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AS CAMP WAS REKINDLED IN ALL KINDS OF MAGICAL WAYS, OUR MISSION REMAINED OUR GUIDEPOST.

OUR MISSION Roundup River Ranch enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families by offering free, medically-supported camp programs that provide unforgettable opportunities to discover joy, friendships, and confidence. 2


Dear Friends and Supporters,

This year brought uncertainty and uneasiness. But it also brought magical thinking about how we deliver camp experiences. Last year, the pandemic forced our campers, volunteers, supporters, staff, and the camp community to quickly adapt to a new and challenging reality. With the spirit of togetherness, we worked to ensure our camp programs continued. Children with serious illnesses and their families received the healing power of camp all year long in various formats and lengths – all free of charge. Our new innovative programs offered connection, support, and social-emotional learning to children across the country, from homes to hospital rooms. Over the summer and through the fall, we launched and continued our Camp Online and Joy, Delivered programs and prepared to offer even more engaging virtual offerings. When a camper family requested a virtual No-Hands Spaghetti Dinner, we provided a fun way for families to slurp, dance, and giggle together. Families needed camp more than ever this past year and, thanks to you, we increased camper experiences by 34% compared to 2019. An organization is only as strong as its people and your generosity and resilience helped make this a year of magical strength. Together, we found innovative ways to share camp and our signature events, and with the dedication and unwavering spirit of our camp community, we will tackle any new challenges that lie ahead. Our success in 2020 gives us confidence that we can continue providing the healing power of camp, in more ways, in 2021 and beyond. Wherever and whenever our campers need us, we’ll meet them there. Thank you for your continued support,

Cathie Bennett, JD Chair, Board of Directors

Ruth B. Johnson, JD President & CEO

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Founders’ Circle

Founding Board Members

Board of Directors

Recognizing visionary supporters who have made a lifetime contribution of $1,000,000 or more.

Ex Officio

Chair

$5,000,000 - $9,999,999 Frechette Family Foundation T. Denny Sanford

$2,500,000 - $4,999,999 Kathy and Trent Cole The Ferguson Family The Gogel Family

$1,000,000 - $2,499,999

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The Foley Family Gates Frontiers Fund The Green Foundation Hermes Group Francie and David Horvitz Knapp Mandell Family Donna and Pat Martin Foundation Daniel and Janet Mordecai Paul Newman / Newman’s Own Foundation Gretchen and Bob Ravenscroft Bernard and Suzanne Scharf Julie and Hugh Sullivan Family

John Forester, JD Ruth B. Johnson, JD Derik and Brenda Allerton Pam Bard Glory and Mike Burns Jeri and Charlie Campisi Chris Carmichael Marla and George Coleman Wiley** and Ida Daniel Kathy and David Ferguson Craig Foley Rebecca Foisy Riff Laurie Galbreath Gerald Gallegos** John** and Linda Galvin Jane Healy Rick Hermes Alison Knapp Merv Lapin Charles and Sandy** Lloyd Robert Mandell Jim Morter Dick and Sally O’Loughlin Candace Palmer Greg Repetti Anne Roberts Bernard and Suzanne Scharf Beth Slifer Susan Washing Carole Watters Karin and Bob Weber Kim and Steve Winesett

Cathie Bennett, JD

Immediate Past Chair Julie Sullivan, JD

Vice Chairs Bob Shafer Matt Teeters

Directors

Tim Beyer*, JD Janis Burrow* David Cohen, MD Steven Cohen, JD Kathy Cole Carolyn Craig Leslie Davies* Regina Fink*, RN PhD Alissa Gardenswartz, JD Greer and Jack Gardner, JD Lia Gore, MD Clyde Hanks Judy and Bob Holmes,* JDs Dennett Hutchinson, JD Becky* and Anthony Kinney Shane Kleinstein Joan Maclachlan* Donna Martin Steve Pope Bob Ravenscroft*

Debbie and Jim Schultz Elizabeth L. Stern Julie Sullivan, JD and Hugh Sullivan Beverly and Bruce Wagner Keith Weisz, MD Margaret Wood Tom and Leewood Woodell Kristy and Bill Woolfolk Scott and Joni Wylie Sara and KP Yelpaala Nancy Zirkin

Honorary Board Members John Gates and Julia Wrapp

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John Forester, JD Ruth B. Johnson, JD

Founder

Alison Knapp

Chair Emerita

Lia Gore, MD

In Memoriam Gerald Gallegos Les Stern

Honorary Chairpersons**

President Gerald R. Ford and Mrs. Betty Ford

*Indicates a board member who served during FY2020 and who has since transitioned from the Board. **In Memoriam

Bernard “Bernie” and Suzanne Scharf Founding board member Bernie Scharf and his wife Suzanne set up a transformational gift of $1.5 million through an irrevocable trust toward Roundup River Ranch’s unrestricted endowment, the Forever Fund. In his humble way, Bernie shared, “What’s really transformational though, is what the camp has done for thousands of kids by enriching their lives. Roundup River Ranch is remarkable in that in these times of need, it did a really good job of holding virtual camp.” The Scharfs believe that Roundup’s mission touches peoples’ hearts and is the role model for other camps, and they want to be part of that legacy. They have seen how the camp has grown strategically over the years and, as Bernie says, “I wasn’t able to do this years ago, but I can now. We are going to leave a substantial legacy to Roundup River Ranch. The amount it is now is just a portion of what it will be in the future.”


“I’ve been at camp and it has brought tears to my eyes. It is 100 percent about the kids. The best thing we see is the children connecting with their peers. These kids – illness or not – are the ones who are going to change the world.” – Bernie, Founding Board Member

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Message from Leadership

Camp Program Updates

Camp by Numbers

Volunteer Highlights

Geographic Reach

Strategic Plan Update

Financials

A Look Ahead

Corporate Spotlights

Campfire Societies: Donor Recognition

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WHEN WE SAID, CAMP WAS GOING TO BE DELIVERED THROUGH COMPUTER SCREENS, YOU GAVE US A RESOUNDING, “WE BELIEVE IN YOU!”

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lisabeth is eight years old and lives with pulmonary hypertension – a rare type of high blood pressure that affects her lungs and heart. While there is currently no cure, modern advances in medicine have helped Elisabeth slow its progression. “Elisabeth has been on oxygen since she was just two years old,” Elisabeth’s mom Jan explained. “That’s pretty tough for a little kid. Other kids are curious and often just stare at her. But she is a resilient little girl and has never let her condition slow her down.” Due to Elisabeth’s rare condition and the COVID-19 pandemic, the MacDonald family has been isolating even more than other families. Camp Online provided her the opportunity to have those social connections that she is missing out on in-person.

“Seeing the joy on Elisabeth’s face after her first day of Camp Online was the best. We didn’t know what to expect or if she would be able to make connections virtually — but between the dancing and activities, the staff makes the whole experience a complete joy. Plus, Elisabeth is able to have great fun in a safe and controlled environment.” Jan said that Elisabeth is such a social butterfly and this year in quarantine has really had an impact on her. She hasn’t been able to see friends or participate in her regular extracurricular activities. Being able to login to camp has helped her and her family get through these long months and Elisabeth is able to be silly, giggle, dance, and talk to other kids.

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Elisabeth has participated in numerous Roundup River Ranch online programs including Summer Camp, Weekend Kids Camp, Day Camp, and Camp Clubs. She joined her camp friends weekly during Holiday Cheer Club and Wood Cookie Club. She says her favorite part about Camp Online is, “Talking to all the other kids and staff makes me feel like I have a big group of friends and I’m happy to be around other kids my age. I feel like I fit in here. They don’t stare at my oxygen tube and we just get to talk and have fun!” Through our online programs, campers have a consistent connection with camp – something that is imperative to their social and emotional health during a time of intense isolation. And, Jan shared that Camp Online was the perfect way to get her family connected to camp. “Getting the opportunity to join in on the fun online has been huge for our family. Now she can’t wait to attend traditional camp – and we’re less nervous about sending her!” Jan added, “Having a child with a medical disability can be very expensive. There often isn’t any extra money in the budget for camps and activities. Roundup River Ranch is completely free of charge so no child has to miss out on the joy of camp. Thank you for changing our family’s life! We could not be more grateful.”


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Cindy Engles Cindy is a savvy philanthropist who is passionate about tackling tough issues or new needs. When we shared our need to pivot to Camp Online in 2020, Cindy was excited by the ingenuity and creativity to find new ways to serve children with serious illnesses and their families. Cindy leads by example and invites others to join her in getting involved in camp. Not only is she a changemaker, her partner Stuart also gives blood, sweat and tears (quite literally) to support Roundup River Ranch, biking nearly 2,000 miles cross country to bring awareness and raise funds for Roundup River Ranch.

“I love how our campers are finding hope and joy through the Camp Online programs. Roundup River Ranch was brilliant in their strategy of making ‘Camp Lemonade’ from ‘Covid Lemons!’” – Cindy 7


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Magical moments: Camp Online was a bright light in a year of uncertainty.

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amp Online provides an interactive, movement-based, engaging camp experience - full of love and laughter through an exciting online platform. Campers doodle on individual whiteboards, send supportive messages in the chat box, create art projects, camp dance live together, share documents, view videos as a group, and more all while connecting in their online cabins with their cabinmates. It combines all of the things campers love about traditional camp including fun camp activities, super cool adult role models, and kids getting to meet other awesome kids on a similar life journey. Camp Online includes week-long Summer Camps, Weekend Camps, Day Camps, and activity-specific Camp Clubs. Camp Online is a safe and accepting environment for campers and their families, volunteers, and staff. All receive training on internet safety, and Roundup River Ranch staff and volunteers receive additional training on online emergency procedures and child protection. A designated leadership team is also assigned to support technology and safety needs during all online programs.

“With the video and chat feature, people were able to communicate in whichever way they were most comfortable. At camp, you can express yourself in whatever way makes you feel the most honest and happy. It’s an incredible, freeing experience.” – Addison, Camper 8

Laurie Galbreath As a former board member at Roundup River Ranch and current co-chair of our Denver Think Tank, Laurie has been an avid supporter of ours for more than a decade. She has used her expertise, leadership and financial generosity in an enormously impactful way and is one of our cherished supporters who helped make Camp Online possible in 2020.

“My admiration for Roundup River Ranch has grown even stronger due to their responses to the pandemic. The administration’s orientation to COVID-19 and staying true to their mission are worthy of a national award. It warms my heart to watch campers dancing together remotely.” – Laurie


You know what’s really magical? Havingabigboxofcamp-tasticfun arrive (ta-da!)AT YOUR DOORSTEP.

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oy, Delivered is an out-of-the-box camp experience that supports and engages children in fun activities that inspire creativity, compassion, resilience, and teamwork. The activities are innovative and screen-free and each box is filled with all the supplies, instructions, and activities needed to experience the joy of camp. These boxes of joy are provided on a quarterly basis with new, fresh activities and supplies each quarter. Always free of charge.

“Roundup River Ranch sent a BIG box of joy to my house! I didn’t know that much stuff could fit in that small of package. It made me so happy!” – Eliana, Camper

So, what’s in this magical box? Each box includes at least eight DIY activities that can be experienced alone or with others including: • Art projects • Get Up and Get Active activities • STEM activities • Songbook

• Solar fairy lights • Solar balloon • Fun jokes and riddles and more!

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Magic Makers and Joy Creators: Gretchen and Bob Ravenscroft

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n a warm day in July of 2013, Gretchen and Bob Ravenscroft first came to visit and tour Roundup River Ranch. They were guided throughout the campsite, enjoying seeing campers shoot their first bow and arrow, fly down the zip line, and dance on the lawn outside their cabins. Then, as they were on a golf cart tour of camp and on their way to Trent’s Cookhouse for lunch, their golf cart came to a sputtering stop and broke down. Bob quickly jumped out of the cart and pushed it up the hill to get it back to the maintenance barn. Finally making it to the Cookhouse for a well-deserved lunch, Bob and Gretchen shared their praise for the organization and their heartfelt connection to the mission. Then they made a remarkable, transformational commitment to Roundup River Ranch of $1 million. Not only did the golf cart hiccup not dissuade them from offering this incredible support, Bob also proclaimed, “I would also like to support getting you some new golf carts for camp. I will make an annual commitment to do that as a pleasant reminder of our first visit to camp.” Since that time, the Ravenscrofts have made several visits to camp. Often you will find Bob performing for campers after lunch, playing the piano, and engaging them in conversations around musical theory, the mood and emotions of music and what types of music inspires them. In 2020, when it became clear that Roundup River Ranch would be offering new opportunities for campers to engage with camp, Bob and Gretchen were ready again to offer support. This time, they underwrote the Joy, Delivered program so that campers who needed a different experience from Camp Online, could still benefit

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from the engaging, creative, and intentional program activities of Roundup River Ranch. In addition to the amazing impact of these deliveries in 2020, the Joy, Delivered program will continue to provide new activities and content to campers each quarter in 2021 and beyond.

Bob and Gretchen’s gentle, thoughtful, and mission-driven approach to their philanthropy has forever changed Roundup River Ranch and has impacted thousands of children with serious illnesses by providing hope, healing, and musical inspiration.


2020 CAMP SEASON: MAGICAL, MEANINGFUL, INTENTIONAL.

“I learned that no matter where we are, camp is always with us.”

In 2020, remote learning and stay-at-home orders created an increase in isolation for our already vulnerable population of kids with serious illnesses. They needed camp now, more than ever. At Roundup River Ranch, our programming model is filled with intentional, educational moments and activities that build courage, resilience, acceptance of self, and so much more.

– Sam, Camper

Magical Moments:

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SummerCamp Campers received 28 total contact hours.

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of campers made new friends. of campers built confidence. of campers practiced empathy.

FamilyCamp Families received 11 total contact hours.

93% 89% 74%

of families reported the camp experience brought their family closer together. of families said they met someone on a similar life journey, so they felt less alone. of families said they were able to relax during camp, so their child relaxed too. 11


MEET OUR SUPERHERO VOLUNTEERS! Max from Mexico

Tom “The Dude”

“The announcement of Camp Online made sense for Roundup River Ranch. That is the camp magic — when we go through tough times, we find a way to overcome them. Having the opportunity to give hope and joy to campers through smiles from anywhere in the world reminds me that superheroes truly are everywhere.” – Max, Volunteer

If you ask Tom “The Dude” Schweizer what his favorite week of the year is, without a doubt, he will say, “Summer Camp at Roundup River Ranch.” For the past 11 years, Tom has volunteered as a Roundup River Ranch camp counselor during week-long Summer Camps. He has seen campers grow over the years and watched them become young adults. Tom says that watching the evolution of a shy 12-year-old eventually becoming a natural leader of their cabin at 17 is very special to witness. Tom knows the memories and friendships made here will last a lifetime and so he volunteers to support many of our peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns throughout the year, often encouraging his friends and family to donate to Roundup River Ranch on his birthday. This year, Tom was eager to volunteer during Camp Online and soon realized it was very similar to traditional camp.

Meet Max, a 24-year-old volunteer all the way from Mexico. Max joined the Roundup River Ranch family in 2018 as a summer staff member when he was a college student. In 2020, Camp Online gave Max the opportunity to continue his volunteer support while quarantining safely with his family in Mexico. Max was one of five volunteers from Mexico who supported our campers through Camp Online, showing his superhero support by volunteering the most of anyone in 2020 with a total of 14 camp sessions and 311 hours! His favorite part of Camp Online was getting to see campers excited, connecting with others, and dancing in their own homes.

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“Even online, you spend your time leading activities, guiding the crafts or games, coaching them along, and keeping them motivated. I hope that when Summer Camp is back in session at the campsite, Camp Online will continue as well. Whether campers are at camp or logging in from their homes, camp in any form gives campers a chance to be who they want to be.“ - Tom, Volunteer


Connect one volunteer with one camper and the magic starts multiplying. This past year, many of our valued volunteers have continued to generously give their time and energy to support campers despite the unique challenges of being virtual. We are sincerely grateful and appreciative of their ongoing commitment and dedication to supporting our Roundup River Ranch community.

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HOW MAGICAL IS CAMP? IT’S BELLY LAUGHS FOR KIDS AND “COMPLETE BLISS” FOR PARENTS.

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ourtney Bernal and her family are constantly investigating, learning, and trying new things in helping their son Andy live his very best life as he deals with his illness. Courtney learned about Roundup River Ranch through Andy’s doctors and knew that being able to connect with other kids who have neurological injuries and illnesses similar to his could be a wonderful part of their healing journey. After visiting the campsite and then attending his first Summer Camp in 2019, they quickly fell in love with camp. “As a family, are still learning to navigate Andy’s illness and find the right resources and opportunities that work for him. Roundup River Ranch is like having a bubble bath or a spa moment for the parents. It is incredible,” shared Courtney.

“Even if you are not face to face you can still make great friendships.” – Andy, Camper

Roundup River Ranch’s new program offerings amidst the pandemic were life-changing for the Bernal family. “I have to offer the highest of compliments for Roundup River Ranch’s Camp Online. Andy has joined a lot of different sessions and everything offered has just been astounding. From the Joy, Delivered box of amazing activities and supplies, to the various Camp Clubs and Day Camps – we can’t say enough good things! Even though the kids all come with different experiences and challenges, there are commonalities between them all and each session Andy comes away with a new friend. The social aspect has been a really significant opportunity. I love walking by while Andy is engaged in Camp Online and seeing the smiling faces and him laughing and fully immersed in camp. The programs are creative, age-appropriate, joyful, and stress free.”

“Every week Roundup River Ranch provides a few hours of complete bliss. We are so grateful; Roundup River Ranch is such a blessing to have in our lives.” – Courtney, Camper Mom

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In 2020, we served campers from a total of 29 states.

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Our unbelievably generous volunteers supported us from two countries (U.S. and Mexico), including four Mexican states and 14 states within the United States.

During the 2020 camp season, we welcomed campers with illnesses that fell within the following 23 diagnostic categories: • Acquired Immunodeficiency • Asthma (moderate to severe) • Blood Disorders • Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant • Brain Tumors • Cancer • Celiac Disease • Craniofacial Anomalies

• Dermatologic Disorders (life-altering) • Eosinophilic Esophagitis • Epilepsy • Gastrointestinal Disorders • Heart Disease (acquired and congenital) • Heart Transplant • Kidney Disease (Peritoneal and Hemodialysis) • Kidney Transplant

• Liver Disease • Liver Transplant • Lung Disease • Neurologic Disorders • Sickle Cell Disease • Type 1 Diabetes • Weight Related Medical Conditions (Lipid Disorders, Type 2 Diabetes, Fatty Liver Disease, Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity) 15


LAST year, two in-person galas were magically transformed intooneincredible,virtualnight.

A Grateful Gathering In a year like no other, Roundup River Ranch hosted a night like no other. Instead of holding our two annual camp-inspired galas, A Grateful Harvest in Gypsum, Colorado and A Taste of Camp in Denver, Colorado, we combined these two signature fundraising events into our first ever virtual gala. On Monday, August 10, 2020, A Grateful Gathering came to life as attendees were invited to join in from anywhere for a free hour-long event featuring camper performances, a high-profile live auction, Camper Call paddle raise, and inspiring stories. Co-Chairs: Debbi Alpert, Linda Hendricks, Alissa Joblon, Donna Martin

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“Whatever worries and frets I may have, they diminish when I see the face of a happy child who has been involved with Roundup River Ranch. Their joy is why I choose to spend my hours to help make a difference for these brave children. Their life, their stories, the things they battle every day, truly helps me see the big picture. It feels good to know I am helping to create positive experiences in their lives, and I know my life is richer because of it.” – Linda Hendricks

“We feel so fortunate to be able to introduce our friends and family to such an important organization that is truly a gem in our own state, making such a significant difference. It feels good to know that our A Taste of Camp events are making it possible to serve so many more children with serious illnesses year after year. Camp is life-changing for these kids that are struggling and it’s because of your incredible support that it continues to thrive so successfully.” – Debbi and Lee Alpert

million raised guests attended across 21 states (in-person attendees and live stream viewers) of guests donated at the event new donors

“Roundup River Ranch has been unwavering in their commitment to make campers number one. Their dedication toward bringing joy and laughter to the lives of children and their families dealing with serious illnesses creates a positive impact that carries forward long after the giggles around the campfire are shared. Our commitment to this organization through A Grateful Harvest ensures successful year over year operations of the camp. We also believe in securing the future of Roundup River Ranch, which is why we have also chosen to support capital efforts that will help provide life-changing experiences for children and their families for many years to come.” – Donna and Pat Martin


MORE EVENT MAGIC IS ON THE WAY. A Taste of Camp June 23, 2021

A Grateful Harvest August 14, 2021

Honoring Superhero Award Recipient, Janet Mordecai, a recognition awarded to volunteers and supporters who have made a lasting, heroic difference at camp.

Honoring Paul Newman Legacy Inductees, Kathy and Trent Cole, a recognition awarded to celebrate individuals who, like Paul Newman, have made a commitment to the long-term sustainability of camp.

As a retired nurse, Janet was especially enthusiastic about helping to bring a camp for children with serious illnesses to Colorado. Since the first vision for Roundup River Ranch began, she wanted to make a meaningful difference here, just as she has supported cancer research and many other organizations throughout Colorado. As Roundup River Ranch was beginning to flourish, Janet wanted to make a transformative contribution and suggested using it to build a pool at camp. Instead, three years later, her generosity created DJ’s Junction (abbreviated for Daniel and Janet). DJ’s Junction, located at the heart of camp, brings all aspects of camp together and provides much needed space for medical volunteers and staff. “Little did I know, that I would call about helping build a pool and quickly find myself fully inspired to support building a multi-purpose space that includes medical housing, administrative offices for staff, indoor program space, and the Gates Observatory. I love that my gift could be leveraged in such a way to support the greatest organizational needs, and especially include support for fellow medical staff and the wonderful team that keeps Roundup River Ranch thriving.”

Celebrating campers who have superpowers like courage, strength, and hope.

“Life is short. Eat dessert first.” This is the quote beneath Trent Cole’s photograph in Trent’s Cookhouse at Roundup River Ranch. This seize the moment attitude to live life to the fullest encapsulates the way Kathy Cole lives her life and how she honors her late husband’s legacy. Kathy and Trent became founders when camp was still merely an idea. Since then, Kathy’s support has escalated from working as A Grateful Harvest CoChair to volunteering in the kitchen of Trent’s Cookhouse, delivering snacks to volunteers at the Challenge Course, lending wisdom to strategic plan conversations, or leveraging her philanthropic dollars to make a big impact at camp through new capital projects. Kathy gives of her time, talent, and ideas in every way to serve the campers of Roundup River Ranch.

Superheroes Are Everywhere April 1 – 22, 2021

Join us online or at one of our hosted small gathering events.

A peer-to-peer online fundraiser honoring campers, inspiring action, and raising money.

RoundupRiverRanch.org/events

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During this one-hour designated adult-only time, parents of children with serious illnesses were offered an opportunity to connect with others on a monthly basis. Conversations ranged from their children’s newly diagnosed mental health issues, to the pandemic, to exchanging tips on how to navigate the health system and sharing ideas for how to stay positive. Caregivers reported feeling connected and less isolated on their difficult journey of having a child with a serious illness during this program. “It’s so nice to spend this time with other adults and to talk to people who understand,” expressed one mom. Café au Lait is an opportunity to openly talk about topics that are often unknown to their peers, neighbors, and coworkers, with an entire group of understanding parents, is a welcome support and one that allows for connections to be made and a new sense of community to be formed.

“Joining this Café au Lait gave me some time away from my normal day-to-day routine. I was able to connect with other parents and learn how they are coping with this crazy world we are in. Thank you for helping me feel less alone and gain resources on how to help my family.” – Jolene, Camper Mom

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2020 was the year of connection. And, while we’d love to meet in person over a hot cup of coffee, Roundup River Ranch served up something equally fulfilling. We created a program specifically for parents and caregivers to offer support, engage in conversation with others on a similar journey, and find respite.

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Carolyn and Byron Craig Carolyn and Byron Craig have given generous, unrestricted annual gifts to Roundup River Ranch for nearly a decade. Unrestricted giving allows leadership to fund areas most needed to fulfill the mission. Carolyn said it is important to she and Byron to give in this way because, “We have seen first-hand the joy kids radiate at camp, so we are proud supporters of the mission of Roundup River Ranch and the fact that kids and families can have this incredible experience free of charge.”

“While the unique structure of Roundup River Ranch ensures top notch medical support, the camp experience allows kids with serious challenges to share a week of camp fun, become more confident, gain friendships and just be kids. Camp truly does allow kids and families the extraordinary ordinary joys of childhood!” – Carolyn, Roundup RIver Ranch board member

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In late 2019, campers were reunited with their camp friends and cabinmates to attend a Camper Reunion at a Colorado Avalanche game. We hosted a pre-game tailgate for families to connect with others on a similar life journey, participate in fun camp and hockey-inspired activities, and enjoy some delicious tailgate food. In 2020, we created virtual reunion programs that offered consistent touchpoints with familiar camp faces for everyone who was yearning for more social and emotional connections during lockdown. ”The Avalanche game was an incredibly awesome evening! We can’t afford to do this type of family outing with parking, food, accessible seating, and game tickets - given our out-of-pocket medical expenses. I know it was a lot of work to make it happen and we just truly appreciate everything that was done. Thank you! “ – Hernandez family

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Kroenke Sports Charities Kroenke Sports Charities is committed to improving lives through the spirit and power of sports. Their Avalanche Charity Challenge awards cash for participating nonprofit organizations. As part of our Camper Reunions, Roundup River Ranch competed to sell tickets during the Avalanche season. For the past two years, we have been the recipient of the top award of $13,000!

“We were honored to announce Roundup River Ranch as the grand prize winner of the Colorado Avalanche’s Charity Challenge program for the 2019-20 season. It has been a privilege to work with them on their Camper Reunion programs. The reward of seeing children with their camp friends at Colorado Avalanche games brings joy to everyone on our staff.” – Sean Ream, Senior Vice President of Team Ticket Sales

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n 2020, Roundup River Ranch made significant strides in advancing the mission and objectives of our strategic plan. Here are the key organizational outcomes that were realized:

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Excellence The CEO, board, and staff consistently take measures to evaluate and benchmark levels of excellence throughout all aspects of the organization and ensure that best practices are implemented throughout the organization. •E  ffectively pivoted camp programs to a safe online environment and provided excellent and outcomes-based camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families that will long outlive COVID-19. •R  oundup River Ranch was among less than 7% of all camps nationwide that delivered a virtual camp experience in 2020. •W  ith a focus on reducing isolation, anxiety, and depression of campers and increasing connections, joy, friendship, and confidence, Roundup River Ranch served as leaders in the camping industry. •E  nsured that the current facilities are maintained and kept in the best possible condition through preventative maintenance and ongoing upkeep. •E  ngaged 446 volunteers through Camp Online, supporting us from across the country and in four Mexican states. •S  upported medical partnerships (with hospitals and other health organizations) to provide program resources to patients (campers) that support positive health outcomes.

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Ensuring the long-term ability to fulfill our mission with excellence throughout the organization was advanced through our focus on financial sustainability. •R  educed operational expenses by 22% without eliminating any personnel or reducing staff benefits.

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Greer and Jack Gardner Excellence is synonymous with Greer and Jack Gardner. When calls for support went out to volunteers to help deliver the new Camp Online and Joy, Delivered experiences, Greer and Jack were the first to answer the call. Together, they provided over 157 hours of volunteer service this season alone, they quickly turned Trent’s Cookhouse into what some might call, “an Amazon distribution center” as they prepped, assembled, and packaged hundreds of boxes to support our campers near and far. Their attention to detail and their sincere passion for giving every camper 110% is felt in every gesture and every hour volunteered.

“When I learned Roundup River Ranch wouldn’t be able to bring campers to the physical campsite in 2020, I was heartbroken because I know how much it means to them. However, as I saw virtual programs come to fruition I saw that Roundup River Ranch was creating the most magical, engaging opportunity for campers to connect from their homes and their hospital rooms.” – Greer, Roundup RIver Ranch board member


•C  oncluded the year achieving a balanced budget, without having to utilize organizational reserves. • 1 00% of board members contributed financially and increased their giving by 30%. The board of directors has a collective goal of covering all organizational overhead so that every dollar raised goes directly to support campers and programming. •S  et a financial goal for building the endowment and solidified endowment and investment policies to inform how and when the return on the investment will be used. •S  trengthened our planned giving program and grew the Paul Newman Legacy Society, honoring those who make commitments to Roundup River Ranch through a bequest or planned gift.

Growth

We grew in innovative, responsible ways that addressed the needs of our camper families throughout this ever-changing environment, while always considering growth through the lens of financial sustainability and excellence. •R  oundup River Ranch increased programming and provided 34% more camper experiences from 2019. •M  et the changing needs of camper families throughout the pandemic with new programs. Examples include development of Camp Online programs such as Day and Weekend Camps, increased Camper Reunions, created the Best Week Ever newsletter, and launched Joy, Delivered.

Frechette Family Foundation The Frechette Family Foundation and each trustee and member of the family has left an undeniable mark on Roundup River Ranch and the campers and families who have been impacted by our free camp programs. Most recently, their leadership to support and grow our endowment, while ensuring that our annual programs are not only sustainable but can thrive even in the most unknown of circumstances, demonstrates their commitment to invest in long-term partnerships. Pete Frechette was known to frequently ask, “How can we help?” The answers to that question are felt in the hearts and smiles of campers whose lives are forever changed by camp.

•B  egan assessing and preparing for future capital needs and identifying capital improvements in the medical, program, and facilities areas that will be required to bring campers back on-site in the era of COVID-19.

“We are excited to support the growth of Roundup River Ranch and we want to see more campers benefit from these impactful programs. We know that securing the future and building the endowment will create long-lasting opportunities that can spur new programming, innovation, and support the critical annual needs during times of uncertainty.”

•C  ontinued to expand integrated and mutually beneficial partnerships to support camper, volunteer and staff recruitment, and medical excellence.

– Kristy Woolfolk, Roundup River Ranch board member and Frechette Family Foundation trustee

•E  xpanded programming to full year-round offerings, resulting in increased camper engagement, touchpoints, and contact hours.

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2020 Financials

Financial information from November 1, 2019, through October 31, 2020, is based on FY2020 audit.

We are smart, strategic, and dedicated to being fiscally responsible and financially sustainable.

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n order to deliver the most impactful and life-changing camper experiences, we are committed to transparency, fiscal responsibility, and best practices in governance. This is paramount to us and to those who financially invest in our organization.

• W  hile many of the costs associated with seasonal program delivery were cut and there were expense reductions of approximately 22%, fixed costs such as personnel, benefits, and facilities maintenance were maintained.

The impact of COVID-19 has affected Roundup River Ranch’s operations, donors, vendors, partners, and other key stakeholders. In a year when many organizations have been faced with staff furloughs and lay-offs, closures and a reduction in programming, we accelerated our programming and increased our reach in 2020, providing nearly 3,000 camper experiences this year alone (a 34% increase over 2019). For this reason, Roundup River Ranch made conservative reductions to nearly all expenditures, without having to make any staffing adjustments, which has been critical to our program delivery. Roundup River Ranch was able to provide more camper experiences at a reduced cost by providing alternative programming.

•T  here was a significant increase in restricted gifts in 2020. This is a result of a focused effort to secure the long-range future of Roundup River Ranch by building capital and operational reserves as well as the endowment. This effort is in alignment with the strategic plan and more will be revealed on the sustainability and growth plans of the organization later in 2021. The restricted income is reflected in our 990 and has been excluded in these charts to reflect operational revenues.

•D  ue to the effects of COVID-19 on fundraising and our inability to deliver programs in-person, our program expense allocations have been impacted. Roundup River Ranch board of directors and staff leadership determined it was imperative to retain all year-round staff in order to effectively deliver our mission.

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For full financials, please visit RoundupRiverRanch.org/financials

Cost to raise $1 was $.11 for total operating revenue/expense. This was calculated using all fundraising expenses in the audit divided by the total combined revenue in our financials.


“The singing and dancing is going to stay with me forever. But, one special moment I had during virtual Day Camp was meeting my first online camp friend.” – Hiwot, Camper

Revenue 1%

Expenses

13%

Investment, Interest, and Other Income $21,984

Foundations $499,214

1%

Organizations and Clubs $25,101

2%

Special Event Expenses $89,510

9%

Corporations $363,929

Management and General $428,490

3%

Donated Goods and Services (In-kind) $102,406

37%

37%

Special Events $1,416,902

Individuals $1,422,381

Total Revenue: $3,851,917

9%

68%

21%

Program Services $3,195,442

Fundraising and Marketing** $972,736

Total Expenses: * $4,686,178

* A  nnual fixed asset depreciation ($719,992) is included in the expense chart. When comparing cash expenses with revenues, excluding annual asset depreciation, Roundup River Ranch maintains a balanced cash budget. In-kind expenses are allocated within their corresponding department in each of the expense categories. ** Please note that the Board of Directors invested in Roundup River Ranch’s future by retaining an outside consulting firm to advise on growth and future strategic direction. These expenses are included within the Fundraising and Marketing expenditures and will not be annual ongoing expenses. These consulting fees and additional growth related expenses account for approximately 18% of the Fundraising and Marketing expenses.



Roundup River Ranch’s auditors certified that our FY2020 audited financials comply with the Philanthropy Advisory Service of the Council of Better Business Bureau’s and American Institute of Philanthropy’s standards and that our expense allocations are consistent with best practices in nonprofit management and fundraising. In addition to reviewing financials, organizational transparency, governance, leadership, and program results are important indicators of excellence in nonprofit performance. FY2020 overhead costs include important investments in training, planning, evaluation, and fundraising so we can continue to operate our programs at a high level of excellence.

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aul Newman was the founder (and the magic) behind what is now SeriousFun Children’s Network. His love of helping kids with serious illnesses was most likely matched by his love of being a professional race car driver. He loved the speed and thrill of the sport and the first car he raced was a Lotus Elan. Fast forward to Ann and Ross Robbins of Colorado Springs, and camp magic really gets into high gear. Ann and Ross are Lotus Elan owners who wanted to do something for kids with serious illnesses. They realized their car connection with Mr. Newman and, in 2016, the Driving for Kids event was born. This annual fundraising event is a three or four-day car tour for enthusiasts of vintage British cars. Through this journey of passion and love for the road, Driving for Kids has toured over 3,500 miles throughout Colorado. Each participating driver creates a peer-to-peer fundraising team, reaching out to friends and families. To date, over 500 generous donors have raised an astounding $239,652 for Roundup River Ranch! Over the years, the Driving for Kids teams have visited camp, volunteered for camp carnival days, and created awareness for Roundup River Ranch. Currently, the sponsors of Driving for Kids include Moss Motors, Hagerty, Victoria British, LTD, and Ax and Allies.

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A couple of years ago, Clea Newman-Soderlund, Paul Newman’s daughter and SeriousFun Ambassador, provided a letter to Ann and Ross and the Driving for Kids supporters. It said, in part, that, “Children come to camp free of charge thanks to the support of many people who donate generously both in time and finances. My dad would take his hat off to you for your extraordinary generosity and leadership.”

“Friends like you give children the healing gift of camp. Quite simply, your gift will change lives forever. Thank you for helping children with serious illnesses discover hope, healing, and joy at Roundup River Ranch. Thank you for keeping my father’s dream alive and for giving these special campers a place to ‘kick back, relax, and raise a little hell.’” – Clea Newman-Soderlund

“We love road trips with fun-loving folks who embrace the character of old British cars and share our passion to do some good for kids who need a break from their tough daily grind. It’s all for the kids!” – Ross and Ann Robbins


PERHAPS THE MOST MAGICAL THING ABOUT 2020 WAS THE NEW PROGRAMS IT INSPIRED.

A look into the future. As we work to bring campers back to the campsite for traditional Roundup River Ranch programs, many of our new innovative initiatives will continue to thrive and grow. We are excited to examine future models, develop goals, and identify necessary resources to keep all of our amazing programs going strong. Goals: We are dedicated to Roundup River Ranch’s original program delivery and strategic growth strategy. • Traditional Summer Camps and Family Camps that maximize use of the campsite and season. • Camper Reunions that reunite campers off-site in the Front Range and locally. • Updates that welcome campers back to the campsite with new infection disease controls. • The development of previously planned capital expansions. We will continue many of the new programs developed throughout 2020 and 2021. The unique opportunity to transition from a seasonal program to year-round offerings will provide more opportunities for campers, increase reach, and expand our borders. • Camp Online programs • Joy, Delivered boxes • Best Week Ever newsletter • Camp In Your Community outreach We will continue to show campers grit, resilience, and creativity. Our camp community is magical, and together we will be able to continue providing the healing power of place and the delivery of joy to campers’ doorsteps.

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Poof! Right before your eyes, the 2021 camp theme is about to appear!

WHERE WILL ROUNDUP RIVER RANCH BE IN 2021?

On your front porch.

Next to a virtual campfire.

Online slurping spaghetti together.

Where others on your same journey are.

In a hospital room or living room.

In a sunny park with your laptop.

Right in your house, but a million miles from everything. At the table with games for your family.

Under the stars in your backyard.

At a virtual Camper Reunion.

henever you need the m you are, w agic of cam r e v e r p, Roundup River R e h W anch will

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LOOK AT THE MAGIC HAPPENING IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

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t Roundup River Ranch, we’re committed to providing alternative camp programs that bring joy and empowerment to more children and their families. That is why we created our new community partnership program – Camp In Your Community, which provides camp activity boxes and other resources to children and families who may or may not traditionally qualify for Roundup River Ranch’s on-site and online camp programs. Camp In Your Community allows us to broaden our programs to help children in need, support their physical and mental health, and strengthen their resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each box includes at least eight DIY activities including art projects, STEM activities, Get Up & Get Active movement activities, fun jokes, riddles, and games. The magic and joy of camp is delivered with all the supplies and instructions necessary for children to participate. These camp activities give children a chance to positively increase their social-emotional skills that build resilience, self-confidence, empathy, respect for others, problem solving, reflection, communication, connection, teamwork, and more.

Camp In Your Community Partners: • Morgridge Academy at National Jewish • Children’s Hospital Medical Day Treatment Program • Brent’s Place • Ronald McDonald House of Denver • Eagle Valley Behavioral Health – Vail Health

“The camp box was a wonderful package to experience the joy that camp brings. Roundup River Ranch is meeting us where we are. The camp activities and fun games inside reminds us that camp still lives on even through this difficult time. We can’t wait for the next one!” – Olivia, Camper 27


YUMMY DOUGHNUTS, SWEET NURSES, AND A LUXURY WAREHOUSE SALE, THANKS TO THESE CORPORATE PARTNERS. Krispy Kreme is a corporate sponsor that has partnered with the Network since 2018. They have made a significant impact in enriching the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families. Through their innovative campaigns, “Dough-nate for a Doughnut,” guests at participating Krispy Kreme shops received a free doughnut when they donated $1 or more to benefit SeriousFun Children’s Network. And, last year they developed their Be Sweet campaign that tied into their “Acts of Joy” theme, which was held at all stores and franchises in the US to make an even bigger impact. Plus, they sent every SeriousFun staff member a care package with doughnut holes, a coffee mug, t-shirt, and more to help keep spirits high during a challenging time.

“Giving back to our communities through fundraising and philanthropic work is at our core. We have experienced first-hand the incredible impact SeriousFun camps have on children and their families.” – Mike Tattersfield, Krispy Kreme Chief Executive Officer 28

Medical Solutions, one of the nation’s top travel nurse staffing companies, has been an invaluable partner to Roundup River Ranch since 2015. They provide recruitment services for our summer nursing staff and contribute funds to support the medical needs of Roundup River Ranch. In 2020, Medical Solutions joined the SeriousFun Children’s Network as a partner to support recruitment services and funding support for additional camps in the network. While recruitment efforts were defined differently due to COVID-19, Medical Solutions continued to support the medical needs of participating camps. Supporting medical and PPE supplies along with funding medical staffing needed to conduct our online programs, Medical Solutions continued to be an invaluable partner this year.

Roundup River Ranch is so fortunate to be supported by many businesses in the Vail Valley. Valbruna’s annual Warehouse Sale provides the community and customers an incredible shopping experience and, since 2016, has also helped bring awareness and funds to support Roundup River Ranch through their donation of ticket sales. The 2020 event had to be reimagined to provide a safe and fun shopping experience, so Valbruna developed a reservation system to support the 10-day sale. Customers purchased tickets for specific shopping times with all proceeds benefiting Roundup River Ranch.

“We had been admirers of Paul Newman’s The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp for years when we discovered Roundup River Ranch right here in our valley. What a perfect opportunity to give back to the most important and cherished people in our lives, our children.” – Marco Tonazzi, Valbruna Owner

“Camp is not just a place, it is this space of being together. It is the connections, the living part of camp that makes it special. Thank you for creating space for families to laugh and be together.” – Janet, Camper Mom


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CAMPER REUNIONS*

3.5

PROGRAMS SUMMER CAMPS

“When I tell people about camp, I explain it’s a fun place where you can truly be yourself, you can meet people with the same diagnosis as you, and you can feel at home.” – Jamie, Camper

2 3 2 3 9 2

FAMILY CAMPS Day CamPS

WEEKEND KIDS CAMPS CAFÉ AU LAITS

*Only in-person programs held in FY2020

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS SPENT WITH CAMPERS

CONTACT HOURS PER SESSION

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Campfire Societies

Magic doesn’t just happen by itself. It takes all these extraordinary, generous hearts, and passionate supporters. Thank you for all the lives you have changed.

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he Campfire Societies of Roundup River Ranch are made up of special donors who have made extraordinary financial commitments to support and strengthen our organization and the communities we serve. The following donors made a gift between November 1, 2019, and October 31, 2020.

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Paul Newman Legacy Society Recognizing individuals whose legacy will be celebrated at camp through planned gifts. Janis Burrow David Cohen, MD Kathy Cole Marla and George Coleman Alexandra Foley Craig Foley John Forester Catherine Bennett and Fred Frailey The Ferguson Family* Frechette Family Foundation* Greer and Jack Gardner Edith and Louis Gitlin Lia Gore, MD and Frank Haluska, MD Ruth B. Johnson, JD Susan and Rich Jones Betty and Clinton Josey

Lisa and Ken Kraft Sonia and Lester** Mandell Mona Look-Mazza and Tony Mazza Bob and Gretchen Ravenscroft T. Denny Sanford* Bernard and Suzanne Scharf Debbie and Jim Schultz Kathie and Bob Shafer Julie and Hugh Sullivan Family * Inducted into the Paul Newman Legacy Society as a lifetime contributor to camp ** In Memoriam

Founders’ Circle Recognizing visionary supporters who have made a lifetime contribution of $1,000,000 or more. $5,000,000 - $9,999,999 Frechette Family Foundation T. Denny Sanford

$2,500,000 - $4,999,999 Kathy and Trent Cole The Ferguson Family The Gogel Family

$1,000,000 - $2,499,999

The Foley Family Gates Frontiers Fund The Green Foundation Hermes Group Francie and David Horvitz Knapp Mandell Family Donna and Pat Martin Foundation Daniel and Janet Mordecai Paul Newman / Newman’s Own Foundation Gretchen and Bob Ravenscroft Bernard and Suzanne Scharf Julie and Hugh Sullivan Family

Julie and Hugh Sullivan “Sustainability” is the one-word, easy answer as to why former Board Chairman, Julie, and her husband, Hugh Sullivan, included a legacy gift to Roundup River Ranch in their will. The Sullivans’ generous gift will build the unrestricted endowment to continue the professionalism that they see every day. It was important to them that their gift is unrestricted because they trust the organizational leadership to make the best decisions about its use.

“It’s not just that we believe in the mission strongly, but it’s also how that mission is served. It is uplifting to support something that is delivered with such professionalism and with an eye toward impact and outcomes. Roundup River Ranch does such a wonderful job of maximizing revenue and volunteer support to advance the mission. It gives me comfort to know that campers will continue to be supported the way they are now.” – Julie, Roundup River Ranch board member 31


Circle of Empowerment $500,000 and Above

Kathy Cole The Ferguson Family Frechette Family Foundation Georgia and Donald Gogel Francie and David Horvitz Julie and Hugh Sullivan Kathy and Peter Tenhula Kristy and William Woolfolk

Circle of Hope $499,999-$100,000

Abercrombie & Fitch Catherine Bennett and Fred Frailey CordilleraCares Lia Gore and Frank Haluska, MDs Greer and Jack Gardner The Green Foundation Janet Mordecai The Jazzbird Foundation Amy and James Regan Sandra and Richard Kiely Joan Maclachlan Donna and Patrick Martin T. Denny Sanford SeriousFun Children’s Network, Inc. Bev and Bruce Wagner Wagner Equipment

Circle of Discovery $99,999 to $50,000

The Anschutz Foundation Driving for Kids Regina Fink, RN, PhD and Kyle Fink, MD Jim and Mary Hagen Newman’s Own Foundation Debbie and Jim Schultz Leewood and Thomas Woodell

Circle of Friendship $49,999 - $10,000

Eric Affeldt Debbi and Lee Alpert Alpine Bank Anonymous Marilyn Augur James P. Aull Julie and William Bachman

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Banner Health Barb and Fred Baumann Karen Berndt Molly and Ernest Braxton, MD The Children’s Hospital Association Colorado Eileen Clune, MBA David Cohen, MD Marla and George Coleman The Corundum Group Carolyn and Byron Craig ✦ Maureen and David Cross Cynthia K. Engles Advised Fund of the Dallas Foundation D. H. W. Energy, Inc. Leslie and Garret Davies Mary and David Davies DaVita Lisa Dennis and Gavin Selway The Denver Foundation Doris Dewton Sandra and Leo Dunn Patricia Fillo First Western Trust Craig Foley John Forester Castaways Foundation Foundation for Greater Good Liz Frailey Freda Maytag Crawford Galen and Ada Belle Spencer Foundation The Gallegos Corporation Suzanne Gallegos Grace and Steve Gamble Gamblewood Cares Foundation Alissa and Craig Gardenswartz Giuriceo Family Thomas Grojean Carla Guarascio Daniel and Rebeca Hanrahan Harold W. and Mary Louise Shaw Foundation Suzanne and Lawrence Hess Regina Trainer Higbie and Matthew Higbie Cathy and Graham Hollis Alissa and Matt Joblon The Kinney Family Knapp Mandell Family Kroenke Sports Holdings LibertyGives Foundation Gina and Jim Lorenzen Louis and Anne Abrons Foundation, Inc Gail and Joseph Mahoney Tricia and Patrick McConathy McKee Wellness Foundation

MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation Medical Solutions, LLC Mellam Family Foundation The Mitchell Family Charitable Fund Carol and Larry Mizel Susan Nottingham Penny and Chris Oliver, MD Sally and Richard O’Loughlin The Peternell Family Foundation Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity Michele and Richard Right Schlessman Family Foundation Cyndie and Russ Schmeiser Kathie and Bob Shafer Chuck Shinn Mary Lynn and Warren Staley Joan and Peter Stephans Madeline Stern William Strong Synchrony Financial Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited The Tappan Foundation Sarah and Matt Teeters Nancy and Jon Tellor The Theodore J. Forstmann Charitable Trust Sally Veitch Carole A. Watters Nancy and Don Wiese Holly and John Williams Dacia and Gary Woodworth Julia Wrapp and John Gates Joni and Scott Wylie Sara and KP Yelpaala

Circle of Laughter $9,999 to $5,000

Anonymous Susan Ballard William S. Bennett BluSky Restoration Contractors Gypsum Rick Bross Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP Janis Burrow Susan and Van Campbell Alex Choquette Victoria and Terrell Clampitt Peter Cobos The Cobos Foundation Coherus Biosciences Nancy and Andrew Cruce Susan and Ed Cudahy

Lisa Dillon Dillon Peterson Family Jana Eisinger Facebook Linda and Robert Forrester Ann and James Frein Sara Friedle and Mike Towler Jean Graham and Philip Smith Betty and Lin Grubbs Hala Charitable Foundation Vail Health Holland & Hart, LLP Judy and Robert Holmes, JDs Laureen Hopkins and Joe Menendez Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Kathleen and Elliott Jones Betty and Clinton Josey K & E Jones Family Trust Colleen and Allen Kirkley Shane Kleinstein Linda and Mark Kogod Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation Live Large Love Loud Diane and Lou Loosbrock Gretchen and Hank Manley Pam and Joseph McKenney Debbie Merritt Pam and Michael Mycoskie Network for Good NHS Corp DBA Signature Homes Pfizer, Inc. Zondra Pluss El Pomar Foundation Carolyn and Steve Pope Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Ann and Ross Robbins Anne Roberts Sue and Mike Rushmore Cheryl and Joshua Samuels Suzanne and Bernard Scharf David W. Schlendorf Servier Pharmaceuticals Susan and Jeremy Shamos Shamos Family Foundation Thomas Shoup Sidney T and Bertha Katzson Charitable Foundation Risa and Ari Silverman Elizabeth L. Stern Barbara and Carter Strauss Valbruna The VF Foundation Vail Valley Surgery Center Bev and Bruce Wagner

Recognition is from November 1, 2019, through October 31, 2020. Our goal is to be as accurate as possible in our reporting. Please contact Database Administrator, Dakotah Stoneking, at 970.524.5763 or dstoneking@roundupriverranch.org if you notice an error or if you need to update your donor record.

Walmart Kristine Weisz, MD and Keith Weisz, MD

Circle of Smiles $4,999 to $1,000

Barbie Allen Liden Allien Nedda and Ken Altschuld American Camping Foundation, Inc. Penny Anixter Anonymous Samantha and Scott Anshutz Pauline Anshutz Suzi Apple Jim Askew Susan Baker Baker Community Foundation Pamela and Bob Barker Richard Bates Bates Family Foundation Heather Behrends Cathleen and William Bethke William Bishop Ellen Bleznak Wiss Philanthropic Fund Ellen Bleznak Genery Booster and Geoff Shamos Angie and David Brammer Mark Brammer Joyce and John Brinly Stephen Brooks Joel Brown and Laura Medina Family Foundation Dorothy Browning and Jack Hunn Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, LLP Robin and Thomas Burch Louis and Gail Calamari Castle Peak Dental Donna and Bill Caynoski Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Family Foundation John Clune Community First Foundation Janet and David Cooper Mary Ellen and Stan Cope Jay Corr Ellyn Courtois Jerry and Alice Craghead Kathy and Harold Dahl Alan Darnielle Jackie and Lou Davis Faye and Steve Demby Diane D. Writer Foundation

*An asterisk indicates someone who is deceased

Robert Dudding Diane and Roy Easley Eastbrook Homes, Inc Peggy and Gary Edwards Nan and Spike Eklund Catherine and Peter Eklund Holly and Buck Elliott Engel & Volkers Vail The Estate of Shirley Gold Candace and Eric Eves Carole and Peter Feistmann Kelsey Ferguson Devon Ferguson Kaye Ferry Sarah and John Finn Leslie and Thomas Fiorentino Clare Fletcher Patricia and Arnold Fridland, MD Charlene and Mike Fuchs Ginny and Dick Gay Adrienne and Mike Gibbs Charlotte and Rob Gillespie Donna M. Giordano Edith and Louis Gitlin Meg and Tom Gorrie Linda Graef Jones Michael Graham Byron Grant Greater Horizons Stuart and Becka Green Lynne and Andy Greene Maureen and Bill Grojean Garrett Guinn Tim O. Haas The Hamilton Family Charitable Fund Clyde Hanks Randy Hardy Harmes C. Fishback Foundation Trust Jennifer and Adam Harrison Deborah and Wayne Hauter Linda Hendricks Susan Hill and Eric Noreen Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld Samantha Hodgkins and Tom Vermeer, MD Karin Hsu Karen and Dennett Hutchinson, JD Jackie and Brandon Perry James C. Allen Charitable Foundation Dianna M. Janda Michael Johnson Frances and Vincent Jones ✦ Joy in Childhood Foundation Alexia and Jerry Jurschak

✦ Designates donors who give monthly


Diane and Andrew Kane Troy Kartchner Richard Kashian Dave Kasperek Lorna and Kim Kenly Mary and William Kennedy Michael Kojaian Jeanine and James Koontz Ivy and Frederick Kushner Kathy Langenwalter and Dick Cleveland Laine and Merv Lapin Bettan Laughlin Juliane H. Lee, MD Dianne C. Leeb Dan LeVan William Licking Alexandra and Robert Linn Sharron and Benjamin Liptzin, MD Namie and Arthur Liu, MD

Sandy* and Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. Brian and Candace Loftus Louis and Sandra Berkman Foundation Rita Lowndes Kenneth Lubin Lynx Grills, Inc. Luleta and Samuel Maslak Alexandra and Ron Mastriana Matthew T. Stevenson Scholarship Trust Karen and John Maxwell Paul Mayberry Alison and Tim McAdam Quincy McAdam Lana McLain Tracy Flanigan McVey Laura Medina and Joel Brown Linda and Dennis Meir Judy and Bob Meuleman

“Cabin time and watercolor painting were my favorite online activities because it was fun, and I could connect and talk with my favorite people on earth.” – Natalie, Camper

Cheri Meyn Mike and Charlene Fuchs Charitable Fund Susan Brown Milhoan R. Terry Miller John Minzer Sue and Stephen Moore Julie and Brent Morse Jeanne and Dale Mosier Daniel and Denise Murray Hazel and Matthew Murray Karen and Douglas Myers Carolyn Myers Lisa and Mark Neporent Neporent Family Foundation Danielle and Thomas Nix Amy and Matt Nofziger ✦ Karen and Hans Oberlohr Brigid O’Connor, MBA Dennis O’Halloran Oklahoma City Community Foundation Jan and John Oltman Omaha Community Foundation Heidi Palmer and Henry Jouflas Jayne Palu and Timothy Beyer Claire Paul Peak 1 Express Dave and Lisa Pease Western Power Group Gretchen Schar Steve Psaledakis Mary Pat and Keith Rapp Christopher Rebich Ocean Reef Community Foundation The Reel Family Foundation, Inc Nancy Rehder Andrea and Eric Reinhard Mitch Renault Ricki and Dave Rest Val Ropes and Richard Nelson Sarah and Bill Ross Jeff Rutt Katie and Mike Santambrogio ✦ Mark Schacht Schwartz Fund Donna and Bruce Schmeiser Hannah and Chris Schultz Sidney Schultz Carole and Peter Segal Ski Butlers Stephen Shanley Associates Carmel A. Shields Anna and John Sie Dalton Sim Jane and Nelson Sims Sims Family Fund

Carel and Marc Slatkoff Larry and Dee Smith and Family ✦ Terry Sprague and Stephen Livingston Jennifer and Walker Stapleton Starbucks Foundation Marilyn and Jim Steane Kathryn and William Stephenson Michelle and Paul Stevinson Carolyn and Tom Stewart Susan and Donald Sturm Sturm Family Foundation Jean Sullivan and David Nassif Kris and JP Sunderland Tom Svoboda Beverly and Bill Thomas Collen and Christopher Thompson Peggy Thompson Francine and Herbert Tobin Town of Vail Angela and Scott Tucker ✦ Bob and Rosie Tutag United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit Lois and John Van Deusen Lawlor Wakem Greg Walker Lisa Wasserman Valerie Weber Alice M. Weisz, MD Katherine and Steve Wellington Mark Whittington Sandra and John Wilkinson Antonia and Michael Williams Kim and Steve Winesett Mike Winn Jan and Dee Wisor Amy Woodworth Tucker Woolfolk WRG Foundation Adrine and Adam Writer Diane D. Writer William Wynn Jody and Don Yale Megan and Adel Younoszai, MD Rebecca Zaner Karen Zarlengo

Circle of Joy Gifts up to $999

Romina Abal Jan and Wayne Abbott Jennifer Abercrombie Andy Abowitz Betty and Bruce Adams Brenda and Joe Adeeb AES Advancement Initiatives, Inc Sandi and Larry Agneberg Michael Agresti Kassandra Aitken William Aitken Rachel Akeson Dianne Albrecht Elizabeth Albright Nancy and John Aldred Andrea Aliaga Morgan Allman Amanda and Jonathan Alpert Lieba Alpert AmazonSmile Foundation Colton Anderson✦ Dakota Anderson Patricia Anderson Shelby Anderson Janiesch Andrew Anonymous Ellen Ansel Bayley and Frank Anshutz Grace Ellen Anshutz✦ Glenda and Larry Antonelli ✦ Noelle Antonio Ann and Donald Armour Dorinda B. Armstrong Donna and Mark Arnold Ethan Arnold Katherine AuBuchon Rosy Austin Taleen Avedian Norman Axelrad Michael Ayers Seth Baca Janice Baer Brannon Bailey Lalit Bajaj, MD Frank Baker Kelli and Bruce Baker Laurie Baker Laura Baldi Chris Ball Sheri Ball Norman Balvin Jeanne Balvin Charles T. Bantis Zeke Barbour Allison and Douglas Barker

Darcey and Etai Bar-on F. Max De La Barrera Kris Bartholomew Sharlene Baum Francesca and Edward Beach Kathleen Beatty Stacy Beaugh Joanne and Ronald Beda Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins Nancy Beeson Douglas Belfield Lacy Bell Sue and Tom Bene Amina Benloucif Chris Bennett Linda Bennett William Bennett Nancy Berger Mia Berlin Ana Cristina Betan Santillan Jen Bettenhausen, MD and Tim Bettenhausen Betty’s Beauty Salon Martha and William Bevan, MD Tim Beyer, JD and Jayne Palu Marsha Bickler Dave Bielser Alison Biggers Kimberly Biniecki Maxine and Jerry Bizer Mariette and Scott Blackett Alyson Blaylock Marita Bledsoe, MD Catherine Bledsoe Jennifer Bloess Alexandra and John Blue Blue Chip Too Alexandra Bluhm William E. Blume Mary Bochain Deborah Bolon-Feeney Adriana and David Bombard Alice Boone Alex Borden ✦ Elizabeth Borow and Andrew Gittle Libby Boscoe Erin and Bob Boselli Deborah and Mark Bosler Boston Scientific Charles Boswell Deanna Bowman Susan Boyd Matt Boyd Jeff and Lori Boyer Patricia Boyer Grace Bradford

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Margaret A. Brammer Nick Brandehoff Caelie Brauer Lisa Braziel Julie Brazier Susan Breeden Alison Brent, MD and Doug Johnson Heidi and Mark Bricklin W. Curtis Brighton Bob Brita Cynthia Brogdon Alexis Brooks Anne Brown Casey Brown Mark Brown, MD Talia Brown Stephen Brownson Elizabeth Bruening Tracey Brummett Heidi Brunner Celisa Bryant Doug Buchanan Mary and Cliff Buchholz Herbert Buchwald Mark Budde Stephanie Buquoi Judith and Duncan Burdick Philip Burkhart Maureen Burks Samantha and Michael Busenhart Liz Cote’- Butler Kristin Buzzetta C. Denton Advisors Inc Skip Cannon Jamie Carey Jennifer Carey Wendy and Mike Carey Stromberg Carlson Kathleen Carmody Terry Carmody Nicole and Tyler Carner Beth Carroll

Martha Caschette Tom Cassidy Stephanie Cenedella Center Copy Boulder, Inc. Patsy and Pedro Cerisola Robin and Rob Chalecki Susanna and Douglas Chapin Julie and Mike Chapman Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes Pam Chicol Susan Chipman Kara and Chance Choate Jolene Chong Stephanie Church Margaret Cicchiello Comilla Clare Patricia Clare Barbara and Lawrence Clark Jennifer and Adam Clark James Clark Marisa Clarkson Carly Clements, LPN Clune & Associates Becky Cohen Renee Cohen Sharon Cohen Ann and Les Cole Pat and Michael Cole GM Cole Collector Car Appraisals James Collins Comerford Insurance Agency CompassNeedle Mary Catherine Conger Sarah and Chris Cooper Pat Corden Lynn and John Cormey Maureen Costello Ramsey Cotter Brittany Cowfer Kendra Cowles Kathi Cramer Creative Roost, Inc.

Katharine Cremonese Jake Cripe, MD Joanne S. Crosby Dan Crow Freddy Cubas Chrisie and Beau Cudahy Russ and Becky Cunningham Cheri Curtis Frank Curtis Kelsey Czyzyk Kristin DaHarb Courtney Dahl Ingrid Dampier Ida Daniel Wendy Davidson Bernice and John Davie Addison Davis Christine Davis Marci Davis Monique Davis Randi Davis Scott Davis Susie Davis Thomas Davis Alexandra De La Rosa Anthony Dean Nicole December John Delin Barbara Delzer Susan Denniston Nancy and Craig Denton Darby Derby Taylre Derby Susan DesCombes Dianne DeVore Jenna Dewees John DeWildt Alyson DiCianca Gina Dickinson Gail Dietz Jack Dillon Joy Dinsdale Christy Dittrick

Patti and Ross Dixon Jenika and Lee Doberstein Rocco and Judi Dodson Camilla Dolan Zoella and Devon Donaghue John Donohoe Patricia and Lonnie Donovan Dennis Donovan Laura and Casey Dorneman Chris Dos Deb and Drex Douglas Buzz Dow Jill and Slim Dowd Katie Dowd Patricia Dowd William Dowd Leslie Doyle Drive 44 West, INC. ✦ Trisha and Bob Dudding Jim and Janet Dulin Pat and Jerry Dunkle Claire Dunlap Janis Dunn Marty Dunning and Cooper Couch Shellie and Roy Dunning Lorian and Paul Dusha Nancy Eads Susan and Harold Eagan Annie Eastman and Davis Coombe Katherine and Stanley Eaton Mel Eckhoff, Jr. Gina and Chris Eckley The Eckley Family Charitable Fund Peter G. Edwards Austin Edwards Alex Edwards Mike Eisenhauer Rosanne and Steve Elkins Tori and Will Elliott Jennifer Eng

Deborah Englehart Dave and Marty Erb Lindsay Erickson Mike Erickson Linda Erickson Brian Ernster Paul Erwin Robert Eschenburg JD Espana Cathy and Joe Ethington ✦ E Town Jay Evans Bobby Evans Merilee Evans Laurie Everhart Zach Exley The Fadem Family Foundation, Inc Ann and Sandy Faison Julie and Brent Farber Karly and Brad Farber Nancy Farley James Farrah Christine Fedorowicz Ken Fehlberg Melyssa Feiler Matt Felser Gerald Feranec Linda Feucht Judith Fincham Suzy Fink Kirsten Fink Bob and Phyllis Finlay Eleanor Finlay Tracy Fischman Kristi and Jeff Fisher Ali and Paul Fisher Gregory Fisher Patricia Fitzgerald Julia Fletcher Annie Fonte Jack Foord Ariel Ford

“Candle Chat was nice and fun to experience it online from home. It was easier for me to open up because it was virtual. You don’t have to see people watching you, and not everybody has to look at you. I get shy when it comes to speaking in a room full of people, so it was a nice change. I wish every little kid with a disorder or disability could come and see camp, because it’s really fun and I know they would love it.” – Zach, Camper

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Richard Forester Crosby and Sally Foster Meredith Foster Kelly and Patrick Frailey Barbara Frailey ✦ William Frailey Casey Francesca Brent Franks John Fredrickson Alysa Freeman Robert Fregolle Kristin Freitag Ann and Ford Frick Paula and Gerald Friesen Beth and Glenn Frommer Lea Frontino Frontstream Levine Fund Ana Funes Molly and Kevin Furtado Mikki and Morris Futernick Claude Gagne John Galbreath Lizanne Galbreath Squire Galbreath Steven Galbreath William Galbreath Connie and Micheal Gallagher Stuart W. Galvin Linda Galvin Holland Gamble Filliettaz Christina Garcia-Carreras Faye and Wayne Gardenswartz Andrew Gardner Anj Gardner Ian Garner Brigitta Gehl Claire Geiger Ann Gelehrter Katie Genova Nancy Geoca Heather Geoca Monique Germone


Steven and Stephanie Giangiulio Matthew Giarraputo LaRue R. Gibson, Jr. Karen Gilbert Magen Giles Twyla Gingrich Andrea and Mike Glass Carter Glasser Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Stephen Godar Sue and Dan Godec Nancy and Henry Goetze Jennifer and Andy Goff Charles Goforth Delaney Goggins Amy Gohres Pamela and Josh Gold Beth and Martin Gold Meagan Gold Jennifer Goldstein Maureen and John Golinvaux Steve Gomez Edward Gonzales Suzanne and Randy Goodwin Paul Gore William Gorman, MD ✦ Mary Gorski Gabriela and Peter Gottlieb William Gottlieb Lisa Gould Wendy and Todd Goulding Alicia Gower Kathleen J. Grace, RPT, APC Julien Gradnigo ✦ Garrett Grady Angela Grande Lauren and Jeff Granskog Ann and Donald Graubart Donna Gray Anne W. Green David A Green Fred Green Leonard Green Marni Greenberg Ann Greer Boyle Brian S. Greffe, MD Audrey Gregg-Solly Katherine Greichen Lauren Grochocki Nancy Groff Julie and Fletcher Groff John Grogan Emily Gros Todd and Karen Grubin Melanie and Salomon Gruenwald Rene Guess Michelle Guralnick

Janet Gurley Jeanette Hackney Holly Hagen Rosalie Hahn Ronette and David Hall Eileen and Brian Hall Jane E. Hall Sabra Hall Saya Hamad Laura and Harold Hamai Diane and Steve Hamilton Steve Hanawalt Katherine Hannigan, RN Suzanne Hanrahan Lavonne Hanson Harry Harcrow Kathy Hardin Christine Harff Courtney Harless Heather Harold Ryanne Harrah Adam H. Harrison William Harrison Margaret Hartley Beth Hasse Sheila Hatcher Gail and Dennis Hayes Julia Haynes Kelly and Craig Hays Stephanie Hearn Daphne Hearn Christopher Heiberger James Heisel Jane Heisel Jenny Hejtmanek and Doug Tremblay Rosemary and Rick Heller Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Heidi Hemmer James Michael Hemsley Joan Henle Jenna Hermann Jessica Hermosillo Chris Herr Kathleen Hesler John Hess Deborah Heuga Jack G. Hiehle Bonnie Higgins Lisa Hildred Karen Hill, RN, PNP Anne Hintz Lisa Hintze Anne Hirn Diane and Roger Hively Wayne Hoagland ✦ Melissa Hoch Janelle Hodge Barbara and Rob Hodgkinson

*An asterisk indicates someone who is deceased

Tara and Loren Hofer Elizabeth Holland Holy Cross Energy Amy and Mike Hooley Michelle Horton Ken and Jan Hostetler Scott Houghtaling Gretchen and Mikey Hovey Kevin Howard Tracey Howard Jeff Howe Robert Howe John Howell Joseph Hoyt Joseph Hubbard Michelle and Lance Hudson Dawn and Jeff Hulbert Lindsay Humphreys Cathy Huntsinger Laura Hyatt Emily Iafrate Eloise and Dennis Ilree Michelle Imig Lisa and Michael Ingelido Rick and Sharon Ingersoll Intermountain Steel Mfg, Inc. Kaye and Bud Isaacs Matthew and Jessica Ivanoff J & C Rodgers Foundation Suzy Jaeger Pamela and Gary Jagger Carey Jamie Callie Jane John Janett Gina Janett Katharine and Andrew Janiesch Lynn and Don Janklow Jami Jansen Katie Jansen Sarah and Clint Janssen Michele Jarnot Debby and Harry Jasper Joanna Jaynes Maria and Mo Jefri Deena and An Jey Su Karen and John Jobin Thomas John Amanda Johnson Cindy and Richard Johnson Helen Johnson Kurtis Johnson Susanne Johnson Stefanie and Derek Jones Eric Jones Lance Jones Peter Jones Tasha Jones Taylor Jones Meena Julapalli, MD

Rajitha Julapalli Chad Justus Hirshini Von Kalm Sean Kane Anna Kanski Lee Kaplan Kaye Family Foundation Diana and Jim Kaylor Sarabeth Keating Barbara Keller, MD Ann Kelly Emily and Alex Kelly Janet A. Kenien James and Kristen Kenly Ashley Kennedy Katie Kenting Tanya Kessenich Lani and Michael Kessler Elizabeth Killingsworth Lea King Jane and Michael Kirby Mason Klahn ✦ Wayne Klahn Lara Kleinhelter Joanne and Art* Kleinstein Kelly Knight Robert Koblenzer Leonard Koch Suzanne and Peter Koh Olivia Koontz Amy Kosiba Siobhan Kosko Donald Kraft Mark Kramer Shelley Kraus Allison and Jeff Krebs Nancy and Carl Kreitler Robert Kretvix Barry Krieble Kroger Carol Krueger Sue and Victor Kuklin Becki Kulwicki Barbara and John Kunkler Kurowski Development Co. Wendi Kushner Tania Landauer Nancy Landes and Joseph Loomer Jeannette and Kenneth Lant Stanley Lapidos Hannah LaPoinet Alyssa and Burke Larson Carol S. Lasker Cheri and Steve Lasky Caroline Lavigne Harrel Lawrence Jeanette Lawson Nick Lazzara

Anne Lee Matthew Leerberg Marianne Lehman Devon Lehman Sterling Nell Leija Ross Leonhart Meegan Leve and Benjamin Ross, MD Renee and Stephen Leventhal Ellen and Mark Levine Andy Levy ✦ Renee Levy Simon Lew Steve Lewis Lifestyle Medicine at Children’s Hospital Colorado Linda Liller Steven Lindseth Sheila Linn Nancy Lipsky Deborah Liptzin, MD and Clay Houser Linda Llewellyn Lodis Solutions, Inc. Celebration Homes Anthony Loeffler Steven Loftus Daniel Logan Christina Logan Joseph Loidolt Rhonda Long Patricia Lonigan Alan Looney Bob Lord Ben Lower Susan and Bruce Lowry Barbara and Edward Lukes Tara & Alex Lumaghi Karen Lynch Tina Lyon Jane MacDonald Jaime Macklin Betty MacNeill Eileen and Doug Macrum David Maio Jeffrey Malehorn Barbara Malewska Whitney Malina Sherry Malone Kelly Maloney, MD and Jim Maloney, MD Carole Maloney Margy and Charles Malott Craig S. Mandel David Manger Andrea Mannella John Mannella Olivia Mannetti Laura and Michael Mansfield

Jonathan Marbach Gloria and Jim Marcelli Melanna Marcellot Claire and Neil Marchese Mitzi Marquez Debra L Marshall Anna Marshall Johnny Martin Andrew Martin Montana Marzario Nena Mass Robert and Trudy Matarese Dan Mathews Jody Mathie, MD and John Hoffman Meredith Matt Dave Matteson Frannie Matthews Jenny Max Leana May Gifford Maytham Kenna and Carson Mazaros Katie Mazzia Danielle McCabe Marci McCalley Bill McCammon Rebecca McCammon Arne McDaniel Kevin McDonnell Elizabeth McGillicuddy Shelley Mcginn Monte McGlochlin ✦ Betsy and Larry McGuire ✦ Allie McGuire-Korte Kate McKay Irene McNamara Molly McNerney ✦ Justin McNulty and Brad Korell Patricia McNulty Ryan Medina Kelly Meilstrup Colin Meiring Shannon Mele Janice and Gerald Meltzer Mike Mengwasser Adrienne Mercuri Janet Merriman Kim and Jason Metcalf Jane Michaels Catherine Michels Jacob Michels Cheri Michelson Angela Mickle Lisa and Bill Middlebrook Sarah Mikkelsen-Krick and Mark Krick Lisa and Bill Mikulka Elaina Milani Valerie Milcherska

✦ Designates donors who give monthly

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Cynthia and Kurt Mill Farrell Millender Lois and Jay Miller Laura Miller Christina Miller Chloe Miller Sarah and Peter Millett, MD Cornelius Milmoe Stephanie Milzer Julia Milzer Catherine Miney Michelle Minnemann Ellen Mitchell Michelle Mitchener Christy Mock Alyssa Moller Kenneth Molzer J. Moon-Murray Bridgett Moore Dennie and Steve Moore Yarden Mor Patricia and Jeffrey Moran Rose Moreno and Craig Bruntz Daisy Morris Doug Morris Kelley Morris Kim and David Morse Karen and Jim Morter Amy and Michael Moser Marka Moser Matthew Moser Shelley Moses-Reed Jennifer Moss Pete Mott Bret Mouer Tara Moyer Victoria and Brett Mueller John Muir Dawn and Larry Mullin Anna-Liisa Mullis Amber Mulson-Barrett Josephine Munsell Robin S. Murchison William Murphy

Yassir Mushir Frances Mutolo and Michael Malivuk Gary Myers Rita Myers Susan and Paolo Narduzzi Amy and Jonathan Nash Claire Nassif Jean Naumann Carol and Robert Navratil Agnes Negri Deb and Darrell Nelson Kayla Neumann Diane and Chuck Newcom Leslie and Bill Newell Suzette Newman Amy Newman Beth Newton Daniel Nichols Pat Nicholson Eric Nicholson Terry Nickels Daniel Nicklas Katherine Nix Linda Noakes Claire and Mark Noble Vey Nordquist, MD Esther Novak Matthew and Jill Noyes nthrive Rachelle Nuss, MD and Stuart Rosenberg William Nussbaum Lauri and Jeff O’Brien Jennie O’Brien Reggie O’Brien Kelley O’Brien Stacey and Trey Odom Andrea Ohde Gwen Okeson Austin Olds Renee Oleson Todd Olthof Karin O’Quinn

Andrea Orduna Susannah and John Osley Lizzy Owens Diedre Pai Kathy Palakow-Kimmel and Neal Kimmel Olivia Pallissard Katherine Palmer Tammi and Joseph Paolilli ✦ Gemma Parker PASCO Elisa Pasqualetto Cheryl Patrick and Scott Nelson Margot and Robert Patterson Carol Pattison Suzanne and Edward Paul Kaitlyn Paul Kotone Pax William Peffer Mary Rose and Leonard Pellettier Ryan Pendergast Marian Penny PEO Chapter DJ Kristopher Perkins Esther Perrigaud ✦ Richi Personeni Jennifer Peterson Karen and Bob* Peterson Shannon and Brandon Peterson Vicki and Chris Peterson Grace Petroff Greg Phillips Tammy Phillips Skylar Phillips Chadwick Picard Danny Pijuan Cynthia Pillsbury Pinecones Shelley and John Pinkham Monica Pino Diane Pitt and Mitchell Karlin Michael S. Pitts, RN Melissa Plaisance Sandi Poisson

“I’ve never been allowed to eat my spaghetti without a fork at home, this is just like at camp!” – Marissa, Camper

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Kyle Poisson Michael Polk Arlene and Kenneth Posner Virginia Posnick Martin Potashnik William Powell James Power JP and Happy Power Connie and Chuck Powers Ruth and Tom Powers Carol Prellberg Amber and Scott Prince Andrea Price John and Linda Price Carolyn Priola Professional Hair Institute Nancy Pruckno Lisa and Gary Pruessing Kim Puntel Diane and Todd Purse Lisa Putnam Rick and Cricket Pylman RA Nelson Mary Budde Ragan Abigail Ragan Chuck Radford David Ragan Sarah Ragan Susan Ragan Ashley Ragan-Maxwell Annette Ramer Leonard Randolph Jr Caitlin Rapson Christopher Ratzlaff Heather Rawlings Lindsey Ray Records - Johnston Family Foundation, Inc. Kathy and Mark Reed Elizabeth and Brad Reed Lauren and Paul Reed Chris Refsland Carolyn and Brian Reihe Rose and Alaric Renz

Jonathan Resnick Shepherd Resources, Inc. Steven Ricca Jon Richard Cheryl and Mark Richardson Theresa Richardson Delilah Richardson Robert Richter Kym Ricks Jen and David Riddle Mourghan Ridenour Jennie Ridgley Nancy and Michael Riebau Sharon and Daniel Riggs Bethany Rippe, CCLS Doug Rippeto Vicki Rippeto Jayme Ritchie Lenora Ritchie Debra Ritzwoller Carol Rivers Riverwalk Theater Jennifer Rizza Jamie Robertson Whitney Robey Judy Robins Michael Rodenak Betty and Jim Rodgers Megan Rodgers, PA-C Airina Lynn Rodrigues Cecilia Rodriguez Raina Rodriguez Kathy and William Roe Derek Roesti Allison and John Rogers Bruce Rogers Andrew Romanowski Gina Rosato Cathy Roseland Cindy Rosenfeld Amy Rosenfeld Kelley Roswell and Ian Capps The Rotary Foundation Cynthia and David Rothbard Deborah and Ralph Round Jeanne and Robert Roussey Rosalie Royere Katherine Ruark Kaley Ruark Logan Ruark Teasley Ruback Thelma and Herb Rubinstein Barbara Ruh Catherine Ruiz-Esparza Cynthia Rund Lauren Rundell Casey Russell Chris Russell Mark Russell

Alice Ruth and Ron Alvarez Ed Ruth Vickie and Michael Rutkowski Kathryn and Tim Ryan Leigh Rychel S. Spencer Scott Fund, Inc. Sharon Saba Julie and Steven Saenger The Sagel Family Toni and Jonathan Saiber Nina Saks and Richard Robinson Kim Salani Gerry Salani Christine and Christophere Sallee Sarah and Nick Salvadore Coleen and Zach Sanders Elaine Sandler Kerry Santambrogio Matt and Tahnee Santambrogio Shelly and Rick Sapkin Sheila Sasson Elizabeth and John Sawyer Say No More Promotions Meghan Scallen Hillary and Patrick Scanlan Paul Scarmazzi Marie Schaefer Alicia Schanilec Jones George Scheppmann Mary Ann and David Scherpf Carol Schimmer Tonja Schira Bev Schneiter Susan and Alvin Schonfeld Erin Schovanec Carole Schragen Jill and Scott Schreiner Susan and Dave Schulz Sheri and Tom Schweizer Stephanie and Gregg Sciez Jenna Lee Scott Pamela Scott Melanie Seatvet Heidi Seawright Tamie and Allan Sedmak Renee and Bill Selan Lucinda Sellers Jonathon Sera Monica Serianni and David Ganick Andrea Sessler Elizabeth Shafer Andrew Shafer Michael Shannon Tamara Shannon Julie Shapiro Carter and Jeff Sharfstein Jan and Howard Shaw ✦ SHC Nursery & Landscape Co.


“Roundup River Ranch is a community that allows kids to be kids, and families to enjoy each other’s company without all the ‘other stuff.’ We can let loose, have fun, and truly forget our worries. Camp is desperately needed for families going through these struggles, because serious illnesses are a daily and lifelong journey. Everyone needs an escape from the stressors of life. It is no different for families living with serious illnesses. Thank you for giving this to our family!” – Craig, Camper Dad

Rebecca Sheddrick Marilyn and John Shelton Dana Shepard and Michael Narkewicz, MD Debbie Shepard Courtney Shephard Margery Sheppard Adrienne Shiloff Anne Shutan Barbara A. Sidon Patricia Sill Denny and Holly Simonton Arthur Siverling SK Design Group, Inc. Julia Skillern Erin Skufca Shelley Sloan and Paul Stillwell, MD BJ and Garrett Smith Sarah and Norman Smith Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation Natalie Smith Gregory Smith Kelley Smith Bramlage Barry Smith Isaac Smith James Smith Pamela Smith Phyllis Smith Randall Smith Scott Smith Kurt Snodgrass Jenna Snyder Merri Snyder Elissa Soden Lori and Ron Sokol, MD Evelyn Solorzano Kaylin Sommer Janice and Rich Sonntag Craig Sovka Sharon Space Robyn Loring Specthrine

Toni and Wes Spera Trudy Spike SRE Building Associates Paul, Emily, Jack, and JP St Ruth Stage Left Productions Jane Stampe and Susan Creamer Nancy Stanko Judy and Holbrook Stapp John R. Starkey Elizabeth Starrs and Lorraine Parker Right Start Events Judith Stein Julie and Daniel Steiner Morna and John Steninger Tom Stephani Kevin Stephens Stefan Sterett Susan Sterett Allison and Cory Stern David Stern Robert Stewardson Danielle and Joseph Stewart Donna Stewart Douglas Stimple Drew Stoll Sandra Stolte Audrey Stone Gail and Paul Stone Joan Stoneking Jana and Michael Strasburg Marcia Kay Stubbs Adrienne Stueven Debra and David Stull ✦ Madeline Stutte Nicole Stutte Trish Stutte Joe Suarez IV James Suhadolink Mike Suhadolink Gwen Sullivan Lynne Sullivan Megan Sullivan

*An asterisk indicates someone who is deceased

Neil and Anne Sullivan Sheila Sullivan Ryan Summers Audrey Sunday Amanda Swanson Jamie Lynn Swift Claire Swift T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving Harriet and David Tamminga Sandra Taryle Jim and Kim Taylor Jodi and Kenneth Teague ✦ Milo Tedstrom Ralph Teets Mary Thaler Raj Thangavelu Kiel Thedofrd Michael Thiel Elle Thomas Fred and Terri Thomas Jennifer Thomas Monty Thomas Chris Thompson Dawn and Joe Thompson Deann R. Thoms Carolyn and Steven Thomton Mark Thomton Liz and Rodney Thonger Hannah Thornton Natalie Throckmorton Margot and Ned Timbel Jill Tipton and Michael Jahraus Barbara and Jim Todd Christopher Todoroff Brianne Tomaszewski Kevin Tone Janice Tonz Luis Torres Ellen Tower Cheryl Townson Kaila Townson Patricia and Keith Trecker

Mimi and Tim Trombatore Chris Troxell Haley Trudeau Anne and Robert Trumpower Hope and Ed Tudanger Diane Tye United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Jerry Urban Vail Mountain School Camila Valdiviezo Ryan M. Valle Susan VanDerhoof Claire and Kirk Vanhee Kali and Clay Vansteel Kristina and Steve Vardaman Jenny Vargas Shelly Varvil Grayson Vaughn Albert Vculek Kathryn Vculek Diana Verrilli and David Raduziner Claudia and Charles Vieth Vista at Arrowhead Emily and Harry Volz Britta Volz Kyle Von Koepping Jodi Vongsakoun Marsha VonKoepping W&G McKinney Revocable Trust Kate and Mathew Wachlarowicz JoAnne Wahlstrom Barry Waldorf Jean Walker Ryan Wallach Laura and Rabin Walters Wapiyapi Loretta Warner Peter Warren DeAnna Wassom Garrett Wassom Ethan and Lauren Watel

Matthew Waterman Amber and Matt Wayman Stephanie Wayne Peggy Wayne Deborah Webster and Stephen Blanchard Jan Wee Robert L. Wehling Susan Wehrenberg Susan and Albert Weihl Carla Weiland Josh Weiss Barbara Weisz Amanda Welch Janice and D. Eric Welker Martine Wells Brian and Lynda Wenk Patricia Wertzberger Alice and Larry West Carly and Jared West Westhaven Capital Agneta and Ola Wettergren Cody Wheeler James Whelan Megan White LaDonna and Gary Wicklund Andrea and William Wilcox Emma Jane and Brian Wildermuth Danielle and Mark Wiletsky Logan Am Wiley Greta and Randy Wilkening Wayman Wilkerson Elisa and Rick Willard William L. Hall and Susan Dobel Hall Family Foundation Laurie and Andy Williams Frances Williams Judy and Paul Williamsen Jaye Willson Peg Wilson Frank Winn Roberta and Scott Winterowd

Traci and Michael Wodlinger Jessica Wohlert Brooke Wolf Sheri and Greg Wolfe Rosalind Wolff Linda and Dean Wolz Elizabeth Woods Lauren Wooten Usha Wright Everette Wright JoAnn Wright Julie Wright Lynne and Mark Wurzer Wyndham Vacation Rentals Eileen Wysocki Elizabeth Yeung Susan Young and Alan Gorsuch Pamela and David Young Nancy and Hap Young Gillian Zackham and Roy Korins Zastrow Dentistry Julie Zimbelman, MD and Scott Zimbelman, MD Alison Zink Katie Zinn Susan Zornes Janet Zube-Arrington Lorraine Zupon

✦ Designates donors who give monthly

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“You come to camp and leave a whole new person. That is one of the best things about camp.” – Caitlin, Camper

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In-Kind Donors 10th Mountain Whiskey and Spirits AeroColorado Brian Ackerman Administrative Staff of Children’s Hospital Colorado AED Authority Artwork by Britten Debbi and Lee Alpert Alpine Bank Anderson’s Fish Camp Mark and Donna Arnold Archery Games Denver Avalanche Avon Liquor Beaver Framers Beaver Liquors Bella Cucina Benessere Vineyards Ellen Benish Cathy Bethke Bishop Brogden Associates, Inc Toni and Roy Bliss Boones Wine and Spirits The Brass Bed Richard Bross Browns Hill Engineering Cakebread Cellars Allesandro Carollo CERES Landcare Children’s Museum of Denver The Club at Cordillera Eileen Clune, MBA David Cohen, MD Colorado & Company 9 News Colorado Expression Magazine Cordillera Cares Country Club of the Rockies Susan and Ed Cudahy Denise Delaney Brandon Duley Peggy and Cleive Dumas Margaret and Gary Edwards

Gifts from in-kind donors help meet the needs of campers by reducing operating expenses and enhancing programmatic opportunities at camp. Britten Elizabeth Eminence Organic Skin Care Lourdes and Paul Ferzacca Regina and Kyle Fink Foods of Vail Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail Frost Creek Grace and Steve Gamble GHA Technologies, Inc The Golden Bear Jane Gros Carla Guarascio Chad Harbour Marc Hatfield Hasbro, Inc. Daphne Hearn Linda Hendricks Holland & Hart The Home Depot Home Outfitters Hooked Hovey & Harrison Inn at Riverwalk Jazzy Nails Jews and Gentiles BBQ Co. Alissa and Matt Joblon JVA Consulting Engineers Kimberley’s Fine Jewelry Kitchen Collage Kroenke Sports Last Bottle Wines La Tour The Lodge at Flying Horse Lovely Nails Manor Vail Lodge Donna and Pat Martin Marissa Milzer Moes Original BBQ Monaghan Medical Monte Gifford Design, Inc. Janet Mordecai Mountain Beverage

The Next Eddy Northside Kitchen Ooh La La Rhonda Ostenso OTG | 247 Pepi Sports, Inc. Pinecones Piney River Ranch Q Boutique Quail Valley Golf Club & River Club Quality Italian Sean Razee Red Sky Ranch and Golf Club Andrea and Eric Reinhard The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch The River Course at Keystone Riverwalk Wine And Spirits Riley Romanin Khamla Rongsakoun Sage Hospitality Group Say No More Promotions Kathie and Bob Shafer Shanahan’s Steak House Susan Shreeve Ski Country Dry Cleaning Slifer Designs Smith Story Wines Sol Lingerie Splendido STEM Ciders Elizabeth L. Stern Sweet Basil Peggy Thompson Marco Tonazzi True Food Kitchen Vail Daily Vail Resorts Vail Resorts Epic Promise Valbruna Venice Restorante & Wine Bar Venture Sports Veriason Distributors

Village Market The Vineyard Wine Shop Wagner Rents Walmart Wanderlust Dog Ranch Janis and Roger Ward Wells Fargo Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa White Water Express Car Wash Kristy and Bill Woolfolk Sara and KP Yelpaala Yetis Grind Megan and Adel Younoszai, MD

“The box we received made a HUGE difference in feeling like we were really going to camp. We were thrilled to have the t-shirts, wood cookies, and camp activities!” – Pam, Camper Mom

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GiftsinTribute Tom Alexander Live Large Love Loud Debbi and Lee Alpert Cheri Michelson Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld Katie and Mike Santambrogio Anna Sie

Angie and David Brammer Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Jan and Robert Brammer Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel

Samantha and Scott Anshutz Claire and Neil Marchese

Jennifer and Charles Brammer Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel

Grace Anshutz Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel

Mark Brammer Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel

Ted Apple Barbara and Edward Lukes

June Brammer* Bob Peterson John DeWildt Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Mark Brammer Angie and David Brammer Stromberg Carlson

Donna and Mark Arnold Alex Choquette Paula Axelrod Celisa Bryant Janie B* William Harrison Shirley Ann Fortney Barnett* Kym Ricks The Barrow Family Barbara and Lawrence Clark Catherine Bennett and Fred Frailey Susan Denniston Barbara Frailey Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Carolyn and Tom Stewart Cheryl Bennett* Anonymous William S. Bennett Don Bissett Buzz Dow Dawn and Larry Mullin *

Marita Bledsoe and Joshua Bissett Anonymous Sheila Linn Paula Bleeker* Anonymous Ben and Max Bramlage Pamela Smith

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Tribute gifts are an extraordinary way for donors to appreciate, honor, celebrate, or remember those who are special to them. We are grateful for your support. Trent Cole* Beth Newton

Sawyer Fricks Michael Thiel

John R. Gorman William Gorman, MD

Old Craghead Ranch Jerry and Alice

Rhada Gair* Cynthia Rund

Sheika Gramshammer Joanne S. Crosby

Wiley Daniel* Ida Daniel

Gerald Gallegos* Amy Woodworth Mimi and Tim Trombatore

Randy Green* Anne W. Green

Monique Davis Celisa Bryant Taylor Denney Patricia and Arnold Fridland, MD Susan DesCombes Aidenne Dietel Josephine Munsell Deborah and Norman Dreyfuss Cheri and Steve Lasky Marilyn Eber Elizabeth L. Stern

Marijke Brofos Eileen Clune, MBA

Cason Eckhoff* Anonymous

Ann and Jim Cauthorn Joanne S. Crosby

Cynthia Engles Kara and Chance Choate Allison and John Rogers

Erin Clark Jenny Max Jennifer and Adam Clark Barbara and Lawrence Clark Josephine Clark Sheila Sasson Carly Clements, LPN Laura Hyatt Lisa Cohen* Elizabeth L. Stern Leewood and Thomas Woodell David Cohen, MD Ann and Donald Graubart Ruth Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Leewood and Thomas Woodell Kathy Cole Christopher Rebich Katie and Mike Santambrogio

*An asterisk indicates someone who is deceased

Dave and Mary Erb Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Alexander Erwin Monica Pino Cathy and Joe Ethington Leigh Rychel Mike Farley* Marita Bledsoe, MD Kathy and David Ferguson Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Katie and Mike Santambrogio Natalie Smith Renee Fielder and Paul Wigton Ali and Paul Fisher Rhonda Long John Forester Richard Forester Bette Foster Joanne S. Crosby

Alissa Gardenswartz, JD and Craig Gardenswartz Kevin McDonnell Martine Wells Greer and Jack Gardner Anonymous Donna and Mark Arnold Hannah Geisman Ellen Tower Bryan Gilbertson Lavonne Hanson Ezra Gogel John Forester Georgia and Donald Gogel Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Katie and Mike Santambrogio Brayden Gold Herbert Buchwald Beth and Martin Gold

Logan Brie Greenfield Anonymous Koby Gruenwald* Andy Abowitz Anonymous Alysa Freeman Melanie and Salomon Gruenwald Melissa Hoch Shane Kleinstein Chris Hahn and Tom Gudenkaup Rosalie Hahn Jim and Mary Hagen Stephanie Wayne Joe Hagen and Bill Wiles Jim and Mary Hagen Jamie Hahn Rosalie Hahn Jane E. Hall Leslie and Garret Davies

Eli Gold Meagan Gold

Peter Hall Heidi Seawright

Shirley Gold* Debbi and Lee Alpert Peggy Thompson

Debbie Hanauer Katie and Mike Santambrogio

Drew Goldberg Holland Gamble Filliettaz Kiki Gore* Lia Gore, MD and Frank Haluska, MD Lia Gore, MD and Frank Haluska, MD Tracy Fischman John Forester Katie and Mike Santambrogio Katherine and Steve Wellington Greta and Randy Wilkening

Stephanie Hearn Anonymous Jane and Michael Kirby Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Dave and Marty Erb Linda Hendricks Katie and Mike Santambrogio Suzanne and Lawrence Hess Mary Rose and Leonard Pellettier Betsy Hill Anonymous Philip Hoffman Kelly Knight

Francie and David Horvitz Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Bill House Nancy Lipsky Jacquie Houston* Angie and David Brammer Neal Hutchinson Elizabeth Starrs Helen Johnson Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Kurtis Johnson Kenneth Molzer Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Joyce and John Brinly Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes Alex Choquette Barbara and Fred Baumann Sharon and Daniel Riggs Katie and Mike Santambrogio Logan Jones Emily Gros Alison and Maynard Knapp Rita Lowndes Leighton Kohlman Molly McNerney Grace Koontz Jeanine and James Koontz Stanley Lapidos Mervyn and Laine Lapin Joanne S. Crosby Claudia Lauer Andrea Aliaga Chris Lawler* Rachel Akeson OkSoon Lee*, MD and Kiuck Lee*, MD Juliane H. Lee, M.D. Devon Lehman Marianne Lehman Deborah Liptzin, MD and Clay Houser Sharron and Benjamin Liptzin, M.D.


Magic, multiplied. During select sessions this season, we also invited siblings and friends of our campers to join them for Camp Online.

Nicholas Sheldon Courtney Dahl Darby Shockley Anonymous Reverend Sid Spain Frances and Vincent Jones Emily and Paul St Ruth Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel

Sandy Lloyd* Pat and Michael Cole Judith Fincham Linda Galvin William Gottlieb Alicia Gower Daisy Morris Doug Morris Kelley Morris Leonard Randolph Jr Vicki Rippeto Katie and Mike Santambrogio Liz Logan and William Sterett, MD Stefan Sterett Susan Sterett Cherry Lommen Debbie and Jim Schultz *

Ron Maclachlan Anonymous Nancy Berger Marita Bledsoe, MD Susanna and Douglas Chapin Linda and Robert Forrester Ken and Jan Hostetler Kevin Howard Joan Maclachlan Margy and Charles Malott Meredith Matt Linda Noakes Penny and Chris Oliver, MD Marian Penny PEO Chapter DJ John R. Starkey Pamela and David Young *

Sean Maguire John Howell Milan Malivuk* Frances Mutolo and Michael Malivuk

Donna and Patrick Martin Nancy Groff Katie and Mike Santambrogio Jen May John Forester

Sterling Nell Leija Katie and Mike Santambrogio Nick* Mary and William Kennedy

Mimi Maytag Joanne S. Crosby

Zoe Nix Betsy and Larry McGuire Katherine Nix

Janet and John McDavid Greer and Jack Gardner

Stacy Oliverio* Bob and Rosie Tutag

Ethan McGee Jenny Hejtmanek and Doug Tremblay

Jennifer Ortiz* Jeff Krebs Kathy and Mark Reed Katie and Mike Santambrogio

Elizabeth and John McGillicudy Jim and Mary Hagen Stephanie McGuire Betsy and Larry McGuire Jennifer and Patrick McPherson Betty and Clinton Josey Donna Meyer Joanne S. Crosby Cynthia and Byron Grant Janet Mordecai Lieba Alpert Zondra Pluss Michael Moser Marka Moser Sophie and Olivia Moss Jennifer Moss Finn Mott Beverly and Bill Thomas Fr. Kevin Murphy Clune & Associates Verna Myers Karen and Douglas Myers

Stacey Palmer* Kassandra Aitken Margit and Marty Patterson Elle Thomas Irv Pavey* Anonymous Mary and David Davies Patricia Perell Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Cindy Perkins* Anonymous Katie and Mike Santambrogio Megan White Bob Peterson* Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabell Julia Renz Rose and Alaric Renz Marilyn Rogers Adrienne Shiloff Barry Waldorf

Roundup River Ranch Staff Jill and Scott Schreiner CompassNeedle Angela and Scott Tucker Andrew Sagel Anonymous Julie and Mike Chapman Madison Anne Salani* Jennie O’Brien Katie and Mike Santambrogio Elizabeth Albright Grace Ellen Anshutz Elissa Soden Jodi and Kenneth Teague Debbie and Jim Schultz Jennifer and Andy Goff Janet A. Kenien Katie and Mike Santambrogio

Daisy Walsh* Jeff Krebs

Julie and Daniel Steiner Jana and Michael Strasburg Elizabeth Stern Cheri and Steve Lasky David Stern* Diedre Pai Annette Ramer Debbie and Jim Schultz Leslie Stern* Allison and Cory Stern Danielle and Joseph Stewart Teagan Stewart

Julie and Hugh Sullivan Alice Ruth and Ron Alvarez Jane Heisel Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Linda Graef Jones Tracy Flanigan McVey Kim and David Morse Claire Nassif Katie and Mike Santambrogio Carmel A. Shields

Susan and Jeremy Shamos Joy Dinsdale Carle Sharpe Joanne S. Crosby Jack Shearer John Forester Karen Berndt

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Britta Volz Emily and Harry Volz

Tina Staley and Harris Sherman Peggy Thompson

Sheri and Tom Schweizer Sandra Taryle Melanie Seatvet

Kathie and Bob Shafer Robert Koblenzer

Callie Jane Vickers Julien Gradnigo

Brooks Wallace Dorinda B. Armstrong

Madeline Stutte Stage Left Productions

Sandi Selby Lani and Michael Kessler

Riley Tuttle Anonymous

Caren and Albert Stahmer John Forester

Hannah and Chris Schultz Debbie and Jim Schultz

Molly Segrue Anonymous

Peggy Thompson Kathi Cramer Gail and Paul Stone

Ann Sullivan* Anonymous Kathy and Peter Tenhula Ruth B. Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Katie and Mike Santambrogio

Peg and Tony Wayne Jim and Mary Hagen Stephanie Wayne Jim and Mary Hagen Carla Weiland and the Staff of Camp Summit TX Randall Smith Kristine Weisz, MD and Keith Weisz, MD Charles Boswell Deborah Englehart Alice M. Weisz, MD Carly and Jared West Christine and Christophere Sallee Janis Dunn William Whittaker Anonymous Kristy and William Woolfolk Ruth Johnson, JD and Kris Sabel Katie and Mike Santambrogio Julia Wrapp and John Gates Katie and Mike Santambrogio Marie and Matthew Wright Brian and Lynda Wenk Elianna Yelpaala Genery Booster and Geoff Shamos Susannah and John Osley Sara and KP Yelpaala Joy Dinsdale

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THE DEDICATED, INNOVATIVE, AND EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP BEHIND ALL THAT CAMP MAGIC.

**Denotes Staff Liaison

Advisory Board Chairs

Donna and Patrick Martin Kristy and Bill Woolfolk

Members

Brenda and Derik Allerton Marilyn Augur Pam and Richard Bard Karen Berndt Timothy Beyer, JD William Bishop Heidi and Mark Bricklin Michael Brown Mary and Cliff Buchholz Glory and Michael Burns Janis Burrow Jeri and Charlie Campisi Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes Eileen Clune, MBA Gerri Cohen Marla and George Coleman Joanne S. Crosby Ida Daniel Mary and David Davies Leslie Davies Monique Davis Susie Davis Lisa Dennis Kelley and Andrew Duke Sandra and Leo Dunn Jane and Reed Eberly Kathleen and Jack Eck, MD Helen and Chris Edwards Paula and David Edwards Kathy and David Ferguson Regina Fink, RN, PhD and Kyle Fink, MD Rebecca Foisy Riff Craig Foley Fred Frailey

Lisa Siegert-Free and Nathan Free Cindy Engles and Stuart Frith Laurie Galbreath Suzanne Gallegos Linda Galvin Grace and Steve Gamble Georgia and Donald Gogel Carla Guarascio Shelie and Rick Gustafson Mary and Jim Hagen Jane E. Hall Jennifer and Adam Harrison Linda Hendricks Betsy and Mike Henritze Tracy Dolan and Rick Hermes Samantha Hodgkins Drew Hollenbeck Judy and Robert Holmes, JDs Francie and David Horvitz Kathleen and Michael Imperi Lynn and Don Janklow Jane and Gregory Johnson Barbara and Timothy Kelley Becky Kinney Alison and Maynard Knapp Linda and Mark Kogod Laine and Merv Lapin Kelly Liken and Rick Colomitz Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. Gina and Jim Lorenzen Joan Maclachlan Gail and Joseph Mahoney Julie and Robert Mandell Donna Meyer Robert Moroney Karen and Jim Morter Stacey and Trey Odom Sally and Richard O’Loughlin Dianne Pitt and Mitch Karlin Lisa and Dave Pease Suzi and Donald Perozzi

Pam and Ben Peternell Diane Pitt and Mitchell Karlin Cricket and Rick Pylman Robert Ravenscroft James and Amy Regan Anne Roberts T. Denny Sanford Katie Santambrogio, MNM** Suzanne and Bernard Scharf Carole and Peter Segal Lynne and Ken Siegel Beth and Rod Slifer Marilyn and Jim Steane Brooke and Martin E. Jr. Stein Liz Logan and William Sterett, MD Kelly and Robert Veitch Susan and Tom Washing Carole A. Watters Karin and Bob Weber Nancy and Don Wiese Kim and Steve Winesett

Medical Advisory Committee Chairs

Keith Weisz, MD Adel Younoszai, MD

Members

Alison DuMond, CPNP-AC Lalit Bajaj, MD Mindy Banks, MD Emily Barr, CPNP, CNM Terri Bisio, RN, NP Marita Bledsoe, MD** Nick Brandehoff, MD Mark Brown, MD Michele Chetham, MD David Cohen, MD Jake Cripe, MD

Jeff Darst, MD Edwin DeZoeten, MD Laura Dorneman, RN Patricia Eells, CPNP Monique Germone, PhD, BCBA Elizabeth Gibson, PNP Lia Gore, MD Michael Handler, MD Katherine Hannigan, RN, BSN** Beth Hasse, RN, BSN Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Karen Hill, RN, PNP Edward Hoffenberg, MD Meena Julapalli, MD Sarah Kelly, PsyD Jill Keyes, MD Kelly Knupp, MD Juliane H. Lee, MD Deborah Liptzin, MD Arthur Liu, MD Edward Liu, MD Kelly Maloney, MD Dennis Matthews, MD Lisa Meltzer, PhD Jerrod Milton, RpH Michael Narkewicz, MD Rachelle Nuss, MD Carla Oliver, MSW, CCLS Suzanne Paul, NP Nathan Rabinovitch, MD Bridget Raleigh, NP Bethany Rippe, CCLS Adam Rosenberg, MD Benjamin Ross, MD Scott Sagel, MD Ron Sokol, MD Elizabeth Solan, MD Chelsey Stillman, PA-C Shikha Sundaram, MD Julie Zimbelman, MD

“Virtual stage night might have been even better than in-person stage night! I was able to film myself, so there was no stage fright, and then while I was ‘performing’ I got to read all the encouraging things people were saying in the chat.” – Ella, Camper 42

Staff

Hospital Partners

President & CEO

Founding Hospital Partner

Ruth B. Johnson, JD

Staff

Ernest Anastos Dakota Anderson Donna Arnold Deannah Baesel Marita Bledsoe, MD Charlie Cherrington Jennifer Clark Carly Clements, LPN Taylre Derby Jenika Doberstein Cathy Ethington Connor FitzGerald Katherine Hannigan, RN Kara Hasbrouck-Schmidt Stephanie Hearn Sterling Nell Leija Courtney Leiker Mitzi Marquez, MBA Victoria Mueller Ryan Pendergast Kendra Perkins Shelley Pinkham Katie Santambrogio, MNM Dakotah Stoneking Chris Troxell Kali Vansteel Carly West Emma Whiting Kaylee Wilson

Children’s Hospital Colorado

Hospital Partners

National Jewish Health Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children P/SL Vail Health

Medical Support Partners & Advisors

AED Authority Banner Health DaVita Denver Health Pediatrics Eagle County Paramedic Services McKee Wellness Foundation Medical Solutions Monaghan Medical Starting Hearts Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Nursing Program University of Colorado Anschutz – Pediatric Residency Program University of Colorado Anschutz – Pediatric Fellowship Programs: Cardiology, Gastrointestinal, Infectious Diseases, and Oncology / Hematology UC Anschutz/Denver College of Nursing – Nurse Practitioner program University of Colorado at Colorado Springs School of Nursing – Nurse Practitioner Program


THANK YOU CORPORATE SPONSORS Recognizing corporate donors who contributed $5,000 or more in FY2020 (November 1, 2019, through October 31, 2020).

$499,999 to $100,000

$99,999 to $50,000

D.H.W. Energy, Inc.

$49,999 to $10,000

$9,999 to $5,000

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We’re part of something seriously awesome. Roundup River Ranch is proud to be a member of SeriousFun Children’s Network. Founded by Paul Newman, this is a growing global community of independently managed and financed camps and programs. We are honored to join forces with this network that spans the world with 30 camps and programs serving children from over 50 countries and throughout five continents.

For kids ages 17 and under with serious illnesses (and their awesome families) we offer extraordinary camp experiences and the blissful joy of being an “ordinary” kid. Always free. 8333 Colorado River Road, Gypsum, CO 81637 | 970.524.2267

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