CHFA’s corporate giving program supports organizations working to advance housing stability and economic prosperity in Colorado through sponsorships, donations, and volunteerism.
corporate giving requests
If your organization is seeking support for an upcoming event or fundraising effort, please complete our
corporate giving request form
organizations supported by CHFA donations and staff volunteer efforts
employee donations and matches made by CHFA
contributed through sponsorships, memberships, fundraising, and other direct donations to Colorado nonprofits.
Direct Effect Awards
CHFA’s Direct Effect Awards recognizes 15 Colorado nonprofit organizations whose missions align with our work to strengthen Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development.
CHFA was proud to annouce the 2019 Corporate Giving Direct Effect Award winners on December 20, 2019.
The following nonprofits were each awarded $25,000:
- Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation
- Doors 2 Success
- Family and Intercultural Resource Center
- JeffCo Action Center
The following nonprofits were each awarded $10,000:
- Centro Humanitario
- City of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Fire Department, and Colorado Springs Community and Public Health Division
- Community Clinics Memorial Regional Health
- Haseya Advocate Program
- Housing Resources of Western Colorado
- Interfaith Alliance of Colorado and Radian
- Kavod Senior Life
- Prairie Family Center
- Rising Starts of Pagosa Springs
- Sunshine Home Share Colorado
The following nonprofit was selected as CHFA's 2020 David W. Herlinger Golf Tournament beneficiary:
- Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center
Descriptions of each organization may be found here.
2019 chfa david w. herlinger golf tournament
CHFA's 2019 David W. Herlinger Golf Tournament was held on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 and the beneficiary was The Empowerment Program (Empowerment) - a behavioral health organization that empowers women to overcome issues of substance abuse, trauma, mental health, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, and involvement in the criminal justice system.
Learn more here.
On certain days of the year, our staff raises funds for local nonprofits. Staff members may wear jeans on these designated days if they make a $5 or $10 donation to the organization whose work aligns with our mission of affordable housing and community development. Each quarter, a new nonprofit beneficiary is selected by our staff-led Volunteer Committee.
2019 beneficiaries were:
Abraham Connection Homeless Shelter
Focus Points Family Resource Center
Pueblo Rescue Mission
- Zarlengo Foundation
Days of Service and Community Involvement LeaveCHFA encourages its employees to engage with the communities we serve through volunteerism. Each employee is given 8 hours of paid Community Involvement Leave to volunteer at a local nonprofit of their choice. In addition, CHFA organizes team-oriented Days of Service throughout the year. Check out the video highlights from the 2019 Days of Service.
2019 supported organizations