The Arvada Vitality Alliance (AVA) mission is to raise funds primarily from private sources to use for the betterment of Arvada. AVA funds charitable and cultural organizations in Arvada and makes improvements to various public properties. Its goal is to acquire underutilized properties to sell to organizations who will develop them to enhance the beauty and economic vitality of the city.
The purpose of the Arvada Vitality Alliance (AVA) is:
to raise funds and use them for the betterment of Arvada, including providing funds for charitable, educational, governmental, and cultural organizations in Arvada.
to strengthen Arvada charitable organizations by providing seed money and grants for fundraising ventures.
to focus on Arvada’s aesthetics through public art acquisition, placement, and maintenance.
to promote entrepreneurship through a grant-making program.
to make improvements to public properties through cooperative efforts with the City of Arvada.
to acquire underutilized properties to sell to organizations that will develop them to enhance the beauty and economic vitality of Arvada.
Board of Directors
Arvada Vitality Alliance is supported by a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors. Click Here to learn more about these Arvada citizens working to improve the place we love to live!
AVA is fostering many Arvada community partnerships with Non-Profit Organizations who are actively improving our community. See selected groups we are currently working to support Here.
“This is such a vibrant time to live in Arvada. With the Gold Line coming in, Old Town Arvada thriving, and more and more people discovering our hidden jewel, I want to have a hand in shaping our city’s future.”
Bob Dyer, Arvada City Councilmember
Arvada Resident since 1959
“I want my one year old son to have a special place to think of as home. I grew up in a small town with a beautiful statue and a fountain where we loved to sit. I want my son to appreciate and experience art in public places like I did. I see community service and involvement as a privilege.”