7-year-old Rylan Coleridge of Parker Doesn’t Let Age Stop Her from Changing the World

Rylan Coleridge of Parker says she believes that even kids can make the world a better place. So in 2017, the 7-year-old started her own group called the U R Loved Project, which connects kids with volunteer opportunities. Rylan, a fifth generation Coloradan, has always been involved in the community and is looking to give a helping hand. Over the past year, she has volunteered 153 hours for more than 20 different organizations. Recently, she collected $1,000 worth of bedding donations to give to children who are less fortunate.

Rylan’s 5 Favorite Things

  1. Competing in pageants. She was crowned the 2017 Miss Parker Days Mini Princess and the Miss Midwestern States Princess.

  2. Sweet Dream in a Bag, an organization that provides bedding to children living in transitional situations. Rylan is involved in every step of the process from the packing to the giving of the bedding.

  3. I think it’s important to be involved in your community because if we all give a little of our time, we can make the world a better place.”

  4. Being creative and having her ideas come to life as she attends Camp Invention, Science Camp and Film Camp over the summer.

  5. Working for the Harry Samora Toy Drive during the winter holiday season, where she can brighten up the holidays for kids currently in the hospital.

  6. Kicking back and spending time outside at the pool or the park during the warm weather.