Ability Connection Colorado (formerly known as CP of Colorado)

With YOUR support and through the generosity of our Sponsors, Ability Connection Colorado served more than 40,000 Coloradans with disabilities and their families last year. Our innovative programs offer inclusive educational opportunities, pathways to the personal satisfaction of employment and support that allows people to thrive.

Our goal is to identify every individual’s unique abilities and further their personal journey towards realizing their human potential.  In life, no one is defined by what they can’t do.  Together, we CAN DO so much more than we can’t.

YOU Can Help!



Join us for the 13th Annual ACCO Mother’s Tea

• Champagne Reception • Celebrity Host, Theresa Marchetta,  7NEWS • Sumptuous Luncheon
• New ~ Ballroom Dance Performance • Mother & Child Fashion Show Presented by Athleta &  The GAP
• Exquisite Pamper Package presented to six Moms • Chances to Win Fabulous Prizes

Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 10:30AM to 2PM
Westin Denver Downtown ~ 1672 Lawrence Street


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31st Annual Colorado Concours d’Elegance and Exotic Sports Car Show

500+ Exotic and Classic Cars, vendors, food, fun and entertainment for the whole family!

Sunday, June 8, 2014 from 9AM to 3PM
Arapahoe Community College
5900 South Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, Colorado

Concours Website




For 20th Year Firefighters “Rack Up” Billiards Challenge For Kyle Fisher Memorial Fund

Source:Ability Connection Colorado
Dated: Feb. 12, 2014

DENVER — Firefighters instinctively focus on what’s important, and for 20 years now, they have racked up support and enthusiasm for the Great Balls of Fire 9-Ball Billiards Challenge. This afternoon pool tournament raises money for the Kyle E. Fisher Memorial Fund at Ability Connection Colorado (ACCO). Over the last 20 years, more than $1.5 million dollars has gone directly to the fund, providing developmental services to over 4,000 children.

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Name Change

A New Name for A Valued Community Organization

Get to Know Ability Connection Colorado.  

  • A Word from President and CEO Judy Ham
  • Josh Blue thinks our name change is “a good move!” (video)