Business is a Force for Good

Giving & Support

Community Enhancement and Support Through the Power of Our Partners

Many companies and nonprofit organizations that serve our Colorado communities take ongoing, significant action to support people in need and improve quality of life; however, much of what they do is unknown by the greater community. Yet, their passion for philanthropic giving, community engagement and commitment to environmental and social responsibility has a profound impact on the lives of thousands of Coloradans.

Through fundraising efforts, donations, volunteer hours, the creation of scholarship funds and programs designed to support those in need, the Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT) is proud to showcase and celebrate the generous work of many of our partner organizations. It’s the philanthropism and important work done by these companies and organizations and their employees and other support staff that continue to make Colorado a leader in social and environmental action and a beautiful place to work, develop through education, raise families, engage in community, support each other and enjoy a collective higher quality of life.

Our Colorado Business Roundtable partners invest time, talent and resources in our communities.  Our nonprofit partners provide direct services to enhance our communities.

For more than 50 years and as one of Colorado’s largest employers of people with disabilities, Arc Thrift Stores has been dedicated to funding advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Colorado.

Centura Health is the largest health care network in Colorado and western Kansas with one very important vision  – to provide whole person care to every community, every neighborhood, every life.

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s mission is to ignite community passion for nature and science, envisioning an empowered community that loves, understands and protects the natural world.

Community outreach and bettering lives is part of Weifield’s mission and culture.

All FirstBank officers serve on boards and committees of nonprofit organizations, and all employees receive 16 hours of paid volunteer time off annually to support causes that they are passionate about.
JPMorgan Chase’s philanthropic giving focuses on community development through careers, skills, business growth, entrepreneurship, financial health, wealth creation and environmental sustainability.
Deloitte, with a demonstrated passion for social responsibility and a strong commitment to employee volunteerism, has donated over 1 million hours in pro bono work in the last 12 years.

Through five Cradle to Career Initiatives and eleven programs, A Precious Child provides basic essentials to children challenged by poverty, abuse, neglect, or crisis situations.

VOA, a nonprofit, faith-based organization, dedicates its efforts to helping Colorado’s most vulnerable citizens transform their lives.