Collegiate Peaks Bank Contributed Over $159,000 to Causes in 2023

Collegiate Peaks Bank

Colorado-based Collegiate Peaks Bank, a division of Glacier Bancorp with locations in Denver, Chaffee County and Northern Colorado, has announced that bank employees volunteered 1,092.5 hours to 50 non-profit organizations and contributed $159,358 in donations and sponsorships to causes around Colorado in 2023. This outstanding effort reflects the bank’s culture and commitment to giving back to the community.

“Our bank is very proactive in supporting the communities we serve, and the effort to raise money for local charities is a great testament to the caring spirit of our customers and employees,” said Liam Girard, president of Collegiate Peaks Bank.  “Our entire team makes a point of serving on Boards and as volunteers for charities and non-profits that can use a helping hand.  It’s an important part of our culture and something that we know helps better our local communities.”

Some of the many examples of the type of support organizations received from the Collegiate Peaks Bank (CPB) team include:

Junior Achievement ( Twenty-three CPB employees had 108 volunteer hours partnering with Junior Achievement – Rocky Mountain helping students from nine middle and high schools in the Finance Park and Dream Accelerator programs. 

Young Americans Center for Financial Education ( Thirty-four CPB employees had 79 volunteer hours through Young Americans Center for Financial Education, providing YouthBiz StartUp middle and high school students the ability to present their startup business ideas they worked throughout the year to put together. 

 Ascent Program, Chaffee County EDC ( CPB is the Title Sponsor for the Chaffee County Economic Development Corporation’s (CCEDC) Ascent Program for a second straight year, promoting job creation and economic development in rural communities.

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