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Civitas Community Foundation

Civitas launched with a focus on community support and collaboration and we’re continuing to strengthen our relationships with neighbors every day. We don’t succeed unless we all succeed, and one of our first major initiatives, the Civitas Community Foundation, was created in that spirit. Through the Foundation, we will provide scholarships and community project grants with special dispensation for those community members closest to our operations. Through the Civitas Community Foundation, we are proud to invest in the communities where we operate.

2023 Civitas Scholars

Charlotte Alegranti

Monarch High School

University of Colorado, Boulder – Political Science

Emmy Alvarez

Thornton High School

Northeastern University – International Business

Madina Amiri

Gateway High School

Metropolitan State University of Denver – Management

KyleeAnn Brueggemann

Brighton High School

Aims Community College – Radiologic Technology / Sonography

Adolfo Castro-Cital

Boulder High School

University of Colorado, Boulder – Business

Tristan Davidsen

Deer Trail High School

Nebraska Wesleyan University – Engineering

Felipe Hess Ramalho Ortigao

Ridgeview Classical School

Colorado State University – Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering

Kaleigh Johnson

Briggsdale High School

University of Kansas – Health Sciences

Emma Josephson

Hinkley High School

University of Kentucky – Biomedical Engineering

Ella Malm

Monarch High School

Colorado School of Mines – Mechanical Engineering

Eliza Maxfield

Monarch High School

Santa Clara University – Economics

Chimamaka Megafu

Rangeview High School

University of Colorado, Boulder – Finance

Isaac Osei

Hinkley High School

Carnegie Mellon University – Mechanical Engineering

Mary-Jane Patton

Gateway High School

University Of Colorado, Colorado Springs – Business

Melisa Quintero

Fort Lupton High School

Regis University – Nursing

Jair Santana Nunez

Northglenn High School

Otero Junior College – Business

Annabelle Thrash

Monarch High School

University of Colorado, Boulder – Business

Manzi Venter

Eaglecrest High School

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill – Biostatistics & Mathematics

Gavin Walker

Prairie View High School

University of Colorado, Boulder – Computer Science

Selam Zerabruk

Regis Jesuit High School

Grinnell College – Biology

Civitas Scholars

Civitas is proud to aid students in their quest for higher education. Scholarships provided by the Civitas Community Foundation are available to current high school seniors who demonstrate a desire to better their community and pursue a goal of higher education, whether that be by means of a traditional four-year college, community college, vocational school, or other accredited programs.

Applicant requirements include:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Acceptance into Accredited Program
Completed Scholarship Application
Personal Statement(s)
Two letters of recommendation

  • One from within academic setting
  • One outside of academic setting

Applicant must reside within Civitas’ operating counties.

Applications for the 2024-2025 scholarship program will be accepted from January 15 – March 31, 2024.

For questions or to request additional information regarding the Civitas Community Foundation Scholarship, please contact us at [email protected]


By providing Community Project Grants through the Foundation, it is Civitas’ hope that we can grow closer to our communities by empowering members to request funding for programs of their choice. Every community is unique, and so are the projects designed to enhance residents’ lives. The Civitas Community Foundation is eager to support a variety of programs with this initiative.

Tell us how you would use funds to improve your community:

*Community Gardens

*EV Charging Stations

*Sidewalk/Trails/Infrastructure Improvements


*After School Programs

Recent & Upcoming Partnerships

Operation Warm

Our $250,000 commitment provided 10,000 new coats to Pre-K – 5th grade Front Range students