Community Longevity: Our $10 Million Capital Campaign

The Vail Religious Foundation greatly appreciates your interest in keeping alive the faith, spiritual and community center that has served us so well since 1969.


The Construction Projects

Chapel & Ministry Buildings

  • Roof Replacement including snow fence and/or heat tape and gutters, and solar panels
  • Electrical System Upgrade
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Replacement of most fixtures
  • HVAC Replacement
  • AC installation
  • Parking Lot Replacement (50% Shared with FirstBank)
  • Security, Sound and IT/AV Upgrades
  • New Landscaping including prayer garden, outdoor wedding location, and donor recognition area

Chapel Building Only

  • Entry Drive Replacement
  • Main Entry Renovation and Stucco Replacement
  • Window Replacement
  • ADA Compliance (currently none except elevator)
  • Refurbishing all woodwork throughout Chapel, pews and chairs
  • Elevator Replacement
  • Full Sacristy Renovation
  • Lower Level Renovation
    • Full kitchen remodel
    • Lighting fixtures and furniture
    • Children’s/bride’s room cabinets, countertops, new refrigerator, window coverings and lighting
    • Add more storage space and enclose garbage and recycling bins


Reserve Fund

The Vail Religious Foundation has never done any fundraising to assist with costs of operations. Te Vail Interfaith Chapel would not survive a catastrophic economic event, loss of congregation(s), or another pandemic for longer than three years.  We need additional financial assistance to secure its place as part of the Town of Vail and the Vail Valley’s future.


Donor Level and Benefits


For more information, please contact Director of Development and Marketing Katie Campbell.

Support the Vail Interfaith Chapel

Securing the future of the Vail Interfaith Chapel for generations to come.


The Vail Interfaith Chapel is a spiritual heart and community center for the Town of Vail and the Valley Valley. After 50+ years of constant use,  improvements are needed to improve the building’s structural and aesthetic integrity.

The story of this place is of solace, acceptance, community outreach, worship, peace, joy and forgiveness where we share life, death, food, shelter, wealth, sorrow and loss, stories, and happiness.

– 34,000 residents and guests attend religious services annually

– 100 families served with emergency shelter in winter storms in past 5 years

– 4,200 fans at 16 Bravo! Vail concerts and discussions each year

– 10,608 people annually attend 14 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week

– $15 million minimum annual revenue driven to wedding-related businesses through the Vail Valley

The Vail Interfaith Chapel and Ministry Building are used for non-religious purposes approximately 60% of the time.

Please keep these treasured buildings up-to-date, well maintained, and intact for generations to come. Thank you!