Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Sponsors & Partners

 

The Park People relies on the support of funding partners who make our work possible. We have a mix of sponsors who support our programs, projects, and events. Over the years, we have also forged many strategic partnerships with fellow Denver nonprofits, citizen groups, and neighborhood associations. Those listed below are just some that have been integral to the success and impact of our work.

Program Sponsors

 

As Denver's primary utility supplier of electric power and natural gas service, Xcel Energy supports nonprofit projects that focus on the connection between environment and energy. We deeply appreciate our long-standing partnership with Xcel Energy, a committed, generous, and ardent supporter of our Denver Digs Trees program for more than 20 years.

 


The Colorado Garden Foundation is dedicated to furthering the horticulture industry.  Proceeds from the foundation's annual Colorado Garden & Home Show fund grants, organizations and scholarships to individuals throughout Colorado.  Our warm thanks to Colorado Garden Foundation for supporting our tree planting efforts through the 2017 Denver Digs Trees program and the Be A Smart Ash campaign.

 


The Park People is delighted to be a Partner of Choice in TKH Realty's We Give Where We Live program. This means that TKH Realty will donate 15% of their gross commission for any real estate transaction directly to The Park People when either party designates The Park People as their choice organization. TKH Realty is an independent real estate social enterprise holding the fundamental belief that if we all give a little, our society as a whole prospers. Therefore, TKH Realty makes a practice of donating 15% of their commission to local Denver nonprofits

 


 

Founded in 1974, Mountain High Tree Lawn & Landscape Company began as a family-owned, full-service company dedicated to nurturing and preserving Colorado's urban forests and landscapes. Over forty years later, their vision of caring for Denver's urban forest through environmentally responsible programs has been realized. Mountain High recycles 100% of its tree debris, uses local products and works to educate customers to be eco-friendly in their tree and landscape care. We are fortunate to have Mountain High as a repeated sponsor of the Community Forester Program.


 

OZ Architecture has been at the forefront of design for more than 50 years.  OZ has led the architecture and design of transformative, inspiring and artistic spaces around the world and is a long-time anchor of Denver's creative community. The firm is a collective of innovative thinkers driven by the mission to connect, collaborate and create.  Also committed to community, OZ is supporting our 2017 Denver Digs Trees program to support the vibrancy of our local communities.
 


 

Colorado 811 is nonprofit dedicated to keeping Colorado's underground infrastructure safe from excavation damages. Anyone who is digging in the state of Colorado is required to click or call 811 at least three business days before they plan to dig. The Park People believes in planting trees - and safely! So our Denver Digs Trees program has a natural alignment with Colorado 811's goals for smart and safe digging! Click Colorado 811's logo to learn more about requesting free utility locates before digging.


 

Project Sponsors

The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) provides knowledge to trusted professionals and other leaders who work to solve everyday environmental problems. In partnership with Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., NEEF awarded The Park People a capacity building grant to redevelop our previous, outdated and cumbersome website into the beautiful new site you see today. This project has been critical to the efficiency of our staff and to our ability to engage volunteers, program participants, supporters, and other friends in the community.


 

Join us and the Colorado Brewery Running Series for 5k-ish, fun-run courses that all start and end at local breweries! No time clock, no pressure, just a really good reason to drink really good beer. Registration includes a free craft brew, collector's swag items, live music, games and giveaways, tons of fun with partners and sponsors, and more! Best part? A portion of all proceeds goes to support our organization. Be active. Have fun. Give back!


 

Newmont Mining Corporation strives to build a sustainable mining business that delivers high shareholder returns while leading in safety, environmental stewardship and social responsibility. We are pleased to partner with Newmont Mining for the fourth time in enhancing the urban forest through our Mile High Tree Champions program.


 

Wells Fargo is committed to advancing environmental sustainability. This includes enhancing the environmental performance of company operations, serving our communities by providing philanthropic resources to critical environmental needs as well as seeking out lending and investment opportunities that will accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy. Wells Fargo will sponsor and staff a Mile High Tree Champions tree planting in 2017, supporting our community and our local trees.


 

PricewaterhouseCoopers is a multinational financial services firm that focuses on audit and assurance, tax, and consulting services. Through community investments, PwC extends their impact, helping to solve some of the world's biggest challenges. PwC partnered with The Park People and Ball Corporation this year to sponsor and staff a Mile High Tree Champions planting project.


 

Ball Corporation is a provider of metal packaging for beverages, foods and household products, and of aerospace and other technologies and services to commercial and governmental customers. Ball supports organizations, programs, and civic initiatives that advance sustainable livelihoods. In partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ball Corporation staffed a Mile High Tree Champions planting project this year.


 

Rally4 is a leading digital technology platform helping nonprofits and community causes raise funds and build active giving communities. Rally4 makes it easy for anyone to organize a local fundraiser or discover meaningful causes in their community, activating the secret sauce of fundraising: coming together and connecting face-to-face and heart-to-heart. The Park People is grateful for the support Rally4 has contributed to our Save Our Sundial capital campaign.


 

mGive offers text donation capabilities and professional services that help nonprofits acquire, engage, and retain donors. The Park People has appreciated mGive's text donation services for our Save Our Sundial campaign.


 

Budget Dumpster is a community-focused dumpster rental company. While helping to streamline the cleanup process for customers, Budget Dumpster works to give back by supporting organizations like The Park People that keep the Denver community in touch with the environment and moving toward a more sustainable future.


 

Basil Docs Pizza generously provides their phenomenal pizza to our hardworking volunteers.  Basil Docs has a strong commitment to community and is excited to continue connecting the dots = Fresh, Green, Neighborhood!  Like their motto says, they're not just your average pizza joint, Basic Docs is over the top and walking the walk!


 

A big thanks to ink! Coffee for their ongoing donations of coffee to fuel our hardworking volunteers.  No doubt, ink! built upon their following of coffee-loving zealots!  Coffee. Above all else!


 

Our Partners

Individual donors are the single most important contributors to The Park People. They are at the root of each tree we plant and every project we undertake. The more you can give, the more The Park People can do. Plus, your contributions are tax deductible. 

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