By the Numbers
Finance & Investment Committee
A key responsibility of the Finance & Investment Committee is ensuring that the funds are professionally managed and are performing at a high level. Our goal is to protect endowments and fund balances so that more money can go to support our community.
Katie Willemarck, Chair, U.S. Air Force Academy Association of Graduates and Air Force Academy Foundation
Tad Goodenbour, CPA, FORVIS
Alex Sullivan, UMB Bank
Thayer Tutt*, El Pomar Foundation
Barb Winter, Ent Credit Union (retired)
2021 Annual Report
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2021 Annual Report
2021 marked a momentous year in our nearly century-long legacy in the Pikes Peak Region. We moved into our new home, The Philanthropy Collective, embarking on a new idea to change our community, for good. Beyond The Philanthropy Collective, PPCF continued to inspire generosity and serve fundholders. We wound down the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund and Artists’ Recovery Fund, granting nearly $2 million to organizations and people in need. While the COVID-19 Pandemic is still with us, PPCF stands ready to immediately re-activate our Emergency Relief Fund should the pandemic-or any other emergency-disrupt our community.
Community Impact: By the Numbers
Because excellence matters
The National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations Accreditation Program certifies U.S. community foundations that meet and exceed federal and state law requirements in practice and policy.
The accreditation process is rigorous, and undertaking it demonstrates a community foundation’s commitment to accountability and excellence to its donors, its community, policymakers and the public. PPCF was awarded this designation in 2019.