The Charitable Foundation of Slifer Smith & Frampton
Committed to the places we work and live.
Please consider making a donation to your favorite local charity through the SSF Foundation:
We give back to the places we call home through The Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation, established in 2015, focused on supporting local community organizations aimed at fostering youth enrichment and education, the arts, athletics and environmental stewardship.
Want to apply for a grant?
Our application process opens each fall for grants distributed the following fiscal year. All organizations on our contact list are notified via email when the grant application becomes available.
The SSF Foundation's SOL Center Matching Funds Campaign
Building Solid Foundations, Supporting Bright Futures.
The Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation is honored to pledge its support of the FIRC/Building Hope Sol Center with a $25,000 matching fund campaign! All donations directed to the campaign will be matched dollar for dollar until we reach our goal of raising $50,000 for this incredible project that will provide a welcoming hub of valuable resources aimed at promoting the well-being of all Summit County.
Please visit the SSF Foundation Sol Center Matching Campaign donor page today and pledge your support:
Rolling up our sleeves.
Our brokers and staff give back to organizations making an impact right here in our community by volunteering on a regular basis. From projects like trail-building to serving food at community dinners, getting local youth outside to enjoy the great outdoors as well as time spent with our local Habitat for Humanity, Adopt-A-Trail Program, and Salvation Army, we’re always looking for ways to make the places we live and love more inclusive and supportive to everyone.
Interested in making a donation to your favorite local charity through the SSF Foundation?
Find information on the many charities we support throughout Summit County.
Here is a sampling of what some of our charities are saying:
Slifer, Smith & Frampton Real Estate, whether it is through their "Match Madness" benefits or their Foundation grants, are helping local non-profits continue their programs with their generosity. Their application process is easy and the results are something we really appreciate and the funds will be used to help many needy animals in our community. L.A.P.S. says thanks and gives all of you a 4Paw Salute and a 5-star rating!
The SSF Foundation has supported two of our key programs. Without the support of the SSF Foundation and other community members like them, we would not be able to provide these programs to public school students and teachers of Summit County. First, the SSF Foundation supports the Eileen Finkel Innovative Teaching Awards which provides teachers funding to implement innovative and creative projects including a poetry slam competition, drones for photography class, and interactive read-aloud electronic books. SSF Foundation supports another key program, Summit Books for Kids, which increases access to books for students who do not have the support or means to purchase them. This program helps these students develop into engaged and lifelong readers. We are so grateful for the SSF Foundation’s support—they are helping improve the education of every public school student in Summit County.
- The Mackenders
- Ritamarie Olivieri
- Timothy Mescon
- Hans Lauderbach
- Dave and Shawn, Parker CO
- James Dick
- Drew Vogel
- Roger T.
- Pam Buderus
- Laura and Chris, St Louis MO
- Craig & Annette Bolt
- Wayne Ragsdale
- Gary Ben-Yehouda Family Trust
- Peel Chronister
- Peter Governale
- Cathy McCarthy
- Skip and Kirsten, Evergreen CO
- Lauren Mescon
- Mark Caldwell
- Jim and Andy, Denver CO
- Bill Harvin, Timbers Unit #3079 (developer and former HOA president) , Keystone, CO
- The Marters, Denver, CO
- Dave Roller
- Peel Chronister
- Sarah McQueary
- Richard Young
- Lauren Mescon
- John M Field
- Rick, Layfette CO
- Keith Petersen
- Susan Chronister
- Dorene Johnson
- David & Linda Roller