Community Partners

Colorado Builder is dedicated to serving the builder industry in Colorado. We’ve partnered with several organizations that we feel provide important services and benefits to the builder industry and to Coloradans. We believe that by supporting these organizations’ missions, we can help builders be more successful in their businesses and their lives, and make our communities stronger, healthier and happier. To learn more about how to partner with us, please contact Amy Hamm, publisher, [email protected].


The purpose of the Construction Resource Group (CRG) is to establish a select group of qualified business professionals who wish to cooperate for the sole purpose of helping each other succeed in business through the exchange of business referrals, marketplace information, leadership training, and organized builder events. For more information, visit crg-colorado.com.


Habitat for Humanity partners with families and individuals in more than 45 communities across Colorado to help the construct or improve their homes while building strength, stability, and self-reliance. Habitat homebuyers contribute hundreds of hours of seat equity and purchase their houses via an affordable mortgage. ReStores fund Habitat’s provement products, while keeping tons of material out of landfills. For more information, visit habitatcolorado.org or call 303-454-8965.


The mission of the Home Builders Foundation is to provide opportunities for individuals and families with disabilities to achieve quality of life and positively enrich their community. The Home Builders Foundation changes lives by providing home modifications that help individuals remain in their home, and regain independence and dignity. The freedom to move about your home, reach into cupboards, or use your own bathroom are tasks many take for granted. For people with disabilities, these challenges are real. For more information, visit hbfdenver.org or call 303-551-6721.


The Park People is a 48-year-old nonprofit organization that works to preserve, enhance, and advocate for Denver’s parks, recreation resources, open spaces, and urban forest. We have raised tens of millions of dollars for capital improvement projects at sites like the Cheesman Pavilion, the Washington Park Boathouse, the interactive fountain at City Park, the Gates Tennis Center, and playground sites in underserved neighborhoods. Our Denver Digs Trees program has provided Denver residents with more than 50,000 free and affordable trees and works to ensure that all residents have access to the important benefits trees provide. We have trained more than 500 Community Forester volunteers to become tree stewards of our city forest. We also engage businesses in sponsoring and staffing tree planting projects through our Mile High Tree Champions program and help individuals and families celebrate special events and loved ones through commemorative trees planted in Denver parks through our Park Legacy program. For more information, visit theparkpeople.org or call 303-722-6262.


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Colorado Homebuilding Academy is a nonprofit organization created to solve the construction industry’s need for skilled workers by providing hands-on training courses and job placement assistance for both youth and adults. Our mission is to build proud, meaningful careers for a talent-rich workforce across Colorado’s crucial residential construction industry.

When Colorado builders support the Academy, they support the entire industry. Learn how you can be a part of the solution by visiting cohomebuildingacademy.org.


CFMA

Founded in 1981, CFMA is the only organization dedicated to providing construction financial professionals with unparalleled career development and networking opportunities. Along with publishing the award-winning CFMA Building Profits, CFMA offers educational, professional, and connection programs through its 98 chapters, Annual Conference, and online learning to more than 8,200 members. CFMA members are CFOs, controllers, and treasurers working at major commercial construction contractors in general, specialty trade, and heavy/highway sectors, as well as those professionals who service these industry financial professionals, such as accountants, surety agents, bankers, and IT specialists. For more information about CFMA, visit www.cfma.org and follow CFMA on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.