Colorado Fencing Academy

Benefactors

The Colorado Fencing Academy is a not-for-profit membership organization. For that reason, the Club depends not only on the financial contributions, but also on the volunteer efforts and time commitment of its members. The Club encourages its members to get involved, volunteer as much or as little time as is right for each member, and contribute in one or more of the various committees and tasks that the Club offers from time to time. Member contributions translate into high quality fencing opportunities and the Club’s ability to retain our Coach.

In addition, the Club offers numerous sponsorship and related advertising opportunities to businesses wishing to contribute to their community. As a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, all donations to CFA are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. CFA values all its sponsors.

Please contact Sherol Pestotnik at 303-918-7406 or at sabrequeen1@aol.com to discuss your sponsorship, advertising, or charitable donation needs.”

 

Cash and Material Donations
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Sharol Pestotnik & Ferengi Enterprises
Building Space & Cash Donations
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Absolute Fencing Equipment

Cash Donation

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Sanfort Barton

Cash Donation

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Tim and Sonya Yungeberg

Cash Donation

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CoBANK & Floy Jeffares
Cash Donation
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Doug & Erik Flinn
Cash Donation
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Allen & Wendy Abshire
Exercise Equipment & Furniture
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Intel Corporation
Computer Equipment
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