More than 200,000 children and youth visited the Denver Art Museum in 2017. Thanks to Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation as well as Bellco Credit Union, the Free for Kids program allows all Colorado youth access to the world of art. With the North Building under renovation, the museum is open every day of the week now and large numbers of school groups and… [Click to read more]
An $18 million expansion project at Discovery World broke ground last week in downtown Milwaukee. The science and technology center’s 20,000 square foot expansion project is funded entirely by private donations with the largest donation from the Reiman Foundation. The project is expected to take one year to complete. The expansion includes a new pavilion that will be used year-round for… [Click to read more]
On Friday, May 12, The John Lynch Foundation held its 19th Annual Salute the Stars awards luncheon at Sports Authority Field. Sponsored by the Reiman Foundation in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado, the event recognizes student-athletes, including those with special needs, from around the state who shine in academics, athletics and community involvement. This year, the event awarded… [Click to read more]
More one-on-one classroom time with teachers equates to improved student success. And with so much information to track with each student, Schoolrunner provides teachers with a tool that keeps it all in one place, allowing them to do what they do best – teach students. The Denver-based platform is an all-in-one student data system that helps schools track grades, academic… [Click to read more]
As founding sponsor of the Denver Art Museum’s Free for Kids program, the Reiman Foundation is proud to welcome a new presenting sponsor, Bellco Credit Union. The new sponsorship will help provide enhanced cultural learning and engagement opportunities, arts education materials for youth visitors, and funding for community outreach. Free for Kids includes free general admission to all visitors under age 18, including… [Click to read more]
The 18th Annual Salute the Stars luncheon on May 6, 2016 at Sports Authority Field was a celebration filled with inspiration from some young athletes to another. Four-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin spoke at this year’s event at Sports Authority Field. She told students she was proud of them and to be the best that they can be. She shared memories of victory and defeat, and encouraged students to work hard… [Click to read more]
On May 12, 2015, more than 1,300 guests attended the 17th Annual Salute the Stars awards luncheon at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. The event, hosted by the John Lynch Foundation, in partnership with the Reiman Foundation and FourPoint Energy, is designed to recognize and reward outstanding student athletes for their accomplishments. Mayor Michael B. Hancock, John Elway… [Click to read more]
The ACE Scholarships Annual Luncheon, hosted by the ACE Board of Trustees and Board of Advisors, provides community-focused businesses with an opportunity to showcase their support for education and their commitment to the community. This year, ACE Scholarships will be welcoming George F. Will to the Annual Luncheon. George Will is a well established Journalist and has been a columnist for The Washington Post… [Click to read more]
The 2014 Salute the Stars awards luncheon, presented by the Reiman Foundation and FourPoint Energy, was held on Friday, May 2nd at Sports Authority Field in Denver. More than 2,800 guests attended the event in honor of remarkable student athletes across Colorado. The luncheon raised more than $410,000 to fund the John Lynch Foundation’s youth programs and scholarship endowment.
“We are proud to support the student athletes honored here today who have inspired us through their leadership and dedication,” said Scott Reiman
An incredible work of art and piece of Colorado history was recently restored at the University of Denver. Prior to its unveiling in April 2014, the exquisite Shakespearean mural framing the stage of the Reiman Theater in historic Margery Reed Hall was lost for nearly a century.
Painted in 1929 by legendary Colorado artist John Edward Thompson, the mural covers the large proscenium arch that encircles the theater stage. Considered by many historians to be one of the state’s most