Reiman Foundation salutes student success

Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation  raised their hand in celebration of student-athletes shining brightly both on and off the field.

Reiman Foundation sponsors Salute the Stars

The John Lynch Foundation along with the Reiman Foundation supported student-athletes at the 19th Annual Salute the Stars event.

On Friday, May 12, The John Lynch Foundation held its 19th Annual Salute the Stars awards luncheon at Sports Authority Field. Sponsored by the Reiman Foundation in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado, the event recognizes student-athletes, including those with special needs, from around the state who excel in academics and athletics, as well as make an impact in their communities.

New Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph was this year’s keynote speaker and told students how success begins with service. He said “success should be measured in your happiness, not the world’s views.’’

The event awarded over $118,000 in scholarships this year and hosted more than 1,000 students from Denver public schools and surrounding school districts.

Vance Joseph speaks to student about success

John Lynch speaks with new Broncos Head Coach Vance Joseph at the 19th Annual Salute the Stars event.

To date, the John Lynch Foundation has awarded $1.1 million in scholarships to over 169 student-athletes.

For Reiman Foundation Chairman and CEO Scott Reiman, Supporting Salute the Stars is a given. Through their partnership with several educational institutions and community organizations, Reiman and the Foundation are dedicated to helping provide children from all backgrounds every opportunity to succeed.

Scott Reiman invests a significant amount of his time in civic and business organizations throughout Denver, including the Denver Art MuseumACE ScholarshipsGraland Country Day SchoolRocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network and the Quarterly Forum. He is also a founding member and active supporter of the Denver Scholarship Foundation.

Olympian Missy Franklin inspires young athletes

Four-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin has experienced defeat. She has also experienced victory. But with each experience, she strives to be the best she can be and stresses to aspiring young athletes to do the same.

Franklin was this year’s featured speaker at the 18th Annual Salute the Stars luncheon on May 6, 2016 at Sports Authority Field. She described her path to the top of the Olympic podium and attributes her success to remaining true to herself and working hard.

Every year, the John Lynch Foundation celebrates student-athletes, including those with special needs for their achievements in the classroom, on the field and in the community.

To-date the program has awarded $825,000 in scholarships.

“We are proud to support these student-athletes,” said Reiman Foundation Chairman Scott Reiman. “They inspire us through their leadership and dedication.”

The Reiman Foundation proudly sponsors Salute the Stars and supports many programs that foster our next generation of leaders.

Salute the Stars goes for the Gold

John Lynch Foundation Salute the Stars event, sponsored by Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation

The 2016 Salute the Stars presented by the John Lynch Foundation.

The 18th Annual Salute the Stars celebration is going for the Gold – Olympic Gold.

Four-time Olympic Gold Medalist and Denver native Missy Franklin is the featured speaker at this year’s event on May 6 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sports Authority Field.

Presented by the John Lynch Foundation along with the Reiman Foundation and FourPoint Energy, the event recognizes student-athletes as well as some with special needs from around Colorado. Many of these students excel in academics, athletics and community involvement.

The event will also host over 1,000 students from Denver Public Schools and other school districts throughout the state to hear inspiring stories of young leaders in their communities.

Since its inception, the John Lynch Foundation has awarded over $825,000 in scholarships to 144 student-athletes including those with special needs.

To learn more about the event, visit the John Lynch Foundation.