About Us

Littleton Public Schools Foundation is the fundraising partner for Littleton Public Schools.  Providing a quality education for every child is at the forefront of our purpose and we are committed to generating financial resources and building community partnerships that enhance student and staff success in all of our neighborhood schools. We have been in existence since 1991 and we are a registered standalone 501©3 organization in sound financial condition with its sole purpose to raise funds in support of educational programs for all schools within Littleton Public Schools.    

Board of Directors and Staff

Consisting of business and community leaders, parents, alumni and district representatives the Board of Directors for the Littleton Public Schools Foundation is committed to providing financial resources needed to ensure that every child receives an excellent education. 

Mary McGlone - President  
Doug Applegate - Vice President, Edward Jones
Bob Colwell - Treasurer, Colwell and Company
Wes Schrader - Secretary
Carla Hamre Donelson – Immediate Past President 

Bryan Breuer, Principal, Goddard Middle School
Crysti Copp, PPC President
Becca Damiano, Coldwell Banker Devonshire
Brian Ewert, LPS Superintendent
Derek Handley, Kostoff & Co., NOVA Home Loans
Kim Harja, Charles Schwab
Linda Hasting, Community Liaison
Holly Malcolm, Metro Brokers
Kelli Narde, City of Littleton
Lara Reinhard, Janus Capital Group
Nancy Seavall, Community Representative
Brett Spenst, Littleton Adventist Hospital
Carrie Warren-Gully, Board of Education
Lauren Wiss, FirstBank


Beth Best, Executive Director
Brenda Staab, Administrative Assistant

Our Mission

The Littleton Public Schools Foundation raises funds to support and enhance the LPS tradition of excellence in educating students throughout our community.

Our Core Values:

  • Partner with the district to support student needs
  • Invest in student achievement, strategic innovation, and the future success of all LPS students
  • Promote the value of Littleton Public Schools throughout our community
  • Actively seek and develop broad-based funding sources
  • Manage the LPS Foundation with integrity, transparency, and sound financial practices

LPSF has provided over $5 million in funding to Littleton Public Schools and has made an impact in every school and all educational subjects, including the areas of the arts, STEM and physical education. The LPS Foundation is focused on connecting industry to education and building long-standing partnerships that will benefit all students and inspire future generations.