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Your investment in CCMW funds powerful results.

With your support, Campus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) will continue to expand our reach and build programs to bridge service and learning. Our goal is to become a self-sustaining, fully independent organization committed to serving the interests of campuses and communities in Colorado & Wyoming. CCMW’s first-ever annual fund campaign will help accomplish just that.

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Supporting students on their journeys toward careers in the common good.

Careers in teaching, nursing, engineering, and non-profit work begin with a foundation of education. Students entering these fields are more connected to their academic work and to their local communities because of CCMW programs. We provide hands-on learning opportunities that enrich and inform students’ daily life, long after graduation.

Working to ensure Veteran student success.

CCMW is committed to connecting student Veterans with opportunities to share their skills and gifts with others, creating a Second Mission for Veterans to re-engage as private citizens. We’re helping to ensure the success of Veterans as students, as leaders in their local communities, and as productive members of the workforce.

Investing in local communities.

An investment in student involvement is an investment in local communities. Every year, CCMW participants contribute $25 million to local economies, serve more than 1 million hours, and impact the lives of more than 400,000 community members.

Invest in the Future of the Mountain West

We know you have many opportunities to give to worthy causes. We value every donation, and hope you’ll consider supporting our mission of developing future community leaders who can be powerful agents of change. Thank you!

  • Or mail a check to:
  • Campus Compact of the Mountain West
  • Attn: Annual Fund
  • 3333 Regis Blvd. B-7
  • Denver, CO 80221-1099

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“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”
----Viktor Frankl

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