Partners


Give Next is made possible through the support of many community partners.

Bohemian Foundation

Bohemian Foundation’s Community Programs staff funds and manages the program design, implementation and evaluation of Give Next. The staff is also responsible for its promotion and growth.

Community Foundation of Northern Colorado

The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado receives donations in support of Give Next classrooms and processes grant awards to the nonprofits selected by the students.

Give Next Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committee, a dedicated team of community volunteers, is responsible for securing all classroom donations and assisting with events throughout the year. They also offer their insights and expertise to help Give Next grow and succeed.

  • Stephanie Dohn, Dohn Construction, Inc.
  • Matthew Helmer, CSU University Advancement
  • Mary Jackson (Chair), Community Volunteer
  • Denise Juliana, Community Volunteer
  • Elizabeth Messerli, Community Foundation of Northern Colorado
  • Kevin Mullin, Estes Park Health Foundation
  • Lauren Nelson, Ninja LLC
  • Nancy Patton, Canvas Credit Union
  • Marissa Riopelle, First Western Trust
  • Erica Siemers, UCHealth: PVH and MCR Foundation
  • Cheryl Zimlich, Bohemian Foundation

2021-2022 Give Next Schools

This year 26 Estes Park, Poudre and Thompson School District middle and high schools are participating in Give Next. Schools are selected through an application process. For more information about becoming a Give Next school, contact us via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone at 970-221-2636.

Estes Park School District:

  • Estes Park High School

Poudre School District:

  • Blevins Middle School
  • Boltz Middle School
  • Cache La Poudre Middle IB World School
  • Centennial High School
  • Fort Collins High School
  • Fossil Ridge High School
  • Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School
  • Lesher Middle IB World School
  • Lincoln Middle IB World School
  • Polaris Expeditionary Learning School
  • Poudre Community Academy
  • Poudre High School
  • Preston Middle School
  • PSD Global Academy
  • Rocky Mountain High School
  • Wellington Middle School

Thompson School District:

  • Berthoud High School
  • High Plains School
  • Loveland High School
  • Lucile Erwin Middle School
  • Mountain View High School
  • Riverview PK-8 School
  • Thompson Valley High School
  • Turner Middle School
  • Walt Clark Middle School

Local Nonprofits

Local nonprofits are essential to Give Next’s success. Nonprofit staff not only take time to submit Give Next grant applications, they also build relationships with the students through visits and volunteer opportunities. Many participate in Give Next Kickoff Day. The connections made between local nonprofits and students are among Give Next’s most impactful elements.

See Nonprofit Opportunities

Give Next Classroom Donors

Special thanks to our generous classroom donors, many of whom have supported Give Next since the first year. Together they provide the $5,000 for each classroom’s grantmaking.

  • Judith Aranow
  • Berthoud Community Fund*
  • Colina Foundation
  • Edwards Family Fund
  • Encouraging Educational Excellence Fund*
  • Estes Valley Community Fund*
  • Fort Collins Automobile Dealer Association
  • Fort Collins Community Fund*
  • Denise and Patrick Juliana
  • Dr. Andy and Pam Howard
  • Larry and Pat Kendall
  • Loveland Community Fund*
  • Blake and Kelly McBartlett
  • Gerard and Pennie Nalezny
  • Len Roark
  • Leslie & Steve Taylor
  • Cheryl and Joe Zimlich

*Fund of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado

  • Advance Tank & Construction, Co.
  • Brinkman Construction & Brinkman Development and Investment
  • Canvas Credit Union
  • Dohn Construction, Inc.
  • First Western Trust
  • HP Enterprise
  • Mawson Lumber and Hardware
  • United for Youth
  • Serimus Foundation
  • Woodward Charitable Trust

Student Fundraising Match

To celebrate Give Next’s 10th year, Alpine Bank is matching student fundraising, dollar-for-dollar, up to $10,000, in the 2021-2022 school year.

  • Alpine Bank