackson Park on First Street and the run/walk begins at 10 a.m. Participants should wear white T-shirts.
Started by Cameron’s mother, Terri Fitzwater Palmore, she describes the event as “the craziest, zaniest, happiest, and most colorful color palooza in Southwest Virginia.”
The event, which also includes an after party and door prizes, began in April 2013 with 421 runners/walkers. The following year it grew to 543 participants and in 2015 there were 773 runners/walkers from eight states, and 75 cities and counties, Fitzwater Palmore said.
The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship Foundation was created to celebrate the life of Cameron Fitzwater by allowing Cameron’s life and aspirations to live on by helping others pursue their dreams of higher education, Fiztwater Palmore said. The Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship Foundation is about turning a tragedy into a triumph while developing community spirit and giving.
The Foundation awards four, $1,000 scholarships each year to Pulaski County High School graduating seniors that meet the following qualifications for the scholarship: acceptance to a 2- to 4-year college or technical school; the writing of an essay on a specified topic and must have participated in one or more of the following activities — Scouting, choir, drama, MACC Academic Team, track, westling, and/or Young Life.
Cameron Fitzwater, 18, was headed to work at Panera Bread on a rainy afternoon on April 4, 2012, after school as he had done so many times before. He died when his car hyrdoplaned and crashed.
The teen was extremely active in school and in the community. He was captain of the wrestling team, captain of the Math MACC Academic Team, participated in choir, drama, Track, Young Life, and Boy Scouts where he was an accomplished Eagle Scout. In addition to attending Pulaski County High School, he also attended the Southwest Virginia Governor’s School for Math and Science.
Cameron loved his town and volunteered as often as he could, according to his mother. He grew up volunteering with the local Habitat for Humanity helping in the office, fundraising, and with the construction of Habitat houses. When the tornado hit Pulaski in 2011 Cameron went out that night and volunteered cutting down fallen trees and removing debris out of the roadways. He continued his volunteer efforts with Samaritan’s Purse in the days following. As a Boy Scout, he was involved in numerous service projects throughout the community and at Camp Ottari and Camp Powhatan. Wherever he could help, he was there, his mother said.
His mother has often said that he “lived big.”
Cameron wrote; “Kindle the fire within yourself. Use its light to stay the path. No matter how hard it gets, stay ever cheerful.”
Queensland Lake District Council (QLDC) Sports and Recreation host first ever Color Burst Run/Walk 4K
Hundreds participated in the first Color Burst Run/Walk held Feb. 28, 2016. The event was a huge success and tickets were sold out. The Colour Burst is all about promoting community and visitor participation in a fun, safe and welcoming environment. All profits generated from the Colour Burst event will go back into supporting and developing valuable community programmes, including disability sport programmes, Kids Games, Step Up and Leisurelys.
QLDC thanks everyone who took part and a very special thank you to their awesome sponsors:
Cook Brothers Construction
Sign It Signs
Super Liquor (Remarkables Park)
Check out some of the event photos. Makes anyone want to holiday in beautiful New Zealand!
Terp Thon is a student organization at the University of Maryland that raises money and awareness for Children’s National Health System, in association with the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Miracle Network Dance Marathon program. With more than 150 students actively involved, and more than 2,000 students fundraising for the cause, Terp Thon is the largest independent student organization at the University of Maryland and the largest student-run philanthropy in Maryland. They spend the year fundraising and hosting fun events, then celebrate with a 12-hour Dance Marathon each March where more than 1,200 students remain standing to show their support for local pediatric patients! Former patients of Children’s National come party and celebrate to honor all they have accomplished and all the funds Terp Thon raised for kids just like them!
Terp Thon holds a “For the Kids Color Run” as part of the fundraising activities during the year. Terp Thon’s Color Run For The Kids is a 3-mile course throughout the University of Maryland’s campus, and is a great way to learn what Terp Thon is all about! Along the way runners are covered in color, thrown by our Miracle Kids and their Families, and at the end there is a giant color toss with all participants involved. Thousands of students have fun and participate.
PurColour is proud of the work and dedication the University of Maryland and Terp Thon contributes which all benefit the Children’s National Health System. Congratulations on raising over $728,000 during this academic year. We look forward to next year!