Make a Big Impact
with a Small Monthly Gift
to our Golden Keystone Fund 

For the past 50 years the Golden Civic Foundation has partnered with our community to maintain Golden’s unique character and help our town thrive. Our success can be seen in every corner of Golden – from guiding civic development projects including most recently the future development of the Meyer Hardware property into the Miners Alley Performing Art Center along with the Public Art Program, the American Mountaineering Center, Table Mountain Inn and Clear Creek Commons, to, over $6.6 million of investment in local non-profits, to, funding loans to community businesses. Moving ahead, we need your support to continue to help guide Golden’s transition into the future.

The Golden Keystone Fund is fueled by a determined group of monthly givers on a mission to keep the special character of our community. Passionate people – like you – from the Golden community, who support the Golden Civic Foundation’s mission to invest Golden’s economic and cultural vitality by investing in social and civic services, clubs, culturals, education, small business support and civic development.

Please consider becoming an active contributor to our Golden Keystone Fund and help us invest in the impact projects that will keep Golden special!

We welcome you to click on any of the below levels to start your monthly donation today – or, feel free to make your own donation amount!


Please note that you may change or stop your donations at any time by contacting us at or by calling our office at (303) 279-9169.

“I just want to say thank you to the Golden Civic Foundation for your support for the Miners Alley Playhouse/Meyer Hardware transaction. That was what prompted me to add my small contribution last week.  We will keep our treasured Meyer Hardware building and Miners Alley will have the support for their fine productions and for future growth – not to mention greater ease in preparing for and producing their very professional, enjoyable plays and concerts for all ages.

Since its inception, the Golden Civic Foundation has been always taken the lead in making Golden an attractive, shared, thriving community. Citizens who want to go ‘back to the ’70s’ forget that Washington Avenue and surrounding streets were a disaster for the welfare of Golden’s tax base, which meant most of Golden was in disrepair and/or closed. 

I no longer go to your annual Gala but I’m proud to know and tell others about how much the Golden Civic Foundation has contributed to our community.”

Janet Johnson

Golden Resident since the 1970s