2018 Beneficiaries

With your help, the Good Wood Club Foundation was able to donate $30,000 to University Prep and $30,200 to Morgan Community College.


2017 Beneficiary

Colorado Mesa University Foundation

The mission of the Colorado Mesa University Foundation is to strengthen educational opportunities at Colorado Mesa University through the generation and distribution of all gift assets. The foundation serves as the depository for all charitable gifts and acts in a fiduciary capacity as exclusive agent for donor activity.

2016 Beneficiary

Lamar Community College

Lamar Community College is a learner-centered, coeducational, two-year post- secondary institution. The College has developed a special concern for the educational needs of Prowers, Baca, Kiowa, and Cheyenne Counties. Yet its unique programs, small class sizes, dedicated staff, and idyllic setting make it a preferred educational destination for the State of Colorado, the nation, and the world. 


2015 Beneficiary
Denver Urban Scholars

Denver Urban Scholars provides life-changing opportunities for students to pursue individual pathways to career and college.

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2014 Beneficiary

Denver Kids

Denver Kids helps Denver Public Schools students, grades K-12, who face the personal challenges of higher risk environments to successfully complete high school, pursue post-secondary options, and become empowered to positively shape their lives.


2013 Beneficiary

ACE Scholarships

ACE Scholarships, a nonprofit organization that raises money from generous donors and then awards financial scholarships to students from low-income families so they can attend the school of their choice. ACE Scholarships has quickly become an educational success story. In fact, since 2000, we’ve awarded over 35,000 scholarships worth over $83M, giving children from low-income families the chance to succeed. And succeed they have, graduating high school with most going on to college.


2012 Beneficiary

The Challenge Foundation

The Challenge Foundation helps smart, ambitious, and hard-working students break the cycle of poverty through educational opportunities.