Community Involvement

Douglas Country School District

The Foxstone team supports our local schools and believes a healthy education system is an important part of a thriving community and economy. In addition to giving to our local school fundraisers whenever possible, our founder Chris Ravsten is an active member on the Fiscal Oversight Committee for the Douglas County School District. LEARN MORE>


In Colorado, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers help ensure every child who has experienced abuse and neglect has a caring, consistent adult to advocate for his or her wellbeing. In addition to supporting this worthy organization financially, Chris" wife and Christian"s mother Melinda worked as a CASA advocate for many years. LEARN MORE>

Wounded Warrior Project

We support our military veterans and appreciate their service for our country so we"re proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project. This great organization helps wounded veterans transition back to civilian life by providing much-needed programing and services, education and a supportive community so they"re able to take on their next mission in life. LEARN MORE>

Boys Hope Girls Hope Colorado

This national organization focuses on cultivating youth empowerment through the foundation of education and support. Their innovative programs focus on academic excellence, community engagement and faith based-values so children have the power to overcome adversity, realize their potential, and help transform our world. It"s a mission the Foxstone team can get behind and we happily support this organization. LEARN MORE>

RezDawgs Rescue

We love our animals and love what this great organization does for our community. RezDawg Rescue operates in Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico to provide safe and comfortable transport of unwanted animals to rescues, shelters and fosters homes where they will have a chance at a “Forever Home".  This is an incredible organization that helps a population that can"t advocate for themselves. LEARN MORE>

Douglas Land Conservancy

This worthwhile organization helps protect our open spaces by working with land owners, local governments, other conservation organizations and citizens to evaluate conservation easements. Since its founding 1987, DLC has helped to permanently preserve over 22,500 acres of open space in Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson counties. We support everything they do to protect our community and our environment. LEARN MORE>