Denver, CO

— ROSE Community Foundation

Our work is rooted in history. Rose Community Foundation was created in 1995 with the assets from the sale of Rose Medical Center, a hospital created by Denver’s Jewish community in 1949. Today, we operate entirely independently from the hospital, but our work remains grounded in the priorities that guided the hospital’s work: a tradition of philanthropy, a commitment to serving the entire community and high standards of excellence. Learn more

Denver, CO

— The Jay & Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado

In 1944, Jay and Rose Phillips created a philanthropic foundation so their longstanding practice of giving back to the community could continue far into the future. From the beginning, the Foundation focused on areas where Jay and Rose saw the greatest need: efforts to combat discrimination and honor diversity, self-sufficiency through a hand up not a hand out, health, education, and efforts that helped people with disabilities live a full and healthy life. Learn More

Denver, CO

— Simms/Mann Institute

The Simms/Mann Institute develops and implements innovative programs and resources to address the complex challenges of today. The Institute seeks to empower professionals and individuals alike to make informed decisions and personalized choices within the lens of addressing the whole person; mind, body, spirit. The Institute promotes the exploration, cross-fertilization, and dissemination of cutting-edge research and best practices in the fields of education and medicine. Learn More

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