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Charles Reed Cagle Promotes Upcoming Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Fundraiser

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

The Chief Executive Officer of HEI Partners, Charles Reed Cagle devotes a significant portion of his free time to philanthropic activities. The founder of the nonprofit group Outreachers, Reed Cagle also donates to Kids on Bikes, Inc., and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs.

On Saturday, May 18, 2013, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will host its annual fundraiser, Run to the Shrine. Participants can opt to undertake either a 5K or 10K run/walk, both of which pass through the zoo and continue up Shrine Road, offering beautiful mountain scenery. Individuals and families are encouraged to participate in the event and show their support for the zoo. Registration includes a race T-shirt, chip timing, and free admission to the zoo on the day of the event. Furthermore, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will hold a post-event celebration at The Lodge at Moose Lake.

Sponsored by AspenPointe and The Citadel, the run/walk will raise funds to benefit the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. For more information about the race, or to register, visit

Icon_word_16 Charles Reed Cagle A Brief History of Casa Angelina

A businessman and humanitarian, Charles Reed Cagle contributes to such organizations as Kids on Bikes, Inc., the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and Young Life. Additionally, Reed Cagle founded the nonprofit Outreachers to support Rocky Mountain Kids in Colorado Springs and Casa Angelina in Guatemala.

One of Central America's largest orphanages, Casa Angelina has housed children for more than five years. Established by the Christian preacher and missionary Ivan Tait, Casa Angelina was originally situated on 15 acres of land. Using funds donated by Christian churches and organizations around the world, Tait grew the orphanage to include three additional acres and constructed several small homes designed to house 10 to 20 children each. 

With the support of organizations like Outreachers, which donated funds to build the orphanage's school and provides monthly support, Casa Angelina continues to serve children in need. Today, 75 children who have been abused or neglected live on Casa Angelina's 18-acre campus. The orphanage's leaders hope that eventually, Casa Angelina will be able to care for up to 500 children.