10th Annual National Philanthropy Day in Estes Park
Schedule for the Evening:
4-5pm Social Hour with passed hors d'oeuvres in the grand foyer
5-5:30pm Fill your plate and find a place to sit in Assembly Hall
5:30-6:30pm Program including Awards, Film Premier "Strong Nonprofits, Strong Community", and recognition of Legacy Giving in our community
6:30-7pm Toast, photos of award winners, and long good-byes
>>See what Nonprofits will be around during Social Hour.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye!
A Huge Do Gooder Thank You.
We couldn't do it without you.
The YMCA of the Rockies has consistently donated staff time, an amazing spread of food, centerpieces on every table with matching napkins and tablecloth, AV equipment (all set up and working!) and so much more! The YMCA is an amazing partner. They started supporting this event when it was in a wee little room. Now it is in a big room with lots of people and lots more food and yet they still give.
New to us all. Let's celebrate 10 years of celebrating...together! Gather for Nonprofit Social Hour in the Assembly Hall foyer from 4-5pm. What will you wear? Enjoy drinks, passed hors d'oevres and a Hall of Fame before sitting down to enjoy the film and awards.
Let us toast to our good works.
Rock Cut Brewing Co. and Lumpy Ridge Brewing Co. got themselves together and spent an afternoon creating a beer just for this event. A collaborative beer called PhilanHopic! How fun is that? Snowy Peaks is coming back once again to serve their amazing wine. We are so fortunate to have these businesses thriving and giving in our community.
Executive Directors, Film "Strong Nonprofits. Strong Community."
EPNRC has produced a film about the engine of philanthropy in our community, showing off the work of donors, volunteers, and nonprofits. Alex Ho of Sky Pond Productions has created this film; we have dragged him to numerous events and met him at 6am to get "just the right light" for an interview. This video will be available to all local organizations.
Thank you to the United Way of Larimer County and the Town of Estes Park, CO for joining EPNRC in producing this Philanthropy Film for our town.
Philanthropy Award Sponsor
Thank You to Sponsors and In-Kind Givers of Good
Harmony Foundation has been a long-time sponsor of this event and we congratulate them on 50 years in Estes!
The Enchanted Florist supports the Women's Movement! And we keep on moving... 100 yellow roses will help us commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
And EPNews continues to be a giving in-kind sponsor to this event and so many nonprofits through the year. We appreciate them printing pictures of the award winners each year and all the "Get yourself to the party" pre-amble.
Trail Ridge Consulting Engineers is a new sponsor for this event, we are thrilled to call them philanthropy friends!
Thank you all!
Let's Celebrate the 100 year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
Women got the right to vote through the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads:The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Can you believe it took until 1920 to do this?! Look at how much has happened for—and because of—women over the last 100 years. Especially in the field of philanthropy! Thank you to the League of Women Voters of Estes Park for sponsoring the yellow roses that will commemorate this milestone in history.