in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming
Bill Daniels' Motivation
Bill supported character-building programs that help youth become confident, patriotic, and independent. He wanted kids to develop personal accountability and responsibility. He also wanted them to understand the value of money, the free enterprise system, and that success is earned through hard work.
Youth develop character and gain the necessary life skills to become confident, patriotic, independent, personally accountable, and responsible.
- Career & Technical Education
Whether planning to earn a college degree or not, youth develop pathways to meaningful employment through career exploration, job shadowing, internships, and apprenticeships.
- Civics Education
Youth actively contribute to their communities as engaged, informed citizens with strong American values. Programmatic grants support organizations that help young people understand the purpose, history, and founding principles of our democratic republic form of government and free enterprise system.
- Financial Literacy & Free Enterprise
Youth become active participants in the free enterprise system by developing a strong understanding of economics, business, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship.
“I have supported young people all my life. I enjoy sharing my good fortune with others, especially young people with talent and drive.”