We Are Colorado

Land Title is committed to Colorado communities.

Each year, Land Title supports numerous organizations across the state ranging from local food banks, to mental health advocacy groups, to youth athletics and relief for those impacted by wildfires.

Leadership starts at the top and our executive team regularly donates their time to professional and civic organizations that promote and support the communities in which we work.

Children’s Hospital, HopeWest, Downtown Denver Partnership, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Museum of Nature and Science and the Colorado Association of Realtors Foundation, are just a few of the organizations for which our leaders and colleagues donate their time and efforts.

We are proud to help support the following organizations and many others throughout the state.

ACE Scholarships
Ace Scholarships helps children from low-income households by giving financial support and access to schools that are better suited for them and their specific needs. As things like safety, support and academic rigor continue to improve, so do the children’s success. 90% of ACE Scholars graduate from high school each year. These same students are continuing on to enroll and graduate from college at similar rates to other students from predominately high-income high schools.
Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council
The Boy Scouts of America sets their purpose on helping to prepare the young people of our communities to make ethical and moral choices throughout their lifes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. The lessons our young people gain when participating in Boy Scouts of America are lessons they will keep throughout their lives.
Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation
Colorado Children’s Hospital Foundation is the region’s only nonprofit pediatric hospital and is fueled by giving. They serve ever child in need, regardless of a family’s ability to pay for care. Children’s Hospital Colorado works on the belief that a child’s life can and should be filled with limitless possibilities.
Colorado Succeeds
Colorado Succeeds is a network of Colorado business leaders, who have joined together to ensure the education system works better and smarter for the people of Colorado. They are committed to bringing education, business and government leaders together to create lasting results.
Craig Hospital
Craig Hospital of Denver, Colorado is a world-renowned rehab hospital, exclusively specializing in the neuro-rehab and research of patients with spinal cord (SCI) and brain injuries (BI). Craig Hospital is a not-for-profit, free-standing, national center that has treated over 31,000 patients with SCI and BI since their start in 1956.
Food Bank of the Rockies
The Food Bank of the Rockies mission is to help families thrive in our Colorado communities and throughout the Rocky Mountains by procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through their programs and partner agencies.
Gold Crown
The Gold Crown Foundation is a Colorado nonprofit that offers your sports and education to nearly 15,000 boys and girls annually throughout Colorado and neighboring states. Gold Crown was founded in 1986 by former Denver Nuggets player and coach, Bull Hanzlik and his business partner, Ray Baker. The mission of this group is to educate the youth and community through sports and enrichment programs.
HomeAid Colorado
Home Aid Colorado believes that all Coloradans deserve to be in safe, stable and dignified housing. Their mission is to build new lives for the Colorado homeless through housing and community outreach. They are strong believers that with a home, anything is possible.
Judi’s House
Judi’s House is the only free-standing Organization of it’s kind in the Metro Denver area devoted solely to providing research-based care to grieving children and their families with the loss of a loved one. Since 2002 Judi’s House has had over 10,000 children and families come through their doors for help in grief. Their vision is to help in that no child should be left alone in grief.
Junior Achievement, Rocky Mountain
Junior Achievement, Rocky Mountain’s purpose in our community is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.The organization exists so that all children, regardless of their background or upbringing, are able to receive the tools they need to build a future for themselves in which they are optimistic, economically self-sufficient, and determined, with a belief in the power of free enterprise.
Mental Health Colorado
Mental Health Colorado advocates for every Coloradan who experiences a mental health or substance use condition each year. They engage policymakers, providers, the public, and the press to promote mental wellness, ensure equitable access to mental health and substance use care, and end stigma and discrimination.
Susan G. Komen Colorado
Susan G. Komen® Colorado is helping fuel research, advocate for patients and support people facing breast cancer locally through a variety of services. As part of their 360-degree approach to fighting breast cancer, they are the only nonprofit organization in Colorado funding four pillars critical to reducing breast cancer deaths: research for breakthroughs in breast cancer, patient care, community health outreach services and taking action through advocacy in the fight against breast cancer.
Tennyson Center for Children
The Tennyson Center for Children supports families and children impacted by trauma and has likely experienced an increased volume of those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal at the Tennyson Center is to ensure that kids and families are connected with the proper resources to heal and thrive in their communities. Their team is dedicated to serving their current children and working to prevent other children from experiencing neglect and abuse.