The Summit Foundation provides a vehicle for businesses, individuals, families and organizations to enact their generosity through a community foundation that addresses a full range of causes. Whether is through a single annual donation, the adoption of ducks for Labor Day’s duck race, buying a transferable ski pass, participating in an employee giving program, the establishment of a Donor Advised or Scholarship Fund, or volunteering at one of The Foundation’s events; thousands of individuals, businesses and organizations are participating in building the legacy of The Summit Foundation.
Thank you to ALL The Summit Foundation’s donors.
Our 2013 donors are recognized through the following links:
2013 Annual Campaign Contributors
2013 Employee Giving Contributors
2013 Endowment Fund and Donor Advised Fund Contributors
Our 2012 donors are recognized through the following links:
2012 Annual Campaign contributors
2012 Employee Giving contributors
2012 Endowment Fund and Donor Advised Fund contributors
Our 2010 donors are recognized in this Summit Daily News Thank you Ad.
Why should I give to The Summit Foundation?
The Summit Foundation has a committee of its Board of Trustees that reviews all grant and scholarship applications from the nonprofit organizations and students and looks critically at the community needs – enabling your contributions to distribute throughout the community so we can collectively have the most impact.
Does The Summit Foundation both give and receive gifts?
Yes. In addition to receiving donations, The Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations in Summit County and neighboring communities (Leadville, Alma, Fairplay, and Kremmling). Additionally, local high school graduates are eligible for scholarship funds awarded by The Foundation.
In what ways can donations be made to The Foundation?
The list is extensive, but they can include gifts of: