CC&V is proud to be directly involved in organizations, events and agencies representing our community. A small sample of some of our recent activities include:
- Independence Headframe and Mill on National Register of Historic Places
- Relocation of the Cresson Headframe and Ore Sorting House
- Gold Sovereign Headframe moved to Cripple Creek District Museum
- Mining equipment display at the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum
- Mining equipment display at the Gold Camp Trailhead
- Relocation and renovation of the Wedge Headframe and Anaconda Crib Wall
- CC&V donated the gold for the new overlay on the State capitol dome
- Major sponsor of the Pikes Peak Regional Hospital
- Support of Southern Teller County Focus Group
- Upgrades to City of Victor water delivery system and city streets
- Donation of land for Cripple Creek Heritage Center
- Sponsorship of teams with Woodland Park, Cripple Creek, and Canon City
- Teller County and Fremont County 4-H livestock sales Events
- Annual Victor Gold Rush Days traditional mining games
- Two Mile High Club Donkey Derby Days
- Victor Celebrates the Arts
- Challenger Learning Center
We are particularly proud of our partnership with the Southern Teller County Focus Group to preserve historical sites throughout the mining district and provide safe public access to some of those areas. Five trails have been developed by the Focus Group on CC&V property. The Focus Group is responsible for maintenance of the trails and for signage that provides valuable information about the historical and modern mining in the area.
The intent of CC&V’s donation program is to support and contribute to the communities in which we live, play and work and to provide visibility for the CC&V, our operations and our employees.
To apply for funding through Newmont’s Community Investment Program, please complete the Community Investment Application. For questions or to submit a completed application, please contact Lisa Becker at email@example.com or 719-689-4044.