Celebrating 100 years of service to the community
Penrose House, located at 1661 Mesa Avenue, is the former home of El Pomar founders Spencer and Julie Penrose, now serves as an education and conference center available exclusively for the nonprofit community to gather, discuss issues, and discover innovative solutions to challenges.
El Pomar Foundation utilizes this neutral meeting place to promote cooperation across organizational and/or philosophical boundaries.
Penrose House is made available at no cost, except for meals, to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and government agencies. Approximately 32,000 people representing nearly 1,000 local, state, national, and international organizations meet at Penrose House annually.
In 2010, El Pomar Foundation marked the 100th anniversary of the home's construction with various events that celebrated the important contribution this exceptional estate has made to community development. Since it was first built in 1910, Penrose House has been a gathering place where people are inspired to reach new heights.
For the Penrose House Authorized Caterers List, click here.
William J. Hybl named as a recipient
Trustees Nechie Hall and Brenda Smith Recognized
US Department of Veterans Affairs
El Pomar Foundation makes five $5,000 grants to nonprofit organizations
Education as the path to a better life
Yellow Devil Restored