2014 Annual Report - The Summit Foundation

2014 Annual Report - The Summit Foundation

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2014 Annual Report

Partners for a Stronger Community

Helping people make a difference in the lives of others.

Vision: The Summit Foundation is recognized as the leading philanthropic

Dear Friends of The Summit Foundation:

organization for Summit County and its neighbors. We are committed to

How The Foundation has grown since we opened our doors in 1984! As I look back on the past 30 years, I recall the ups and downs of the economy, the neighborhoods that grew, the friends we’ve made and the powder days we’ve shared. Through it all, one thing hasn’t changed: the solid commitment of our local citizens and businesses to make Summit County an even greater place.

creating ever better mountain communities by providing leadership that results in improving the quality of life for residents and guests.

In 2014, the generosity of this community soared to new heights: The Summit Foundation distributed $2 million to 94 local nonprofit agencies that serve our neighbors in countless ways. In addition, a record $230,000 in scholarships was awarded to 99 students. We continue to enjoy a thriving partnership with our ski area partners, who provide the Patron Pass Medallions (all 301 sold out again). Our many friends responded to annual requests for contributions, existing and new contributors signed up to donate a portion of their paychecks through the Employee Giving Program, and a growing number of you connected with us through Colorado Gives Day in December. As we look forward to many more decades helping our community thrive, an increasing focus has been to encourage planned giving through our Peaks Society, in which donors name The Summit Foundation in their estate. We were especially honored by a generous gift from the estate of Norman L. Ringhand, a long-time Frisco resident who passed away unexpectedly last April (see page 25 for more information about this important legacy). This gift, and others like it, will allow The Foundation to continue its important work now and in the future. The Summit Foundation moved its offices to the newly-opened Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center on Harris Street in Breckenridge. The renovation of this historic icon is a perfect example of collaboration among government, non-profits and business to preserve our heritage and enrich our community. Please come by our offices for a look! Finally, we bid farewell to Lee Zimmerman, who is retiring as Executive Director after eight years. During Lee’s tenure, both donations and disbursements more than doubled. He also helped oversee Foundation initiatives for the Pre-Collegiate Program and the CATCH Afterschool Program. Lee has been a true friend to the community and his leadership and kind demeanor will be truly missed. Looking ahead, we are pleased to welcome our next Executive Director, Jeanne Bistranin. A Colorado native, Jeanne comes to us with a wealth of experience gained at Adolph Coors and US WEST Foundations, and I hope you have a chance to meet her soon. Thank you for a successful and impactful year from all of us at The Summit Foundation. Sincerely,

Kevin McDonald

Kevin McDonald President, Board of Trustees

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2014 GRANT AWARDS

2014 DISTRIBUTIONS BY AREA OF FUNDING

$1,975,065 in Awards Total Grants and Scholarships Distributed in 2014

SPECIAL INITIATIVES

$2,205,076

DONOR ADVISED FUNDS

5.45%

1.35%

ART & CULTURE / $240,832 GRANTED

2014 artculture &

Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival – Support of two public concerts, college scholarships, and a high school workshop.K

ART & CULTURE

Breckenridge Backstage Theatre – The Jungle Book summer 2015 production and second part of the ski area trilogy.BGV General operating support.Pl, POSC, T

11.1%

SCHOLARSHIPS

Breckenridge Festival of Film – To improve the quality of the organization’s policies, procedures and infrastructure.

10.45% NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES

SPORTS & RECREATION

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance – “Our History Matters” student outreach and education program.

Breckenridge Music Festival – Music in the Schools, free Family Concert, day camp programs.LW Applause.T General operating support and staffing.Fl, BMFA, BMFE Louise Henderson orchestra chair.LH

5.05%

22.1%

6%

EDUCATION

Friends of the Lower Blue River – Challenge/matching grant for Slate Creek Hall restoration.LW Lake Dillon Foundation for the Performing Arts – Kids Theatre, Sunset at the Summit Concert, Regular Season Theatre, and summer musical series.K, LW, D National Repertory Orchestra – Education & community engagement programs, free chamber concerts.Fl

$20,941,968

3.75% ENVIRONMENT

in awards distributed since inception

Summit Concert Band – Music at the Summit Band Institute. Summit Public Radio & TV – Assistance toward the replacement of a 40-year-old power line.T

34.75% HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE

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In 2014, The Foundation distributed nearly $2 million in grants to 94 nonprofit organizations in Summit County and neighboring communities. 5 |

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With a grant from The Summit Foundation, the Summit Concert Band hosted Music at the Summit Adult Band Camp in June 2014. Held at the Riverwalk Center, the culminating concert was enjoyed by more than 650 people. While there are many opportunities for citizens to hear musical performances in Summit County, The Summit Foundation helped provide a unique opportunity for over 65 adults from 17 states to participate in Adult Band Camp and provide free performances to locals and visitors alike. One participant wrote: “We love Music at the Summit. Everything about it was wonderful - music selection, conductor, housing, events, location, and all the people there! We definitely will attend again!” – William Biggs Vice President, Summit Concert Band

High quality early childhood education helps ensure that children are ready to learn the day they begin kindergarten. Every child deserves an opportunity to thrive and succeed in school.

EDUCATION / $476,686 GRANTED

Lake Dillon Preschool and Early Learning Center – Building repairs.

Thanks to the generous support from The Summit Foundation and Vail Resorts Epic Promise, many families in Summit County are realizing this dream for their children.

After Prom – Support for the after-prom event for Summit High School Students.BGV

Mountain Top Children’s Museum – Summer day camp scholarships, training support, outreach to other child care organizations, workshops and school assemblies. General support and family programming.BGV

Breckenridge Elementary PTSA – Web based teaching programs.BGV*

education

Breckenridge Montessori – Scholarships.

Helping families gain access to early childhood education by providing much needed tuition assistance reduces the stress of financial concerns and engages parents earlier in their child’s education. Every tuition dollar provides for quality teachers, first-rate instruction and healthy, safe learning environments. Summit School District’s Early Childhood Program provides enriching, developmentally appropriate experiences for young children, including those with educational challenges or who need extra support in order to be ready for school. The program empowers and supports families as partners in education and collaborates with the community in providing services to these children and their families to ensure future educational success. Summit School District serves more than 160 young children in nine preschool classrooms. The purpose of the preschool program is to serve children ages 3 to 5 years old from diverse backgrounds who have identified disabilities. Each of the programs have received the highest quality rating by the state, ensuring that the littlest learners in Summit are getting the best possible start to their education. The Summit Foundation is a valued partner in helping us support families and build a better, stronger community. - Dr. Heidi Pace Superintendent, Summit School District Additional funding and collaborative support for the Summit School District Early Childhood Program comes from Summit County Head Start Program, Colorado Preschool Program, Colorado Child Care Assistance Program and the Family & Intercultural Resource Center.

Rotaract – Program Support.BGV* SOS Outreach – Youth development programs.

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center – Scholarships for Adaptive Ski programs, purchase of a 15 passenger van.LW

Summit County 4-H – STEM programs.

Carriage House Early Learning Center – LED lighting upgrade and national conference training.

Summit County Library Foundation – Capital campaign support for South Branch Library.K, T*

Colorado Avalanche Information Center – General operating support; Know Before You Go program; Snow and Avalanche Workshop.LW

Summit County Preschool – CCCAP tuition support, scholarships, and building repairs.

Colorado Extreme Creativity – Summit Middle School Destination Imagination.Pl, T

Summit High School IT Department – Chrome books.BGV*

Colorado Mountain College – Leadership Summit program.Ft

Summit High School Instrumental Music Department – Professional musicians and community interaction program.Ft

Colorado Mountain College Foundation – Developmental Education program. Student scholarships.BGV

Summit School District – Funding in partnership with EpicPromise for the full-day preschool program for at-risk families.

Cub Scout Pack 186 – Funding assistance for attendance at Keystone Science School.

Summit School District Pre-Collegiate Program – Program coordinators and textbook stipends for CMC mentoring program.K

Early Childhood Options – Funding in partnership with EpicPromise for the Healthy Child Care program.K

Swan Center Outreach – Leadership and Sustainability with Horses program. General operating support.BGV, Sw

Education Foundation of the Summit – Funding in partnership with EpicPromise for the “Ready to Learn” project and teacher grants.

The Peak School – Tuition assistance.

Keystone Science School – Transitions program at Summit Middle Campership program.BGV General operating support.Si

School.K

education

Timberline Learning Center – Outdoor classroom enhancements.

The Summit County Rescue Group (SCRG) has relied for many years on four All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) to help in searches and, in some instances, allowing rescuers to directly access critically injured patients in the backcountry. ATVs are also often used to shuttle rescuers up unimproved roads and trails to where they can start hiking, shaving miles (and hours) off a search. However, having only four ATVs directly limited the efficacy of any response. To enhance SCRG’s capability to quickly field responders, the team requested funding from The Summit Foundation that would help in the purchase of an additional ATV. This particular vehicle would also be sufficiently powerful that it could pull the Orion (a shock mounted trailer that will take a patient, paramedic/ EMT, and medical equipment). Thanks to generous grants from the Highlands at Breckenridge Advised Fund and The Summit Foundation, the ATV was purchased and immediately placed into service. It was used on several missions during 2014, by far the busiest year for SCRG since its inception in 1973. Once again, The Summit Foundation’s grant funds are helping save lives in Summit County.

YouthEntity – Financial literacy programs in Summit County schools. – Charles Pitman, Mission Coordinator,

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Summit County Rescue Group

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI) thanks The Summit Foundation for many years of generous financial support towards our trail construction, maintenance, restoration and hiker education work on Quandary Peak.

ENVIRONMENT / $81,500 GRANTED

In 2002, funding from The Summit Foundation helped CFI and the Forest Service build the peak’s main summit route.

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative – Funding in partnership with EpicPromise for the Quandary Peak volunteer stewardship project and Leave No Trace education program. General operating support.K

Expanded funding in 2014 allowed CFI to increase our “Adopt-A-Peak” volunteer stewardship efforts. Through

Colorado Mountain Club – Partnership with Dillon Ranger District for Tenderfoot Mountain restoration projects.

hands-on stewardship work built rock staircases and retaining walls to limit erosion of thin, valuable alpine soil.

Colorado Youth Corps Association – Conservation crew trail maintenance and rehabilitation in White River National Forest.

The Summit Foundation grant also allowed CFI to pilot test the use of compact infrared trail counters on

environment Continental Divide Land Trust – Technology improvements. General operating support.W

Friends of the Dillon Ranger District – Volunteer and youth stewardship projects.BGV Friends of the Eagles Nest Wilderness – Lumber for boardwalk on Gore Range/ Wheeler Lake Trail. High Country Conservation Center – General operating funds, “Grow to Share” food donation program, and waste reduction programs.Ft, BGV Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado – Trail restoration work along Upper Turk’s Trail.

seven projects, volunteers contributed 719 hours in trail maintenance and vegetation restoration that provided an in-kind value of more than $18,000. CFI’s crews put in an additional 208 hours protecting the peak. This Volunteers also helped transplant alpine plants into areas of the trail that had grown excessively wide.

Quandary Peak, one of five test locations across the state. The trail counter allowed for hour-by-hour counts of passing hikers 24/7 during the busiest months of the hiking season. The trail counter tells us that Quandary may be the second most frequently climbed 14er in the state, with an annual estimated total of 18,000 to 20,000 summit attempts.

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE / $763,660 GRANTED Advocates for Victims of Assault – Resource Development/ Victim Advocate position, Latina Outreach coordinator, Outreach and Education coordinator, and suicide prevention counseling.Ft, M Peacemaker program and victim services.BGV Boy Scout Troop 188 – Equipment storage shed. Bristlecone Foundation – Respite care strategic plan. Healthcare and hospice services.LW, BGV CASA of the Continental Divide – CASACD program.LW General operating support.BGV, T Domus Pacis Family Respite – Food for the Families Friday program. Volunteer coordinator position.BGV General program support.Lo

Finally, The Summit Foundation supported CFI’s Peak Steward Program. Peak Stewards spent seven days on Quandary Peak throughout the season, making contact with 809 hikers about safe and sustainable hiking on Quandary. Through hiker education, Peak Stewards help abate impacts on the 14ers.

Early Intervention Colorado – Mental health crisis services, Applied Behavioral Analysis support, speech therapy play group and parenting education curriculum for early language development.LW

Thank you again for helping CFI to perform another productive year of stewardship work on Quandary Peak. – Lloyd F. Athearn Executive Director Colorado Fourteeners Initiative

Easter Seals of Colorado – Summit County summer day camp program, evening parent workshops.

League for Animals & People of the Summit – Spay/neuter assistance program and medical/surgical needs.LW MindSprings Health – Summit Safe Haven; 24 Hour Detox and Mental Health Triage Unit.Ft 8 |

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Summit County Animal Shelter – General operating support.Sw* Summit County Community & Senior Center – Nutrition and care management services programs. Hug-a-Bear program.BGV The support The Summit Foundation provides to Summit Youth and Family Services – Funding in partnership with EpicPromise for Mountain Mentors and a prevention program for youth.

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Summit Community Care Clinic is incredibly valuable. Only 30% of the Care Clinic’s patients have health

Summit Habitat for Humanity – Infrastructure and capacity building.H, LW Summit in Honduras – Summit County young professionals to attend a medical support trip. Summit Medical Center Health Foundation – SANE program.POSC General operating.POSC, St Traumatic Brain injury conference.C Sponsorship.BGV

insurance but no one is ever denied services based on income or insurance status. The Summit Foundation grants help the Care Clinic bridge the gap between the true cost of providing high quality primary, oral and behavioral health services and what patients can actually pay.

Summit Rotary – Weekly community dinner; food for Friday Backpack program.Ft, POSC

Without the significant support of The Summit

Summit Youth Services Center – Summit School District school-based health programs.Ft, LW

managed by The Foundation, the Care Clinic

health & human service

Family & Intercultural Resource Center – Family and individual support; Families United program.B, Fl, Ft, K, POSC, T Girl Scouts of Colorado – Leadership program.BGV

Summit Community Care Clinic – Support for unreimbursed health services to residents of Summit County.M, BGV General operating support.B, M, POSC, Si, T Diabetes program.S

Timberline Adult Day Services – Specialized programs and educational staff training.T

Foundation and many of the donor advised funds would have to turn away local residents who most need health care support. A heartfelt thank you to The Summit Foundation for

Wounded Warriors Family Adventures – Materials and services provided to wounded veterans and their families.

all of the support you have provided us over the years. – Sarah Vaine CEO, Summit Community Care Clinic

SPORTS & RECREATION / $131,660 GRANTED

NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES /

The Cycle Effect – Mountain bike program for young women in Summit County.

$111,376 GRANTED

Lake County Full Circle – Mentor-Youth activities.

Dillon Yacht Club Junior Sailing Club – Sailboat purchases.

Advocates of Lake County – Agency support.

Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative – Transition from an all-volunteer staff to professional office.

High Country Soccer Association – Scholarship assistance.BGV Summit County Swim Team – Matching grant to place an AED in Summit High School’s pool and to make technology upgrades. Summit County Youth Baseball and Softball (SYBS) – Equipment upgrades and facility improvements.BGV, H Summit Extreme – Improvements to indoor baseball training facility in Dillon.H In 2013, the Summit Baseball Training Facility opened in Dillon. A grant from The Summit Foundation is what literally helped “turn the lights on” in this facility and provide year-round baseball practice facilities to over 100 Summit County youth. In 2014, with further help from The Summit Foundation, turf and cages with netting were added in the Training Facility. Additional equipment and instructional aides were also purchased. The Training Facility offers baseball camps during school breaks and allows local competitive travel teams the ability to practice in the still snowy Spring months. The facility also serves as a place for any child to practice, no matter what level they plan to compete at. In 2014, the 10U team from Summit Extreme was the 2nd runner up in the UAAA Tournament for the state of Colorado. Summit Extreme and SYBS and we credit much of this success to the support of The Summit Foundation in providing these youth a practice facility that they can use, no matter what the weather is. “Playing baseball has helped me learn to get along with kids from different abilities and mindsets. This is a thinking game and it has really taught us to have to think together if we want to win.” – Jack Taylor Student, Upper Blue Elementary School 10U Summit Extreme Team

Summit High School Athletics – Athletic Trainer program.POSC* Summit Huts Association – Support for hut nights for nonprofit educational groups.LW Summit Nordic Ski Club – Skier scholarships, recruitment and retention. Summit Rugby – Scholarships; program expansion; safety equipment and uniforms. Summit Velo – Scholarships for youth bikers and pop-up tent purchase. Summit Youth Hockey – Concussion management

program.BGV*

Hockey

Classic.POSC*

Team Breckenridge Sports Club – Scholarships, hill space, competition travel, and equipment. Team Summit – Scholarships, Summit Cup race series, competition panels and bibs.

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Alma Foundation – Stabilization and re-roofing Historic Ladies Aid Building. Boys & Girls Club of South Park – Operating support.BGV Bristlecone Montessori School – Scholarship and Financial Aid program. Cloud City Conservation Center – Lake County Green School Initiative and Home Energy Efficiency program. Colorado Fourteeners Initiative – Volunteer stewardship projects on 14ers in Lake and Park County and Leave No Trace education.

Mountain Family Center – Kremmling Food Bank; school-based CATCH program; Hunger Relief program; Tots program. Mountain Valley Developmental Services – Support for Lake County individuals with developmental disabilities. Park Alliance for Young Children – Coordinator position. Park County Parents as Teachers / Park County School District – Family Resource Specialist.

neighboring communities Far View Horse Rescue – Operating support. Summer youth volunteer program and equipment.BGV

Grand Beginnings – Service and support through CCR&R and Pyramid Plus activities. Heart of the Mountains Hospice – Hospice services to under-insured or uninsured Grand County residents.

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South Park Food Bank – Healthy, nutritional items for clients and food storage equipment. South Park Historical Foundation – Rehabilitation of Colonel Mayer Home.

The Summit Foundation awards three-year grant to Lake County PreCollegiate Program The Lake County School District is advancing college and career readiness for students through the Lake County Pre-Collegiate Program. Although post-secondary readiness has been on the radar in Leadville for many years, the reality of having a sustainable program began in March 2014, when members of the Leadville community came together to develop the Pre-Collegiate Action Team. After several months of research, the group concluded it was most interested in developing a program modeled after the Summit County Pre-Collegiate Program. Thanks to a three-year commitment by The Summit Foundation, Colorado Mountain College, and the Lake County School District, funding was secured and a program coordinator, Kelly Hofer, was hired. Since the program’s inception in Fall 2014, Kelly has been focusing on program development and student recruitment. She is actively enrolling students for Fall 2015, as well as for the summer Pre-Collegiate Residential Program at CU Boulder. The Pre-Collegiate Program will work with students in grades seven through 12 to offer comprehensive post-secondary preparation. Assistance with college and career exploration, college admissions processes, and financial aid will be provided. The Lake County program will also consist of a mentoring and tutoring component to enhance student enrichment. The Lake County School District, students, and families are thrilled to have this additional resource. The Pre-Collegiate Program will help Lake County students know that they are capable of going to college, that college is affordable, and that, yes, their dreams can come true.

SPECIAL INITIATIVES / $120,000 GRANTED

Footnotes When noted previously, funding also provided by:

Anschutz Foundation Basic Needs Grants – to assist individuals, children, and families with basic needs such as food, rental, shelter assistance, utility assistance, health care, behavior health care, domestic violence counseling, and emergency basic need services as they encounter difficult financial situations. Organizations receiving funding were: Advocates for Victims of Assault

Mountain Family Center

Advocates of Lake County

Park County Senior Coalition

Boys & Girls Club of South Park

Rocky Mountain Rural Health

Family & Intercultural Resource Center

Summit Community Care Clinic

Grand County Rural Health Network

Summit County Community & Senior Center

special initiatives

Keystone Science School – A second-year grant to coordinate the CATCH after-school program in Summit School District. Lake County Pre-Collegiate Program – a first-year grant to Lake County School District to hire a program coordinator to motivate, support and encourage first generation college students to graduate high school and pursue post-secondary education.

DONOR ADVISED DIRECTIVES / $29,546 GRANTED (Recognizes funds awarded directly by Donor Advised Funds to causes of their choice.)

THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION PARTNERSHIP WITH VAIL RESORTS EPICPROMISE: $170,000

B BGV BMFA BMFE C D Fl Ft H K LH Lo LW M Pl POSC Si St Sw T W

The Brown Family Advised Fund Breckenridge Grand Vacations Advised Fund The Breckenridge Music Festival Administration Reserve Fund The Breckenridge Music Festival Endowment Fund The Howard and Sue Carver Health Fund The Dobbs Family Fund Finkel Family Advised Fund Follett Advised Fund The Highlands at Breckenridge Advised Fund The Keltner Family Fund The Breckenridge Music Festival Louise Henderson Chair Fund Louis Family Advised Fund The Lenzmeier/Williams Advised Fund The Millisor Family Fund The Brian G. Platte Memorial Advised Fund PeakOne Surgery Center Advised Fund The Douglas and Nancy Sims Family Advised Fund The St. Anthony Summit Medical Center Fund Swedish Family Advised Fund The Jack and Pat Thomas Advised Fund The Wurster Family Fund

*notes funding solely provided by donor advised fund(s)

(These grants are included in the previous descriptions and awarded amounts) Colorado Fourteeners Initiative – Quandary Peak project and Leave No Trace education program. Early Childhood Options – Healthy Child Care program. Education Foundation of the Summit – “Ready to Learn” project and teacher grants. Summit County Youth and Family Services – Mountain Mentors and the prevention program for youth. Summit School District – Full day preschool program. 12 |

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The Summit Foundation Takes Initial Steps to Restructure Grant Process and Measure Outcomes Throughout 2014, The Summit Foundation’s Board of Trustees worked diligently to identify ways the organization can restructure grantmaking and better measure the impact and outcomes of grant allocations. With the guidance of Mission Spark, a consulting firm specializing in this area, board members reviewed best practices in grantmaking and outcome measurement and met with donors, board members and area nonprofit organizations to identify outcome measurement processes that would provide information on the impact of The Summit Foundation grants and the corresponding programs of our community nonprofits.

The overall intent of this initiative is to better quantify the impact of our grants - ultimately to grant smarter. We anticipate that this Initiative will enable The Summit Foundation to better demonstrate the impacts of our grants to our donors and communities, as well as to measure how well we are performing against our stated Mission of “…improving the quality of life…in Summit and neighboring Communities.”

As a result, The Summit Foundation redefined the funding categories into five key “impact areas”. Through these impact areas, The Summit Foundation intends to be able to measure and communicate the impact of our grantee initiatives.

The full implementation of this Outcomes Measurement Initiative will be gradually and carefully phased in over several grant cycles.

New Impact Areas Current Grant Categories that may fit in the respective Impact Area Foster Healthy & Safe Communities Health & Human Services Create Bright Futures for Children & Youth Education, Health & Human Services, Sports & Recreation Encourage Community Engagement & Enrichment Art & Culture Create Thriving Adult Communities Education, Health & Human Services, Sports & Recreation Promote Environmental Stewardship Environmental Stewardship 13 |

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For more information on these impact areas, and their effect on grant applications, contact Executive Director Jeanne Bistranin at 970-453-5970.

YOUTH GIVING COUNCIL / $19,805 GRANTED Comprised of students from the Summit High School Leadership class, the Youth Giving Council was created by The Summit Foundation in Fall 2012. Since inception, over $38,000 has been distributed by students to organizations and groups that support Summit County youth. The group focuses on teaching youth about philanthropy while allowing high school students to participate in the grant process.

Family & Intercultural Resource Center – Cooking Matters class for 15 youth. Friends of the Summit County Libraries – Summer Reading internship program. Frisco Elementary School/Silverthorne Elementary School Counseling – Buddy Bench program. High Country Conservation Center – Composting in the Schools internship program.

In December 2014, members of the Youth Giving Council and Elisabeth Lawrence, The Summit Foundation Events & Marketing Coordinator, presented at the Colorado Association of School Boards Conference. The conference was held at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and had representatives from school boards across the state of Colorado. The Youth Giving Council presentation focused on why youth philanthropy is important and ways to start a youth based philanthropy group. 2014 Youth Giving Council members included Levi Ascher, Valentina Blass, Jamie Byers, Emily Carlson, Meagan Collins, Morgan Courtney, Brian Curnutte, Rachel Fitch, Diana Gasiouk, Natalie Gray, Drew Hartley, Megan Heil, Genna Hiller, Sam Hull, Blair Huntley, Tom Kalina, Kaleigh Klass, Claire MacMurray, Joy Manguso, Cait McCluskie, Maddie O’Malley, Max Ortiz, Bailey Radek, and Josue Razo.

One participant in our program at the Keystone Adaptive Center was a student at Summit Cove Elementary, approximately 8 years old. This was his first year skiing. He has cerebral palsy and struggles with speech, balance as well as fatigue. He started the season in January unsure about skiing, making

Keystone Science School – 4th grade Astronomy Program with Summit School District. Mountain Top Children’s Museum – Education based School Break program for elementary kids. Silverthorne Elementary School – Reading Recovery Intervention Program. Summit Advocates for Gifted Education – Assistance with a three-part student, parent, educator workshop. Summit High School Behavior Department – Tiger PRIDE program for recognizing student achievement. Summit High School Health Education – “Moving Minds” classroom transformation.

two or three runs off the magic carpet. Throughout the season, he began open-

The students awarded grants to these groups for the following projects:

ing up. By the end of the ski season, he was asking to come ski and everyone

After Prom Committee – Headline entertainment.

knew him in the office. It was amazing—he skied from the top of Keystone

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance – Enhancements to the Highline Railroad Park, in partnership with a local Boy Scout.

youth giving council

to the bottom! It was awesome to hear his excitement and the instructors’ and parents’ excitement for how incredible the difference was from his first day to

Summit High School IT Department – “Save the Cart” program. Summit High School Special Education Department – Funding for families of students participating in Adaptive Ski Program. Summit High School Theatre Construction Tech Lab – Professional woodworking equipment.

his last.

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center – Scholarships for local students to attend Adaptive Ski Program.

Continental Divide Land Trust – Funding for SHS student focus groups in relation to impacts to students as a result of the Highway 9 Re-Alignment Project.

Summit Middle School Student Council – Positive Behavior Interventions and Support program.

The assistance of the Youth Giving Council enabled these youth to have these

The Cycle Effect – Summit Mountain Challenge Race Fees for 10 or more high school female racers.

Upper Blue Elementary – Reading Recovery texts for qualifying first grade students.

great experiences skiing just like any of their friends or family members. Thank you once again for your valuable support.

Dillon Valley Elementary – Classroom Document Camera.

Summit Wrestling Booster Club – Equipment scholarships.

Upper Blue Elementary Faculty – Mindfulness Program for professional development.

Dillon Yacht Club Junior Sailing Club – one man monohull dinghy.

– Kendal Oakleaf, Keystone Adaptive Center Manager Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Summit in Honduras – Water filtration project support for Spring 2015 student trip to Honduras.

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Thanks to Vail Resorts, Copper Mountain Resort and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area for providing The Summit Foundation the opportunity to sell one additional patron pass with transferable ski privileges specifically to raise funds for the Youth Giving Council.

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Partners for a Stronger Community

Additional Scholarship Recipients Levi Ascher Ousmane Ba Rachel Barton Duncan Biggin Megan Costello Grace Cottrell Cole Currier Daniel Daigle Erik De La Cruz Dominick DiLallo Rita Foth Kai George Davis Gidney Joel Gomez

SCHOLARSHIPS / $230,011 AWARDED 87 members of the 2014 class at Summit High School were awarded $338,000 in scholarships on April 7, 2014. The Summit Foundation and its partners provided 57 Summit High School students with $122,600 in scholarships. Ten of the scholarships awarded by The Foundation were distributed through a joint program with Summit County Government. Since 1991, The Foundation’s scholarship program has awarded more than $2.3 million to local high school graduates.

2014 Scholarship Recipients Summit High School

scholarships

Albert/Krainz Vocational Scholarship

Tyler Blackford

Copper Mountain Resort Scholarships

Daniel Proctor, Karly Rose

LK Foote Memorial Scholarship

Meghan Walsh

McIntosh Scholarship Michael Magnuson The Merriman Family Foundation Scholarship

Patrick Gruber

Brad Odekirk Memorial Scholarships

Calais LeCoq & Anne Parker

Outstanding Achievement and Leadership

Nick Cousino

Summit County Garden Club Scholarship

Josh Braun

Summit County Rotary Club Scholarships

Nikita Mamochine, Gabriela Marquez,

Kyle McCormick, & Christina Montgomery

In 2014, a record $230,000 in scholarships was awarded to 99 local high school graduates pursing

Kristin Erickson, Angela Przekota, & Freddy Sarmiento

Theobald Women in Engineering Scholarship

Rita Foth

post-secondary

The Summit Foundation Four-Year Scholarship

Max Ortiz

education.

Valedictorian Duncan Biggin 16 |

Jamie Peterson Sabastian Ramos-Seguel Dana Rampini Kelsey Riordan Noah Sadler Micah Svenson Cinthia Valderrama Billy van der Hoeven Christopher Vangsnes Meghan Walsh Madison Webster Lillian Weldon Nicholas Wittrock Fatima Zuno

KSMT “The Mountain” Communication Scholarship Dale Lockard Vocational Scholarship Tyler Blackford Community Connection Monthly Scholarships Cole Currier Tessa Gunnin Reena John Melina Mueller

Summit County Government Scholarships

Summit High Academic Opportunity Scholarships

Salutatorian Nick Cousino

Heather Guntekunst Hannah Hart Megan Heil Olaf Infante Megan Jorgenson Andi Laidlaw Isidra Luna Michael Magnuson Nikita Mamochine David Metzger Christina Montgomery Herson Olivares Sanchez Cristina Alexis Ortiz Anne Parker

Always Mountain Time Scholarships In November 2007, The Anschutz Foundation and NRC Broadcasting (now named Always Mountain Time) established a scholarship fund through The Summit Foundation. Through this fund in 2013, $20,420 was awarded to 13 seniors at Summit High School and neighboring community high schools. The scholarships are awarded through their two mountain region radio stations, KSMT and LIFT 106. Scholarships were awarded to the following students:

Dominick DiLallo Joel Gomez Patrick Gruber Heather Guntekunst

Meg Heil Dale Lockard Meghan Walsh Madison Webster

Julia White Nicholas Wittrock

Neighboring Communities $16,000 was awarded to nine graduates that attended high school in the communities of Leadville, Fairplay, and Kremmling. Lake County High School Ryan Morrison Whitney Tatarek

West Grand High School Sarah Vance Cody Volt

South Park High School Jackson Bullock Chris Carpenter Kelby Dyc Shannon Hessler Billie Margheim

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Community Connection Monthly Scholarships Ariel Bowman Lexie Sutcliffe Sarah Vance Nicholas Wittrock

Sophomore Scholarships In July, The Summit Foundation awarded $31,000 to 16 college sophomores to continue their pursuit of post-secondary education. 2013 graduates of Summit High School, Lake County High School, South Park High School, Vail Mountain School and West Grand High School that received scholarships from The Summit Foundation for their freshman year were eligible to apply for continuing education scholarship awards. Congratulations to these recipients: Makayla Lorch Shane Arnold Jessica May Alexandria Benes Sara Metzger Nic Berry Crystal Perkins Kellie Cochran Carly Prochazka Evan Feldmann Wade Rosko Brett Huntley

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The LIFT FM Agricultural Scholarships Anastasia Cunico Nicholas Ritschard

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Courtney Seaboldt Sydney Stein Charlotte Truesdell Miikkalin Wickman

2014 Philanthropy Award Recipients

I would like to thank you for your support years ago as a Summit High School graduate. I was granted a scholarship in 1999 to obtain a bachelor degree. Since then, I have completed veterinary school, and work as a veterinarian in the Fort Collins area.

Additional sophomore, junior and senior college scholarships were awarded from donor advised funds established at The Summit Foundation. These awards totaled $34,800.

Thank you for helping me pursue an education and allowing me to serve the Colorado community. – Talia Agone

The Lenzmeier/Williams Advised Fund Robin Harris Grace Lincenberg Francisco Holquin

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1999 Scholarship Recipient

My first semester at UNC was everything I expected and much more. Not only did I

Fred Terens Memorial Scholarship Fund Javier Pineda

end up with a 3.81 GPA, but I also got to meet new friends and help my community. Thanks to you, I was able to focus on my academics and being a part of the Greeley

Donor Advised Fund Partnership Luisana Pacheo

community through volunteering. – Sebastian Ramos-Seguel

Cultivating Students of Agriculture Scholarships High Country Conservation Center established a scholarship program, Summit CSA (Cultivating Students of Agriculture) with The Summit Foundation to support interns in the sustainability program at Colorado Mountain College. These funds totaled $2,875.

2014 Summit High School Pre-Collegiate Program Graduate

Thank you for renewing my scholarship for my sophomore year and continuing to support my academic endeavors at Cal Poly. I truly appreciate the scholarships I

Congratulations to these recipients: Alanna Brock Keith D’Angelo Seth Haan Virginia Hammock

received as they have made my aspirations of attending an out-of-state university a reality. I cannot express enough gratitude for the personal support and encouragement I receive from The Summit Foundation and the community. – Kellie Cochran 2013 Summit High School Graduate

The Summit Foundation Four-Year Scholarship Previously allocated four year scholarships continued for two students: Alejandro Cuadrado (Class of 2012) Madison Gross (Class of 2013)

I am attending CU Boulder as an Aerospace Engineering major. This has been a long-time aspiration of mine and your generous gift has helped me obtain that goal. Without the help of this scholarship, attending college would simply not be possible for me. I want to thank you again for your support. – Micah Svenson

Outstanding Board Member Sha Miklas

2014 SUMMIT COUNTY PHILANTHROPY AWARDS

Outstanding Citizen Brian Edney

The Summit County Philanthropy Awards program annually recognizes and honors individuals, organizations, businesses and corporations for the time and money contributed to causes of their choice. Every November since 1991, this event has followed a national and statewide trend of recognizing philanthropy.

Outstanding Community Organization Lake Dillon Theatre Company Outstanding Educator Ashley Smith

Awards are presented in recognition of outstanding contributions in 11 categories: Board Member, Business, Citizen, Educator, Community Organization, Professional in a Nonprofit Organization, Philanthropist, Volunteer, Youth, Youth Mentor, and Community Collaboration.

Outstanding Professional in a Nonprofit Organization Nubia Sanchez Dr. Oliver Stonington Outstanding Philanthropists Laura & Jerry Dziedzic

In its 24-year history, 242 individuals, families, businesses and community organizations have been honored for their tireless work to improve the quality of life in Summit County through their commitment to the community through varying entities. Held at Keystone Conference Center, the 24th Annual Philanthropy Awards were sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank and Climax Molybdenum Company.

Outstanding Volunteer Sue Rodgers Outstanding Youth Ben Hull David Olbright Outstanding Youth Mentor Jeff Westcott Community Collaboration Award Conexiones

To nominate a community member for a 2015 philanthropy award, visit summitfoundation.org. Nominations are due annually in early October.

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Visit www.summitfoundation.org for a complete listing of philanthropy award recipients since 1991.

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2014 ANNUAL CAMPAIGN DONORS January 1 – December 31, 2014

Anonymous (58) James and Lorraine Adams Mark and Polly Addison Arthur and Pamela Albin* Angela Alford Alpine Sports Alpine Ventures LLC Michael Altenberg and Libby Bortz James Altman Murray and Marlene Altman Always Mountain Time AmazonSmile Foundation Glenn and Lynn Amstutz Rae Anderson* Antler Foundation AON Foundation Matching Gifts Program Arabella Boutique Arapahoe Architects, P.C. David and Katherine Armstrong Olin and Åsa Armstrong Chuck and Joedy Arnold Leah Arnold Jeffrey and Rita Aron Bob and Amy Arzbaecher Dave and Bonnie Askeland Tony and Melanie Atkinson Larry and Mary Augustyn Avalanche Electric Services Corp Gil Avidar Chip and Dorothy Babbitt Michael Babnik and Vera Dawson Brownell Bailey Baird Foundation Chris and Dawn Banas Bank of the West Penny Banks Bob and Judy Bannon Ed and Joan Barksdale Mark and Candace Barnes Mike and Maureen Bartel* Karl and Suzanna Barth Chris and Astrid Bassett Dick and Linda Bateman

Tom Bauder Sandi Beard Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Edward Becht Dick and Kathie Becker Amy Beckett Larry Beebe* and Cyril Bacani Larry and Barbara Bellatti Jerry and Terri Belver Benson Mineral Group, Inc. Jeffrey Bergeron and Ellen Hollinshead Jason Berman Robert Bernhard Debra Bernstein-Siegel Gene and Jolie Berry Mike and Nita Berry Peter and Suzanne Berry Robert Berry and Colleen Briscoe Ken Bershtein and Michelle Hopkins Nicolas and Alexandra Bianco Joshua Blanchard and Christopher Alleman Brian and Heather Blankenmeister Blue River Sports Dick and Chris Bochan Body Essentials Pilates Keith and Barbara Bond Ken Sauerberg and Kate Boniface Bernie and Judy Bottomley Bottomley & Associates Lisa Bova Jeff and Emily Boyd Joseph and Loray Brady Barbara Brandt Breckenridge Associates Real Estate LLC Breckenridge Building Center Breckenridge Dental Group Breckenridge Distillery Breckenridge Grand Vacations Breckenridge Lands LLC Breckenridge Music Festival Breckenridge Ski Enterprises, Inc. Walter and Janie Briney Randy and Mary Brooks

Arlene Brown Phillip and Janelle Brown Susie Brown Tom and Claire Brown Doug and Peggy Brown Bill and Marilyn Brown Ethel Bruns Jay Brunvand Warren Buettner Durk and Margaret Buffington John and Kerry Buhler Rick and Janis Bunchman Zachary Burd and Rachel Yaffe Art and Marilynn Burger Jeff and Lori Burke Linda Bush and Terra Lee Dale and Patricia Butler Bob and Lynn Butts Thomas and Gloria Byledbal Russ and Judy Camp Barbara Campbell Gary and Barbara Campbell Laura and Josh Campbell Patricia Campbell and Nick Smith Richard Campbell Timothy and Linda Campbell Campbell Construction Jeff and Kathy Campeau Frank and Sue Cannon David and Divya Cantor Dick and Cathy Carleton Paul Carney Tony and Mary Carosa Janet Carter Howard and Sue Carver* Brad Case Tim and Patti Casey* Ed and Alison Casias Rick and Tracey Cassard Chris and Jennifer Cawley centennialbank John and Katie Champoux Lee and Lee Chandler

James and Julie Chandler Dayton and Anne Marie Chapin Charles L. Read Foundation Kenneth Chernoff Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Don and Sandy Chisholm Paul and Diane Chodkowski Roger and Jeanne Christensen Alan Ciamporcero and Carolyn Sachs Cinderella Service, Inc. Painting Michael and Joyce Clary Scott and Jennifer Cleary Ann Morrison Clement Jack Cochran Alan and Susan Cohen Jay and Diane Cohen Coldwell Banker Rounds & Porter Real Estate Rick and Barb Cole Michael and Esther Coleman Colorado Mountain College Colorado Mountain News Media Colorado State Bank and Trust Mortgage Columbine Hills Concrete, Inc. Comcast Spotlight Community First Foundation Brett and Sarah Connor Cary and Marsha Cooper* COPIC Medical Foundation Copper Mountain Resort Doc and Ann Cornwell Dan and Barb Corwin Marshall and Sharon Costantino Gary and Mary Cary Coughlan Courtney Family Bob and Terry Craig Ed and Anne Crane John and Caroline Crider Sally Croker Richard Croteau Gail Culp Jeffrey Cummings David and Cathy Cunningham Stephanie Cunningham

Ronald and Joanne Curtis Mike and Betsy Cuthbertson Bob and Alison Cutter Mike and Pat Dahly Eric and Shannon Dahman Randolph and Roberta Dakan Mark Daley Thomas and BJ Daniel Dan and Janice Daniels Daniels-Houlton Family Foundation Don Dankner and Susan Propper Curt and Tracy Dankof Brian Moriarty and Joan Davids Mindy Davidson Thomas Davidson Blake and Toni Davis Gene and Gretchen Davis Keith and Tana Davis Rich and Theresa Davis Robert and Carolyn Deal David and Kristen DeAngelo Wiley and Patricia DeCarli M.A. Deen Nicole DeFord Pete Deininger Raymond and Alice Del Savio Amy deLeon Marshall Denkinger and Caroline Falkenburg Rolf and Judy Dercum Don and Diana Dettmering Michael and Jan Devereaux Devon Electric Don and Maggie Dew Bob and Christine Dickemper Brad and Mary Dickerson Ross and Heidi Worth Dickstein Jack and Mary Jo Dippel Jerry and Cheri Divine Hap Dobbs Shelly Doggett James and Sandra Donlon Robert and Nancy Downey Robert N. & Nancy A. Downey Foundation

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Terry and Toni Drabant Tamara and Russell Drangstveit Wally and Maggie Ducayet Mike and Anna Dudick James and Janice Dudley Richard Dunn Family Foundation Don and Donna Dusen Jenna Dziedzic Jim and Betsy Dziedzic John and Linda Ebright Chris and Myra Eby Edney Family Foundation John Ehrmann and Karen Rutledge Earle and Kimberlie Eidenire Scott Eisen El Pomar Foundation Butch Elich Candy Elkind Berni Ellingson Rick and Shawna Emarine Steve and Sue Enderlin Stephany Epps Sam and Gala Eppstein Dennis and Mary Erickson Jim and Cindy Ernst James and Joan Estelle John Estes and Norma Horner Alan and Maureen Evans The Everist Company Peter Fantry Chris and Judy Farrell Dave and Jane Faubion Bradd Faxon Thomas and Beth Fay Dave and Michelle Feavel Dave and Terry Fee Nancy Fegley Geoff Feldesman and Dominique McLerran Blake Feste Thomas and Kathleen Fingleton Reggie Fink Paul Finkel Susan Fishman Bruce Fitch and Gini Bradley Dan Fitzgerald and Andie Gordman John and Jean Fitzgerald

Bruce Flegal Tony and Barbara Flitcraft Bob and Laurie Fobes Robert and Nancy Follett* Follett Corporation Thomas Foote Mike and Terri Fordyce Fred and Susan Forman Aimee Forsberg Whitney Foster John and Patricia Fouhy James and Martha Freeman Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold, Inc. Gerry and Annette Fricke Karen Frisone Tom and Patty Fry Tom and Sally Fry Jonathan and Andrea Frykholm James and Marlene Fugere Fred and Ellen Fulkerson Gary and Sherry Gaede Tim and Ann Gagen* Joseph and Mary Gajewski Gary and Genia Gallagher Ken and Jane Gansmann The Samuel Gary, Jr. Family Foundation Maryann Gaug Jerry and Marge Gavenda* Carrie Geden Erwin and Adele Gelfand Larry George and Karen Wyatt Donald and Helen Gerstein Phil and Barbara Gibbs Robert Gibbs Greg Gidden Bill and Susy Gillilan Linda Ginsberg Michael and Rosemary Ginzberg Bob and Marian Giordano Al Gipson Leigh Girvin Robert and Judy Girvin Robert Girvin Bob Glarner James Glaser and Jeanette Liang Doug and Tracy Glass

John and Judy Goebel Diana Goldstein Robert and Carole Goodman Victor Goodman Roy and Linda Goodwin Jeff and Danielle Gordman Bob and Elly Gordman* Bill and Marianna Goslau Michael Gottlieb Todd and Sherilyn Gourley Cameron and Deborah Graham John Graham and Lorin Lear Jeff and Karen Grant George and Nancy Gray Kelie and Dan Gray Reginald and Pamela Gray Mark Greaves and Lilia Corpuz Fred and Judy Green* Jerry and Joanne Green Suzanne Greene Steven and Susan Greenwood Greer’s Appliance Center Gordon Gross and Lisa Oliano-Gross Rick and Susie Grossman Jim and Kathy Grotemeyer* Neil and Beth Groundwater George J. Gruber Construction, Inc. Henry and Jan Gruver Denny and Jane Guletz Thomas and Stephanie Gunderson Jon and Judy Gunson Carol Gutter Bonnie Guthrie Tom Hackett Nick and Anne Hackstock Robin Hadley Hadley & Lyden, Inc. Rick and Linda Hague* Jim and Laura Hahn Brian and Linda Hall Terry and Kathleen Hall Albert Halverstadt and Susan Weeks Jean Hammes Jim and Jeanie Hammond Rich Holdman and Millie Hamner Randy and Mary Ann Hampton

Tom and Aggie Hand Michael and Pam Hanley Don and Jeanette Hansen Gordon and Mary Harnett Phil Harris Russell and Susan Haskell John and Diane Hatfield Robert and Elizabeth Hatlestad Lex and Mitzie Hawkins Jim and Judy Heinze Norm Helm Law Offices of David A. Helmer, LLC Mark and Jeri Heminghous Brent Henry Lee and Peg Henry Al and Terry Hershey James and Donna Hesketh Larry and Pam Hicks High Country Healthcare, P.C. High Country Lodge Higher Ground Earthworks Larry and Charlotte Hill Tom and Donna Hillin John and Maggie Hillman Tom and Gigi Hillyer Robert Hinderholtz Mike Hipps and Sandra Willis William and Irma Lou Hirsch Chuck and Katy Hirt Jeff and Nancy Hitz Paul and Sarah Hitzhusen Joseph and Jean Hodges Dick and Sue Hodges Dave Hodgson Bruce and Barb Hodson Steve and Deb Hoefer Bill and Doreen Hofbauer Marc and Marilyn Hogan* Frank & Louise Holmes Trust Eddie and Molly Hood Grover and Maidee Hope Kevin and Susan Horan Stephan Horlak and Polly Koch Joan Manley Houlton John Hug Janet Humphrey

Donald and Diane Hunt Roy A. Hunt Foundation Pat Hutson* and Peggy Bartko Steve Huyler Jeff Hyman Jack and Karen Hynds iFurnish Infinite Scope, Inc. Joe and Mary Lee Irwin Frank and Myra Isenhart Merrill Jacobson William and Claire Jacobson Kathleen Jenkins Daniel Johnson Daniel and Kate Johnson Dustin and Kayla Johnson Laura Johnson Paul and Jennifer Johnson Warren and Becky Johnson David and Phyllis Johnstone Randy and Myrna Jones Kelli Jones Bob and Marj Julian John and Lydia Jumonville Betsy Kadow William Kagey Mark and Lauren Kahn Jayn Karl David and Leslie Katz J.B. Katz Lucy Kay Phil and Julie Kazimier Daniel Kazzaz and Audrey Corson Matt Keele Joe and Chong Keenan Raymond Keith Robert and Margot Keith Cleveland and Evelyn Keller Annette Kelly Larry and Linda Kelly Tom and Nancy Keltner* Keltner Family Foundation John and Pat Kennedy Anne Kern Keystone Neighbourhood Company William Kiester and Joanie Brewster

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Dick and Nancy Killian Fred Kinat and Diane Jaynes Don and Jane King Jon Kirkpatrick Tom and Mary Ann Kisker Jeff Klein Elizabeth Kleinlehrer Bill and Margie Klesse Jonathan and Susan Knopf Sharon Koblinsky Glenn and Erika Kolod Elmer and Doris Koneman Dave and Cyndi Koop George and Peggy Kornreich Kimber Korsgaard Ronald Kovac Glen and Georgia Kraatz Frosty and Julie Krause Aleda Kresge Dennis and Lyn Krueger Fred and Candia Kruse Terry Kryshak Diane Kubicek and Rusty Brewer Sam Kuller David and Paula Kummer Michael and Jeaniene Kurth Hans and Sandy Kuschnerus William Kyrioglou Dennis and Julie Lacerte Steve and Sandy Ladin Randy and Nona Lander Maxwell Lane Anita Lange Vince and Suzanne Lanuza Ron and Patrice Lara Steve and Pat Larson Robert and Kelley Lau Ted and Jean Lawson Brandon Lee Ken and Nickie Lee Paul and Janet Lee Rex Lee and Jane Shaffer James Leibold David Leigh Jeff and Sherri Leigh Thomas Lemcke

David and Donna Lennon Chuck Lenzmeier and Valerie Williams Charles Leonard and Liz Adams Michael and Sandy Levine Ed and Jami Levy Andy and Sally Lewis* Paul and Kathy Lewis Richard and Esther Liesemer Eric and Judy Lindblad Jim and Marybeth Lintzenich Steve and Amy Lipin Neil and Rhonda Lipson Gary and Marilyn List List Family Foundation Sally Liu Ryan and Whitney Long Tom and Mary Ann Looby Fred and Linda Lord David Low Bob and Diane Lowe Kathy White Loyd Lumina Foundation for Education, Inc. Mike and Jenny Lundin Greg Lynch and Maggie Lifland John and Janne Mack Macy’s Foundation Mike and Julie Magliocchetti Robert and Susan Magrino C.H. and Laurie Maguire Andrew Main Doug and Patty Malmquist Mike Mangelsen and Susan O’Connor Taylor and Anne Manley David Manwaring Daniel Marion Tom and Darlena Marmins Gary and Phyllis Martinez Joanne Masica* John and Karen Mason Dave Matthews James and Laura McBride Raymond and Susan McBride Marci McCleneghan James McClintic Ann McCrerey McCrerey Construction, Ltd.

McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC McCullough Foundation Chuck and Kathryn McDermott Kevin and Cindi McDonald* Michael McDonald J. Kent and Mary McHose Bob and Jen McIntosh* John and Connie McKeague Kevin McLane and Michael Ragsdale Erin McNalen Craig McNeill and Joyce Copeland Jim and Kelly McShane Anne Mead Ed and Ro Means Drew Meirow Jim and Peggy Melhouse Frank Mencin Jonathan de Sola Mendes Barry and Judith Merrill George Merriman Sean Gatzen and Emily Messegee Barry and Wendy Meyer Mark and Karen Meyer Bill and Lisa Middlebrook James and Sharon Mikolitis Jeff Miles and Jennifer Pratt-Miles Merrill and Marsha Miller Rich and Carolyn Miller Bob and Bonnie Miller Bill and Joyce Miller Michael Millisor Rob and Amy Millisor* Jay and Miggy Monroe John and Lois Montague Turk Montepare and Deb Crook Bill and Bonney Moody Adele Morano Frank and Carole Morris Sandy Mortensen Lynne Mosbaugh Cliff and Carol Mowery Glenn and Jan Mueller Kirsten Mueller Ian Munro David and Ramona Murray Bill and Karen Musolf

Dean Myerson Nature’s Own Cheryl Nehme Thomas Neils Christopher and Lynne Nelson Ken Nelson and Maura Murphy Nils and Sue Nelson Richard and Carol Neslund Kathy Neustadt Sharon Newman Clark Nicklas Daniel and Sarah Nicoli Larry Niedergerke and Joyce Stucker Per Nilsson Richard and Colleen Norris Terry and Valerie Novak Roman and Olha Nowakiwsky Jack and Aleene Nyquist Jim and Tina Oberheide Al Lau and Evie O’Connor Lau Anne Marie Ohly Olson Family Jack and Pam O’Neil Peter O’Neill David and Gail Ordun Chris O’Reilly Chris and CJ Ornes Tim and Carolyn Orwick Greg Oswald David Owens Geoff Palmer Distinctive Woodwork Roger and Sue Paluska Don Parsons Todd and Lisa Pasquin Gini Patterson Ed and Dawn Paul Nick and Barbara Payne Peak Yoga PeakOne Surgery Center, LLC Garry and Kathleen Peiffer Kara Penn David and Karen Perez Terry and Teresa Perkins David and Rhona Pessel Tom and Nancy Petillo Pat and Lisa Pfeifer

Aaron and Laurie Phillips Jim and Kaylon Phillips Yves and Cary Piecoup Dan Pinewski Jim and Anne Pinion Pipeline Strategies Charles and Debra Pitman Charles and Karen Pitts Tim Bicknell and Laura Pless Peter and Rebecca Podore Adam and Anne Poe Potts Family King and Susan Pouw Todd and Tracy Powell Jack and Cathy Prenner Amy Priegel CPA, LLC David and Karen Pringle Jeff and Kathy Proctor Koger Propst Bob and Jane Provorse Dick and Jan Putnam John and Kathleen Radey Ted and Brandy Radey Dirk and Leslie Raemdonck Peter and Donna Raich Mark Rasch Sol and Kay Raso Scott Raub Dave and Ann Ray Jeff and Nancy Ray Dave and Marilyn Raymond Real Estate of the Summit, Inc. Thomas and Sandra Reece William and Suzanne Reed Christopher and Lynette Reedy Jim and Maureen Reis Relish George and Kathryn Resseguie Stuart and Marty Richardson Dale and Sarah Richardson Sandy and Gail Richardson Richmond, Sprouse LLC Michael Rifkin and Maura McCarthy Rightpath Investments & Financial Planning, Inc. Norman Ringhand* Rockridge Building Company

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Rocky Mountain Anesthesia & Consulting Services, PLLC Gary and Susan Rodgers Christine Roe Jack Roehm Adam and Ellen Romeiser Cold Water Creek LLC Melanie Rosa David and Kelly Rose Jules Rosen and Debra Fox Richard Rosenblatt and Martha Houser Alison Ross Rossetter Foundation Terry and Debra Ruckriegle Dan and Joyce Ruderman Michael and Kelly Russo Bob and Jane Rutherford John Rynes and Mary Lou Johns John Sabal and Joan-Carol Brigham Bob and Trudy Sage Robert and Lois Sailors Bob and Cathie Salipante Al and Jarisse Sanborn Steve and Sheila Sarovich John and Vicky Saunders Mike and Linda Savage Roy and Fran Savarick Jon and Nancy Sawvell Allison Saxe Sayler-Hawkins Foundation DJ and Jen Schappert Alan Scheibe Bill and Jennifer Schenk Paul and Claudia Schickler Marc and Joelle Schlesinger John and Kathleen Schnobrich Andy Schoeneman Frank and Jen Schrage Jeff Schroeder and Sue Hobrock Mike and Maggie Schroeder John and Donna Schubert Richard and Jette Schuh Allan and Marcia Schutt Norris Scott Bruce and Katharine Seaboldt Mark Brunner and Karen Seater

Steve and Karen Shackles Steve and Trish Shapiro Family Foundation SharpShooter Spectrum Venture LLC Jim and Rosanne Shaw Gail Shears Kevin and Stacy Shelden Steve Shepard Neil and Regina Sherman Hollis Shumway Sandra Shutler Nate Free and Lisa Siegert-Free Siloam Stone, Inc. Constance Silverman Dorothea Simmons Charlie and Carol Simpson Doug and Nancy Sims Peter and Maria Sims Allison Simson Merritt and Martha Singer Roger and Martha Sippel Ski Country Resorts Barry and Laurie Skolnick Ray Skowyra and Marianne Short Kristian and Amy Slaugh Milton Slepkow and Shellie Rosser Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Brian and Jane Smith Kevin and Monika Smith Stephen and Marsha Smith Steve and Sandee Smith* Jim and Geralyn Smitherman Maree and Jim Sneed Clark and Ellen Sole Martin and Maxine Solomon Karla Solum Pete and Joani Sowinski Jim and Rebecca Spearot Chad and Nancy Spears Mark and Carolyn Speese Mark and Deborah Spiers Bruce and Judy Spinney Pat Spitzmiller Chip and Cherie Stadjuhar Matthew A. Stais, Architect, PC Ray Steele Stinky and Karen Steinbrink

Deborah Steiner David and Marnie Stelzer Duane Stewart Stewart Title of Colorado, Inc. Mary Stoer-Wenger Norm and Renee Stoller Anne Stonington Roger and Donna Stork Alexandra Storm Eric and Tami Strand David and Betty Street David Stroeve Stuhr & Associates, LLC Cheri Sugal Don and Mickey Sullivan Summit Dental Group Lynn Sustad Brad and Katherine Sutherlin J. L. Sutterley, Architect, P.C. Steven Swaim Steve and Kathy Swanson Joseph and Gene Swedish Roger and Caye Swift Martha Tableman June Walters and Stace Tackaberry Cheryl Tatro Brad and Talby Taylor John and Pat Taylor Jack Taylor and Ann Marie Damian* Team Evergreen Bicycle Club, Inc. Donald and Susan Telage THEO Executive Group Robin and Patricia Theobald Alan and Jean Thiel Jack and Pat Thomas Buck and Jean Tippins Joe and Lin Todey Gregg and Molly Tompkins Jason and Mindy Tonn Carter Townsend Del Bush and Emily Tracy Tom Trahey Jim and Marty Trisler Russ and Janey Trowbridge Carol Tschupp Twist

Harold and Debbie Tyber Ron and Linda Uhle Janet Ulrey and Carl Richter David and Tiffany Underwood Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Valdoro Development, LLC Valdoro Mountain Lodge Owner’s Association Raymond and Elizabeth Van Wagener Bob and Karen Vanderkooi David and Karen Vaughn Stephen and Linda Venturoni Huib and Francine Vriesendorp Ed and Patty Wahtera Jack and Edde Walker Christian Wallace Patrick and Ann Wallace Sue Walter Amy Lou Waters Kurt and Patricia Weber Pete Weidler Victor and Donna Weiler William and Carol Wells Steve and Karen West West Brown Huntley PC The Westerhoff Family Foundation, Inc. Eric and Ann-Mari Westerhoff Barry and Maureen Westerland Western Pipeway Bryan and Sue Whitcomb Brad and Erin White Charles and Linda White Don and Karen White John and Marci Whitehead Henry and Mary Wiethake Harry Wild Joe and Mary Wilhelm Greg Wilkins Gary Wilkinson and Joyce Burford Larry Willhite Charles and Elaine Williams John and Laurie Williams The Williams Companies, Inc. Kent and Anna Willis Alan and Dian Wilson Jack and Jane Wilson

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Neta Wilson Jon and Jennifer Wischmeyer Ian and Coralie Witter Mike and Traci Wodlinger David and Melissa Wolf Jack and Wendy Wolfe Barbara Wolitzky Blair and Peggy Wood John and Kristina Wood David Woodland Ken and Linda Wright Larry and Lori Wright Hans and Mary Jane Wurster* Wyndham Vacation Rentals Tom and Gretchen Yager Joe and Joyce Yob Christine Yuhas Jeffrey and Deborah Zimmerman Bernie and Bo Zurbriggen *Recognizes members of The Peaks Society – individuals who have named The Summit Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate plan.

Thanks to more than 2,400 donors, $1.7 million was contributed to The Summit Foundation’s operating fund in 2014.

A bequest is one way to leave a legacy gift to your community. A bequest is simply a gift you make through your will or trust which indicates your desire to leave something of value toward The Summit Foundation’s future work. A charitable bequest can be a specific dollar amount or a percentage of the value of your total estate, a particular asset, a gift of stock or life insurance or even real estate. The Peaks Society of The Summit Foundation was established to honor and recognize the generosity and foresight of individuals who have planned for the future by designating a gift in their estate to meet ongoing community needs.

A planned gift may also be made through your IRA, a qualified retirement plan, life insurance, or a trust and your gift may be a percentage of your estate or a stated dollar amount.

Naming The Summit Foundation as a beneficiary in your will, trust, retirement plan, or insurance policy can be the simplest gift to permanently link your long-standing support to The Summit Foundation.

Some planned gifts can even provide an income stream to you or the person you designate, and may generate a current income tax deduction for you, the donor. In many cases, making a charitable planned gift can help your loved ones offset estate taxes.

The Peaks Society celebrates those who have made a commitment to The Summit Foundation to continue to support charitable causes after their lifetimes. Thank you to these individuals who have let The Summit Foundation know of their planned gift intentions. We hope others are inspired by their example. Current Members of The Peaks Society include:

Kenneth and Lauren Adams Jeanette Albert≠ Arthur and Pamela Albin Rae Anderson Mike and Maureen Bartel Larry Beebe Marilyn Beebe Bill and Lynne Byrne Howard and Sue Carver Tim and Patti Casey Cary and Marsha Cooper Robert and Nancy Follett Tim and Ann Gagen Jerry and Marge Gavenda Bob and Elly Gordman Robert Graham Fred and Judy Green Jim and Kathy Grotemeyer Rick and Linda Hague

Marc and Marilyn Hogan Pat Hutson Tom and Nancy Keltner Andy and Sally Lewis Dick≠ and Joanne Masica Kevin and Cindi McDonald Bob and Jen McIntosh Robert E. Miller Rob and Amy Millisor John Boyd and Debra Mitchell Rick and Pam Oshlo Dave Patterson Bradd and Kasey Provorse Norman L. Ringhand≠ Steve and Sandee Smith Jack Taylor and AnnMarie Damian Hans and Mary Jane Wurster ≠ deceased 24 |

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Gifts of all shapes and sizes are welcome. The spirit behind every gift is the same. If you have made a charitable estate gift to The Summit Foundation, or are considering making a planned gift to recognize The Foundation, please consider informing The Summit Foundation so we may also recognize you as a member of The Peaks Society. Beyond preparing a gift to The Summit Foundation and informing us, members have no obligations. To learn more about planned giving and/or The Peaks Society, contact The Summit Foundation’s Director of Development Kasey Provorse.

Thank you for considering The Summit Foundation in your legacy planning.

In 2014, nine donors notified The Summit Foundation of their planned gift intentions, increasing membership in the Peaks Society by 35 percent.

This estate gift has been dedicated to a new board-designated fund within The Summit Foundation’s Endowment Fund, The Peaks Society Fund, which recognizes the legacy of individuals like Norm that have made planned gifts to The Summit Foundation. The Peaks Society Fund will make annual distributions of 5.0%

IN MEMORIAM: Norman L. Ringhand Leaves his entire estate to The Summit Foundation In 2014, The Summit Foundation began accepting a significant gift from Norman L. Ringhand. Norm Ringhand passed away on April 7, 2014 at his home in Frisco, Colorado. He was 71 years old. He left his entire estate, valued over $1 million, to The Summit Foundation.

of the value of the Fund (determined by the Fund value at The Summit Foundation’s fiscal year end, currently September 30) in grants to local nonprofit organizations. Through this Fund, disbursements to nonprofit organizations will be augmented in semi-annual grant cycles and the Grants Committee will be encouraged to make recommendations to the Board of Trustees on the greatest needs in the community.

Norman graduated from the University of Montana in Missoula with a B.S. in Forest Management in 1966. He entered the army in service to his country through the ROTC program as a 2nd Lieutenant on Aug. 2, 1966, where he served in Vietnam as part of the Army Corps of Engineers as a combat engineer until his honorable discharge on Aug. 21, 1968, as a 1st Lieutenant. Norm received many honors including the Purple Heart for a wound he received during his service. After positions in Madison, Wisconsin and then in Santa Fe, N.M., Ringhand relocated to Frisco in 1978 where he worked for Robillard and Associates. After Robillard, Norm created Ringhand Engineering and Management and through this enterprise he served as the District Administrator of the Snake River Water District in Keystone. He worked for the district from 1984 to 2002. During his tenure, the River Run Base area at the base of Keystone was developed. Lt. Norman Ringhand was proud of his military service. He always flew the flag above his front door. Norm always wore his dog tags and some medals on Veteran’s Day. His friends would often hear stories of his service. Norm also loved cars. During his early years in Frisco he purchased a Model T from a friend. He enjoyed his cars a great deal and would drive them during parades and take his nieces and nephew for rides. He eventually donated his Model T to the Frisco Historical Society.

This Fund allows immediate community impact for those who make planned gifts to The Summit Foundation, particularly when the donor has not communicated to The Summit Foundation a specific intention for their gift. Proceeds received through bequests, stock transfers, annuities, trusts, retirement plans or insurance policies may be directed to The Peaks Society Fund. In addition, donors may choose to designate any remaining assets in their donor advised funds to roll into The Peaks Society Fund after their death. The Summit Foundation is honored by the generosity of Norm Ringhand and 60 others who have notified The Summit Foundation of their planned gift intentions. The Summit Foundation invites others to follow Norm Ringhand’s legacy in dedicating these kinds

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profound philanthropy deserves profound recognition The cornerstone of The Summit Foundation’s fundraising efforts is the Patron Pass program, anchored by transferable season ski passes generously donated by: Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Beaver Creek Resort Breckenridge Ski Resort Copper Mountain Resort Keystone Resort Vail Mountain

Ski Resort Contributions Build a Stronger Community Thanks to the generosity of Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Beaver Creek Resort, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Keystone Resort and Vail Mountain, the Patron Pass Program has been the cornerstone of the fund-raising efforts for The Summit Foundation. The contribution of transferable ski privileges has created a partnership between The Summit Foundation, Vail Resorts, Copper Mountain Resort and Arapahoe Basin, and illustrates the commitment each of the ski resorts provide to support vital and treasured services in our community. The partnership translates into participation by ski area representatives being part of the grant award process and giving back to the Summit County community. Anchored by the transferable skiing privileges, which are provided complimentary to The Foundation from the above resorts, the Patron Pass Program earned $1 million in funding for The Summit Foundation in 2014. This funding represented a significant portion of the $2.2 million awarded by The Foundation and its partners in 2014. As the 2014/2015 season began, the 301 passes allocated to The Summit Foundation were fully committed for the third year in the organization’s history. In December 2013, the ski areas allocated one additional medallion to The Summit Foundation specifically to raise funds for the Youth Giving Council’s mini-grant allocations. This allocation continued for the 2014/2015 season. The Summit Foundation is extremely grateful to the ski areas for extending this additional pass and providing a specific purpose for its revenue. The Summit Foundation thanks the ski areas and all of our donors for your commitment to our community and the support received by The Summit Foundation through the Patron Pass Program.

For more information on the Patron Pass Program and additional benefits offered by the program, contact The Summit Foundation’s Director of Development Kasey Provorse or visit summitfoundation.org.

In 2014, contributions from 216

donors helped

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sell out of the 301 transferable ski privileges that were provided pro-bono by the ski areas through the Patron Pass Program,

raising over $1 million to benefit our mountain communities.

holiday gift in honor of Chris and Deb Coles Jan Coles holiday gift in honor of Geoff Feldesman and Dominique McLerran Carolyn Bill holiday gift in honor of Michael and Jenny Lundin Peter and Colette Johnson Paula Parker - holiday appreciation to 2014 clients: Nils and Sandra Albert Mark Duda and Janet Burns Darren and Karen Brungardt Bob and Linda Davis Emily Davis Matt and Kristen Fox Dave and Helena Kinton Doug and Lindsay Lesch James and Heather O’Donnell Mike Owen and Kate Taylor Robert Rall and Hilary Downes Jimmy Repsher and Holly English Allen and Bridgett Thompson Megan Vander Tuin Chris and Angie Van Schoick

in honor of Bob and Nancy Follett Gary and Phyllis Martinez Dennis Johnson - in honor of client closings: Duane and Jennifer Doucette Stuart and Kim Connell Marcus Gustafson Mark Holland Mike and Jenn Kambesis Laurie Murray Nathan Ramsay Mark and Marilyn Reyes Tony and Jennifer Reynolds Bob and Emily Shaheen Phil and Joanne Sherburne in honor of Drs. Dave Koulkol and Gale Gilroy, and Leland and Janice Reitz Terry and Kathleen Hall in honor of Lake Dillon Theatre Company Bill and Sandi Bruns in honor of Elisabeth Lawrence Leigh Girvin Maureen Hyland in honor of Lisa’s parents 91st and 94th birthdays Glen and Lisa Brozovich in honor of Kevin McDonald Ryan Krueger and Meredith Manning in honor of Mike Millisor’s birthday Bruce and Shirley McIntosh in honor of Ashley Smith Dana and Cindy Bargell in honor of David and Wendy Twing Dan and Barb Corwin in honor of Brandt Vanderbeck Dot Vanderbeck in honor of Mark A. Vogel Tom and Sally Fry in honor of Lee Zimmerman Robin Hadley

annual campaign donors

in honor of Glenn and Lynn Amstutz and Jim and Lorraine Adams Dick and Mary Anne Johnston in honor of Bruce Cameron and Cathryn Michon Bernie and Bo Zurbriggen in honor of Jan Coles Chris and Deb Coles in honor of Cary and Marsha Cooper Michael and Erin Rotgin in honor of Doris Derickson John and Candace Derickson in honor of Kent Desmond, Paul Desmond and Margaret Kostiner Bonnie Kirschenbaum in honor of Dr. Harold Dobbs Joseph and Penny Lammert in honor of Jerry Dziedzic Jeff Kirkman and Molly Perkins in honor of Brian Edney’s philanthropy award O’Brien and Associates, Inc. Real Estate

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in memory of Max and Edna Dercum Alf and Sunni Tieze in memory of Dr. June Dobbs Joseph and Penny Lammert in memory of JoAnn Dufty Kim Dufty in memory of Angela Leibold James Leibold in memory of Christy High Mike and Maureen Bartel Les and Carol Clarke Copper Mountain Ambassadors Joel High in memory of Mary Lou and Leonard C. Hoeft Joey Terriquez in memory of Bill Simon, MD Richard and Ellen Rozehnal in memory of Luke Slottow Steve and Kathy Corneillier

2014

EMPLOYEE GIVING PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS

2014 Holiday/Honor/Memorial Gifts to Annual Campaign

January 1 – December 31, 2014

Arapahoe Basin Steve Abrams Jon Davis Abramson Alicia Ahumada Brittney Allen Christian Anderson Zachary Andrada Jakob Baudin Jessica Beal Cynthia Behr Joanna Benjamin Pierce Bertot Jessica Binion John Briggs Catherine Brosius Paul Burin Kevin Caldwell Joseph Cancelli David Carlton Gabriel Carlton Jack Carter Oliver Carter Nicholas Cassell Jay Chambers Lindsey Clark Brianna Clarke Mary Comer Mary Cone David Corrigan Erin Cox Amelia Crofut-Brittingham Kirsten Davis Luke Davis Carol Davies Matthew Deller Leon Desmoineaux

Olivia Diaz-Henschke Bryce Doolittle Andrea Doyen Jared Drake Jeffrey Erickson Paul Felix Austin Fellenz Eric Ferguson Greg Finch Tim Finnigan Stacy Forest Nikos Galpin Plattner Chase Gardner Bryn Gavan-Hamady Scott Gerhart Kerry Gibson Odell Giner Joseph Gleiter Jana Goins William Goins Nicholas Grasso Jesse Greenarch Christine Gustafson Marc Haaland Daniel Hansen Christopher Harangozo Ryan Harris Alan Henceroth Deric Hickey Leigh Hierholzer Colin Hill Peggy Hiller James Holzem Roxanne Hoover Abby Horton James Howard

Charles Hughes Ryan Hutchens Frederick Ihnken Mark Jacobson Samuel Jarvis Megan Jennings Katherine Jordan Alex Julian Austin Kammerer Seth Karlsrud Peter Kim Aaron Kirkpatrick Sarah Kopicky Levi Krey Alison Kulpa Mitchal Larson Steve Laube Nicholas Lauer Jeff Leigh Sean Linehan Alyssa Lockwood Cristhian Lozano Arroyave Alfred Maclay Stephanie Matlock Robert Martin Rylan May Stephen Mayo Rebecca McDill Matthew McKee Iain McMullen Marsha Miklas John Miller Ian Morton John Munoz Maggie Murray Kristina Nayden

Jacob Nelson Zach Newton Victor Niewoehner Kristina Okker Maxwell Potratz Neil Powell Michael Phillippi Brian Ransom Darrell Ray John Ray Bronson Riseng Benjamin Roberts Matthew Rogers Julieana Rusnak Ron Rusnak Brad Russer Christopher Rybak James Sanders Judd Santry Elizabeth Schofield Brady Seaver Landon Sengelman Chad Shelton Raymond Louis Skowyra III Jacob Sleppy Deacan Spierling Shafer Story Toni Sullivan Theresa Szeliga Glenda Tarran John Timmons Lillian Tobias Maureen Torphy Steve Trout Kristy Ulrich Ryan Verrette

employee giving

Brenton Vinson Gabriele Walser Madeline Walton Neal Watercutter Diana Westcott Steffany Wildbrett Jeremy Wilson Thatcher Wilson Jarrod Wright Alex Zago

Bank of the West Michelle Atteberry Jeremy Gay Dustin Johnson Linda Nelson Kirsten Mueller Blaze Panariso

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Brittney Allen Jesus Alvarez Katrin Anderson Robert Anderson Bob Barto Justin Benoit Jordan Blair David Branch Ian Brown Josh Burget Michael Cardone George Carson Aureliano Cazares Corbin Chambers Robert Chambers

Jeffrey Clark Jacob Compton Calley Coon Connor Cotton Currie Craven Kevin Daily Joseph Davis Leslie Day Robert DeCorah Bela Del Valle Cody Dollar Joshua Donato Reeta Echevarria Mark Edwards Guadalupe Fabian Robbi Falkner Thomas Fink Alysha Frayser Laura Fuhrman Vince Garner Gloria Gates Brandie Gruidl Samantha Hadley Michelle Hair Tim Halverson Kristi Haner Todd Hayes Blake Helton Eric Hibbard Bruce Horii Matt Hunker Steven Hyle Luke Ilardo Brian Jansen Justin Jarratt Lindsay Jones

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Victoria Julian Emma Keefe Nicholas King David Knakal Krishan Kumar Adam Laughlan-Bowlby Cole Lelli Jennifer LeNoie Laura Libby Darren Lindstrom Santiago Lopez Diaz Nick Lynch Kelsey Malin Maria Andrea Mandri Alyssa Marchiori Nicole Marine-Yutesler Roger Markel Mitchell Marquardt Barbara Martin Agustin Marturet Chelsea McDonald Pamela Monteverde Ryan Murphy Jason Nelke Jacob Nelson Matt Nichols John Northcutt Susan O’Brien William O’Brien Lauren Palmore Christian Pappas Deanna Patrick Madison Perez Edmund Pilling Jay Poucher Eric Powell

Wilbur Pyn Kevin Rathjen Mary Richmond Daniel Roberson Crystal Robertson Andrew Sall Whitney Sarco Sharon Schoeffield Timothy Schrader Susan Schrotenboer Brent Schuhmacher Larry Seely Stephen Sharpe Anne Shingler Trent Smart Jill Smeltzer Jennifer Smith Leigh Catherine Snodgrass Jessica Stackhouse Emily Staffier Jenelle Strole JuanBautisto Sutberry Christian Swenson Steven Taylor Colleen True Jessica Tyson Brian Villamor Benjamin Vincent Kelly Virgin Charlotte Walker Andrew Wallace Audra Walston Anthony Watford Zephyr Wazallann Kathryn Weldon Blake Whetstine Kyle Whitney Ryan Wilhelm Damon Williams Ross Williamson Eric Wu Jacob Young Mindy Zablocki

Breckenridge Grand Vacations Kaira Adam Vin Aghili Diego Agostinho Arsenio Aguiera Elizabeth Aigner Maria Alfaro Cazares Rachel Allen Stephanie Alley James Altman Kaci Anderson Laura Anderson Melany Arnot Alison Arrington Bob Askew Peter Baldwin Daniel Bannach James Barry Carl Bauer Jeremiah Beal Nicole Beal Sarah Beckman Steve Bednarski Andrew Beeson Ryan Behnke Sean Berg Bradford Beverlin Tracey Beverlin Brian Binge Ashley Blasingame Hannah Blount Jennifer Bondurant Kathyrn Boothby Cornelius Bouma Olena Brack Krista Bradford Jason Bretz Stephanie Bristley Christine Britton Raymond Britz Scott Britz Saxon Broadwell Kyle Brochu Priscilla Broomall Daniel Brouwer

Tarah Brumley Jill Campbell Sue Carlson John Carter Jessica Carver Dana Christiansen Hilary Chu Catherine Cochran Andrew Cohen Greg Cohen Kate Connelly Isabel Cordoba Terri Cotter Rachel Cousins Jeremy Crowson Sorayda Cox Bryan Cunningham Ryan Cupples Kimberly Dawson Nicole DeCesare Eleanor De Leon Karmelia Dickey Mike Didonato Adam Dolly Nick Doran Rebecca Doster Michael Doyle William-Paul Draper Rick Drennen Michael Dudick Mike Dudick Irene Dukala Jenna Duncan Lori Dwyer Nathan Dwyer Robert Ehlert Michelle Ellis Ashley Erickson Matthew Erickson Elaf Ernst Myloe Esquivel Maureen Evans Carre Fabel Jake Fagerstrom Roger Fawcett Bradd Faxon

Stephanie Fearer Brandon Filkins Meghann Flanigin Samuel Floyd Amir Foy Jolene Fredericks Andrea Frye Daniel Fuhrman Jonathan Fulton Martin Gall Jesus Gallardo Cathy Galvez Laura Garcia Irina Garner Vincent Garner Robert Gibbs Adam Gillespie Allyson Giordano Lisa Giovanelli Scott Gisborne Timothy Gleason Kerri Gold Nicholas Gonzales Jeff Goodenbour Alexander Gower Christina Griego Ashley Griffiths Deborah Grosse Karen Hackett Michelle Hair Kendra Hall Brant Hansen Robert Hayden Adrienne Haydu Michael Hayes Megan Heil Brent Henry Kelly Hepburn Brent Hill Gary Hodges Melissa Hoffman Amy Hoffmann Mathew Hogan Brad Hohlfeldt Cheryl Holland Ron Holland

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Kaitlyn Hollman Bradley Hoving McKenzie Howrey Ryan Huff Dia Hunt Patrick Hurley Jane Hyeon Robert Ilano Amy Jabkowski Sean Jarvis Katelin Jarzab Kerry Jenkins Adam Jensen Kelly Jensen Abbie Johnson Daniel Johnson Kayla Johnson Sarah Johnson Theron Johnson Gregory Jordan Lizeth Jurado Thomas Keesling Kristin Keller Patrick Kerwin Jason Khuu Karah Kidger Christopher Knudsen Monica Korol Amy Kozar Deb L’Estrange Katie L’Estrange Aaron Largent Agnes Las Amanda Lasowecky Alessandra Lehan Christopher Leigner Mary Scarlett Lewark Jeffrey Lewis Carmen Leyva Jason Libby Laura Libby Tyler Lindblade John Liner Joanni Linton Shae Loomis Allison Loparo

Christopher Luberto Eric Luberto Brenda Lueker Kevin Lynch Valerie Lypson Tom MacPhail Morgan Mahala Michael Mancini Richard Marchiori Daniel Marx Nick Maschmeier Keath Masick Kristin Mason Sarah Masseria Nik Mathews Cole Maurer Nathan McAllister Cindy McChesney Lorin McClure Talya McDougall David McEnery Kellen McGinnis Melinda McGowan John McKusick Trish McNerny Caitlin McQuade Stephanie Medved Drew Meirow Hannah Metzger Marla Meyer Beth Michko Allan Miller Kevin Milligan Aaron Minglin Lia Montanez Shankara Montanez Dyana Morain Krista Morgan Trevor Morley Jaime Morris Lauren Morrow Ralph Mottinger Nubia Munoz Robert Navratil Linda Nelson Melissa Nester

Hong Nguyen Heather Nimityongskul Eduard Nita Deborah Norton Cheyenne Nystrom Eric Olson Pete O’Neill Grant Pakis Jon Paul Sara Paynter Richard Pease Phillip Pinto Norma Posada Larios Nicole Raciboski Regina Racuch Bradley Ragan Daniel Ramirez Lee Ramirez Andrew Reges Stephanie Reuter Morgan Robinson Eniel Robles JR Roberts Kyle Rocco Lynn Rohde Sity Roslan Karen Rothrock Nicholas Rush Kenny Rzonca Maria De Lourdes Sanchez Espejel Lauren Schreiner Amanda Schulte David Schumacher Jessica Schumacher Jolene Scott Daniel Seaberg Leslie Sherwood Jeff Shibley Amy Slaugh Samuel Snow Mara Sobeck Rachelle Sostheim Daniel Spiecher Ernest Spiliotis Matthew Steffen

employee giving

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Richard Stone David Stroeve Taylor Stucker Josh Stuhr Raina Suydam Karla Swintz Steve Swaim Chris Tabb Petra Tibbitts Colin Timm Mary Anne Torongo Kimberly Tramontana Richard Tramontana Deborah Turner Kristin Turner Kathryn Urban Kendra Viar Ginny Vietti Petra Vlcek Mackenzie Voorhees Amber Waddell Aubree Wagner Ryan Walters Allison Watson Katie Watson Shannon Wehner Candace Willett Scott Wilson Leslee Winter Robert Wise Christopher Witsil Christine Witzke Eli Yoder Christine Zimmerman Heather Zuhl

Ryan Ahearn Samuel Alexander Kelsy Allington Alicia Allison Ryan Allison Luis Altamirano Rosas Miguel Alzamora Aedo Brian Anderson Thomas Anglin Scott Anthony Anthony Aragon Tyler Arkell Jessica Arnston David Ashe Jaron Atwell Ellen Augsburger Thomas Bache-Wiig Brandon Back Eric Backes Bradley Bailey William Bailey John Banker Donnis Bard Ronald Barr Carol Barrons Joseph Bartl Canaan Bartz Steven Beem Elizabeth Bellenir Jordan Bellissimo Christopher Benedict Zachary Benedict Leslie Beninato Robert Bennett Bartholomew Berggren Jay Berino Joshua Berland Jared Bernard Elena Bernlohr Dalton Bevill Gary Bezer Graeme Bilenduke Derek Blann Matthew Blauert Benjamin Bobbitt Shauna Bocksch

Korlyn Bolster Adam Borich Lindsay Borich Brent Borrow Laura Bouzarelos Brennan Bowling Lindsay Bowman Phillip Brady Brian Brakebill Isreal Bravo Barry Brock Samantha Brookes Zebulon Brooks David Brown James Brown Kiersten Brown John Bruno Amanda Buffon Brandon Bulanek Brett Bullock Devin Burch Bryce Burgett Jonathan Burk Bruce Butler Susan Byers Jeff Cahill Cindy Cajthaml Wayne Calderone Shantell Caldwell Francisco Camacho Addison Canino Vincent Capaccio Michael Cappola Gabriela Cardoso Cunha Stefanie Carlsen Amanda Carlson Jacob Carothers Bonnie Carpenter George Carson Ryan Carty Wayne Caruolo Eamon Case Kimberly Casey Todd Casey Marlano Castro Mejia Gregory Cavanaugh

Jeren Cdebaca Cole Challand Belen Chavez Scott Cherry Alexander Chopski David Christy Robert Chuckran Molly Clark Karen Clayton Michael Cleary Sarah Clement Cecilia Clendenes Salazar Timothy Clute Cherie Coccia Donald Coleman Shelby Collins Kimberlee Collinson Bryon Colvin Tyler Comodor Jerry Conley Sarah Connors Alexander Contreras David Cook William Cooney Isaac Corona Christen Costa Frank Costantini Thomas Cox Michael Craig John Cronkhite Kate Crosby-Blakeway Christopher Crowell Phillip Crump Timothy Cumming Arrow Cunningham Dan Danford Hannah Davis Matthew Davis Scott De Palma Agustin Delger Shawn Delmonte Samuel Devlin Lauren Dines Dmitri Dodge Juliann Doessel Harrison Doll

employee giving

Combined Federal Campaign Catherine Cunningham Cheryl Schlis

Copper Mountain Resort Jens Aarnaes Forrest Adair Michael Adams Giancarlo Aguero Huaranga

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Mike Donlon Charles Dreebin William Duffy Katheryn Dumais Matthew DuVal Benjamin Dvorak Richard Dziomba Michael Earle Michael Easler Jacob Eastwood Randy Eaton Ryan Edwards John Elias Jeffery Elliot Blake Elrod Matthew Elston Brittany Engelking Alexander Epstein Christopher Eskesen Brooke Etnyre Kevin Evans Meghan Evett Margaret Faessen Amanda Farr Daniel Farrenkopt Robert Fay Michael Finkbiner Stephen Finlan John Finley Lise Fleury Jeremy Flick Jeffrey Flores Colcas Brendan Foley Travis Follansbee Dustin Ford Santiago Frias Silva Allison Friesen Corey Fritts Joseph Funderberg Adrian Funderburk Brooklynn Gaines David Garcia Jesus Garcia-Castro Don Gardey Laurel Gardey Roxanne Garlington

Noah Garrison Lucas Garverick Kristin Gauthier Benjamin Gebhardt Andrew Geene Elden Geer Patrice Geer Kay Geitner Lara Getz Madelyn Giannavola Krystina Gibbs Sean Gilson George Gipson Stephen Glaeser Patrick Glenn Dale Glover Mary-Lynn Goberis Michael Goodman-Scheper Carol Gordon Diane Gordon Dusty Gordon Heather Gossett Whitleigh Gough Sonny Gower Madeline Grande Jeff Grasser Christopher Gray Kathi Gray Jonathan Greenwood Brad Grohusky John Guardino Jonathan Guertin Jason Gusaas Michele Gutierrez-Mohar Zachary Haas Elias Hakim Derek Hamlin Kyle Hammack Matt Hammell Joanne Hanson Kevin Hanson Elisa Hardy Bryan Harmon Zan Harper-Duffy Jessica Hathaway George Hawkins

Timbrelyn Haycraft Tyler Hayden Michael Healy Alexandria Heim Charlene Heinning Westley Henderson Lloyd Hendry Jason Heney Zachary Henry Bradley Herman Charles Hescheles James Hesse Cassandra Higgins Casey High Colin Hill William Hoagland Richard Hodges Joseph Hodgins Ryan Hollander Coly Hope Josselyn Howard Kristine Huff Hailey Huffman Steve Hultquist Steven Humphrey Michael Hurwitch Riley Huss Zachary Husted Ronald Hyatt Nicholas Iott Christopher Irwin David Jacobs Nathaniel Jacobsen Skyler Jacobson Chris Jensen Alex Jimeson Benny Jockel Ken Johnson Ryan Johnson Wingate Johnson David Johnston Tyler Johnston James Jones John Jones Teresa Jones Victoria Jones

Keith Jutras-Fox Mitch Kaman Vicki Kaman Don Kanagy Andrew Kaplan Doreen Kaplan Stephen Karp Iva Katz-Hesse Kelly Keefer Christine Keelan Kevin Kelble Liesel Kent Nicholas Ketner Matthew Keys Trent Kies Eric Killins Chelsea Kimball Justin King Morgan Kirsh Chandra Kleinhans Doug Knispel Lyle Knudson Susan Komarek John Kortyka Mark Kramer Melinda Krasowski Andrew Kubica Matthew Kusar Carolyn Lamar Brandon Lambert Nicole Lampman Ryan Landis Alice Landreville Chris Landry Jillae Langman Jessica Lapka Dylan Larney William Law Shane Lawler Wesley Leckie Bradley Lehmkuhl Edwin Lehrter Trevor Lehto Teala Lengfeld Dallas Leonard Jennifer Levey

Eitan Lewin Joel Lewis Paige Lewis Jerry Li Puma Lance Li Puma Mary Lou Li Puma Emily Lindsay Joshua Lindsay Katherine Llewellyn Jacob Loebe Timothy Lonergan Meredith Long Raymond Longuski Joshua Lopez Fred Lord Mike Lott Matthew Lovas Chris Lovely Dustin Luce Benjamin Luchow Steven Luckesen Jason Lunsford Mary Lynch Will MacCarty Joel Maduro Derrick Maestas Susan Mager Paulina Makaraska Danielle Malone Mary Malone Michael Manson Micheal Marcotte Jared Markowitz Rick Marlette Luke Marling John Marta David Massing Mary McCann Dorothy McCarthy-Star Karlen McCoy James McDermott Shawn McDonald Clare McEnerney Michael McFarland Michael McFetridge Kyran McGrath

Martha McKerchie Ron McNaughton Samantha McNerney Austin McVey Donnie Mechalke Ram Mikulas Mark Miller Sean Minogue Steve Misch Brian Misner Kevin Mitchell Robert Moffett Chantel Mongiello Robert Monnaville Joshua Monroe Felipe Morales Diane Moser Joseph Moser Christopher Mulholland Christian Mullins John Munfield Max Murphy Patrick Murphy Megan Murrow Bryan Mussler Roger Mutz Thomas Nagle Jared Napoleon Mauricio Natario Frederick Nelson Greg Neumann Adam Newcomer Emily Newell Christopher Norgard Jennifer Nottingham Eric Noveroske Flann O’Brien Kristen O’Brien Catherine O’Donnell Thomas O’Hara Sara Oratowski Cristian Ortega Jon Orthmeyer Thomas Osborne Brandon Ove Donald Overbeek

James Owens Trent Owens Farrell Oxley Roman Ozana Gabriel Pacella-Hazelton Brooke Pahler Jared Panozzo Axel Papa Randi Paquette Ian Parker Ryan Parnes Ian Patch Dylan Patterson Charles Payne Rebecca Pechinski Gabriel Perez Nigel Peterson Adam Phares Amanda Phillips Andrew Pierce Patti Plummer-Lott Ryan Poe Alex Pomfret Angela Poon Justin Presciutti Lauren Prigge Allyn Proffitt Jeremy Pruitt Joseph Quarantillo Christopher Quinn Cristina Ramirez Tanner Ramsey Erik Rasberg Eric Redner Dillon Reed Dwayne Reed Erika Reilley Kelly Renoux David Repsher Lauren Resnick Francisca Reyes John Reynolds Monique Reynolds Benjamin Rhoads Benjamin Rhoden Natalie Ricks

Steven Rigaux Daniel Riley Timothy Ritchie Casey Robertson Garrett Robinson Fernando Robinson Flores Charles Rochon Gary Rodgers Kyle Roge Benjamin Rogoff David Rose Devin Rose Jonathan Rosen Michael Rosenfeld Cory Roth Briana Rottinghaus Jeffrey Rozler John Ruben Michael Russo Michael Ruygrok William Ryan Brittany Sacco Timothy Sailors Carter Sales Alexandria Sandi Alex Sassoon Dustin Schaffer David Schaut Jesse Schenk Luke Schentrup Carol Schmidt Sharon Schoeffield Wes Schumaker-Reid James Schutz Parker Scott Wendy Scott Dennis Seabourn Kaleb Sedlock Jordan Selby Johanna Serino Bethanie Shortt Neil Silver Anna Simescu Josef Simon Parker Simpson Daniel Sintas

Zachary Skibinski David Skowron Nickolas Slaton Susan Slepin Stephen Sloan Kyle Smartz Charles Smith Jeffrey Smith Joshua Smith Mallory Smith Marcus Smith Thomas Smith Whitney Smith Amber Snyder Barry Snyder Utsov Som Roy Michelle Spair Erica Spas Austen Stark Rachael Starr Richard Stehli Alaina Stenberg Kris Steuber Donald Stockwell Darwon Stoneman James Stovall Lee Strand Walker Stripling Jacob Sullivan Jarrod Sutherland David Swanzy Stephanie Sweeney Christopher Sykes David Taladay John Talley Cody Taylor Stephen Taylor Cody Thayer Emily Thayer Eric Thomas-Hill John Tiess Jared Timmer Benjamin Titzer Micah Tomlinson David Tornow Kimberly Trembearth

Liz Tritz Jesse True Landon Ulrich Mark Urban Steven Urich Jeremy Van Andel Otto Van Geet Cory van Gulden Jason Van Hoesen Erica Vander Sande William Varas Danielle Vescio Agustin Villegas Steven Viola Justin Vogel Jesse Vonspreckelsen Scott Vosburgh James Voyles Nathan Waite Aaron Walker Jennifer Walker Andrew Walsh Sierra Walther Lin Wareham-Morris Patrick Warn Steele Henry Warrington Eringiri Watts Jordan Webb Shedd Webster Steve Weidenbacher Jeffrey Weinberg Alexander Weinert Justin Weir John Welsh Jeffrey Werbick Jonathan Wetzel Randy Wheat Erick White Grayson Whitehouse Taylor Wilkinson Austyn Williams Brian Williams Max Williams Donald Willoughby Amanda Wilson Scott Wilson

employee giving

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Gary Wince Calvin Wing Rebecca Wirth Caitlin Wolfe James Lee Wong II Tyler Wood Peter Woods Jesse Wright Nicholas Wright Corey Yaspan Jesse Yeagle Breanna Young Keller Young Lisa Yount John Zagoda Jessica Zdanys

High Country Healthcare Durant Abernethy Samantha Brady Elisabeth Brozovich Corrie Burr Colleen Clark Patricia Clark-Capo Benjamin Cole Amy Denzin Julie Draguns Meghan Flynn Shannon Foley Barbara Gain Katy Hunter Rhonda Koehn Audrey Steinke Jan Stephen

Deloitte

Johnson & Johnson

Andy Main

FirstBank Marjorie Biggs Jeff Campeau Dan Cooper Blake Davis Amanda Doebler Michelle Gempeler Mckenzie Goldsmith Alison Gosnell Theresa Kerkela Alexandria Latz Brandi Lightsey Terri Margolies Brady McMillan Candice Panariso Kyle Richardson Yanitza Rivera Lois Sailors Michael Shambarger Barbara Tilka Kyle Tucker

Dawn Bowden

Morgan Stanley Nancy Abrams

Red, White & Blue Fire Protection Destrict Matt Benedict Tim Caldwell Terence Campbell Herb George Jay Nelson Jackie Pike Bill Randall Ryan Roberts John Wiegand John Zeising

Susan Preaus Mayra Rojas Abraham Rostran Yubelli Salas Betty Sarber Jordan Schultz Brandi Thompson Sarah Vaine Graciela Valenzuela Rachelle Wagoner Dan Young

Summit County Government Robin Albert Keely Ambrose Todd Andrews Elvin Arrance Karen Bailey Jennifer Barchers Nancy Barclay Cory Bauernfeind Martha Bird Molly Boyd Beverly Breakstone Benjamin Britton Susan Brown Marc Burdick Tracy Burke Linda Burnett Stuart Carlisle John Champoux David Childs Laura Cisco Sarah Collins Donna Corbett James Curnutte Robert David Thomas Davidson Amie Davis Cindi DeAngelo Joyce Dierauer J.D. Donovan Lynn Donovan Soledad Drumwright Jerrie Easterly

employee giving

Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Anonymous

Barbara Schmid-Miller Gwyn Schmude Dawn Shafer Bridget Stacy Kathy Tavares Becca Wilkerson David Woodland

Keystone Symposia David Adamson James Aiken Katherine Banks Linda Cooper Heidi Daetwyler Jeannie Dalrymple Pamela Daugherty Chris Dean Amanda Deem Heather Ford Marcus Fresia Heather Gerhart Marion Hart Jenny Hindorff Linda Hrycaj Beth Johnson Jeff Lehman Phyllis McNeil Tanya Muller Allison Ogdon Jane Peterson Yvonne Psaila Mary Jo Roal Grace Roath

Summit Community Care Clinic Barbara Arbuckle Stephanie Barnett Kathleen Cowie Christian Diaz Zaira Dorantes Alicia Dunn Jenniffer Gonzalez Fadul Lori Bowman Becky Hodgell Christine Hoppe Colleen Ihnken Molly Lee Erin Major Karen Meza Dela Cruz Emily Millner Rachelle Nadeau Tamara Nelson Araceli Nguyen Silvia Nunez Ramirez Karen Ponds

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Marty Ferris Rich Ferris Gregory Flint Alma Frias Emili Garcia Dan Gibbs Julia Gidney Djiby Goloko Valerie Greenhagen Jon Hans Lisa Hans Alan Hanson Valerie Hildreth Lindsay Hirsh Ron Hochmuth Jeff Huntley Robert Jacobs Celia Johnson Sharon Jones-Bird Timothy Keeling Matthew Kendall Suzanne Kenney Katherine King Joy Klein Stephen Kolesarich Gina Lappe Gavin Larney Catherine Lawyer Skylar Lincoln Brian Lorch Lynette Margolis Gary Martinez Traci Matlock Craig Matthews Catherine Maybury Meredith McKissock Richard Moulis Michael Murdoch Caroline Murphy Zelene Nava Kathleen Neel Thad Noll Sally Nowak Brenda O’Brien Doug Pare Patricia Pare

Jesse Porter Shawn Potekhen Debora Price Sarah Provino Andrea Przybytek Deann Quintana Byron Rice James Roath Kay Robinson Mary Rovira Karen Russell Ryne Scholl Joe Ben Slivka Karn Stiegelmeier Julie Sutor Annie Swan Robert Swartz Mary Lou Taylor Emily Tracy Scott Vargo Nicole Wagner Bill Wallace Luke Wignall Rozlyn Wilder Lorie Williams Len Wise Alexandria York Kellie Zapata

Summit School District Robin Ackermann Lucy Adams Drew Adkins Shelly Aleshire Cathy Amsbaugh Susan Arrance Pamela Arvidson Jessica Barnes Hollyanna Bates Woody Bates Cathy Beck Thomas Beck Serenity Bell Dana Blanks Alicia Boles-Fry Patricia Bowers

Gregory Browne Kirsten Browne Henry Buckingham Bruce Buehner Elizabeth Buerk Kerry Buhler Sarah Buhler Kathryn Bunnelle Tyler Bunnelle Jenny Byrd Nadine Carter Amy Caruthers Katherine Catalano Jeffrey Chabot Jeri Chapin Jody Cheatum-Wilson Amy Jill Clark Carol Clark Mark Clark Tanya Coffin Paulina Cuadrado Kira Cunningham Sara Cutler Jamie Davis Leslie Davison Nuria de la Cruz Mena Aurora Dean Alisha Delamarian Jennifer Deloe Stephanie Dewing Bryan Donahue Pamela Donoher Alice Dudley Christine Duplan Erica Sue Ewald Kelly Finley Trisha Forman Megan Garlow Lauren Gazzolo Amanda Georgeson Alyssa Giger Ryan Gregory Joyce Grieser Deborah Griffith Molly Griffith Molly Guevara

Christine Hall Mary Hartley Julia Hastings Kyle Hausler Bruce Heath Amy Heflin Megan Heflin Jill Heil Renea Hill Jill Housh Dianna Hulbert Christi Morgan-Johnson Jonathan Johnson Joe Johnson Robert Johnson Kurtis Kalinna Linda Kasprsyk Tara Kelley Tricia Nicole King Helena Kinton Larry Kintz Kay Kirkland Betty Koenig Sylvia Koneman Mark Koob Charlie Krupanszky Leonard Kumar Randy Lawson James Lewis Melanie Linger Annie Love Karen Mack Keila Martinez-Guridi Laureen Mason Bethany Massey Ashley Maxwell Laura Maynard Julie McCluskie Theresa McGraw Jessica McNary Rebecca McNaughton Jocelyn Meltzer Sarah Merideth Michelle Metivier Jessica Michaels Crystal Miller

Karen Miller Stacy Miller Pamela Minard Joseph Mock Nickele Morgan Jessica Nelson Linda Null Bonner Nicholas Nyden Gail O’Malley Robin Lee O’Meara Beth O’Riley Heidi Pace Eugenio Perez Quijada Karen Perkins Amy Renee Poppie Frank Pruitt Kate Pruitt Elizabeth Pursley Mary Quinn-Bilenduke Susie Quinn-Fortner Mindy Regner Christina Rivera Maria Rodriguez Danielle Root Elizabeth Roush Mark Rydberg Patsy Sabados Manuel Salcido Alan Schmidt Katrina Schroeder Linda Seeling Michelle Sellers Linda Shea Cindy Sherve Maureen Shields Ashley Smith Matthew Smith Heidi Sodetz Joyann Sparks Molly Speer John Spierling Colton St. Peter Hannah Thompson Thomas Tighe Brett Tomlinson Steve Unger

Oakley Van Oss Erin Volk Anne Webb Lara West Ann-Mari Westerhoff Taylor Wilkinson Amanda Wilson Brittany Wilson Kelly Winkelmeyer Amy Young Paula Yunge Jamie Zupparo

The Summit Foundation Wanda Creen Terri Johnson Elisabeth Lawrence Kasey Provorse Lee Zimmerman

Town of Breckenridge Rebecca Austin Robin Avery Janene Ayer Michael Barney Leslee Bechtel Laurie Best Diane Brewer Cathy Boland Joanie Brewster Anne Chapman Jennifer Cram Thomas Daugherty Kim Dykstra Patrick Finley Leslie Fischer Sherilyn Gourley Shane Greenburg Peter Grosshuesch Scott Haden Shannon Haynes Rick Holman Vince Hutton Eli Johnston Mark Johnston Laura Kennedy

William Kiester Kari Killberg Tanner Krusemark Allison Loparo Laura Lynch Chris McGinnis Dennis McLaughlin Glen Morgan Michael Moser Tony Overlock Matthew Parker Richelle Parks Matthew Pellant Harry Pigsley Julia Puester Scott Reid Patt Reyes Dorothy Sabo Shannon Smith Stephanie Snyder Lisa Sockett Bill Springer Rush Stehlin Dale Stein Mark Truckey Lisa Webster Howard White Monica Zorens

Joanne Cook Paul Kulik Mark Leidal Tonda McArthur Lynn Schlough Susan Schulman Connie Williams

United Parcel Service Larry Adams Mark Amundson Jubal Bobb Pete Boerschinger Paul Brett Vickie Brewer Brian Brown Scott Bullock Charles Carter Larry Castleberry Margaret Fallon-Koehn Karl Gjovik Dawn Gorski Bryan Heppner Brandy Jackson Thomas Johnson Dan Kleckner Frank Klinger Alan Lofton Carrie Parkhurst Donald Oliveto Robert Quigley Jody Russell Keith Whisler Anna Wronewicz Mike Zakely

Jim Lagace Jan Losh James MacDonald Brian Pence Earl Picard Ted Piper Allyn Mosher Barrie Stimson Patricia Theobald Robin Theobald Ken Trausch Michael Turek

Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Kim Benedict Jodie Boyd Annie Bowen Mary Bryan Kathryn Campbell Adam Cook Erik Dorf Jamie Fisher Jeffrey Greene Jennifer Hamiel Holly Holden Diane Huffman Peter Janes Jean Leeper Katie Miller Amanda Orlandini Greg Poulter Jennifer Phillips Patty Price Kate Reaney Anne Smith Amy Trujillo Marna Walker Jody Webb

employee giving Town of Frisco

Vanessa Agee Jerrold Anton Keith Bilisoly Seth Blackmer Brodie Boilard Kimberly Cancelosi Bill Efting Peggy Faessen Linsey Kach Jocelyn Mills Bonnie Moinet Gary Moss

Town of Silverthorne Kevin Batchelder Jurgita Christoffersen

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Upper Blue Sanitation District Paul Boettcher Marjorie Borsina Greg Brown Andrew Carlberg John Ellsworth Wally Esquibel Josh Johnson Mike Koehn

Valdoro Development/ Hilton Grand Vacations Mariko Bird Benjamin Cosic Amy Freeman Sabrina Humphreys

Joe Large Alexis Missel Catherine Moran Cullen Moran Gena Osborn Faison Pickard Christian Ramirez Mike Schilling Gina Weeks

Wells Fargo Bank Jeffrey Chinnock Mariana Lopez

Xcel Energy anonymous (4) Mark Adams Jim Alfaro Todd Anderson Barrett Blair Heath Brewer Logan Brewer Frederick Bush, Jr. James Cook Aaron Couette Susan Davis Mark Griggs Paul Hage Christopher Hartig Jason Hayden Michael Hillman Kevin Johnson Amy Legace William Lindblom Katie Middleton Steven Moul Bruce Nielson Louise Perkins Milton Rasberry Ruth Rios Filiberto Saldivar Terri Shaw Loren Vawser Bradley Vitale Janice Vleit Terry Wolford

2014

Anonymous (4) AON Foundation Matching Gifts Program Olin and Åsa Armstrong Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Gene and Jolie Berry Mike and Nita Berry Breckenridge Distillery Susie Brown Rick and Janis Bunchman Tim and Patti Casey* Coldwell Banker Rounds & Porter Real Estate Colorado Mountain News Media Cary and Marsha Cooper* Copper Mountain Resort Ed and Anne Crane Chuck and Wanda Creen Thomas Davidson Hap Dobbs

ENDOWMENT FUND DONORS January 1 – December 31, 2014

Robert N. & Nancy A. Downey Foundation Mike and Anna Dudick Geoff Feldesman and Dominique McLerran Larry George and Karen Wyatt Bill and Susy Gillilan John and Judy Goebel Denny and Jane Guletz Brian and Linda Hall Michael and Pam Hanley Marc and Marilyn Hogan* Cleveland and Evelyn Keller Keystone Neighbourhood Company Fred and Candia Kruse Michael and Jeaniene Kurth Ron and Patrice Lara Elisabeth Lawrence Robert and Kelley Lau Chuck Lenzmeier and Valerie Williams Gary and Phyllis Martinez

McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC Kevin and Cindi McDonald* Michael McDonald George Merriman Sean Gatzen and Emily Messegee Rob and Amy Millisor* Turk Montepare and Deb Crook Greg Oswald Nick and Barbara Payne Pinnacle III, LLC Dan Pins David and Karen Pringle Bradd and Kasey Provorse* Sol and Kay Raso John and Kathleen Radey Rockridge Building Company Terry and Debra Ruckriegle Fred and Barbara Schiller John and Kathleen Schnobrich

Richard and Jette Schuh Doug and Nancy Sims Allison Simson Ski Country Resorts Kevin and Monika Smith Stewart Title of Colorado, Inc. Eric and Tami Strand Alexandra Storm Lynn Sustad Joseph and Gene Swedish Jim and Marty Trisler Twist Jack and Edde Walker John Woods, Jr. Jim and Susan Wright Joe and Joyce Yob

25th Anniversary gifts Mike and Theresa Campbell Mike and Anna Dudick Bill and Donna Wehner Lee and Sue Zimmerman

2014 Holiday/Honor/Memorial Gifts to Endowment Fund in honor of the engagement and marriage of Kasey and Bradd Rick and Susie Grossman in honor of Marsha Cooper’s birthday Barry and Fran Lazarus in honor of Cary Cooper’s birthday Barry and Fran Lazarus in honor of Lee Zimmerman Barbara Cole in loving memory of James Beltzer Dave and Michelle Feavel in memory of Dick and Shirley Bilisoly Joanne Masica* in memory of Jim Centlivre Chris and Sue Vincent in memory of Glenn Cooper Anonymous Phyllis Greene Arnold and Marilyn Miller Steve and Lissa Weseley

in memory of Carole Tomlinson Duncan Helen Tomlinson in memory of Barbara Galvin Brent and Terri Johnson Turk Montepare and Deb Crook Bradd and Kasey Provorse* in memory of Troy Jene Glasco Tim and Julie Glasco in memory of Mark Janes Jerry and Marge Gavenda* Summit Hockey Peter and Patti Janes in memory of Dick Masica Stephen and Sandra Bainbridge Jerry and Shirley Becker Alan and Karen Bell Bob and Marcia Blaszak Gordie and Lynn Boldt Art and Marilynn Burger Don and Betsy Burton



Camelot Homes, Inc. Howard and Sue Carver* Don and Diana Dettmering Dave and Betty Dixon Dobbs family Wally and Maggie Ducayet Dennis and Mary Erickson Bill and Clare Freas Neil and Katherine Geitner Bruce and Karla Given Roy and Linda Goodwin Chuck and Dyann Gray Tom and Aggie Hand Arnie and Shelly Henden Nancy Iacomini and Dan Donahue Barbara Jansen Zygmunt and Sharon Kwasnica Don and Marge Langmuir Barry and Fran Lazarus Andy and Sally Lewis



Linscomb & Williams, Inc. Gary and Phyllis Martinez Joanne Masica* Mary Masica Brian Moriarty and Joan Davids James Nalen and Juliet Galonska Phylecia Platte Bradd and Kasey Provorse* Nick and Donna Reuterman Bob and Jayne Schultz Andy Searls Ralph and Lila Stair Wayne and Patricia Steiner Norm and Renee Stoller Barbara Strauss Summit County Garden Club Charles Swanson and Debbie Campbell Warren and Judy Tate Ray Todd Jack and Edde Walker

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Patrick and Ann Wallace Nancy and Lawrence Warren Charlotte Weiler Bob and Pat Weinert Barry and Maureen Westerland Les and Faye Wilkes Charles and Elaine Williams Hans and Mary Jane Wurster* in memory of Fred & Erna Siemro Donna Siemro in memory of Luke Slottow Steven Ayres in memory of Becky Yarberry Andy Lapkass and Abbie Cobb in memory of Frank Zarlengo Bradd and Kasey Provorse* *Recognizes members of The Peaks Society – individuals who have named The Summit Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate plan.

Donor Advised, Scholarship and Agency Endowment Funds Since 1999, The Summit Foundation has been honored by the establishment of more than 40 Donor Advised, Scholarship and Agency Endowment Funds. Establishing an advised fund allows donors to make a gift to The Summit Foundation and then remain actively involved in suggesting charitable causes

In 2014, the following funds were held within The Summit Foundation’s endowment fund. Donor Advised Funds – families The Brown Family Foundation Advised Fund Brunetti Family Advised Fund The Howard and Sue Carver Health Care Fund The Dobbs Family Fund The Dudick Family Advised Fund Finkel Family Advised Fund Follett Advised Fund Hankison Family Advised Fund The Keltner Family Fund The Lenzmeier/Williams Advised Fund Louis Family Advised Fund The Millisor Family Fund Michael C. Millisor Advised Fund The Oshlo Family Fund Ty, Trent, and Kyle Pennington Advised Fund The Podore Family Advised Fund The Douglas and Nancy Sims Family Advised Fund Swedish Family Advised Fund The Jack and Pat Thomas Advised Fund The Wurster Family Fund

donor advised funds

to designate gifts. By creating a donor advised or

scholarship fund, a donor receives many benefits similar to those of a private charitable foundation but without the costs, administrative responsibilities and government reporting requirements.

In addition to donor advised funds, The Summit

Foundation administers agency endowment funds and dedicated funds for various organizations. These funds provide the opportunity for named

organizations to receive annual income from these

“endowed” investments, while providing a nest egg for the organization into the future. Such funds may be established within The Summit Foundation and are invested and managed in accordance with

Donor Advised Funds – businesses/organizations The Aspen Leaf Foundation Breckenridge Grand Vacations Advised Fund The Breckenridge and Keystone Ski Resort Advised Fund The Highlands at Breckenridge Advised Fund PeakOne Surgery Center Advised Fund The Brian G. Platte Memorial Advised Fund Summit Association of Realtors Charitable Fund

Scholarship Funds Jeanette Albert Scholarship Fund The Anschutz Foundation/NRC Broadcasting Scholarship Fund McIntosh Scholarship Fund The Merriman Family Foundation Scholarship Fund The Brad Odekirk Scholarship Fund Marla Starekow Fashion Design Scholarship Fund Terens Scholarship Fund Agency Endowment Funds The Breckenridge Music Festival Administrative Fund The Breckenridge Music Festival Endowment Fund The Breckenridge Music Festival Louise Henderson Chair Fund The Continental Divide Land Trust Endowment Fund The St. Anthony Summit Medical Center Fund Summit Huts Association Agency Endowment Fund for Francie’s Cabin Summit Huts Association Agency Endowment Fund for Janet’s Cabin Board-Designated Endowment Fund The Peaks Society Fund

managed by financial experts and monitored by The Summit Foundation’s Finance and Investment Committee and the Board of Trustees.

Eight funds were established with The Summit Foundation in 2014.

The Summit Foundation’s insight and involvement with the nonprofits in our community is invaluable and was a deciding factor for me in establishing a donor advised fund with The Foundation…I appreciate that The Foundation will let me know of opportunities to make an impact in our community as they see gaps in areas that I have interest. – Michael C. Millisor, Owner/Developer, Breckenridge Grand Vacations 36 |

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January 1 - December 31, 2014 Breckenridge Grand Vacations Advised Fund Breckenridge Grand Vacations holiday giving from staff in honor of Mike, Mike & Rob Brunetti Family Advised Fund Wayne and Mollie Brunetti The Howard and Sue Carver Health Care Fund Howard and Sue Carver The Dudick Family Advised Fund Mike and Anna Dudick Finkel Family Advised Fund Harold and Marcia Finkelstein Follett Advised Fund Robert and Nancy Follett Hankison Family Advised Fund Jane Hankison

The Summit Foundation’s investment policies. Investment performance is reviewed quarterly and

2014 Donor Advised Fund, Scholarship Fund, and Agency Endowment Fund Donors

The Keltner Family Fund Keltner Family Foundation McIntosh Scholarship Fund Bob and Jen McIntosh The Merriman Family Foundation Scholarship Fund Merriman Family Foundation Michael C. Millisor Advised Fund Michael Millisor The Brad Odekirk Scholarship Fund Summit Daily News

PeakOne Surgery Center Advised Fund PeakOne Surgery Center, LLC The Peaks Society Fund The Estate of Norman L. Ringhand The Podore Family Advised Fund Peter and Rebecca Podore The St. Anthony Summit Medical Center Fund Bill and Cindy Putnam Summit Association of Realtors Charitable Fund Rodney Allen Bret Amon Rebecca Andersen Renee Apfelbeck Murray Bain Andrew Biggin David Bittner Kevin Broadrick Amy Caniglia Patti Casey Tim Casey Laura Champe Maria Teresa Chlipala Clay Copeland Kristin Corsette Chuck Daily Tom Day Chris Eby Rick Eisenberg Butch Elich Robert Girvin Kelie Gray Jason Hart Kim Hebron Laurie Huggins



Dennis Johnson Catherine Kirkwood Smith Dennis Krueger Tom Langseth Matt Lewan Kelly Short Lloyd Bruce Mitchell Mark Novak Anne Marie Ohly Dave Owens John Ozaluk David Phillips Linda Rappel Shelton Reichardt Barbara Schneeman John Schuller Ron Shelton Allison Simson Bonnie Smith Kimberly Stevenson Betty Stielow Lynn Sustad John Williams Mary Wilson Carmen Yonn

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Summit Huts Association Agency Endowment Fund for Francie’s Cabin Greg Lynch and Maggie Lifland Rich and Maryann Rowley Summit Huts Association Summit Huts Association Agency Endowment Fund for Janet’s Cabin Greg Lynch and Maggie Lifland Summit Huts Association Swedish Family Advised Fund Joseph and Gene Swedish Wellpoint, Inc. Terens Scholarship Fund Norvin H. Rieser, Jr. Estate Eileen Terens

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Non-Endowed Scholarships Laura Helen Foote Memorial Scholarship Foote Family Summit CSA (Cultivating Students of Agriculture) Scholarship High Country Conservation Center Summit County Rotary Club Scholarships Rotary Club of Summit County Summit County Garden Club Scholarship Summit County Garden Club Summit County Government Scholarships Summit County Government

THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION ASSET BASE as of December 31, 2014

$7,292,280 Donor Advised, Scholarship & Agency Endowment Funds 36% $2,912,893

Operating Fund 16% $1,311,448

Endowment Fund 48% $3,872,330

2014

2014 EVENTS

The Summit Foundation raised $195,000 in net revenue through its fund-raising events in 2014. For many years, The Summit Foundation’s events have served as the entry point for involvement with The Foundation. The Foundation’s primary

events

events in 2014 were a 30th Anniversary Celebration, Kentucky Derby Party, Annual Golf Tournament, Great Rubber Duck Race, and Parade of Homes.

30th Anniversary On March 29th, 250 people filled the Silverthorne Pavilion to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Summit Foundation. Guests enjoyed delicious desserts from Butterhorn Bakery, Dining Redefined, Higgles Ice Cream, Keystone Resort, and Sugar. Remarks were made by Executive Director Lee Zimmerman, current Board of Trustees President Kevin McDonald, and past Presidents Larry Beebe and Meg Lass. The lobby was filled with 30 years of memorabilia, including scrap books and all 30 years of Patron Pass medallions. The 6 Million Dollar Band performed fun 80’s hits and kept the crowd dancing with their high-energy performance. The Foundation is grateful to all who came and supported this great event. On April 30th, Which Wich and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in Silverthorne donated 30 percent of their day’s sales – nearly $1,000 – to The Summit Foundation. Various businesses from throughout the county ordered lunch for their employees and the staff of The Summit Foundation delivered lunches to their respective workplaces. Throughout the lunch hours, the entire restaurant filled with Summit County locals who dined in support of The Summit Foundation. The Summit Foundation thanks Kelsey and Seth Lyons, owners of Which Wich and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Silverthorne, for their generosity in honoring our 30th Anniversary.

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In 2014, $195,000 in net revenue was raised through The Summit Foundation’s fund-raising events.

Annual Golf Tournament The Summit Foundation hosted its 27th annual Breckenridge Grand Vacations Golf Tournament in early June. Saturday evening began with a Welcome Party dinner and Calcutta auction hosted by Vail Resorts Epic Promise. Skyy Vodka provided spirits to enjoy the evening while former Denver Broncos running back, Reggie Rivers, emceed the lively auction. Breckenridge Mayor John Warner hosted a breakfast on Sunday morning prior to the shotgun start. All 144 golfers, many from out of state, completed 18 holes of scramble tournament play at Breckenridge Golf Club where an unfortunate low temperature of 37 degrees was accompanied by wet and windy weather. The victors were repeat champions, Team Assurance’s David Suchomski, Doug Suchomski, Josh Knipp, and Jake Himmelman. Players enjoyed a delicious on-course BBQ provided by John Daisy of Fatty’s Pizzeria and the Breckenridge Restaurant Association.

Kentucky Derby Party Over 100 people supported The Summit Foundation on May 3rd at Blue River Bistro in Breckenridge at its 6th Annual Kentucky Derby Party. The event featured a VIP party with a scrumptious Southern buffet and unlimited mint juleps. Attendees wore their best Derby attire (hats included!) and came to cheer on the horses.

2014 20th Annual

PARADE OF HOMES Days of the Events:

Parade of Homes September 20 & 21, 2014 27 & 28, 2014 During theThisSeptember last two weekends of September, ticket is good for the duration of the event. summitcountybuilders.org/paradeofhomes more than 2,000 individuals visited the 20th ADMIT ONE Annual Parade of Homes in Summit County. $15.00 Summit CountyAdmission: Builders Association hosts this Proceeds to benefit: premier home tour to showcase the latest in building design and trends.

Throughout the two weekends, The Summit Foundation volunteers staffed featured homes to earn the proceeds from the $15 admission. City Market in Breckenridge and Dillon and Bank of the West branches within Summit www.summitfoundation.org County all sold tickets, which helped this be a Printed in-kind by Ocean Printing / Design by Wilson Lass Brandon record-setting 954.963.4262 event. As a 970.453.9699 volunteer outreach, Bank of the West employees also staffed a Devigne Developing home in Breckenridge that sold tickets. The Summit Foundation is POH 2014Ticket doc.indd 1 8/19/14 3:57 PM grateful for their employees’ donated time to help make this event a success.

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At the Interval International awards reception, the top five teams were honored with prizes; along with individual prizes for the longest drive, closest to the pin, most accurate drive and longest putt.

The annual tournament raised a record setting $78,000 for The Foundation’s grants and scholarship program. The Foundation is thankful to all the players for their continued support of this long-standing tournament. Special thanks as well to title sponsor Breckenridge Grand Vacations. The Town of Breckenridge and the Breckenridge Golf Club were generous hosts and their staff did a great job at welcoming all our tournament guests.

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The Summit Foundation is appreciative of the Summit County Builders Association for this wonderful event and is thankful to continue to be recognized as the event’s beneficiary. Over $30,000 was contributed to The Summit Foundation during this year’s tour of 15 homes.

Great Rubber Duck Race On Saturday, August 30th, more than 9,100 rubber ducks raced down a roaring Blue River for The Summit Foundation’s 27th Annual Great Rubber Duck Race. This long standing community event raised $92,000 for The Summit Foundation. The Hudson Auto Source Kids Duck Dash sent 796 ducks down the Blue River with the help of Red, White, & Blue Fire Department and their impressive ladder truck. Age-appropriate prizes donated by Peak-A-BooToys, Vail Resorts Echo, and Frisco Adventure Park were awarded to the top 56 ducks. Tom Macleish won the grand prize of a week vacation, which was donated by Interval International. A record setting 244 ducks participated in the FirstBank Business Battle Duck Race. Frisco business Stork &

Bear had the swiftest duck, and their staff and clients will enjoy a backcountry ski trip for 12 at Ski Cooper, donated by FirstBank. Over 60 businesses also participated in a duck decorating contest in which the ducks were displayed at FirstBank Breckenridge for the week leading up to the race. Decorated by the Owner Relations Department of Breckenridge Grand Vacations, the creative duck “Horton Hears a Quack” won the first place prize, a glass fusing party at Ready, Paint, Fire in Breckenridge.

swiftest ducks, each winning a one-week stay in a two-bedroom suite with Interval International. The front-running ducks entered the Hyder Construction finish line in 21 minutes. The Summit Foundation is indebted to the 2014 sponsors and major prize donors: Breckenridge Grand Vacations, FirstBank of Summit County, Hudson Auto Source, Town of Breckenridge, Peak-A-Boo Toys, Climax Molybdenum Company, PeakOne Surgery Center, Epic Promise, Vail-Summit Orthopaedics, Whole Foods, Unity Snowboards, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Hyder Construction, Copper Mountain Resort, Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center and Ready, Paint, Fire. The Summit Foundation is also grateful for the 200 volunteers who helped sell ducks throughout August and the weekend of the race.

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The Breckenridge Grand Vacations Great Rubber Duck Race completed the trilogy of races. Excitement grew as participants watched 9,131 ducks swiftly race down the Blue River in hopes of securing one of 84 prizes. New this year, the first three ducks crossing the finish line were all grand prize winners. Penny Banks, Joe Natale, and Michael Nowotny owned these three

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event donors EVENT DONORS

January 1 – December 31, 2014

Key Event Sponsors and Benefit Hosts

AirBound Affinity Wealth Management Group Bank of the West Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Blue River Bistro Breckenridge Golf Club Breckenridge Grand Vacations Breckenridge Restaurant Association Campari USA City Market Climax Molybdenum Colorado Tents and Events Copper Conference Center EpicPromise Fatty’s Pizzeria, Inc. FirstBank of Summit County Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Higgles Ice Cream Hogan Lovells US LLP Hudson Auto Source Hyder Construction Keystone Conference Center Maverick Sports Promotions Interval International, Inc. PeakOne Surgery Center Peak-A-Boo Toys Republic National Distributing Company Silverthorne Pavilion Southern Wine and Spirits Summit County Builder’s Association Town of Breckenridge Tumble Bubbles Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Wells Fargo Bank Whole Foods Market - Frisco

Golf Tournament Teams

2V’s Landscaping & Irrigation Allman Drywall, Inc. Assurance Agency, Ltd. Avalanche Physical Therapy BCG & Company Breckenridge Grand Vacations Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon Colorado Premier Resort Properties

Commercial Design Engineering, Ltd. Concord / Blackwell Recovery Copper Mountain Resort Division 7, Inc. Dude, Where’s My Par? Everist Materials, LLC Fatty’s Pizzeria, Inc. Gold Key The Hardy Boys IMA Financial Group Interval International, Inc. Land Title Guarantee Company of Summit County Liberty Bank / Wellington Financial More Space Place / iFurnish Old Hacks PeakOne Surgery Center Stais Architects Stan Miller, Inc. Summit County Government Super Fly’s Title Company of the Rockies Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Welk Resorts Western Slope Iron & LPR Construction

Hole Sponsors

2V’s Landscaping & Irrigation Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Breckenridge Golf Club Breckenridge Restaurant Association Capital One Commercial Bank Cinderella Painting Commercial Design Engineering, Ltd. Fatty’s Pizzeria, Inc. Frederic Printing High Country Golf Liberty Bank Pinnacle III, LLC Skyy Vodka Town of Breckenridge Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Matt Venz Photography Wellington Financial Wilson Lass Brandon ZDH Design

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2V’s Landscaping & Irrigation Affinity Wealth Management Group Alders Townhomes Allstate Insurance Allure Medical Aesthetics & Laser Center Alpine Bank Alpine Spa and Salon at Valdoro Alpine Sports Angels Hollow Angler Mountain Ranch Antero Electric Inc. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Armstrong Concrete Forming Arrow Insurance Audio-Video Solutions Avalanche Physical Therapy Axis Sports Medicine B&B Custom Carpentry LLC Bank of the West Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center BGV- Accounting BGV- GL7 Concierge BGV- GL7 Front Desk BGV- Grand Timber Concierge BGV- Grand Timber Front Desk BGV- Human Relations BGV- In House Sales Front Desk BGV- Marketing BGV- Outbound Marketing BGV- Owner Relations BGV- Soothe Spa BGV- Traditional Line Sales Brokers BHH Partners Planners/Architects Blue Moose Restaurant Blue River Property Management Blue River Sports Boatyard American Grill Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center Brantingham, LLC Breck Sports/ Vail Resorts Retail Breckenridge Associates Breckenridge Building Center Breckenridge Cannabis Club Breckenridge Dental Group Breckenridge Distillery Breckenridge Galleries

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Breckenridge Grand Vacations Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Breckenridge Hospitality Breckenridge Lands Breckenridge Mechanical Breckenridge Music Festival Breckenridge Ski Enterprises, Inc. Breckenridge Ski Resort Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon Broken Compass Brewery Burke & Riley’s Pub Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe Buyer’s Resource Carlson Builders Cascade Financial Management Centennial Bank Charles Schwab & Co Cinderella Painting Clean Solutions, Inc Climax Molybdenum Colorado Mountain College Colorado Mountain Express Colorado Activity Centers Colorado Real Estate Company Colorado Tents and Events Comcast Spotlight Commercial Design Engineering, Ltd. Copper Mountain Resort Creative Cabinetry Custom Log Home Restoration Czech it Out Discount Towing Division 7, Inc. Downstairs at Eric’s Ebert Family Clinic Eide Bailly LLP Ember Restaurant The Law Office of Sara A. Evanczyk, LLC Everist Materials, LLC Fatty’s Pizzeria, Inc. FirstBank of Summit County Food Hedz World Café Foote’s Rest Sweet Shoppe Ford Hill Management Frederic Printing French Fry Heaven French Kiss Fresh Tracks Transportation

Frisco Fun & Formal Wear Frisco Rowing Center Fuller Sotheby’s Real Estate GoBreck Gore Range Garage Doors Great Divide Painting Gretchen Hamilton Design Grotemeyer Painting Harmony Interiors Health Massage Center Law Office of David A. Helmer Hogan Lovells Hudson Auto Source Hyder Construction iFurnish Incline Bar & Grill Ingenuity Research Corp Interiors by Design Island Grill Joe Kusumoto Photography Joy of Sox & Excessories JRay Excavating, Inc. Law Office of JB Katz Keystone Hospitality Keystone Resort Keystone Sports Lara, May and Associates Laura Steben CPA Letofsky & Dombrowski, Inc. Lincoln Park at Wellington Neighborhood Loveland Pass Liquors Lowe’s Home Improvement Marketing Evolutions Mary Hart Design Matthew Stais Architects Maverick Sports Promotions McCrerey Construction, Ltd. Mi Casa Restaurant and Cantina Modis Moe’s Original BBQ Montepare/Crook More Space Place / iFurnish Morgan Stanley Mountain Goat Clothing Company Mountain Log Homes & Interiors Mountain Outfitters Mountain Top Children’s Museum Musiac, Inc. Neils Lunceford Landscape Design Robert A. Nelson Insurance Agency, Inc. New Path Capital Advisors Norris Designs Northside Pizza

O’Brien & Associates Real Estate Ollie’s Pub & Grub One Ski Hill Place Oscar’s Paffrath & Thomas Peak One Fitness Peak One Painting PeakOne Surgery Center Peak Performance Imaging Solutions Peak-A-Boo Toys Precision Ski Prescription Alternatives Quandt & Snow LLC Ramada Limited Rankin Real Estate Relish Richmond Sprouse, LLC Ridge Street Kitchen RightPath Investments & Financial Planning Rockridge Building Company Ruby Jane Salt Creek Restaurant SeaGrizzly Specialized Business Solutions Stork & Bear Co. Sully Tours Sulquist Mortgage Summit Anesthesia Summit Bookkeeping & Payroll Summit Community Care Clinic Summit County Government Summit County Ski Property Summit Daily News Summit Hockey Summit Information Services Summit Mountain Rentals Summit Soap Company Summit Structures, Inc. Superior Alarm Swan Mountain Women’s Clinic Taddeo’s Teague Saves Homes Tree Service Team Summit Timberline Learning Center Title Company of the Rockies Town Center Condos Town of Breckenridge Town of Frisco Turner Morris Twist Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail-Summit Orthopaedics Valdoro Development

Valdoro Mountain Lodge ValleyGirl Boutique West Brown Huntley PC Whole Foods Market - Frisco Wilderness Sports Wilson Lass Brandon Wolfe & Company ZDH Design

In-Kind Contributors

A Racer’s Edge Allure Medical Aesthetics & Laser Center Alpine Spa and Salon at Valdoro Alpine Sports Always Mountain Time Annie’s Alpine Kids Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Art Supply of Breckenridge Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities Beaver Creek Resort Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center Big City Blues Big O Tires Blue River Sports Blue Sage Spa Bonnie Q BBQ Boutique Bling Breckenridge Backstage Theatre Breckenridge Bike Bus Breckenridge Brewery & Pub Breckenridge Distillery Breckenridge Film Festival Breckenridge Golf Club Breckenridge Grand Vacations Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Breckenridge Music Festival Breckenridge Nordic Center Breckenridge Recreation Center Breckenridge Ski Enterprises, Inc. Breckenridge Ski Resort Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon Caamano’s Cambridge Investment Research Cameez Frozen Yogurt, Coffee and Crepe Café Campari USA Carvers Ski & Snowboard Colorado Activity Centers Colorado Mountain College Colorado Symphony Copper Creek Golf Club Copper Mountain Athletic Club Copper Mountain Resort

Craniologie Dairy Queen Daylight Donuts Denver Museum of Nature & Science Dillon Marina Downstairs at Eric’s Chris Eby The Dog House Ember Restaurant The Law Office of Sara A. Evanczyk, LLC Fiesta Jalisco Flourish Artisan Jewelry Food Hedz World Café Foote’s Rest Sweet Shoppe French Kiss Fresh Soap Company Fresh Tracks Transportation Frisco Nordic Center Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory Gold Run Nordic Center Goods Greco’s Pastaria Gretchen Hamilton Design High Country Custom Impressions, Inc. Holly’s Pizzazz Boutique & Alterations Meredith Holt Photo Hyder Construction iFurnish Interval International, Inc. Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe, PC Joy of Sox & Excessories Keystone Neighbourhood Company Keystone Nordic Center Keystone Ranch Golf Course Keystone Resort Keystone Science School Kingdom Massage Joe Kusumoto Photo KYSL - Krystal 93 FM Lake Dillon Theatre Company Majestic Mountain Movers Marriott Vacation Club Mary’s Mountain Cookies Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa Moe’s Original BBQ Motherloaded Tavern Mountain Angler Mountain Flying Fish The Mountain Goat Clothing Co. Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Co. Mountain Rose - Frisco Acupuncture Mountain Top Children’s Museum Mountain Wave Snowboards

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National Repertory Orchestra Nationwide Argosy Solutions Nature’s Own Neils Lunceford Landscape Design Northside Pizza Ocean Printers Olive Fusion Outlets at Silverthorne Overland Fine Sheepskin & Leather Peak-A-Boo Toys Precision Ski Amy Priegel CPA, LLC Pursuit Chocolate Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks Ready, Paint, Fire Red, White, & Blue Fire Protection District Relish Republic National Distributing Company Ridge Street Kitchen Cheri Ryan Carl Scofield Photography Serenity Spa Shawls by Veronika Skyy Vodka Silverthorne Recreation Center Ski Butlers Mark and Deborah Spiers Stage Coach Limousine Steamboat Resort Storm Restaurants Subway Summit Daily News Summit Huts Association Team Clean Ten Mile Chiropractic PC Todd Powell Photography Town of Breckenridge Town of Frisco Town of Silverthorne Tumble Bubbles Twist Unity Snowboards Vail Mountain Vail Resorts, Inc. Matt Venz Photography Whole Foods Market - Frisco Wilson Lass Brandon Windy City Pizza Winter Park Resort

PLANNED GIFTS

WAYS TO GIVE Making a gift to The Summit Foundation can be as simple as writing a check or attending an event hosted by The Foundation or as sophisticated as designing an individual estate plan. Many charitable giving options are noted here. These gifts can be made through specific programs like those noted below. More details on each of these opportunities can be found by visiting summitfoundation.org.

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ANNUAL GIFTS Outright Gifts

Cash, check, credit card, and stock contributions are the most common ways to give. These donations, which offer maximum tax advantages, are accepted throughout the year and may be designated to the annual operating fund or The Foundation’s Endowment Fund.

Patron Pass Program Fully transferable ski privileges generously provided by Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Keystone Resort, Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort is at the heart of this program. Complimentary golf and Nordic skiing, as well as discounts throughout the county for lodging, dining, services and activities are also offered through the program.

Employee Giving Program More than 25 businesses partner with The Summit Foundation to encourage their employees to pledge a payroll deduction to benefit The Foundation. In many cases, the company matches the gifts designated by individual employees. The Foundation welcomes additional partnerships with employers throughout the community.

Special Events & Projects The Foundation raises monies through a variety of special events and projects each year. Become involved by sponsoring, volunteering, donating products or services, or by simply attending one of these events. These include an annual golf tournament in June and the great rubber duck race the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. The Summit Foundation is also recognized as the beneficiary of the Breck Crest Mountain Marathon and Summit County Builders Association’s Parade of Homes. Annually, The Summit Foundation hosts a grant and scholarship reception in June and a celebration of Philanthropy Awards in November.

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Designated Fund A designated fund is traditionally created to benefit a particular nonprofit organization. The fund is created in the initial donor’s name or in the name of the designated organization and allows contributions from additional donors. A spending policy could state that an annual grant to the designated organization would be paid equal to a certain percent of the principal value of the fund based on a four-year moving average. Other spending policies or formulas may be created upon development of the initial designated fund agreement.

Do you dream about doing more for your loved ones AND for the causes you care most about? Making a planned gift to The Foundation can provide significant tax benefits, while also permanently linking your long-standing support to The Summit Foundation. Following are a variety of tools for giving that will make a lasting difference

Donor Advised Fund A Donor Advised Fund is a simple, flexible way for a donor to provide a major charitable gift to The Summit Foundation. It is a gift that can be made in a l ump sum, over a period of time or through a bequest. A minimum of $25,000 is gifted to The Foundation and invested with The Foundation’s other Endowment Funds by professional portfolio managers. Gifts are distributed from the income, in accordance with the donor or representative’s “advice”, to charitable organizations. Up to 50 percent of the Donor Advised Fund distributions may be designated outside The Summit Foundation’s geographic distribution area of Summit County and our neighboring communities.

Field of Interest Fund A field of interest fund may be established for the benefit of certain nonprofit organizations delivering specifically defined services, such as a Fund for Arts in Breckenridge. The fund is created in the initial donor’s name or in the name of the type of services (field of interest) it was designed to support. Contributions may be accepted from additional donors. Spending formulas may be created upon development of the initial agreement. A committee might oversee the distributions.

Scholarship Fund

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A scholarship fund may be established with a minimum contribution of $10,000 (contribution may be made over several years) to support post-secondary education for local high school graduates. The Summit Foundation assists with collecting student scholarship applications and the review of applicants to make a recommendation that meets the qualifications agreed upon by the donor(s). Scholarships are distributed directly to the institution selected by the scholarship recipient.

Naming The Foundation as the beneficiary in your will, trust or qualified retirement plan can be the simplest gift. Because these assets often carry a heavy income tax obligation to your heirs, they can be a particularly attractive source for funding your charitable gifts.

Agency Endowment Fund A collective group of donors, an individual or couple, or a nonprofit organization may establish an agency endowment fund with The Summit Foundation. Agency endowment funds are established by donors who wish to benefit a particular charitable organization. Established with a minimum contribution of $10,000, agency endowment funds are held and managed by The Summit Foundation on behalf of these nonprofit organizations. The funds are invested with The Summit Foundation’s endowment assets and the designated nonprofit organization in turn receives annual distributions from the interest earned. The organization or any of its donors may add to these funds at any time. 45 |

Gifts of Real Estate And other property can be donated to The Foundation, allowing a donor to establish a charitable gift annuity and/or receive maximum tax benefits.

All gifts are professionally managed and pooled for diversified investment and economies of scale and to increase their charitable impact. Investment performance is reviewed quarterly by financial experts and monitored by the Finance Committee and The Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

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THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

VOLUNTEERS

financials

As of September 30, 2014 and September 30, 2013

January 1 – December 31, 2014

The Summit Foundation is honored to have the support and generosity of hundreds of individuals assisting us with our 2014 events and activities. Thank you to every volunteer that helped make 2014 a great success. Kevin Abernathy Kaira Adam Erick Araujo Barb Arbuckle Leah Arnold Geneva Ascher Amanda Atchley Chip Babbitt Amaney Badwan Dana Badwan Nur Badwan Reem Badwan Penny Banks Mike Barney Maureen Bartel Mike Bartel Faith Beal Georgia Beal Holden Beal Jeremiah Beal Nicole Beal Dave Becker Jay Beckerman Sean Berg Amy Bickford Graeme Bilenduke Jack Bilenduke Luis Blanco Harriet Bobo Aidan Borgeson Ruthie Boyd Gini Bradley Jesse Brooks Lisa Brozovich John Buhler Ryan Burger Neal Burton Paul Butler

Valerie Butler Deb Byers Jamie Byers Sarah Byers Gloria Byledbal Tom Byledbal Pat Campbell Theresa Campbell Ben Carlson Emily Carlson Ed Casias Alan Castillo Clint Choate Katy Clapp Xander Clapp Jan Coles Kristin Colley Andi Cooper Cary Cooper Diane Cooper Preston Cooper Rigel Cooper Jim Cox Maggie Cox Brennan Creen Thomas Creen Wanda Creen Deb Crook James Cummons Brian Curnutte Cecilia Daniels Don Dankner Thomas Davidson Julio de la Cruz Nicky DeFord Mike Dillon Paula Driscoll Mary Jo Drye

Maggie Ducayet Wally Ducayet Mike Dudick Jenna Duncan Rob Ehlert Candy Emerson Kayla England Trisha Esnard Brooke Evans Greg Finch Paul Finkel Payton Finley Rachel Fitch Larry Flaherty Regina Flaherty Amy Fletcher Charlotte Fowler Andrea Frishmuth Lindsey Frishmuth Rusty Frishmuth Tim Gagen Zoe Gallup Sara Gannon Marge Gavenda Natalie Gray Mara Greenberg Debby Grosse Kathy Grotemeyer Linda Hague Millie Hamner Taylor Hanslik Jeff Hasselhorst Mitzie Hawkins Alan Henceroth Isabella Henry Kristy Henry Kelly Hepburn Lorri Heuck

Will Heuck Brent Hill Jake Himmelman Zak Himmelman Marilyn Hogan Joan Houlton Tricia Houstrup Joe Howdyshell Blair Huntley Felice Huntley Justin Jacobi Peter Janes Katha Jenkins Brian Jewell Brent Johnson Terri Johnson Lucy Kay Jim Keeney Marie Keeney Tom Keltner Doni Khasanov Sarah Kilzer Rob Kingsbury Michael Klepper Chris Knudsen Candia Kruse Joe Kusumoto Elisabeth Lawrence Jeff Leigh Andy Lewis Sally Lewis Gosia Lieske Shae Loomis Brian Lorch Kathy Lorch Sarah Lorch VeVe Lueders Brenda Lueker

Julie Lyne Elle Lyne-Schiffer Nancy Macey Michael Magnuson Robbins Manley Tyler Marshall Gary Martinez Phyllis Martinez Nathan McAllister Roberta McCrerey Taeler McCrerey Cindi McDonald Kevin McDonald Mindy McGowan David Metzger Molly Metzger Sara Metzger Erroll Miller Linda Miller Sue Miller Rob Millisor Holly Minor Keely Minor Turk Montepare Mary Patrick Moorefield Nathan Moorefield Bridget O’Brien Shannon O’Brien Addison Olsen Tara Olsen Jubany Ordonez Rick Oshlo John Palsedge Jim Pappas Heather Pease CeCe Pennell Marin Pennell AJ Podherecki

Taryn Power Suzanne Price Amy Priegel Susan Propper Bradd Provorse Kasey Provorse Mary Quinn Dylan Reed Kelly Renoux Don Reynolds Colleen Richmond Morgan Robinson Gary Rodgers Kelly Rohlf Amy Russo Margo Santangelo Mia Santangelo Cathy Sapp Jack Saunders Michael Schilling Ryne Scholl Lauren Schreiner Beth Schroeter Tillie Schuart Heather Schumacher Carl Scofield Amanda Seidler Megan Seymour Jade Simecek Carol Simpson Doug Sims Scott Smith Steven Smith Sandy Snyder Anna Sones Mark Spiers Michelle Steuber Barbara Strauss

volunteers

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2014

2013

$ 798,941 $ 5,935,202 $ 112,669

$ 853,764 $ 5,595,146 $ 216,923

$

751,094

$

680,290

$

11,950

$

200



Karla Swintz Brooke Tomlinson Anna Tomlison Brooke Tomlison Kate Tomlison Jim Trisler Marty Trisler Mary Tyler Linda Uhle Matt Venz Amber Waddell Aubree Wagner Kaitlin Wallace Carre Warner Shannon Wehner Carole Weller Paul Weller Maureen Westerland Vince White-Petteruti Alex Whitt Anna Grace Whitt Martha Williams Valerie Williams Robert Wise Wendy Wolfe Bill Wray Don Wright Hans Wurster MJ Wurster Dena Wyatt Jawad Yassin Eli Yoder John Zeising Lee Zimmerman

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Operating Fund Endowment Fund Cash Held in Escrow Unconditional Promises to Give Fundraising Events Receivable

“Volunteering with The Summit Foundation allows me to see a side where she shows selflessness and appreciation for our community.” – Elle Lyne-Shiffer, on volunteering for The Summit Foundation with her mom, Julie Lyne

Total Current Assets $ 7,609,856 NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property and Equipment $ 51,377 Unconditional Promises to Give (less current portion above) $ 631,250 Deposits

$ 7,346,323

$ $ $

54,623 787,881 100

Total Non-Current Assets

$

842,604

$

682,627

TOTAL ASSETS $ 8,292,483 $ 8,188,927 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Accounts Payable $ 10,725 $8,713 Grants and Scholarships Payable $ 96,220 $ 128,449 Escrow Payable $ 112,669 $ 217,173 Deferred Revenue $ 1,486,114 $ 1,574,211 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 1,705,728 NET ASSETS Total Unrestricted Net Assets $ 6,586,755

$ 1,928,546

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 8,188,927

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$ 8,292,483

$ 6,260,381

OPERATING FUND SCHEDULE OF SUPPORT, REVENUE, AND EXPENSE For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2014

operating fund



Actual

In-kind Donated

Total 2014

Support and Revenues Contributions, Unrestricted $ 1,706,821 $ 390,265 $ 2,097,086 Rubber Duck Race $ 118,872 $ 68,521 $ 187,393 Golf Tournament $ 107,825 $ 43,404 $ 151,229 Miscellaneous Events & Other Donated Products & Services $ 161,712 $ 99,663 $ 261,375 Parade of Homes $ 31,250 $ 14,726 $ 45,976 Interest $3,417 $ 3,417 Total Public Support and Revenues $2,129,897 $ 616,579 $2,746,476 Expenses Grants: Agencies & Scholarships $ 1,454,592 $ 1,454,592 Fundraising Expenses General Donor Packages $ 19,497 $ 390,265 $ 409,762 Rubber Duck Race $ 27,344 $ 68,521 $ 95,865 Golf Tournament $ 29,260 $ 43,404 $ 72,664 Receptions, Misc Events & Other Donated Products & Services $ 28,522 $ 22,450 $ 50,972 Parade of Homes $ 3,091 $ 14,726 $ 17,817 Total Fundraising Expenses $ 107,714 $ 539,366 $ 647,080 Administrative Expenses Salaries, Benefits & Related Taxes $ 401,576 $ 401,576 Printing & Graphic Design $ 21,518 $ 50,302 $ 71,820 Rent, Utilities & Telephone $ 40,018 $ 240 $ 40,258 Board, Committee, & Donor Reception Expenses $ 8,358 $ 26,671 $ 35,029 Professional Fees & Association Dues $ 22,275 $ 22,275 Office Supplies & Postage $ 12,107 $ 12,107 Technology $ 9,285 $ 9,285 Travel & Entertainment $ 7,609 $ 7,609 Insurance $ 5,017 $ 5,017 Total Administrative Expenses $ 527,763 $ 77,213 $ 604,976 Depreciation $ 4,901 $ 4,901 Loss on Disposal of Fixed Asset $ 3,000 $ 3,000 Credit Card and Bank Fees $ 3,672 $ 3,672 Total Expenses $2,101,642 $ 616,579 $2,718,221 Increase in Net Assets $ 28,255 $ 28,255 48 |

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ENDOWMENT FUND

endowment fund SCHEDULE OF SUPPORT, REVENUE, AND EXPENSE For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2014



2014 Donor Advised, Scholarship & Agency Endowment Funds

2014 Board Designated Endowment Funds

TOTAL

Support and Revenues Contributions $ 540,338 $ 121,114 Net Unrealized and Realized Losses $ 142,358 $ 178,721 Investment Income $ 57,288 $ 71,922 Total Support and Revenues $ 739,984 $ 371,757 Amounts Appropriated for Expenditure Grants: Agencies & Scholarships $ 665,036 $ 50,000 Asset Management Fees $ 25,116 $ 31,533 Total Expenses $ 690,152 $ 81,533

$ $ $ $

661,452 321,079 129,210 1,111,741

$ $ $

715,036 56,649 771,685

Total Change in Endowment Funds

$

340,056

$

49,832

$

290,224

Thank you to Lee Zimmerman for eight years of dedicated service to The Summit Foundation and Summit County At the end of 2014, Lee Zimmerman was wrapping up his time as Executive Director of The Summit Foundation. During Lee’s tenure, grant and scholarship distributions doubled to more than $2.2 million annually. Donations also more than doubled, with a significant increase in the number of donor advised, scholarship, designated and agency endowment funds established with The Summit Foundation. Lee was instrumental in the development of special initiatives at The Foundation, including and Pre-Ccollegiate program with Summit School District and the CATCH after school program. Olaf Infante, a Pre-Collegiate student at Summit High School, mailed a note to The Foundation that shared: “Mr. Zimmerman is the best person ever for giving us (Pre-Collegiate students) a huge opportunity and keeping our dreams going.” Beyond The Foundation, Lee had been an active member of Summit County Rotary and an ever present force in our community, chairing many committees for nonprofit collaborative efforts.

Through the establishment of Donor Advised Funds, Scholarship Funds, Agency Endowment Funds, memorial gifts and general contributions, 185 donors gave $850,000 to The Summit Foundation’s Endowment Fund in 2014, a 22 percent increase over endowment fund gifts received in 2013. In addition, over $530,000 was received from the Estate of Norman L. Ringhand, bringing the total Endowment Fund contributions to $1.38 million in 2014.

“His commitment to our nonprofit partners and to our neighbors guided his very long days and he was known to be a keen thoughtful listener, a compassionate leader, and someone who offered a warm welcome to everyone he encounters,” Trustee Maureen Westerland shared. In celebration of his dedication to the Summit County community, Lee was honored with the “Spirit of the Summit” award at the 24th annual Summit County Philanthropy Awards in November 2014. A scholarship awarded to a Pre-Collegiate program graduate has also been created in Lee’s name. “Lee has been a true friend to the community and his leadership and kind demeanor will be truly missed,” Trustee Kevin McDonald added. 49 |

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Lee has retired to Walla Walla, WA with his wife Sue.

Yes! I would like to make a difference I would like to contribute $ ______________________________ for the r Annual Fund r Endowment Fund

r Enclosed is my check (made payable to The Summit Foundation) r With a pledge of $ ___________________, payable over _________ years made r monthly r quarterly r semi-annually r annually r other (please specify) ________________________________________________________________________

2014 Board of Trustees

John Buhler Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Keystone Resort Pat Campbell Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Breckenridge Ski Resort Ed Casias Summit County Court Judge Cary Cooper - Immediate Past President Outdoor Enthusiast and Community Volunteer Deb Crook Retired Public Health Professional and Community Volunteer Thomas Davidson Summit County Commissioner Nicky DeFord Senior Manager, Charitable Contributions, Vail Resorts

Wally Ducayet - Treasurer Retired Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Andy Lewis Community Volunteer

Greg Finch President, Dundee Resort Development, LLC

Phyllis Martinez Retired Development Officer and Community Volunteer

Tim Gagen Manager, Town of Breckenridge

Kevin McDonald - President Financial Advisor, New Path Capital Advisors

Kathy Grotemeyer Retired Early Childhood Executive Director and Community Volunteer Alan Henceroth Vice President / Chief Operating Officer, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Katha Jenkins Anesthesiologist, Summit Medical Center Lucy Kay - Secretary CEO/President, GoBreck Tom Keltner Retired CEO Americas and Global Brands, Hilton Hotels Corp Jeff Leigh General Contractor, Summit Structures, Inc.

Rob Millisor Owner/Developer, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Rick Oshlo Retired Vice President, Conoco Inc. Susan Propper Retired Lawyer and Community Volunteer Kelly Renoux Director of Employee Experience, Copper Mountain Resort Gary Rodgers President and General Manager, Copper Mountain Resort Michael Schilling - Vice President President, Valdoro Development LLC

Steven Smith CFP, RightPath Investments and Financial Planning Mark Spiers Retired Pharmaceutical Executive and Community Volunteer Carre Warner President and Owner, Interiors By Design Maureen Westerland Retired Development Director and Community Volunteer Wendy Wolfe President, Wolfe, Inc. Hans Wurster Community Volunteer

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2014 Staff (left to right)

Signature __________________________________________________________________ Sec. Code _______________

2015 Staff (left to right)

Wanda Creen Terri Johnson Lee Zimmerman Elisabeth Lawrence Kasey Provorse

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occasion___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wanda Creen, Office Manager and Administrative Assistant [email protected]

Please send a card acknowledging this gift to ________________________________________________

Kasey Provorse, Director of Development

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[email protected]

I would like specific information on r Special Event/Projects/Volunteer Opportunities r Including The Summit Foundation in our estate plans r Donating Securities

Jeanne Bistranin, Executive Director [email protected]

Elisabeth Lawrence, Events and Marketing Coordinator [email protected]

Name_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Honorary Board Art Bowles Gordon Briner Bob and Nancy Follett Joan Houlton Terie Roubos Anne Stonington

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