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  • We have five award categories this year and we’ve made the voting process easy for you. We’re asking all Chamber members to vote for candidates that our Board of Directors has nominated in the Outstanding Citizen of the Year and Community Organization of the Year, and to nominate/vote for one candidate in each of the remaining three categories: New Business of the Year, Small Business of the Year, and People’s Choice Business of the Year. Just click on the link below to start your voting. Your nomination is your vote! 

     

    All Chamber members in good standing are eligible for these awards; if you’re not sure if your favorite business is a Chamber member, you can check our website.

     

    Just click on the link below to get started. Please share this email with other employees, volunteers, and Board members in your Chamber-member business, as we would like to engage as many of our Chamber members as possible.

     

    If you have any questions about the Awards and the voting, please contact info@brightonchamber.com or 303-659-0223.

  • Brighton Legacy Foundation

    • Non Profit Orginization
    • Community Organizations
    PO Box 613
    Brighton, CO 80601
    (303) 659-2196

    About Us

    The Brighton Legacy Foundation aims to improve the quality of life in the Brighton community by serving as the leading source directing charitable support to meet our current and future needs.

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    • About

      The Brighton Legacy Foundation aims to improve the quality of life in the Brighton community by serving as the leading source directing charitable support to meet our current and future needs.

      The Brighton Legacy Foundation improves the quality of life in the Brighton area by:
      -Education the public about the practice of philanthropy and its benefits both to donors and the community.
      -Connecting people with charitable intent and resources with organization and causes that can advance the public good.
      -Gathering, preserving, and stewarding philanthropic resources,
      -Collaborating with other charitable organizations.
      -Serving as a catalyst for selected community initiatives.
      -Making grants to projects and causes that address both the needs and the opportunities in the community.

    • Highlights

      • Educating the public about philanthropy
      • Connecting people with charitable people to advance the public good
      • Gathering philanthropic recourses
      • Serve as a catalyst for community initiatives
      • Making grants available to address the needs of the Brighton community
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