Giving back to our community is a high priority for Slifer Designs, and currently we support numerous non-profits. In keeping with the tradition of offering pro-bono design work, we are helping design the interiors, donating product and financial support when needed.

Throughout the year, Slifer Designs is also happy to donate items from our showroom to various non-profits including the Eagle County School District, Vail Valley Foundation, The Black Diamond Ball, Vail Mountain School’s (VMS) scholarship fund, Friends of the Dance and many other worthy organizations.

Jack's place - A Cancer caring house

Slifer Designs is thrilled to have partnered with Jack’s Place, A Cancer Caring House. Patients traveling to Shaw for cancer treatment are invited to stay with their family and/or caregiver at Jack’s Place.  The 10,825 square foot lodge, located immediately adjacent to Shaw Regional Cancer Center, offers a haven of tranquility and well-being for patients who need day and night lodging during cancer treatment. With a pay-what-you-can philosophy, guests are invited to take respite at Jack’s for the day or overnight, for as long as they need. Jack’s Place offers 12 beautiful and comfortable private guest rooms.  Each guest room is equipped for two guests – a patient and a caregiver.

Walking Mountains Science Center

Walking Mountains Science Center is a gathering place for environmental learning for school aged children to adults.  The building showcases the highest levels of sustainable design and green building.  It features spaces indoors, as well as outdoor for learning, research, multiday excursions and interactive displays. Slifer Designs worked on all three buildings that makeup the new campus – Mountain Discovery Center which houses the administrative offices  on the upper level and interactive display gallery on the lower level, Field Studies Base Camp which has 2 classrooms and a kitchen and Meadow Learning Studio which is a single classroom.

Roundup River Ranch

Roundup River Ranch provides children with life-threatening illnesses camp experiences with appropriate medical care that are fun, safe, and empowering completely free of charge to the camper. Hundreds of children coping with serious medical conditions and illnesses from an eleven state region will benefit from Roundup River Ranch’s intentional, engaging, and all-inclusive programs annually. This special place will empower children to reach beyond illness, discover unknown potential, and enjoy the delights of being a child at camp.

Bright Future Foundation - Freedom Ranch Safehouse

Freedom Ranch is Eagle County’s first and only safehouse and emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The location of the shelter is kept confidential to protect the safety and security of residents. Residents have the support of the shelter manager and other residents through shared living, dining, and children’s areas. Residents work closely with their advocate to determine plans following their stay at Freedom Ranch.