“The sole meaning of life is to serve humanity.”
At CHARITYSMITH, we see a bright year ahead!
CHARITYSMITH continued to welcome new clients and upgrade services while weathering COVID 19 and implementing remote work protocols.
CHARITYSMITH team introduces a streamlined, online grant process improving customer service and security. CHARITYSMITH experiences a record breaking year for new memorial funds – thank you to all!
CHARITYSMITH thanks Executive Director Stacey Spain for her service to the organization and wishes her well on her move while welcoming new Executive Director Rachel Rohlen
CHARITYSMITH’s Staff and Board finalize and implement a TRUST platform for funds with more than 10K to invest a part of their corpus, following best standards in fiduciary managment.
CHARITYSMITH thanks Executive Director Ashley Galleher for her service to the organization and wishes her well on her move while welcoming new Executive Director Stacey Spain.
CHARITYSMITH’s founder Brooks Rohlen, MD retires after 20 years as president of the Board of Directors. Rachel Ward Rohlen advances from Executive Director to President and Ashley Galleher is promoted to Executive Director.
CHARITYSMITH changes its tagline to “good lives, well remembered”, reflecting its expanding mission and purpose as a foundation.
CHARITYSMITH introduces its tagline, “What will we build together?”, reflecting a desire to assist others as they honor the memory of loved ones.
Douglas F. Smith Memorial Foundation applies for and receives official recognition as a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation in the state of Utah.
Gardner Family Memorial Scholarship is created with an endowment from Freddy Rohlen. The inspiration is to assist graduate students with the financial challenges of applying to medical school.
The first ever Green Tie Dinner is held at Mama’s Cafe. Dinner consists of cold sandwiches. Nearly 40 people attend and our longest standing tradition is born.