In 2012, VHC helped the Rose Community Foundation (RCF) in Denver, CO recognize its legacy donors with the Living Legacy Tapestry. Now, in 2015, RCF is commemorating its 20th year of community engagement by transporting the Tapestry to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
You can read the whole history of RCF here, but in short the Foundation was established in 1995 after the sale of Rose Medical Center, in order to further a legacy of community-centered philanthropy. RCF’s five program areas focus on grant-making to support the Greater Denver community’s aging members, child and family development, community education, health needs in the community, and a vibrant tradition of Jewish life.
Lynn and Leah will be speaking about their work with RCF and re-presenting the Tapestry at the commemoration of its 20th year of community-oriented philanthropy on Thursday.