Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, which includes Rocky Mountain PBS, KUVO jazz public radio, and I-News, is proud to welcome Scott Reiman to its Board of Directors. A highly respected Colorado businessman and longtime civic leader, Scott Reiman’s professional and philanthropic skills will be a tremendous asset to Rocky Mountain Public
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Established in 1978, the Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation stands as the primary fundraising arm of Children’s Hospital Colorado. The organization engages with the community, raising awareness of the hospital’s goals and successes in addition to managing financial donations to the hospital. The Reiman Foundation is a longtime supporter of the Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation. In 2006, Scott Reiman chaired the annual Children’s Gala fundraiser and saw firsthand how critically important the work of this organization is. Held annually for more than three decades, the
The Reiman Foundation, Hexagon and Scott Reiman recognize the importance of a significant new resource that is now available for Colorado entrepreneurs. The Colorado Impact Fund was launched in July 2014 to support Colorado companies that generate positive community impact as well as consistent investment returns. Funded by Colorado investors and investing exclusively in Colorado companies, this $63 million private equity fund provides entrepreneurs with cost-efficient capital and a valuable network of strategic business advisors
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
Long-time Denver Art Museum supporters, Virginia and Scott Reiman were proud sponsors of this year’s DAM Uncorked wine tasting event held on April 11 and 12. The annual event raises more than $500,000 for the institution each year and features more than 300 wines, as well as beer and spirits from vintners, brewers and distillers around the world.