The Brent Eley Foundation, a 501c3 organization, was founded in 1997 by Brent’s parents ten years after their son lost his battle with cancer at the age of 13.
In 1998 the first Brent's Place facility opened its doors with five apartments to fill the need in the Denver area for accommodations suitable for patients following bone marrow transplants.
In 2009 Brent’s Place opened its new state-of-the-art facility in Aurora, just blocks away from the Children’s Hospital Colorado and Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver.
In 2017 a second building was opened on the same campus in memory of Tanner Seebaum who also lost his life to cancer as a child. With this additional building the number of apartments available to families and patients is now forty-four.
Brent’s Place has an independent living concept. Additionally, each apartment meets a standard of hygiene requirement called Safe-Clean. This set of strict standards minimize exposure to germs of all kinds and toxins found in other types of housing available to patients recovering from life-saving treatments who are far from home.
C4 LTD was proud to be a part of Phase I to remodel both buildings back in 2019 and Phase II this year (2021).
Western dude ranch
"Kid's Corral" play area