Heroes, Homes and History.

The Lowry Foundation was established in 1998 as a nonprofit organization with a mission of enhancing the quality of life and public spaces within Lowry. The Foundation provides a vital level of support to the vision of Lowry’s past, present and future as a community of pride and livability.
Heroes: Creation and support of ongoing programs that share the passion of military veterans, the contributions of our residents and the involvement of businesses.
Homes: Support the beautification of the neighborhood through the ownership and maintenance of public art, the Reading Garden, transit art (bus stops) and other neighborhood amenities. The Foundation also plays a key role in the creation and support of community events.
History: Preserves and promotes Lowry’s unique history through the ownership and maintenance of the historic Eisenhower Chapel and programs on the military history of Lowry Air Force Base.

Lowry Business Alliance is Growing!

The Lowry Business Alliance is Lowry’s Chamber of Commerce.  The Alliance officially turned one year old in June and continues to add members all the time.  The Alliance is open to all businesses within Lowry and to residents who have their businesses or professional offices outside.  The mission of the Alliance is to create opportunities […]

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Eisenhower Memorial Chapel

Deeply steeped in history, the Eisenhower Memorial Chapel No. 1 was the first chapel to be built on the Lowry Air Force Base and was dedicated just fourteen days before the bombing of Pearl Harbor. This non-denominational gathering place was originally one of four chapels that were built for enlistees to have a place of […]

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Food for Kids Backpack Program

The Lowry Foundation’s Board of Directors are pleased to announce that in 2015, our Community Grants program is supporting the “Food for Kids Backpack Program” at Lowry Elementary School (LES). The Food for Kids Backpack Program at Lowry Elementary School began when they realized that there were many children going without meals on weekends and […]

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