top of page

Community Partners

These are the passionate heroes whom assist our youth with their healing journey of mental illness


Mustard Seed Ranch offers traumatized youth a safe environment for hope and healing. Mustard Seed holds weekly sessions with youth at Robin's Nest. Working with horses has created positive experiences in these vulnerable lives.

Purpe Lotus Warrior.JPG

Sharon is a certified in trauma-informed yoga, yin and restorative yoga and nidra yoga. She has additional certifications through the National Non-profit Organizations, Yoga for First Responders and Warrior at Ease, training specifically designed for facilitating yoga to our first responders and veterans.

richard reed.JPG

The Richard Reed Foundation seeks out smaller, forward-thinking organizations that are looking to create better communities through outreach in areas of mental health, child health and development, community welfare, animal welfare and environmental impact. We are proud to have named our therapy office the Richard Reed Room because they have believed in our prupose from the very beginning. The Richard Reed Foundation continues to help us through grants, networking and supporting our cause.


The Douglas County Community Foundation (DCCF) inspires generosity, establishes, and manages charitable funds, and provides resources to enrich our shared lives and legacy in Douglas County, Colorado.  DCCF has granted Robin's Nest funding to establish two of our main programs. For qualifying vulnerable teens, we offer free one-on-one therapy. DCCF has also given us the funds for a support group of parents who have lost a child to suicide, which is starting in March 2023. 

Like the uncommon aspen tree root system, The Aspen Effect uses a positively unique approach which helps youth connect, heal & thrive. They build resiliency in youth with a unique animal environment, a caring mentor team, and a strength-based approach. The Aspen Effect has moved into Sky View Farm.  Robin's Nest is building a place where small nonprofits can work together to support the mental health of our community.  The Aspen Effect takes on the role of mentoring our youth.  The Aspen Effect stated, We are so excited to partner with Robins Nest Foundation at Skyview Farm.  Not only does Robins Nest provide us with a place of healing and joy to perform our work with youth, the people we work with are kind, accommodating and focused on the greater good of the community."


Inkferno are the PYROTECHNICIANS behind your brand.  Inkferno has been instrumental in developing the logo for Robin's Nest, a sign for our therapy office, and a logo for CNP Mini Derby. Chris Ezell is an amazing friend, and we are grateful for the time he has invested in Robin’s Nest. 

campus life white.JPG

Campus Life a program of Youth For Christ, a nonprofit organization that has been active throughout the United States for over 65 years. Currently Campus Life has over 1,000 sites located throughout 40 states. Along with fantastic trips and events, our weekly meetings address issues students face. Campus Life is partners with Robin’s Nest for the annual Fright Trail in October.

Garden, Inc is an organization on a mission to cultivate inclusive opportunities for those with autism and neurodiversities to share, learn, grow and shine in this world just as they are. Members from Garden, Inc. were extremely active at Robin’s Nest during Covid. We offered a location where teams could breathe fresh air while helping to feed our horses beet pulp.

A modern women's clothing boutique in downtown Castle Rock, CO selling clothing sizes XS - 3X as well as unique accessories and gifts. Mod Mountain Boutique managed a "Shop for a Cause" week and donated 15% of sales to Robin's Nest.

bottom of page