It has been said of our town, “If you’re lucky enough to live in Durango, you’re lucky enough”.  We at Durango Land and Homes truly believe that and because we’re so lucky, we feel it’s important to give back to the community that we’re so privileged to be a part of. Our spirit of community is spread in a couple different ways.

First, our brokers participate in the Durango Land and Homes Charitable Contributions Fund which we started as part of our “Integrity Gives” initiative.  With each closing commission earned, our brokers donate to the fund.  At our team meetings we review requests for donations and vote on recipients and amounts. Each year, we’re excited to see those donated dollars grow and each year, we challenge ourselves to keep that number on its northward trajectory!

Second, we volunteer our time.  Durango is a small community, but it’s one that gives from the heart.  Our town has numerous well-deserving 501(c)3 charitable organizations all of which need not only funds, but help in other ways as well.  We do that too.

integrity gives donations as of q3 2022

Chris and Christina Give Back:

Listen to Chris and Christina talk about the importance of supporting the community that has supported them

To date, we’ve given 75 organizations either our time, our financial assistance, or both.


Please take a moment to check them out below.

Is your favorite organization listed?

4 The Children
Adaptive Sports Association
Alzheimer’s Association – Colorado Chapter
American Cancer Society
American Rivers
Animas City Night Bazaar
Animas High School
Animas Museum
Annie’s Orphans
Arc of Southwest Colorado
Bank of the San Juans Charity Golf Tournament
Blue Star Mothers of Durango
Boys & Girls Club
Colorado Association of Realtors
Colorado Municipal League
Colorado Real Estate Network
Community Connections
Community Foundation of SW Colorado
Durango Adult Education Center
Durango Area Association of Realtors
DATO (Durango Area Tourism Office)
Durango Area Youth Hockey Association
Durango Arts Center
Durango Athletic Hall of Fame
Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
Durango BMX
Durango Chamber of Commerce
Durango City Council
Durango High Noon Rotary
Durango High School – Athletics & Activities
Durango High School DECA
Durango Independent Film Festival
Durango Nature Studies
Durango Parks and Recreation Board
Durango Pride
Durango Shop With a Cop
Durango Trails
Durango Youth La Crosse
Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
Four Corners Space Camp
Fundraisers for Local CitizensVarious GoFundMe accounts
Garden Project of Southwest Colorado
High Noon Rotary
Homes Fund Inc
Housing Solutions for the Southwest
The Hundred Club of Durango
I Am Music
In the Weeds
Kiwanis Club of Durango
KSUT Public Radio
La Plata Economic Development Alliance
La Plata Open Space Conservancy
La Plata Search & Rescue
Liberty School
Local First
Manna Soup Kitchen
Mayor of Durango
Mercy Regional Medical Center
Miller Middle School
The Moon Tree Foundation
Mountain Studies Institute
Music in the Mountains
New HorizonsNew Horizons Facebook
Nordic Ski Club
Park Elementary
PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization)
Powerhouse Science Center
Project Merry Christmas
PWN Durango (Professional Women’s Network)
Riverhouse Children’s Center
Riverview Elementary
Riverview PTO
Rocky Mountain Public Media
RPAC (Realtor Political Action Committee)
San Juan Citizens Alliance
San Juan Symphony
SASO (Sexual Assault Services Organization)
The Sierra Club
Southwest Community Foundation
Special Olympics
Women’s Resource Center

CHRISTINA RINDERLE and CHRIS BETTIN were honored to have been finalists for the 2018 “Ed Morlan” Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Chamber’s Durango Rocks program. Durango Land and Homes was also nominated by peers and fellow citizens in the “Spirit of Durango” category. Being recognized by our peers is high praise indeed and we were thrilled to be named alongside some very worthy competitors in these categories. Congrats to all nominees and winners!

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