2nd Year Fellow Shelby Pauka shares lessons the Sally Beck Fund team has learned from grantee partners about their work within their communities and the impact on not only the people they serve but the equines they care for.
As Colorado Springs celebrates its 150th year, El Pomar Foundation Curator of Historic Properties & Archives Sarah Woods honors the history of Spencer and Julie Penrose.
In the sixth blog post of a series written by El Pomar’s 1st Year Fellows, Alex Izbiky sums up one of the most important lessons he learned about leadership from working as a camp counselor in one word: wait.
Throughout their lifetimes, El Pomar Foundation’s co-founders Spencer and Julie Penrose responded to different crises individually, as well through the Broadmoor Hotel and El Pomar Foundation. Read below a brief history of their responses to the Great Depression and the World Wars, as told by El Pomar Foundation Curator of Historic Properties and Archives Sarah Woods.