corporate giving



​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​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.

​​​chfa's 2018 ​​community engagement 

136
organizations supported by CHFA donations and staff volunteer efforts

70
boards and committees on which CHFA staff served

$11,588
raised by staff and donated to local nonprofits

$4,407
employee giving donations matched by CHFA

$418,212
contributed through sponsorships, memberships, fundraising, and other direct donations to Colorado nonprofits. ​

Direct Effect Awards

CHFA’s Direct Effect Awards will recognize 15 Colorado nonprofit organizations whose missions align with our work to strengthen Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development.

Is your nonprofit committed to helping all Coloradans have the opportunity to achieve housing stability and economic prosperity? You could win one of ten $10,000 awards, or one of four $25,000 awards. In addition, one applicant will be selected as CHFA’s 2020 David W. Herlinger Golf Tournament beneficiary.

Application deadline is December 7, 2019. Learn more and download the application form here.

2019 chfa david w. herlinger golf tournament 

CHFA's 2019 David W. Herlinger Golf Tournament will be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 and  this year's beneficiary is 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.

jeans day

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.

2018 beneficiaries were:

  • Caruso Family Charities
  • Project Worthmore
  • Salvation Army of Grand Junction
  • Second Chance Center

2018 supported organizations​

In 2018, CHFA supported the following organizations through its corporate giving program, with assistance provided in the form of memberships, sponsorships, donations, and through staff volunteerism and board and committee service.

  • A Precious Child
  • Academy Charter School
  • Academy of Urban Learning
  • Adams County
  • Alternatives to Violence
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Arapahoe High School
  • Arrupe Jesuit High School (Golf Tournament)
  • Art Students League of Denver
  • Arthritis Foundation
  • Associated Governments of NW Colorado
  • Assumption Catholic School
  • Attention Homes
  • Bayaud Enterprises
  • Bear Canyon Elementary
  • Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado
  • Bienvenidos Food Bank
  • Bill Roberts Elementary School
  • Bounce Animal Rescue
  • Bridge Emergency Shelter 
  • Brothers Redevelopment, Inc.
  • Caruso Family Charities
  • Catholic Charities of Pueblo
  • Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE)
  • Centro Humanitario
  • City of Centennial
  • City of Denver
  • City of Glenwood Springs
  • Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
  • Club 20
  • Colorado Amateur Hockey Association
  • Colorado Black Leadership Coalition
  • Colorado Center for Law and Policy
  • Colorado Community Land Trust
  • Colorado Counties, Inc.
  • Colorado Cross Disability Coalition
  • Colorado Hispanic Bar Association
  • Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation
  • Colorado Housing Counseling Coalition
  • Colorado Leadership Cares
  • Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce
  • Colorado Low-Income Housing Campaign
  • Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association
  • Colorado Mountain Housing Coalition
  • Colorado Municipal League
  • Colorado National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO)
  • Colorado Real Estate Journal Expo
  • Colorado Small Business Development Center Network
  • Colorado State Beekeepers Association
  • Colorado State University System
  • Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce
  • Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation
  • ComAct Housing Corporation 
  • Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado
  • Conservation Colorado
  • Council of Development Finance Agencies
  • Craig Hospital
  • Denver Board of REALTORS®
  • Denver Business Journal Outstanding Women in Business
  • Denver Dumb Friends League
  • Denver Foundation
  • Denver Housing Authority
  • Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
  • Denver Metro Fair Housing Center
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
  • Denver Rescue Mission
  • Denver Supplmental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Task Force
  • D'Evelyn Junior/Senior High School
  • Douglas County Housing Partnership
  • Downtown Colorado, Inc.
  • EarthLinks, Inc.
  • East Colorado Small Business Development Center
  • Easter Seals of Colorado
  • Eaton Senior Community Foundation
  • Economic Development Council of Colorado
  • El Pomar Emerging Leaders Program
  • Enterprise Community Partners
  • Evergreen Animal Protective League
  • Fannie Mae
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
  • Food Bank of the Rockies
  • Freddie Mac
  • Friends of Foothills Animal Shelter
  • Friends of Retired Greyhounds Rescue
  • Frontier K-8 School
  • Genworthy
  • Greeley Area REALTOR® Association
  • Habitat for Humanity of Colorado
  • Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County
  • Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
  • Hallett Academy
  • Home Builders Foundataion
  • HomeAid Colorado
  • HomesFund
  • Homeward Alliance
  • HomewardBound of the Grand Valley
  • Hope Communities
  • Hope House of Colorado
  • Housing Colorado
  • Housing Resources of Western Colorado
  • Humane Society of Boulder Valley
  • Impact Development Fund
  • Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC)
  • Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Denver Chapter
  • Journey Church Strasburg
  • Joyful Journey's Enrichment
  • Latina Safehouse
  • Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County
  • Latino Community Foundation
  • Leukemia Lymphoma Society
  • LiveWell Colorado
  • Loveland Housing Authority
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Business Awards
  • MaxFund
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Mercy Housing
  • Mercy Loan Fund
  • Metro Brokers
  • Metro West Housing Solutions
  • Mi Casa
  • Mile High Community Loan Fund
  • Minds Matter
  • Montrose Economic Development Corporation
  • Morgan Community College
  • Mount Evans Home Heath Care and Hospice
  • Mount Saint Vincent Home
  • mpowered
  • National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA)
  • National Organization of African Americans in Housing
  • National Sports Center for the Disabled
  • Neighbor to Neighbor
  • New Foundations Alternatives to Violence
  • NEWSED
  • Parkview Medical Center Foundation 
  • PawsCO
  • Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center 
  • Project Angel Heart
  • Project Linus
  • Project Worthmore
  • Public Relations Society of America Colorado Chapter
  • Pueblo Retention & Expansion Program (PREP)
  • RezDawg Rescue
  • Rocky Mountain Communities
  • Rocky Mountain Community Land Trust
  • Rocky Mountain Food Bank
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Salvation Army of Grand Junction
  • Second Chance Center
  • Senior Housing Options
  • Senior Resource Center
  • Senior Support Services
  • Sheridan Green Elementary
  • Southern Colorado Business Accelerator Program
  • State of Colorado Community Partnerships
  • Stevens Elementary School
  • Sweet Dream in a Bag
  • Tennyson Center for Children
  • The Action Center
  • The Delores Project
  • The Gathering Place
  • Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments
  • Urban Land Institute 
  • Urban Land Institute - Real Estate Diversity Initiative (REDI) Corporation
  • Urban Peak
  • Volunteers of America
  • Warren Village
  • Wild Animal Sanctuary
  • Women's Bean Project
  • Women's Foundation of Colorado