In 1993, a group of local officials, business people and private citizens, identified five areas of concern: education, the arts and humanities, human services, senior services, and civic projects . They founded The Broomfield Community Foundation by pooling charitable contributions from across the city to ensure that there would be financial support for our Broomfield non-profits to provide the necessary activities and services.
Hundreds attended the Heart of Broomfield award ceremony Monday night at the Omni Interlocken Resort, 500 Interlocken Boulevard, which also recognized the 25th anniversary of the Broomfield Community...more
Karen Smith, former director of the Broomfield Community Foundation, met Cuss years ago at a Broomfield Community Services Network meeting where he talked about human service programs the church was...more
Nancy Clark, who has served with Swenson in the Broomfield Crossing Rotary Club for 17 years, said she has witnessed first-hand the many community activities and events Swenson has organized and...more
For years they gave Broomfield songs, established food pantries, mentored students — and in one instance — devoted a life of service that ended in a foreign country. Winners of this year's Heart...more
Broomfield Buddies is a designated fund with the Broomfield Community Foundation. Since 2013, the group recruited and trained 25 volunteers who have worked more than 3,000 hours in Broomfield schools...more
Celebrating 25 years with the Community Foundation, an organization that greatly impacts the area, is special for Up With People since it, too, once called ... Marianna Williams, executive director...more