the 2012 Annual Report

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the 2012 Annual Report
2012
Annual
report
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Community
Dear Friends,
On behalf of our member agencies, board of directors, volunteers, and staff, thank you for making 2012
a milestone year for Community Shares of Colorado! We pushed ourselves to exceed expectations and
achieved just that – posting 5% campaign growth in 2012 and passing $2M in total revenue for the first
time.
However, like any small business during the economic recession, we’ve had to take a close look at our
capacity and priorities and make some smart (but tough) choices. Because we are proud to serve as
your trusted and transparent partner in philanthropy, I’d like to share some of the strategic decisions
we’ve made at Community Shares to become more effective and efficient. I’ve highlighted below six
creative strategies we’ve adopted to refine our business model relative to the external environment.
Dual bottom-line thinking
• We examined the intersection of mission fulfillment and financial sustainability to focus resources on
our most successful programs
Line by line with an open mind
• As a staff we identified cost-saving opportunities by imagining different approaches to our tasks
from big to small
New internship program
• After making the difficult decision to reduce staff size we added several new internship positions to
expand our team to ten
New earned revenue streams
• Thanks to our efficient back-end systems, we are pursuing fiscal management contracts and will
begin pledge processing and distribution for Community Shares of Cincinnati in 2013
Cost-saving collaboration
• Our move into the Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits has resulted in cost reduction and new
partnership opportunities
Start with a “yes”
• Every obstacle has a bearable weight – our job is to figure out how many people it will take to help
us lift
I’m so proud of Community Shares’ flexibility and openness to change and growth! We are relentless
in our efforts to improve our transparency and efficiency. While we look forward to the year ahead, we
thank you for taking the time to look back on our shared accomplishment in 2012.
Thank you for choosing Community Shares as your partner in philanthropy!
Alyssa Kopf, CEO
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letter to the
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Community Shares of Colorado
Thank you to
our 2012
Community
Giving Campaign
Partner
Worksites
Community Shares partners with
more than 175 Colorado businesses
each year to offer workplace giving
campaigns. Employees are able to give
a small amount from each paycheck
to the charities and causes they
care about most. The support of our
workplace partners enables Community
Shares to collect more than $1.5 million
each year with an average paycheck
contribution of less than $1 a day.
Statewide and
National Campaigns
Agilent Technologies
IBM
Visa
Wells Fargo
Denver Metro Campaigns
5280 Publishing, Inc.
ADA Technologies
Adams County Government
Adams County School District 14
Alpine Lumber
American National Bank
American Water Works Association
City of Arvada
City of Aurora
Avtrack
Bankers Bank of the West
City & County of Broomfield
Burkett Design
Centennial Bank
The Center for Animal Wellness
Cherry Creek Public Schools
Children’s Hospital Colorado
COBE Cardiovascular, a Sorin Group
Company
CoBiz Financial
Colorado Center on Law and Policy
Colorado Education Association
Colorado Nonprofit Association
Community Shares of Colorado
Continuing Legal Education in Colorado
(CBA-CLE)
Denver Newspaper Guild
Denver Public Schools Retirees
Denver Regional Council of Govt.
(DRCOG)
E-Commerce Systems (ECS)
City of Englewood
Foster Graham Milstein & Calisher
Culture
OF Giving
Goodbee & Associates
Great-West Financial
Holland & Hart
ING Direct
Iliff School of Theology
Jefferson County Government
Jefferson County Public Schools
Johns Manville
JVA Consulting
Kaiser Permanente
City of Lakewood
Littleton Public Schools
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District
Metro West Housing Solutions
Montgomery, Little & Soran
National Conference of State
Legislators
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
(NREL)
Public Employees Retirement
Association
Rocky Mountain Urgent Care and
Family Medicine
Roger Nittler & Company
RTD Administration
Sherman & Howard
Timber Line Electric & Control
City of Thornton
University of Denver
Urban Drainage & Flood Control
Water Research Foundation
We Did!
Boulder Valley and Northern
Colorado Campaigns
Amgen
City of Boulder
Boulder Community Hospital
Boulder County Government
Boulder Valley Public Schools
Boulder Municipal Employees Federal
Credit Union
Bridge House
Celestial Seasonings
Clothes Pony
Eldorado Natural Spring Water
Emerson Process Management/
Rosemont DP Flow
Exelis Visual Information
Holland and Hart
Hunter Douglas
City of Longmont
City of Louisville
McGuckin Hardware
National Center for Atmospheric
Research & University Corporation for
Atmospheric Research (NCAR/UCAR)
New Belgium Brewing
Pearl Izumi
Research Electro-Optics, Inc.
St. Vrain Valley Schools
Pikes Peak Area Campaigns
Center for Creative Leadership
Colorado College
City of Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Independent
Colorado Springs Utilities
Pikes Peak Area Council of
Governments
Public Giving Campaigns
Combined Federal
Campaigns (CFC)
Denver Metropolitan Area CFC
Intermountain CFC
Larimer County CFC
Pikes Peak Region CFC
Weld County CFC
State of Colorado Combined Campaign
(CCC)
Denver Employees Combined
Campaign (DECC)
Community Shares Member
Agency Campaigns
9 to 5 National Association of Working
Women
Adoption Exchange
ACLU Foundation of Colorado
Arapahoe House
Big City Mountaineers
CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties
Cat Care Society
Center for Work Education and
Employment (CWEE)
CHARG Resource Center
Children’s Hospital Colorado
Foundation
Citizens Project
Clinica Tepeyac
Colorado CASA
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Youth Corps Association
The Delores Project
The Denver Hospice
Denver Urban Ministries-DenUM
Denver Works
Doctors Care
Dumb Friends League
Eco-Cycle
The Empowerment Program
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity
The Gathering Place
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender
Community
Center of Colorado
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation
Sanctuary
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Humane Society of Boulder Valley
Hunger Free Colorado
Invest in Kids
KGNU 88.5 FM & 1390, AM
Independent Community
Radio
Maria Droste Counseling Center
mpowered
Parents, Families and Friends of
Lesbians and Gays
of Denver (PFLAG)
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky
Mountains
Project Angel Heart
Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters
Stride
Trees, Water & People
TRU Community Care
Urban Servant Corps
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC)
Eco-cycle
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Community Shares was founded in 1986 to broaden the types of charities and causes
included in workplace giving campaigns. We introduced new focus areas to high profile
giving campaigns and encouraged investment in local grassroots nonprofits.
We’ve partnered with hundreds of Colorado businesses and tens of thousands of
individual donors giving at work. Community Shares is a valued collaborator in promoting
more inclusive corporate philanthropy in Colorado. Thanks to the initiative and ingenuity of
our corporate partners, more Coloradans see themselves in their workplace giving options.
70% of employees with
a payroll contribution
program would like
more charitable
organizations to
participate. Valuing
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Community Shares of Colorado
Community
Investment
Thank you to
our 2012 member
nonprofits
2012 Community Shares
Member Agencies
9to5 Colorado
ACLU Foundation of Colorado
The Adoption Exchange
American Friends Service Committee
Anti-Defamation League, Mountain
States Region
Arapahoe House
Art Students League of Denver
Bicycle Colorado
Big City Mountaineers
CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties
Cat Care Society
Center for Work Education and
Employment
CHARG Resource Center
Children’s Hospital Colorado
Foundation
Children’s Outreach Project
Citizens Project
Clínica Tepeyac
Colorado Anti-Violence Program
Colorado CASA
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative
Colorado Criminal Justice Reform
Coalition
Colorado Jobs with Justice
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Open Lands
Colorado Public Radio. OpenAir.
Colorado Public Television
Colorado Reptile Humane Society
Colorado Rural Health Center
Colorado Wildlife Federation
Colorado Wildlife Heritage Foundation
Colorado Youth at Risk
Colorado Youth Corps Association
Community Resources Inc.
Community Shares Fund
Community Shares of Colorado
The Conflict Center
Conservation Colorado
The Delores Project
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center
The Denver Hospice
Denver Scholarship Foundation
Denver Urban Ministries (DenUM)
DenverWorks
Doctors Care
Domestic Violence Initiative Serving
Women, Men and Children with
Disabilities
Dumb Friends League
EarthLinks
Eco-Cycle
The Empowerment Program, Inc.
Environmental Learning for Kids
The Feline Fix
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity
Foothills Animal Foundation
Gathering Place
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual &
Transgender Community Center of
Colorado
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation
Center
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Humane Society of Boulder Valley
Hunger Free Colorado
Invest in Kids
Judi’s House
The Kempe Foundation
Keystone Science School
KGNU Community Radio
KUVO/jazz89
KVNF Community Radio
Longmont Humane Society
Maria Droste Counseling Center
Metro Volunteers
Minority Enterprise & Educational
Development
mpowered
NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado
New Foundations NonViolence Center
One Colorado Education Fund
Out Boulder
The Park People
Partners of Delta Montrose and Ouray
PetAid Colorado
Parents, Families, and Friends of
Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG ) Denver
Chapter
Pikes Peak Justice & Peace
Commission
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky
Mountains
Project Angel Heart
Rocky Mountain Arts Association
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy
Network
Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice
Center
Rocky Mountain Wild
Senior Assistance Center
Senior Housing Options
Sense of Security
Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters
Colorado
Stride - the pathway to self sufficiency
Su Teatro
Thorne Nature Experience
Trails and Open Space Coalition
Trees, Water & People
TRU Community Care
Urban Servant Corps
Veterans Green Jobs
Voices For Children CASA
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
VSA Colorado/Access Gallery
W.O.L.F. Sanctuary
Western Colorado Congress
Western Resource Advocates
The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Wild Forever Foundation
Women’s Bean Project
Project Angel Heart
2013 New Members
Chanda Plan Foundation
Colorado Organization for Latina
Opportunity and Reproductive
Rights (COLOR)
Inside Out Youth Services
PlatteForum
Rocky Mountain Micro Finance
Institute
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Along with capital improvements and financial investments in Colorado, our member
nonprofits make a lasting impression on those they serve. Nonprofits invest social venture
capital in human potential. Without nonprofit organizations, who would fund aspiration,
opportunity, and possibility?
Trees, water & people
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With your dollars, our member nonprofits have built a better Colorado. The production
and invention of nonprofit organizations is all around you. The Colorado way of life could
not exist without committed nonprofits leading the way.
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Community Shares of Colorado
Redefining
Philanthropy
Thank you to
our Generous
donors!
The following list includes individuals,
corporations, and foundations that
financially supported Community Shares
of Colorado or the Shares Fund between
July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. If we
inadvertently neglected to recognize
your gift, we apologize. Please contact
our office to report our error.
The Shares Council
Individuals or
organizations who
have contributed
lifetime financial
gifts totalling
$2,500 or more
Individuals
Gypsy Regina Ames
Karen Amidon and
Keith Ksansnak
Richard Anthes
Mac and Jan Avery
Justin Ball and Eric
Deffenbaugh
Katherine Beatty
Bill and Ann Brackett
Barbara and Michael
Brannen
Mary and Charles
Brock
Barbara Brown
Charlie Bruce and
Regina Drexler
Frank Bryan
Ken Burgess
Charlotte and Norman
Codo Charitable Trust
Kathryn Codo
William A. Cooper
David Cunningham
Terrell Curtis
Ethan Davis
Don Dhonau and
Nancy ChouteauDhonau
Michael Dixon
Sharyn Dreyer
Jimy Dudhia
Amanda Fein and Jeff
Williams
Bradley Feld and Amy
Batchelor
Leslie Foster and Jane
Berryman
Steven and Joyce
Foster
David and Carol Sue
Friedman
Tara Friedman and Jeff
Milheiser
Sidney Gates and
Caleb Gates, Jr.
Tom Gleason
Barbara Goodman
James and Joy
Harrison
Robert Henson
James A. Huber
Akira Kasahara
Joseph Klemp
Alyssa Kopf
Paul Lewus
Beth and Andy Lyford
Joseph Mauro
Cara McDonald and
Igor Guziur
Karen Meyer
Corinne Morse
Tammy Mulligan
Jeffrey Noblett
Christopher and Sandy
Olson
Jerry Olson
Jane Oppenheim
Lisa Pedersen
Erik Porter and Eva
Vyas
Erin Pulling
Ed and Catherine
Ramey
Dave Renne
Walter S. Rosenberry III
Charitable Trust
Brenda Roush
Eric Rydholm
Tim Seibert
Pamela Shillam
Greg Shoffner
Stephanie Smythe
John Tuttle
Joseph VanAndel
Oliver and Helen
Wolcott
Andrew Wolff and
Noelle Cooper
Jesse and Molly Wolff
James Wood and
Felicity Hannay
Corporations and
Foundations
Adoph Coors
Foundation
Amgen Foundation
Anschutz Family
Foundation
Automotive Avenues
Celestial Seasonings
CoBiz Financial
Colorado Capital Bank
Colorado Combined
Campaign
Combined Federal
Campaign
The Community
Foundation Serving
Boulder County
Credit Union Harvest
Run
Denver Employees
Combined Campaign
The Denver Foundation
Denver Hospice
Gay & Lesbian Fund for
Colorado
Gill Foundation
Great-West Financial
Hunter Douglas
IBM
Janus Foundation
Jared Polis Foundation
Gift Fund at
the Community
Foundation of
Boulder County
Jay & Rose Phillips
Family Foundation
Kaiser Permanente
McGuckin Hardware
National Renewable
Energy Laboratory
Occasions Catering
Pedro’s Planet Inc.
Planned Parenthood of
the Rocky Mountains,
Inc.
PR Newswire
Prentice Foundation
Rose Community
Foundation
Rosemount DP Flow/
Emerson Process
Management
Silver Lining Foundation
Storage Technologies
Transamerica Insurance
& Investment Group
Visa
Workplace Resource
Visionary ($5,000+)
Anschutz Family
Foundation
Christopher Burghart
Celestial Seasonings
Charlotte and Norman
Codo Charitable Trust
Colorado Combined
Campaign (CCC)
The Community
Foundation Serving
Boulder County
The Denver Foundation
Gay & Lesbian Fund for
Colorado
Jared Polis Foundation
Gift Fund at
the Community
Foundation of Boulder
County
Jay & Rose Phillips
Family Foundation of
Colorado
Rose Community
Foundation
Walter S. Rosenberry III
Charitable Trust
Joseph VanAndel
Oliver and Helen
Wolcott
Su Teatro
Shareholder
($500-$999)
Advanced Microscopy
Group
American Civil Liberties
Union (ACLU) of
Colorado
Gypsy Regina Ames
Patricia Bow
Beverly Broach
Mary and Charles
Brock
Barbara Brown
Frank Bryan
Cat Care Society
The Colorado Bankers
Association
William A. Cooper
David Cunningham
Ethan Davis
Pacesetter
Donald Deane
($2,500-$4,999)
The Denver Hospice
Amgen
Don Dhonau and
Justin Ball and Eric
Nancy ChouteauDeffenbaugh
Dhonau
Combined Federal
DiManna & Jackson,
Campaign (CFC)
LLP
Metro Denver
David and Carol Sue
Gill Foundation
Friedman
Robert Henson
Tara Friedman and Jeff
Kaiser Permanente
Milheiser
Visa
Tom Gleason
Community Leader Great-West Financial
($1,000-$2,499)
Richard Hufendick
IBM
David Bell
Brett Family Foundation Regina and Gary
Jackson
Ken Burgess
Staff of Stawiarski &
Centennial Bank
Associates
Children’s Hospital
Colorado Foundation Akira Kasahara
Alyssa Kopf
Denver Employees
Combined Campaign Mollie Cross and
Dennis Leone
Michael Dixon
Jordan Macknick
Amanda Fein and Jeff
Adrienne Mansanares
Williams
McGuckin Hardware
Bradley Feld and Amy
Batchelor
Dawn McKnight
Brian Gregg
Elysia Min
Steven Hammond
National Renewable
Energy Laboratory
Paul Lewus
Jeffrey Noblett
Beth and Andy Lyford
Linda Parry
Joseph Mauro
Pedro’s Planet Inc.
Corinne Morse
Michael Rieger
Tammy Mulligan
Christopher and Sandy Nikki Schultz
Olson
Douglas Schuster
Jane Oppenheim
James Shields
Rosemount DP Flow/
Mary and Scott
Emerson Process
Snyders
Management
Laura Stuto and Josh
Brenda Roush
Pinkert
Philip Russell
Ben and Alicia Taylor
Time Bomb Deals, Inc. Erik Zeitlow
Investor
($100-$499)
Karen Amidon and
Keith Ksansnak
Kaitlyn Anderson
Erin Atwell and Amy
Drayer
Scott and Patricia
Atwell
Tina Baca
A.A. Baker
Marlin Bales
Elizabeth Ball
Cecilia Banner
Suzanne Banning
Phillip Barber
Roseanne Bauchert
Robert and Mary
Beason
Katherine Beatty
Tim Becker
Erin Binford
Georgia Birmingham
Jim Bowlby and Bebe
Kleinman
David Brown
William Brown
Doug Bry and Jill
Parker
Doris Burd
David Burgess and
Christine Soto
Haldon Burns
Marsha and Michael
Caplan
Tiffany Carlyon
Lara Cervantes
Cindy Chang
Joseph Chervenak
Cris Ciani
Brad Clark
Linda Cochran
Kathryn Codo
Sam Cole
Colorado Data Mail
Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC)
Pikes Peak
David and Lynn Conant
Karen Connelly
Lauren Connolly
Carol and Dan Cook
James and Sandy
Corlett
Kevin Craig
Kathleen Cronan
Jan Crosby
Lee Cryer
Kristen Cummings
Terrell Curtis
Mindy Davidson
Maggie Davison
Melissa Dedrick
The Delores Project
Michael DiManna
Ann Dobyns
Sharyn Dreyer
Connie Dudgeon
Diana Esguerra and
Kevin Padgett
Diane Folsom
Leslie Foster and Jane
Berryman
Jennifer Freeman
Pascale Fried
Kelli Fritts
Katy Gamble
Faye and Larry Gardner
Ryan Gilbert
Michelle Gomez
Barbara Goodman
Julie and Patrick Greb
Gary Gurtler
Stephanie Hallberg
Brandon Hamilton
Laurie Harvey
Karin Henriksen
Luis Hernandez
Melinda Higgs
Kathleen Hill
Paul Hindman
Chanda Hinton
Robert Holt
Hunter Douglas
Invest in Others
Charitable Foundation
The definition of the word “philanthropist” is fairly simple: one who actively promotes
human well-being. However, when we hear the word “philanthropist” our minds often
jump to the most extreme examples; we think of black and white photos of the Vanderbilts
and Rockefellers, the names that grace our buildings, theaters and streets, and the new
generation of billion dollar givers.
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As this annual report reflects, philanthropists don’t just exist in black and white photos;
philanthropists live in bold colors in our vital and vibrant community. At Community Shares,
a philanthropist is not defined by the amount of the gift but by the inspiration that motivates
it. Community Shares’ $22,000,000 investment proves when we work together we can
make a lasting impression on Colorado.
Linda Jacobson
Carol Johnson
Peg Johnston
Simone Jones
Kirk Jubeck
Milton Kahn and Betsy
Herrick
Ed Karg and Rick
Kress
Beth Kaspar and Sean
Rice
Lee Kastberg
KBDI Channel 12
Debra Kennedy
Kristi Keolakai and
John Sellers
Krista Kilgus
Carol King
Sarah Kinzer
Joseph Klemp
Lee and Cheryl Kopf
Jodi and Greg Korthuis
Jessica Kunevicius
Julie LaBarr
Heather Lafferty and
Dart Winkler
Catherine Lang
Danni Lederman and
Sharon Russell
Travis Leiker and David
Proper
Eric Leonard
Richard and Diana
Lyford
Mary Malpezzi
Craig and Susan
Manke
Sarah Marino
Bryan Martin
Carlos Martinez
Patty Martin
Brad Mason
Valerie McBride
Bill McCord
Lydia McCoy
Rita and Anthony
McCoy
Rita McCusker
Bette McDaniel
Cara McDonald and
Igor Guziur
Denise McMahan
Lisa and Jim Merlino
Stephen Meswarb
Jeff Mihaichuk
Brett Miller and Heather
Taussig
David Miller
Ben Mills
Kristin Miner
Cecil Morris
Heather Morton
Michael Murray
Chanthy Na
Simran Nanda
Phil Nash
Jenny Nelson Voss
Amanda and Brady
Nelson
Chris Nelson
Mary Nicholas
Karen Niebrugge
Marshal Norman
Pauline Nunez
Michael O’Donnell
Patrick O’Driscoll
Paula Olmstead
One Colorado
Education Fund
Toni Panetta
Joseph Paulson
Lisa Pedersen
Jana Petersen
Planned Parenthood of
the Rocky Mountains,
Inc.
Erin Pulling
Kate Raabe
Chris Rabenhorst
Sarah Radunsky
Kathy Ramberg
Richard Replin and
Elissa Stein
Russell Rew
Vicki Reynolds
Sean Rice and Beth
Kaspar
Angie Robinson
Paula Robinson
Children’s Hospital
Colorado Foundation
Camille Ruff
Rebecca Ruttenberg
Janet Ryckman
Eric Rydholm
Steve Salter and Karen
Tomb
Timothy Sanford
Jo Schantz
Richard Schermerhorn
Dorothy Schettek
Alison and Paul
Schwabe
Bruce Sellers
Pamela Shillam
Greg Shoffner
Diana Sibayan
Carin Small
Smashburger
Christiano Sosa and
Doug Staggs
Timothy Spangler
Allen Sparkman
Kim Sporrer
Shawna Sprowls
Dave and Chelsea
Stangl
George Stark
Kenneth Stiefler
Michael Story
Carole Suderman
Shaun Sullivan
Janet Swerdlin
Bruce and Penny
Thron-Weber
Timber Line Electric &
Control Corporation
Ellen Toomey
Rex Vedder
Sonia Vittoria
Lawrence Volmert
Julie Wallace
Marc Wallace
Karen Watanuki
Bob Weaver
Webroot
Susan Weinstein
Leanna Weston
Teri Whelan
Ona Wiggington
Barbara Wilson
Suzanne Wilson
Julie Witherspoon
Gina Witz
Jesse and Molly Wolff
Holly Woodbury
James Wood and
Felicity Hannay
Richard and Karen
Yolles
Chris and Kim YuanFarrell
Jim Zelenski
Friend ($1-$99)
Margaret Abramshe
Michael Adams and
Claire Mearns
Betty Aldworth
Robert Alfonso
Jennifer Almstead
Susan Ambrose
Glen Anderson
Eugene Arnold
Brittanie Atteberry
Tim and Kakie Atwell
Leonard Bearden
Garrett Biesboer
Lori Bird
Tamara Blett
Pat Bowen
Debra Brown
Sharon Brown
Matt Buchanan
Timothy Buczak
Joseph Burdick
Greta Burnham
Patricia Callahan
Jill Campbell
Andrea Christensen
Sara Christensen
James Collins
Community First
Foundation
Daniel Cook
Heather Cotham
James Cowan
Clyde Dawson
Denise Delgado
Vicente Delgado
Jan Dorsey
Katherine Drake
Michael Ellis
Suzanne Ernster
Darlene Evans
Renny Fagan
Margaret Filarowicz
Mike and Pattie Fisher
Deidre Frain
Leona Franklin
Christina Frantz
David Friedland
Lisa Friend
Ronda Fritzler
Lacey Gaechter
Maryann GalpinPlattner
Jessie Genther
Allison Gerdes
Stuart Grogan and
Elizabeth Wrenn
Scot Grossman
Barbara Halpin
Alison Hamilton-Deem
Suzanne Hampe
Jan Hanks
Kathleen Hardman
Mary Harvey
Edward Hawley
Matthew Hennigan
Carmon Hicks
Steve and Maggie
Holben
Jeff Howenstein
Joan Wells
Barbara Johnson
Dorothy Johnson and
Richard Hughes
Christopher Judge
Penni Key
Erin Rachelle Kintzle
Sharron Klein
Christine Koleski
Karthik Krishna
Douglas E. Kullerstrand
David and Tami Lack
Rozine Lambertson
Bill and Shari Lawson
Britt Lindell-Colby
Longmont Humane
Society
Betty Lopez
Ron and Mary Ludwig
Denise Lyons
Lynne Mahan
Ellen Manakas
Ernest Mark
Andrew Martinez
Joel Martin
Rosalyn Masterson
Sarah Maxwell
Pete Maysmith
Michael McCoy
Cortright McMeel
Jeff McNally
Linda Meric
James Mills
Bruce and Gail
Montgomery
Jeff Moser
Nina Myers
Francisco Najera
Tuanphu Nguyen
Kent Odendahl
Justin Parkor
Russel Pemberton
Evan Perkins
Robert Perkins
Nicholas Petrie
John Portman
Cory Powl
Lisa Pratt
Christine Priester
Rachel and Leah PryorLease
Eric Pynn
Maryjane Raabe
Stephen Raher
Mary Raven
Angela Reid
Margaret Roberts
Janet Robinson
Rocky Mountain
Regional Payroll
Conference
Maria and Jose
Rodriquez
Marsha Rosinski
Chris Rowe
Kathryn Roy
Patrick Sablich
Sarah Sandusky
Candace Santa Maria
Tom and Sara Scurrah
Becky Seidel
Karin Sheldon
Rachel Shields
Stan Siefer
Tiffany Sloan
Kirk Steadmon
Daniel Steinberg
Christine Strickland
Douglas and Michelle
Striker
Lisa Szumigala
Jessica Taylor
Sonya Thieme
Lee Thompson
Carolyn Thornton
Gail Tinianow
Anne Travis
Kevin Trenberth
Mario Trujillo
Martha Irene Vigil
Daryl Vitale
Jody Waits
Mica Ward
Michael and Rose
Weaver
Mike and Peggy Weber
Ronnie and Rosanne
Weiss
John Wells
Faith Winter
Hope Wisneski and
Courtney Errico
Seth Wong
Bradley Wood
Yanping Wu
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Community Shares of Colorado
2011-2012
financials
Board List
Adrienne Mansanares
Board President
The Denver Foundation
(2009-2014)
Sarah Fischler
Mission Spark
(2012-2014)
Regina Jackson
Metro Brokers Action Jackson Realty
(2008-2013)
Rita McCoy
Vice President
Sense of Security
(2010-2012)
Nneka Johnson
Downtown Denver Partnership, Inc
(2011-2013)
Beth Lyford
Treasurer
Charlton Investment Services
(2009-2014)
Simone Jones
CASA of Adams &
Broomfield Counties
(2010-2012)
Jennifer Freeman
Secretary
Colorado Youth Corps Association
(2009-2014)
Bryan Martin
Land Trust Alliance
(2010-2012)
Tammy Mulligan
At-Large Executive Committee
Denver Urban Ministries
(2008-2013)
Susan Bonsall Rosenberry
Community Leader
(2012-2014)
Mindy Davidson
Project Angel Heart
(2007-2012)
Amanda Fein
Centennial Bank
(2008-2013)
Stephen Meswarb
ACLU of Colorado
(2012-2014)
Mike Rieger
ECommerce Systems
(2010-2012)
Kim Sporrer
Women’s Foundation of Colorado
(2011-2013)
Ben Taylor
Rocky Mountain Tech Team
(2011-2013)
We would like to honor the life of David Lack, a Community Shares board
member from 2007 through his passing in 2012. We are so grateful for his
contributions to our work.
Statements of Financial Position and Activities, June 30, 2012
The following is a statement of financial position and activities for
the fiscal year July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 as audited by Cottrell &
Associates, P.C.
Assets:2012
Cash and cash equivalents $328,160
Campaigns receivable $1,056,924
Uncollectible pledge estimate $116,810
Grants receivable $6,572
Other receivables $28,789
Prepaids $7,844
Property and equipment, net $18,906
Total Assets $1,447,195
Liabilities
Distributions payable $1,353,132
Deferred revenue $54,333
Other payables and accrued liabilities $9,400
Capital lease obligations $5,270
Total liabilities $1,422,135
Net Assets
Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Total net assets $15,241
$9,819
$25,060
$1,477,195
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ExpenseS
Total Pledges for Distribution 76%
Total Giving Funds Distributed 75%
Earned Income 6%
Programs 13%
Direct Contributions 10%
management and general 5%
Campaign Management Fees 7%
Fundraising 7%
2012 Annual Report
Revenue
expenses
Revenue
Public Support2012
Amounts raised on behalf of other organizations Less: amounts remitted and remittable to other organizations
Less: amounts designated to Community Shares
Less: shrinkage expense
Less: campaign expenses deducted by other agencies
Campaign management fees Designation and contributions Special event revenue Net Public Support $2,029,406
$(1,590,302)
$(62,898)
$(117,797)
$(110,753)
$147,656
$186,578
$28,084
$362,318
Revenue
Memberships Interest income In-kind contributions Other income Net Earned Revenue $101,361
$1,718
$13,562
$17,938
$134,579
Net Public Support And Revenue $496,897
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Staff List
Alyssa Kopf
CEO
Erin Atwell
Director of Community Giving
Diana Esguerra
Expenses
Finance Director
Program services Management and general Fundraising Total Expenses
Change in net assets Net assets, begging of year Net assets, end of year $265,004
$109,993
$154,315
$529,252
$(32,355)
$57,415
$25,060
Cindy Chang
Director of Philanthropic
Partnerships
Jason Manke
Media Director
Joseph McNeill
Operations Manager
Since our inception in 1986, Community Shares of
Colorado has been a leader in community-based
philanthropy. Our commitment to inclusiveness and equity
extends to our qualifications for nonprofit membership in
our Community Giving Fund.
Community Shares’ current members vote annually to add
qualified nonprofit organizations to our family of member
agencies. In an effort to promote shared progress, no
member organizations may have conflicting missions and
all members voluntarily choose to support the ideals of our
eight program areas.
All Community Shares member agencies are active in our
efforts to build a more inclusive Colorado. Community
Shares represents only nonprofit organizations that respect
and welcome all Coloradans in their services, volunteer
opportunities, and leadership.
789 Sherman Street Suite 230
Denver, Colorado 80203
303.861.7507 | www.cshares.org
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