Planned Giving

The way we think about our home and our community is what gives us a sense of place, and inspires us to make a difference therein. That sentiment is beautifully captured in this poem by Elizabeth Robinson.
"When I first moved here, I read TRENDS from start to finish. I was incredibly surprised to learn that one of the most important issues we’re dealing with is the huge wealth discrepancy in Boulder County."
“Because we’re not single-issue people, we really appreciate partnering with the Community Foundation. We know they do the work to understand the needs of our community, and to vet local nonprofits that address everything from early childhood concerns to affordable housing to homelessness. We like to support multiple causes and the foundation is good way to do that.”
“This may seem like a cool and hip place to be for Millennials to come and work, but the day-to-day people – what I think of as grassroots members of our community – often can’t make ends meet. Recognizing and addressing those needs and discrepancies – also in terms of who has the opportunity to go on to college – is incredibly important.”