Donor Levels & Programs

Support the Vail Interfaith Chapel and surrounding buildings and grounds today at any level!




Patrons    $5,000 – $9,999      DONATE NOW

  • Advance notice of ticket availability to Summer 2021 and 2022 fundraisers
  • Patron level reception in 2022
  • Patron Sponsor listing on outdoor walkway walls
  • Large Brick paver
  • Patron recognition in annual report for two (2) years


Community Builders    $1,000 – $4,999    DONATE NOW

  • Advance notice of ticket availability to Summer 2021 and 2022 fundraisers
  • Brick paver
  • Community Builder recognition in annual report


Supporters    $0 – $999   DONATE NOW

  • Advance notice of ticket availability to Summer 2021 and 2022 fundraisers
  • Supporter recognition in annual report



Launching October, 2021

Memorialize and remember family, friends and loved ones for years to come by purchasing a brick paver to be placed in the entry circle.



Did you move here in or prior to 1980? Then you are a pioneer! A major part of the 50th Anniversary is celebrating and remembering our history and those who built our town.  The Vail Interfaith Chapel is almost as old as the ski resort, and was named a cultural and historical center of the town by the Vail Town Council on December 1, 2020. READ THE PROCLAMATION


Pioneers of Vail Corporate Sponsorship Information


Register today for special events, sharing memories, and more.  REGISTER NOW



For more information, please contact one of our fundraising staff members:

Katie Campbell, Director of Development & Marketing    EMAIL |  970-376-5069

Allie Coppeak, Senior Philanthropy Officer    EMAIL  |  970-331-6015

Support the Vail Interfaith Chapel


The Vail Interfaith Chapel is the spiritual heart of Vail.  Without it, guests and residents cannot worship any of the six faiths that gather here. It is also the community center for the Town of Vail – a cultural and historical icon use by over 50,000 people annually. After 50+ years of constant use,  improvements are needed to improve the building’s structural and aesthetic integrity.

– 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.