Statewide 2022: A Look into Community Well-being
Each year, El Pomar Foundation’s Regional Partnerships program convenes its regional council members and other philanthropic leaders at its Statewide meeting to network, learn about and discuss key issues affecting the state.
James Balog Invites us to Examine our Relationship with Nature
On November 1, Colorado College, Colorado Springs Downtown Partnerships, The Nature Conservancy of Colorado and El Pomar Foundation's Pikes Peak Heritage Series brought world-renowned photographer James Balog to Colorado Springs to speak about his most recent work, The Human Element.
Wildland Fire Fund- 20 Years in the Making
In 2022, El Pomar Foundation is recognizing 20 years of its Wildland Fire Fund. The Fund assists with the immediate emergency needs of volunteer fire fighting agencies and first responders throughout the state, as well as Search and Rescue and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) departments to help procure proper and necessary equipment.
Evoking Change through Embracing and Enhancing Diverse Populations
Mikayla Lerch, a class of 2022 Intern, says that her role as an El Pomar Intern with the Elevating Leadership Development program helped her to expand her values by working with nonprofit organizations, boards and councils who directly serve minority populations.
1st Year Reflection: Navigating Community Engagement
1st Year Fellow Phoenix Chang-Roper shares what she has learned about navigating community engagement over the years.
An Interview with Stella Hodgkins, Senior Vice President of Opportunity and Outreach
In this blog, former Fellow, Megan Sanders, interviews Stella Hodgkins, Senior Vice President of Opportunity and Outreach at El Pomar.