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The beneficiary of the golf tournament is Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute.

Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute
Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute
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Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute

This year’s beneficiary is Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI). RMMFI creates the space for communities and people of all backgrounds to realize their unique potential through the power of entrepreneurship. RMMFI invests in entrepreneurs’ personal and business development through a proven mix of classroom, coaching, capital, and community. Since 2008, RMMFI has supported the launch or expansion of over 330 businesses in Denver, Aurora, and the San Luis Valley. Ninety percent of RMMFI-supported businesses are owned by women and/or people of color.

The 2022 beneficiary was selected as part of CHFA’s 2021 Direct Effect Awards. CHFA’s Direct Effect Awards recognize Colorado nonprofit organizations whose missions align with CHFA’s work to strengthen Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development. The top award recipient is chosen as the beneficiary of the David W. Herlinger Golf Tournament.

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Please contact Kristen Soroko if you have any questions. 

Kristen Soroko

Event and Public Relations Coordinator