Join the Pioneers of Vail!

Join Us in celebrating 50 Years –  become a Pioneer of Vail!

 

At the ceremony for the ground breaking for Vail’s Interfaith Chapel was, from left, Father Thomas Stone, Cissy and John Dobson, Rev. Don Simonton.

 

If you moved here or lived here prior to 1980 or including 1980, please complete this form so we can include you in special publications, email campaigns, events, giving, and recognition programs focused on retaining our history within the Town of Vail and with the Vail Interfaith Chapel.  All Pioneer of Vail donors will be honored with one outside wall in the garden areas, in alphabetical order.  Events will include

  • 2021 holiday gathering (based on COVID restrictions)
  • Advance notifications of event registration
  • Special dedication ceremony/gathering in 2022

 

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Support the Vail Interfaith Chapel

WHY?

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.