Community investment that breaks new ground
A strong community is supported by people who give their time, expertise and resources to projects that make an impact. We are committed to helping our community thrive, which is why we actively serve on numerous non-profit boards, have a generous corporate giving policy, fund scholarships and partner with organizations like the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance and Springs Rescue Mission.
Nunn team members offer their time and specific skill set to non-profit boards throughout the Pikes Peak Region.
Whether we’re ringing the bells for the Salvation Army, funding scholarships for Pikes Peak State College students, or providing resources for women who are pioneers in our industry, we know that a strong community comes from focusing on the welfare of its citizens.
We participate at every level—not just physically building, but supporting, serving and encouraging connection.
Nunn’s corporate giving model connects us with needs across industries.
We support programs to enhance healthcare, improve quality of life, fund educational opportunities and give people the services they need to survive. These are influential organizations across our region and we enjoy supporting their missions through corporate giving.
We truly believe investing in the next generation is crucial to the future of our industry.
We put our money where our mouth is by contributing to several scholarship programs in our region. We recognize that today’s students make tomorrow’s decision-makers and we are thrilled to support their endeavors to better themselves and better our communities.
The COSI grant enables an individual gift to help twice as many deserving students. For PPSC to receive their full COSI funds, they must match the grant amount given through new or increased scholarship contributions.
Nunn’s president, Tyson Nunn, actively participates in the scholarship committee at PPSC, generating ideas to receive matched donations and create specific programs for workforce development.
Being involved in associations like the AGC and NAWIC help us influence our industry in a way that is truly impactful. We are on the forefront of changes and contribute to ongoing improvement. Through associations like these, we have the opportunity to understand more about the needs of the clients we serve and the communities where they work. Being connected makes us better at building projects for thriving communities.