Transworld Business Advisors - Rocky Mountain is committed to serving the Colorado community that we all live and work in - especially in the areas of entrepreneurship, small business development, and finance education, which is why we host an annual Charity Ascent!
The Charity Ascent was the brain child of Jessica and Al Fialkovich as a way to give back to their community, support local charity organizations, and to rally young professionals and business owners behind great causes. In 2015, hikers took to the trails of Mount Sherman for the very first Charity Ascent and raised funds for Junior Achievement - Rocky Mountain. Each year, since then, the Charity Ascent has grown in size and funds raised, with 2017 being our best year yet, reaching 107% of our fundraising goal.
In its newest and greatest iteration (we think!), the Charity Ascent will support two new charity partners with a hike of Herman Gulch and a stop in Idaho Springs for the after party. For 2018, the Charity Ascent will be taking place on August 10th, 2018 at 8 AM and will be donating 100% of its proceeds to the Rocky Mountain Microfinance Institute and the Commons on Champa. Registrants will have the option to choose which organization they'd like to donate to and we highly encourage everyone to raise additional funds through their friends and family by choosing the donation options on our event registration page.
The Rocky Mountain Microfinance Institute (RMMFI) is a community creating economic and social mobility through entrepreneurship. They help curious people transform into serious entrepreneurs through personal, business, and financial investments.
The Commons on Champa (COC) is a public hub for entrepreneurship and is a first-of-its-kind public, private and nonprofit partnership that is a catalyst for economic development in Denver. It is built on three key elements – space, programming and community – to accelerate Downtown Denver’s culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
For more than 20 years, Tommyknocker Brewery has been passionately crafting award winning ales and lagers. TKB is also considered a "GREEN" operation as well as a local, small business. So get ready to throwback some flavorful, cold ones after your trek through Herman Gulch and continue the support of Colorado's small businesses!