Taking care of our community

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together; 3D yellow figures going into a building

 

Community First

For us, giving back is core to our culture. We’re guided by our unwavering commitment to support the members of our community and strive to have a positive impact where we live and work. 

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Community Programs

We want a better shared future for our community and believe one of our most important responsibilities is supporting the people we serve. We’re proud to work together with the following partners to benefit our local community:

  • Feeding America
  • Autism Speaks

 

 

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The Power of Together

Never underestimate the power of community. By supporting one another, we keep our community thriving. Park Meadows, together with its tenants, contractors, and vendors, employ nearly 4,500 people from our community. The center also provides support to our schools, local municipalities, county, and state through combined payroll, sales, utility and real estate tax contributions annually of nearly $101.8M.

 

 

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Local Love

We’re more than a shopping center to our locals, we are the heartbeat of our hometown. Our local neighborhoods have been, and will continue to be, our focus. Here's what we’re doing to help our community.

  • Supporting the Food Bank of the Rockies Coin Donation Bucket program which provides food and supplies to more than 600 hunger-relief programs across northern Colorado.
  • Partnering with dining tenants to support The Lone Tree Feeds initiative to send meals to our valued first responders.
  • Supporting the annual City of Lone Tree Police Department Awards Luncheon to honor our local officers.
  • Donating giveaway items for the Lone Tree Bike to Work Day, a community health initiative for commuters that includes an event for local businesses to promote their services.
  • Partnering with Developmental Pathways to host a fashion show giving 25 models the opportunity to walk the runway while being escorted by Douglas County first responders. The fashion show was aimed to make participants feel special and beautiful while boosting their self esteem. 
  • Providing free advertising throughout the shopping center for 40 Hands in 40 Days, a non-profit charity, who provides support for non-profit communities to take part in fundraising efforts over 40 days each spring. 
  • Hosting a Public Safety Day to help strengthen the bond between the local residents and our public safety officers. Children participate by engaging with officers while learning and earning prizes. 
  • Providing donations from our coin buckets to support Walnut Hills Elementary Field Trip fund. 
  • Providing on-site space and free advertising to the Douglas County’s Sources of Strength initiative designed to help facilitate difficult conversations with local youth.
  • Participating in the Sense of Security silent auction to raise money for Breast Cancer patients across the state. 
  • Sponsoring the Lone Tree Arts Center Holiday Season in support of patron-focused arts engagement within the community for people of all ages, abilities and experiences.
  • Donating to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in partnership with Ann Taylor Cares.
  • Partnering and donating to Hide in Plain Sight campaign to support homeless students in poverty throughout the Colorado area.

 

 

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In This Together
 

We are here to help nonprofit organizations make a difference in our communities. Parking lot or other space for donations, medical care, social outreach, and more – let us know how we can be of help.
 

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