Our giving goal and focus
We want to make a positive impact on the lives of others through supporting charitable organizations within our local community and around the world in two key areas – family and community. We support what’s important to our employees by letting them help decide which organization’s our company gets involved with each year.
Topics important to ElevatePoint
- Learning and education for youth
- Health and wellness, including food security as well as physical, mental and financial wellness
How we give
Because we believe strongly in employee participation and support, we solicit ideas and ask our employees to vote on how we spend our money. We also offer options for them to contribute as well, increasing our total give.
Yearly, our founders – Rob Colwill and Bryan Schoening – give more than 10% of ElevatePoint’s yearly revenue to improve families and communities influenced by what employees believe is important.
We think volunteering together helps the community while engaging employees and building our teams. That’s why ElevatePoint has team-building events twice a year dedicated to supporting a nonprofit within our focus of giving.
Volunteering doesn’t just end with a one-time event. We strive to build relationships with those we sponsor, giving our time monthly for groups like Compassion International and the Denver Street School.
Giving in-kind donations
More than giving money and giving time, ElevatePoint has opportunities to provide clothing, electronic equipment and more to local nonprofits. We want to be sustainable while also honoring our core areas of focus.
We have regular food drives, toy collection drives, school supply drives, and more.
Where we give
Through our time, money, and in-kind donations, we’ve supported global and local organizations including.
- Alzheimer’s Association
- Art Garage
- Big City Mountaineers
- Brent’s Place
- Compassion International
- Denver Street School, including yearly back-to-school supply drive
- Denver Works
- Dress for Success
- Denver Rescue Mission – Champa House & The Crossing, including toy collection & cold weather clothing supply collection
- Food Bank of the Rockies, including bi-yearly food drives
- Habitat for Humanity
- Leukemia Lymphoma Society
- Minds Matter Denver
- Project Angel Heart
- Reach Out and Ready Colorado
- St. Jude’s Hospital
- Trips for Kids Denver
- Youth on Record
- Bi-yearly food drives for Food Bank of the Rockies
- Toy collection for a local charity
Empowering employees to go green, while helping us be more environmentally savvy
We’re a modern workplace that’s nearly completely paperless. Used computer equipment is given regularly to local nonprofits.
ElevatePoint and its employees want to do more, which is why individuals are helping to make the company even more sustainable, with recycling bins at desks for soda cans, cardboard, and the small amount of paper we do use.
“I believe how an organization gives back to the community tells a lot about the culture of a company. At ElevatePoint, it’s part of our core values.”
Rachel Sprague, Director of Operations
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Engagement and giving
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Join us in giving
We value health and wellness (including financial fitness and food security). If you’re from a foundation
asking for donations, contact us to consider your organization in our giving.