Denver Post Community Foundation
Colorado Contractors Association
The Park People

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Denver Post Community Foundation

The mission of Denver Post Community is to improve and enrich the quality of life in our community through support of programs that benefit children and youth; arts and culture; education and literacy; and the provision of basic human services.

Denver Post Community accomplishes this mission through the implementation of various community giving programs detailed throughout this site, including:
  • Season To Share, a campaign of Denver Post Charities, a McCormick Foundation Fund
  • Denver Post Community Foundation
  • Sponsorships
  • Signature Events
  • ACTS (Assisting the Community Through Service) Employee Volunteer Program
We are proud to serve hundreds of metro-Denver nonprofit organizations, programs and events. Last year, we contributed over $6,000,000 in value – through grants, corporate contributions, volunteer efforts and in-kind advertising – to support the efforts of hundreds of outstanding charitable agencies and events in our community.

We are grateful to our partners for the amazing work they do in our community. Together we can make a difference.


Colorado Contractors Association

Help us take Colorado infrastructure to the next level. We are Colorado's premier professional association for Colorado infrastructure contractors. Established in 1933, our members keep Colorado infrastructure moving by building, maintaining and repairing the highways, water, wastewater, utilities and other infrastructure public works projects that make Colorado such a wonderful place to live, work and play. In addition to being the leading legislative voice for the industry, we advocate, educate, connect and empower our members stay ahead of a changing world while securing the resources and opportunities needed to make Colorado infrastructure matter to all Coloradans.


The Park People


The Park People was created in 1969 by a small group of park enthusiasts interested in raising private funds to support Denver's extensive parks and recreation system. The Park People was incorporated in 1981 and has, in its 40-plus-year history, infused millions of dollars into Denver's parks through the restoration of existing park infrastructure, such as fountains, historical park buildings, and through new construction, such as playgrounds and recreation facilities.
Most recently, The Park People spearheaded the $4.7 million Gates Tennis Center in Cherry Creek and the $700,000 restoration of the James Fleming House in Platt Park. Other Park People projects include the restoration of the Washington Park Boat House, Cheesman Park Pavilion, and Eugene Fields Cottage, the headquarters of the organization for it's first 42 years.
The Park People is also home to Denver's only city-wide tree distribution program, Denver Digs Trees, founded in 1991. The Park People continues to be the premier private advocacy organization for Denver's parks and recreation resources.


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