Responsible Community Citizens
OfficeScapes has long been committed to operating as a responsible corporate citizen in the community. We value the communities in which we live and work and take our community leadership responsibilities seriously.
COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP ROLES
OfficeScapes’ civic and business community leadership is evident based on our leadership roles and active involvement in numerous community organizations:
|Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce||Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation|
|Metro Denver Aviation Coalition||Great Education Colorado|
|Colorado Succeeds||Young President’s Organization|
|IIDA||Colorado School Finance Partnership|
|Von’s Vision||Judi’s House|
|Better Business Bureau||IFMA|
|US Green Building Council|
LEADING COMMUNITY EFFORTS FOR CHANGE
OfficeScapes has helped lead community efforts around:
- Public school finance modernization
- Workforce development
- Education reform
- Economic development
- International non-stop flight expansion
As part of our corporate citizenship, we have completed an extensive list of furniture projects for community organizations and non-profits.
Mile High United Way
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Boy Scouts of America
Boys & Girls Club
Denver Art Museum Admin Building
Rose Andom Center
Colorado Health Foundation
University of Colorado Health Anschutz Campus
St. Joseph’s Hospital
Water for People
OfficeScapes also financially supports a long list of organizations such as The Children’s Hospital Foundation, Food Bank of the Rockies, Denver SafeHouse, Judi’s House, Boy Scouts of America, Girls Inc., American Cancer Society, and the American Heart Association.
Bob Deibel, OfficeScapes’ President and Owner, plays drums in The Moderators, a classic rock and roll band that focuses on raising money for charity. The band has raised nearly $4 million in support of causes such as Mile High United Way, Challenge Denver, Concerts for Kids, and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.