It’s the season of giving and this includes giving back to our four-legged friends.
Through December 31, the Denver Dumb Friends League is taking donations to reach its goal of $1 million to help transform the lives of homeless and neglected pets throughout Colorado.
Donations make a real difference in the lives of these furry friends. In 2018, these contributions helped the DDFL bring in and care for more than 21,000 animals and provide services for over 25,000 dogs and cats.
The DDFL is the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region—providing a strong, compassionate and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves and works with the community to help homeless pets and end animal suffering.
Scott Reiman has been a longtime supporter of the DDFL. Without the compassionate support of community members like Reiman, it would not be able to serve and care for so many animals.
Scott Reiman contributes to ACE Scholarships and its mission to provide every student with the chance and every family with the choice to better their education.
“We are proud of what ACE has accomplished to date. Over the past 17 years, ACE has provided over 19,000 scholarships worth more than $42 million and has partnered with 149 schools throughout Colorado,” said Reiman. “These scholarships have proven to be a strong investment in Colorado’s future.”
For nearly 20 years, ACE has helped Colorado students living in underserved areas attend private schools and therefore expand their opportunities for the future.
As a result, 90 percent of ACE Scholars graduate high school while 73 percent earn a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Take Brittanie’s story below for instance. Hear how ACE gave her and her family the choice to have a say in her education and allow Brittanie to be herself at school. This is just one of the many examples of how ACE is making a difference for students and their families across the country.
The Denver Art Museum will start the phased reopening of its unified campus in June 2020. The initial unveil will open with three levels of the Gio Ponti-designed Martin Building and the new Anna and John J. Sie Welcome Center.
In November 2017, the north side of the campus closed to the public for major renovations. The new campus is designed to better serve the museum’s growing program and visitorship. The complete campus will reopen in time for the Martin Building’s 50th anniversary at the end of 2021.
Scott Reiman is a long-time supporter of the museum and a proud sponsor of the Free for Kids program. He believes all people, especially all children, should have access to high-quality cultural experiences and educational opportunities.
On Monday, May 13, the John Lynch Foundation hosted the 2019 Star of the Month Celebration at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
John and Linda Lynch honored sixty student-athletes at an awards ceremony which celebrated the accomplishments of student-athletes on and off the field from middle and high schools around Colorado. These student-athletes received monthly Star of the Month awards throughout the year.
The John Lynch Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in scholarships to nearly 300 student-athletes, including those with special needs.
Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation support the John Lynch Foundation and its mission to recognize and foster the growth of our next generation of leaders
The Denver Art Museum’s The Light Show exhibit highlights nearly 250 works of art from the DAM’s nine curatorial departments.
The exhibit is co-curated by Rebecca Hart, Vicki and Kent Logan Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, and Jorge Rivas Pérez, Frederick and Jan Mayer Curator of Spanish Colonial Art.
This collaborative showing examines the physical and symbolic representations of light in art. The installation focuses on what the Denver Museum says is the “quest by humanity and artists to understand physical light in the natural world as well as metaphorical, spiritual and divine representations of light.”
Artworks on display include ancient sculptures, paintings, photography, textiles and contemporary installations.
The exhibit is included in general museum admission. Thanks to Scott Reiman and the Free for Kids program, general admission is free for youth ages 18 and under.