32,000 individuals meet at the Penrose House each year. Many of these groups bring delicious food. We are thankful for the sandwiches, chips, and cookies they cannot finish!
9. Microsoft Office
We are thankful for Bill Gates’ mastery of the mundane. Nametags, mail merges, and label making become a breeze with his programs.
8. Community Involvement
We see the impactful work accomplished by organizations and individuals in the nonprofit community throughout the state. We witness change in cities small and large, and we are thankful for all the individuals making Colorado a better place.
7. Incredible Offices
The Penrose Family designed a beautiful home, and we are thankful we can appreciate their artwork, artifacts and landscaping on a daily basis. The deer and bears in the area also spice up our trip to work.
6. Support Staff
We are thankful for the individuals who keep El Pomar Foundation and the Penrose House looking beautiful 365 days per year. The Housekeeping, Receptionists, Facilities and Conference Support Staff often work behind the scenes to allow El Pomar Foundation staff to uphold its mission statement.
4. Fellowship Network
Since 1991, 225 individuals have experienced the meaningful and challenging work at El Pomar. The Fellowship Alumni set an example of leadership in our community, and they support our dreams us as we look to the future.
The senior staff and trustees of El Pomar Foundation teach us how to thrive. They draw from their expertise and years of experience to mentor us. We are thankful for their investment in our development as individuals and leaders.
2. Great Company
14 young professionals learning to lead in one place creates an amazing family. We have a strong support system to work through struggles and a team to celebrate our successes. Every day is a joy to come to the office because of our fellow Fellows.
1. Spencer and Julie Penrose
They cared about Colorado Springs and the state of Colorado. They improved our community, and we are thankful for their vision and their legacy.
What are you thankful for this holiday season?