The Colorado Academy of Family Physicians Foundation (CAFPF) seeks to inspire and engage the next generation of Colorado Family Physicians.
Medical students and family medicine residents attend the CAFP’s Annual Summit at deeply discounted rates, and scholarships cover full costs for selected student and resident attendees.
Attending the Summit gives students and residents the opportunity to attend a special educational track, visit with family physicians from across the state, and see what practicing family medicine in Colorado is all about.
Your donation to the CAFPF makes this all possible. Consider donating today to support the next generation of exceptional family physicians in Colorado.
Donate by Mail
To donate by mail please make checks payable to: CAFP Foundation.
Please note on your check: “Donation for CAFPF”
Please mail you checks to:
Colorado Academy of Family Physicians Foundation
2224 S. Fraser St.
Aurora, CO 80014
Donate by Phone
To make a donation by phone please call 303-696-6655 x 116 for Lynlee. We will process your credit card donation over the phone.
Making a legacy donation to the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians Foundation helps us carry out our mission for years to come. When you support our work, you are supporting the next generation of family physicians in Colorado.
You have many options for legacy giving. The brochure attached here will walk you through your opportunities and the process and benefits of each.
Have questions about legacy giving? Reach out to Raquel Alexander at email@example.com or 303-696-6655 x 110.
Public Health Work
The Stop & Imagine program was developed as an evolution of the Tar Wars program. Recognizing a need to address both marijuana and tobacco in Colorado, members of the CAFP worked to develop a curriculum that would deliver fact-based and engaging information to 4th and 5th grade students. More information about the program, including information for schools and presenters, can be found here.
Tar Wars is a tobacco cessation program that was co-founded by Colorado family physician Jeff Cain, MD. The program is now housed at the national level within the American Academy of Family Physicians. More information about the program, including information for schools and presenters, can be found here.
The Fit Family Challenge program is designed to integrate healthy living activities and lessons into family physician offices. This innovative, evidence-based program has been piloted in family medicine practices across Colorado. Learn more about the program here.
Board of Trustees
Cissy Kraft, MD, President
Kent Voorhees, MD, Vice President
Raquel Alexander, Secretary
John Cawley, MD, Treasurer
Brian Bacak, MD, Trustee
Rick Budensiek, DO, Trustee
Michelle Jimerson, MD, Trustee
Glenn Madrid, MD, for Trustee
Monica Morris, DO, Trustee
Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts, MD, Trustee
Cleveland Piggott, MD, Nominee for Trustee