The Bonfils Circle is located in front of Building 500 and recognizes Fred G. Bonfils for his gift of land to establish the previous medical campus at 9th and Colorado Boulevard. The plaque, now located on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, was moved from the old campus and recognizes Fred G. Bonfils and the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation for advancing education in science and medicine.
Virtual Benefactor Recognition Tour
The Boettcher Commons is a multi-use grassy area located south of the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities. The area was named in honor of a generous gift from the Boettcher Foundation to build the Fulginiti Pavilion. The Boettcher Commons plays host to various activities throughout the year including events, matriculation, graduation, study and relaxation time and much more.
With gifts from Marvin and Barbara Davis, the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes opened in 1980 with the mission of providing care for children with diabetes. Today, it is a premier international diabetes center, pioneering research and providing care for thousands with the disease. Tireless advocates for advancing diabetes care, the Davis family created the Children’s’ Diabetes Foundation in 1977 to raise funds for the center, and have played an integral role in raising awareness about diabetes around the world. Many benefactors who have given to the Barbara Davis Center and The Children’s Diabetes Foundation are listed throughout the building.
The Anschutz Health and Wellness Center is named in recognition of a generous investment from The Anschutz Foundation. This state-of-the-art health and wellness center is home to fitness, nutrition, sports performance, traumatic brain injury and wellness services as well as innovative research initiatives to optimize health and wellness. Faculty and staff at the center work tirelessly to make the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center the country’s go-to source for health and wellness expertise. Various benefactors who have supported the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center are displayed inside.
In 2017, The Marcus Foundation provided funding to create an institute that serves as a national hub clinical care and research for veterans and military personnel.