Vice President of Philanthropic Services
Patrick Sablich joined the Rose Community Foundation in October of 2018 as the organization’s vice president of philanthropic services, a position that leads and champions the Foundation’s donor services, asset development and fundraising efforts.
Mr. Sablich previously served as deputy director of Invest in Kids, a longtime grantee and partner of Rose Community Foundation. Mr. Sablich joined Invest in Kids in 2011 as development director, expanding his role to director of community relations and grants management in 2014 before his promotion to deputy director in 2016. Prior to joining Invest in Kids, Mr. Sablich held extended contract roles as executive director of the Colorado Public Health Association and Wish of a Lifetime. He began his career in philanthropy, with a two-year Fellowship in Leadership and Service through the U.S. Golf Association where he served as a program officer for the Association’s $5 million annual grants initiative.
Mr. Sablich holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in public affairs and minors in business administration and entrepreneurial business from the University of Dayton. He is a 2017 alumni of Leadership Denver, currently serves on the board of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, and has held past volunteer leadership roles with SAFE (Sexual Abuse Forever Ending), Colorado Implementation Collaborative, Denver Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and Regional Institute of Health & Environmental Leadership (RIHEL).