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, USA Triathalon 
Heather Carroll, J. H. Edmondson Foundation
 Pam Shockley-Zalabak,CommuniCon, Inc.
Alex Sullivan, UMB Bank
R. Thayer Tutt, Jr., El Pomar Foundation 

2020 Annual Report

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2020 Annual Report


The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was far-reaching and became Pikes Peak Community Foundation’s major focus in 2020. Since 1928, we have served the community in good times and in bad. It is often at the most difficult times that our value to the community is most noticed and appreciated. That was the case once again in 2020.
Within days of the March 2020 shutdown, we launched the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund. This allowed PPCF and its community partners to provide critical financial support to El Paso and Teller County nonprofits serving those in greatest need. You can read about the profound personal impact these collaborative efforts had on the residents of our community in the 2020 Annual Report.
Together, we are building a thriving, resilient community with a vibrant quality of life for generations to come.

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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.