Annual Celebration of Philanthropy Northern Colorado 2017

Sponsors make celebrating
philanthropic impact possible

2020 marks the 45th anniversary of the Community Foundation — this year's event will honor the past, highlight the present, and look to the future of Northern Colorado.
Leading up to the 2019 event, we recognized our sponsors in many ways — including direct mail, email, social media, enewsletters, and printed materials. It was sponsorship that made it possible to bring together donors, community members, and nonprofits. It also provided the opportunity to honor Loveland’s Lynn and Norma Hammond and the Gallegos Family of Fort Collins for their philanthropic legacies.
Please join us in honoring the impact the philanthropic community makes and celebrate our 45th year by registering as a sponsor for this year's Celebration of Philanthropy.
Special thanks to First National BankFirst Western TrustEide BaillyImpact Financial StrategiesBizWest, and NAI Affinity for your lead sponsorships last year.  

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Contact Lizzie Gauriloff at or 970-488-1983.

We look forward to celebrating another great year of philanthropy, click here to see program details.




 From our 2018 attendees:

“The socialization aspects were very enjoyable. It’s not everyday that you see 750 of the community’s philanthropic leaders together at once.” 

“A room full of visionary, cooperative, philanthropic people who have worked together for generations to make our region a positive place to live and work; it's inspiring to see this many caring people come together.” 

 “It's always good to have focused time to pause and think about philanthropy. I really enjoyed hearing the stories about the two families that won the awards because it makes me think about what legacy I want our family to have.”

“Connecting with people and learning about some of the really neat things happening in our community. There is so much going on that we often don't hear about.”

“Interacting with others that one knows but rarely sees, meeting new people that are interested in a foundation that does so much for not just an area, but a broader community in total...’a sharing of minds’ for a greater benefit.”