The Foundation provides a significant amount of its resources to Colorado-based organizations, specifically in Boulder County and the surrounding areas, focusing on education and youth development, along with providing constructive impact to families and communities. It also executes longer-term initiatives, including ones that are international in scope, and that address current critical needs that have global influence. These initiatives include substantial commitments to the work of the Family Learning Center, Centro BOE - The La Paz Mexico Community Center, The University of Colorado Foundation, Fort Lewis College Foundation and World Spark.
The Family Learning Center
Focuses on transforming the worlds of children and families by providing lifelong learning skills that lead to economic self-sufficiency in a nurturing, respectful, and empowering environment.
Fort Lewis College Foundation
Offers educational experiences featuring nationally recognized academic programs, personal attention from faculty, the freedom of intellectual exploration, and learning opportunities.
Nashville Rescue Mission
Seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing and shelter to the homeless and recovery programs to those enslaved in life degrading problems.
The University of Colorado Foundation
Partners with the University of Colorado to develop, manage, and invest private support to help transform lives through education, research, clinical care, and community engagement.
World Spark’s mission is to improve the lives of children by creating campuses capable of housing educational and therapeutic programs for children and adolescents throughout the world.
Serves children and families in various poverty stricken communities throughout La Paz, Mexico to help provide basic services such as clean water, electricity, or adequate sanitation and nutrition which are otherwise unavailable.