As a non-profit organization, Christian Living Communities depends on the generosity of residents, families, and friends to help fulfill our mission of enriching the quality and dignity of life for older adults in our non-profit owned communities. Last year through tax-deductible donations such support helped provide services and care to more than 1,000 older adults daily.
This fall, we are bringing everyone’s favorite event back to the traditional, sit-down dinner. Join us as we share special moments in our history and celebrate 50 years of service and care for older adults. Enjoy community, networking, libations, full dinner, Earthen Vessel presentation, Mission in Motion, and a variety of opportunities to support CLC.Learn more and register
Thank you for your commitment as demonstrated by your support in 2021. Your investment enabled us to provide quality programming and services to residents, and crucial training and respite care to team members.
The Compassion Circle honors and thanks those who have taken steps to remember Christian Living Communities through the use of a planned gift. These gifts include bequests, trusts, beneficiary designations, charitable gift annuities, named endowments and other estate-planning vehicles.
Christian Living Communities depends on the generosity of residents, families, corporate partners and friends to help fulfill our mission of enriching the quality and dignity of life for older adults. We are forever grateful for your unwavering support.
As the Director of Donor Relations, Olivia is responsible for setting strategy and identifying the tactics to encourage philanthropic support of Christian Living Communities.
Olivia’s passion is connecting people with a desire to support older adults. She is driven by delivering exceptional, personalized customer service and takes a relational approach to all she does.
She joined Christian Living Communities donor relations team in 2009 after a career as a newspaper reporter and freelance writer that grew from her interest in discovering people’s stories. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. In 2015, she completed the Institute for Leaders in Development at University of Denver, a unique professional development program that identifies Colorado’s emerging nonprofit fundraising leaders and prepares them for the future.
Nancy joined CLC’s Donor Relations Team in September, 2020 as our Annual Giving Specialist. She brings twenty years of experience and expertise serving the nonprofit sector in Colorado and at large. She has excellent interpersonal skills with a strong passion to build and strengthen relationships, creating opportunities for growth and sustainability.
“I love connecting people to the stories behind what makes a mission thrive. I enjoy creating meaningful touch points with the goal of creating lifelong, philanthropic partners.” She is thrilled to be a part of the CLC family.
Nancy is also an artist and has nurtured her creative side by serving on the Board of Directors for a nonprofit art gallery, showing her art in Denver, donating her work to support local nonprofits, and teaching art to youth.
Nancy was born in New York, and considers Colorado home after living here for over 20 years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design in Colorado.
"I made some good friends after moving to Clermont Park. My family loves it. They have also met a lot of good people here."
"Clermont Park is a great place to live. You can participate as much or as little as you want in community activities. You can meet as many people as you like, and they are generally open, so I’ve made a lot of friends in the short time I’ve been here. "