INTRODUCING THE SLIFER SMITH & FRAMPTON FOUNDATION

Dec 31, 2014 // Carrie Rauch

Local Foundation focuses mainly on the environment, local families, education and need-based giving.

Breckenridge, CO – Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (SSFRE) has been an integral part of both Summit and Eagle County for years and has helped mold the communities into what they are today. A fundamental part of what makes SSFRE special is their community involvement and charitable giving. Whether monetarily or with their time, brokers from the SSFRE family have been giving back since the early days of Vail and continue to make a difference each year in their charitable giving in both counties.

Every dollar that SSFRE donates each year is given directly to local organizations that make an immense impact on the betterment of our local community. “At Slifer Smith & Frampton we recognize that investing in our local community is a fundamental part of what makes Summit County such a special place to live,” said Jeff Moore, Managing Broker at SSFRE in Summit County.

This year the team at Slifer Smith & Frampton got together to come up with a way to increase their giving as well as their overall impact on the community. “For years our brokers have been giving back to the Summit County in countless ways. We wanted to create a vessel that would help not only our brokers, but also streamline the giving process for our clients and other members of the community,” said Mark Smith, Founding Partner of SSFRE. The Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation is exactly that, an official 501 (c) (3) with an end goal of increasing SSFRE’s outreach as well as giving capabilities. The Foundation focuses mainly on the environment, local families, education and need based giving.

“Thanks to support from the Slifer Smith & Frampton, the High Country Conservation Center will be able to expand the impact of our food donation program next year. Food insecure families throughout Summit County will continue to benefit from locally grown, fresh produce and nutritional education,” said Jessie Burley, Community Programs Manager for High Country Conservation.

For more information about the Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation and to see a full list of the local charities they support visit SSFFOUNDATIONSUMMIT.ORG

 

SSF Foundation - Summit RompToStomp

SSF Foundation Summit

SSFRE Broker Jeri Heminghous and husband helping keep the race on track at the Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer in Frisco, benefiting Susan G. Komen Colorado.
A few of the SSFRE brokers serving dinner at Father Dyer’s Community Dinner: Jill Bourgholtzer, Reilly DeSantis, Kristen Malmgren, Annie Harris, Jennie Gonzalez, Sarah Barclay, Alya Garry, & Jonathan Nixon.

 


Posted in: Local Happenings

Carrie Rauch

Lives in: Summit Cove, CO | Hometown: Algonquin, IL

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