“Keep honest businesses successful!… When honest, caring, businesses succeed and are profitable they always give back. It’s what they do. KELLEY'S HEROES™ are all about both...Honest businesses that honestly give back. Just use a business on the list and you give back too… give your business to businesses that truly give!”
He has devoted his life to raising awareness (and millions of dollars) for Colorado causes. . (Stunts) While working closely with local businesses and professionals, Steve noted that many had developed their own passions and projects to help non-profits do some good and make a difference right here in Colorado…something like a day of service for its employees, a clothing drive or sponsoring a benefit concert
Showcasing and promoting those exceptional businesses and how they give back is the idea behind KELLEY'S HEROES™. A Denver business directory with trusted businesses that are invested in our community beyond the bottom line. Customers can know that these companies have a true stake in making Denver and the Front Range a better place to live.
We vet, verify, and background check every business and charity on the list. Membership demands the highest standards of doing business, to provide an extra level of confidence for customers. Plus companies on our list join like-minded Colorado professionals who are already putting their money (and time) where their heart is.
Flooring to Roofing…Dentists to Doctors…Planting, Painting Restaurants, Real Estate…Cars and Contractors, if you’re a Colorado company that goes the extra mile, Steve Kelly wants you! And if you’re a consumer, these are companies you can feel good about.
The whole backdrop of my life, the main motivation for this website and all the fundraising stunts is my relationship with my brother Danny.
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Forbes recently posted an article that identifies “The World's Most Ethical Companies” for 2014. Among those chosen were U.S. household names like GAP, Kellogg, and Levi’s among many others. The article, written by Forbes staff member Susan Adams, explains how a company can make it to the list, which was compiled by management consulting firm Ethisphere Institute. →