Terms like “corporate social responsibility” and “corporate citizenship” didn’t exist back in 1968 when the firm began. The founders were ahead of their time when they chose to make philanthropy an integral part of the firm. From their Karma volunteer program to financial support of nonprofit organizations to extensive pro bono and board service, giving back is, was and always will be, an important part of they we are.
They are proud to share with you their Community Impact Report, which details their community engagement across all of their offices last year.
Please take a few minutes to read through the report and learn more about the firm’s community efforts. And if you’re interested in getting involved, let them know. They’d love to help get you connected.
“Nonprofits are crucial to the better quality of life we enjoy here in Colorado,” said Renny Fagan, President and CEO of Colorado Nonprofit Association. “Our communities thrive when individuals, nonprofits, for-profits and government work together, and Colorado Nonprofit Week celebrates this work.”
“I have always strived to volunteer my time, but I did step it up a notch (or five) after leaning about the Crowe Challenge,” said Perla Ramirez, a Crowe employee and top volunteer during the 75th Anniversary Community Service Challenge who received a $500 grant for the Northern Illinois Food Pantry and St. John’s Food Bank in Will County. “We feed more than 300 families a month and this grant will purchase two months’ worth of food for families. To quantify that, it’s a 24-foot truck stuffed with food to help feed those in my area.” Read More
CCSR graduate, and B:CIVIC member, Sarae Kurth planned the inaugural all staff volunteer day for Denver Community Credit Union, #DenverCommunityGives Day. Denver Community Credit Union is a proud B:CIVIC member that has served the Denver community since 1934.
All Denver Community Credit Union staff volunteered across six Volunteers of America Colorado sites on #DenverCommunityGives Day. Volunteer projects supported under-served community members including: at-risk children, women, seniors, and food insecurity and homeless community members across Volunteers of America Colorado locations in Denver. Eighty-six Denver Community employees volunteered a combined 430 hours. Volunteers of America Colorado estimates a cost of $10,380 to pay their staff to do the tasks provided by Denver Community volunteers.
On Monday, January 15 – MLK Day – more than 25 Kaiser Permanente Colorado employees volunteered at The Action Center in Lakewood, a human service nonprofit organization offering services to struggling residents of Jefferson County and the homeless.