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. 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 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.    

Our Mission

We raise funds to support each LPS student's unique path to success.

Our Core Values:

  • We are passionate and purposeful in delivering on our mission
  • We align with the strategic priorities of our educational partner, Littleton Public Schools
  • We actively promote the value of Littleton Public Schools
  • We energetically seek out generous hearts and minds to invest in our mission
  • We manage the Foundation with integrity and transparency, and with sound financial practices
  • We are accountable to our donors and appreciative of their generosity
  • We are strategic in our investments and measure success by the programs we fund and their impact on LPS students

LPSF has provided over $6 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.

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. 

President - Lauren Cheney, FirstBank
Vice President - Bob Golden, Water Design-Build Council
Treasurer - Jen Harrison, HUD
Secretary - Renee Spangler


Sarah Beezley, PTO President's Council
Mike Ceilley, Kroenke Sports and Entertainment
Angela Christiansen - LPS Board of Educationt
Brian Ewert, LPS Superintendent
Josh Halbrook, Comcast
Jennifer Henninger, City of Littleton
Tim Mitchell, Chatham Financial
Karen Myles , Community Liaison
Sean O'Shea - Binning Family Foundation
Stacey Riendeau, Principal, Heritage High School
Matthew Seebaum, Strider Education Foundation/All Kids BIke
Brandon Upah, Comcast
Kathy Wells, Kathy Wells Insurance Agency
Megan Wilson, Delta Dental of Colorado


Beth Best, Executive Director
Brenda Staab, Assistant to the Executive Director
Kelly James, Development and Communications Coordinator

Apply to Serve on Our Board

Considering serving the LPS community by joining the Littleton Public Schools Foundation Board of Directors?  Please check out our Board Job Description and Expectations and if it sounds like a fit for you, then mark your calendar for next January when our application opens. 

For questions, please call our office at 303.347.3478 or email LPSFInfo[at]LPS.K12.CO[dot]US

The Littleton Public Schools Foundation’s mission is to provide funding to support each Littleton Public Schools student’s unique path to success.  We deeply believe that each student deserves a quality education regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other type of identification.  

We stand strong for equity, diversity, and inclusion alongside our educational partner, Littleton Public Schools, and fully endorse their statement regarding the tremendous injustices, hate, and violence facing Black people. We do not tolerate racism or discrimination in any form and cannot sit silent as we continue to witness such systemic injustices. 

The Littleton Public Schools Foundation is committed to serving as responsible stewards of the funds we raise, and will continue to reinforce the values and core beliefs of Littleton Public Schools, which include preparing students for a global society and respecting and embracing the diversity of our community.

Change is inevitable while growth is a choice. The Littleton Public Schools Foundation chooses to acknowledge the widespread discrimination and challenges facing Black and other people of color in our country, and is dedicated to ongoing action to affect real change.  We stand ready to support Littleton Public Schools as they develop solutions for addressing these fundamental inequalities in our society.  

The Littleton Public Schools Foundation appreciates your continued support and looks forward to sharing future updates on our progress towards creating a more equitable society.