The Lowry Foundation was created in 1998 to enhance the quality of life and public spaces for the enjoyment of all citizens. It pursues projects and programs of artistic, cultural, educational, historic, recreational, and scientific value. A 501(c)(3) organization, The Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of public spaces within the Lowry community for the enjoyment of all Denver citizens. The Foundation Board of Directors is made up of Lowry residents, business owners, and other community leaders.
Public art is a primary focus of the Foundation’s efforts. To date, over a dozen sculptures and art pieces have been created and funded by the Foundation. The Foundation also funds a community grant program, offering grants of up to $2500 for cultural and education programs and projects in Lowry.
In 2009, the Foundation assumed responsibility for the care and use of the Eisenhower Chapel at 293 Roslyn St. This historic landmark is a symbol of the Foundation’s commitment to art, history and community life in Lowry. The Lowry Foundation works in concert with the Lowry Master Community Association to make Lowry a unique place to live and work.
Enjoy this video of the history of Lowry Field and Lowry Air Force Base presented by the Lowry Foundation, in collaboration with Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JCmMMR8418&feature=youtu.be
To contact the Foundation, call 303-344-0481 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.