El Pomar Foundation

Organization Overview

El Pomar Foundation is located in Colorado Springs, CO. The organization was established in 1939. According to its NTEE Classification (T20) the organization is classified as: Private Grantmaking Foundations, under the broad grouping of Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations and related organizations. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 12/2020, El Pomar Foundation generated $23.8m in total revenue. This represents a relatively dramatic decline in revenue. Over the past 2 years, the organization has seen revenues fall by an average of (19.5%) each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $27.7m during the year ending 12/2020. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2020, El Pomar Foundation has awarded 3,742 individual grants totaling $45,929,072. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990PF Filing

TAX YEAR

2020

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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NONPROFIT EFFECTIVENESS AND RECOGNITIONPROGRAMS DESIGNED TO ASSIST, AND GIVE PUBLIC RECOGNITION TO, NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE THROUGH BETTER USE OF THEIR RESOURCES, PLANNING FOR THEIR FUTURE, AND PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF THEIR COMMUNITIES. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: PENROSE HOUSE CONFERENCE CENTER, AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN TAX SEMINAR, AND NONPROFIT OFFICE ASSISTANCE.


LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY SERVICEPROGRAMS DESIGNED TO SHAPE AND ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO ARE AND THOSE WHO WILL BECOME THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS IN OUR COMMUNITIES AND INSTITUTIONS AND TO INSTILL WITHIN EACH THE VALUE AND PRIVILEDGE OF BEING CONNECTED TO THEIR COMMUNITY IN SERVICE TO OTHERS. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: EL POMAR FELLOWSHIP, NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, FORUM FOR CIVIC ADVANCEMENT, EMERGING LEADERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, AND PIKES PEAK HERITAGE SERIES.


COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENTPROGRAMS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES TO IDENTIFY AND REACH OUT TO UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF COLORADO. THE FOUNDATION ENCOURAGES THOSE CLOSEST TO LOCAL PROBLEMS AND ISSUES TO ACTIVELY ASSIST IN TARGETING ITS RESOURCES AND PROGRAMS. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE.


HISTORICAL PROPERTIESTHE FOUNDATION OPERATES AND PRESERVES TWO SIGNIFICANT HISTORICAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROPERTIES (WILL ROGERS SHRINE OF THE SUN AND PENROSE HERITAGE MUSEUM) WHICH SPENCER AND JULIE PENROSE BUILT DURING THEIR LIFETIMES AND LEFT AS A PERPETUAL LEGACY TO THE FUTURE INHABITANTS AND VISITORS TO THE PIKES PEAK REGION.


NONPROFIT EFFECTIVENESS AND RECOGNITIONPROGRAMS DESIGNED TO ASSIST, AND GIVE PUBLIC RECOGNITION TO, NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE THROUGH BETTER USE OF THEIR RESOURCES, PLANNING FOR THEIR FUTURE, AND PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF THEIR COMMUNITIES. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: PENROSE HOUSE CONFERENCE CENTER, AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE, ROCKY MOUNTAIN TAX SEMINAR, AND NONPROFIT OFFICE ASSISTANCE.


LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY SERVICEPROGRAMS DESIGNED TO SHAPE AND ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO ARE AND THOSE WHO WILL BECOME THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS IN OUR COMMUNITIES AND INSTITUTIONS AND TO INSTILL WITHIN EACH THE VALUE AND PRIVILEDGE OF BEING CONNECTED TO THEIR COMMUNITY IN SERVICE TO OTHERS. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: EL POMAR FELLOWSHIP, NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, FORUM FOR CIVIC ADVANCEMENT, EMERGING LEADERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, AND PIKES PEAK HERITAGE SERIES.


COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENTPROGRAMS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES TO IDENTIFY AND REACH OUT TO UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF COLORADO. THE FOUNDATION ENCOURAGES THOSE CLOSEST TO LOCAL PROBLEMS AND ISSUES TO ACTIVELY ASSIST IN TARGETING ITS RESOURCES AND PROGRAMS. PROGRAMS INCLUDE: REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE.


HISTORICAL PROPERTIESTHE FOUNDATION OPERATES AND PRESERVES TWO SIGNIFICANT HISTORICAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROPERTIES (WILL ROGERS SHRINE OF THE SUN AND PENROSE HERITAGE MUSEUM) WHICH SPENCER AND JULIE PENROSE BUILT DURING THEIR LIFETIMES AND LEFT AS A PERPETUAL LEGACY TO THE FUTURE INHABITANTS AND VISITORS TO THE PIKES PEAK REGION.


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Outside Vendors & Contractors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale And Dorr Llp
$466,028
Loomis Sayles
$412,053
Monarch Partners Asset Management Llc
$333,410
Wells Capital Management
$203,282
Weathercraft Co Of Colorado Springs
$189,811
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale And Dorr Llp
$466,028
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar $125,161
Interest on Savings $0
Dividends & Interest $7,082,541
Net Rental Income$245,608
Net Gain on Sale of Assets $15,456,315
Capital Gain Net Income $15,434,876
Net ST Capital Gain $0
Income Modifications $0
Profit on Inventory Sales $0
Other Income $919,954
Total Revenue $23,829,579

Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, El Pomar Foundation has awarded $45,929,072 in support to 3,742 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO FOUNDATION

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Denver, CO

PURPOSE: UCCS CYBERSECURITY AND SPACE ECOSYSTEM PROJECT

$1,250,000

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO FOUNDATION

Org PageRecipient Profile

Denver, CO

PURPOSE: UCCS CYBERSECURITY AND SPACE ECOSYSTEM PROJECT

$1,250,000

Colorado Springs, CO

PURPOSE: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND HOCKEY PROGRAMS

$1,000,000

Colorado Springs, CO

PURPOSE: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND HOCKEY PROGRAMS

$1,000,000

CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS

PURPOSE: ACACIA PARK, ALAMO SQUARE AND PANORAMA PARK

$600,000

CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS

PURPOSE: ACACIA PARK, ALAMO SQUARE AND PANORAMA PARK

$600,000
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Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 2 grants that El Pomar Foundation has recieved totaling $14,300.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Colorado Springs World Arena

Colorado Springs, CO

PURPOSE: Youth & Comm. Fund

$11,300
Buettner Family Foundation

Sioux Falls, SD

PURPOSE: GENERAL OPERATING

$3,000
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