Peter Ewers believes that it is incumbent upon those who are capable to use their gifts and abilities to help others. At Ewers Architecture we enjoy using our design abilities and professional expertise to reach out to people in need of an architect that may not be able to afford one – whether that is next door or thousands of miles away.
Our pro bono work reflects our view of what is important – people in need, children who deserve hope for their own future, non-profit enterprises that help those in need, and saving historic buildings for our future generations. We also take special care to ensure that each of these projects, no matter the location or the size, will benefit from quality, sustainable design principles. We have been blessed through each of these projects in ways that money cannot buy and no earthly remuneration can compare.
Recipients of Ewers Architecture pro bono work include:
- Engineering Ministries International
- Fabretto Ministries, Nicaragua
- Arbol de Vida (Tree of Life) orphanage, Juarez Mexico
- Rancho Los Amigos orphanage, Juarez Mexico
- Philip & Kaye Ricciardi, Golden Colorado
- Golden History Center, Golden Colorado
- Astor House Museum, Golden Colorado
- Faith Lutheran Church, Golden Colorado
- College Hill Community Church, Dayton Ohio
- First United Methodist Church, Golden Colorado
- Habitat for Humanity
- Renewable Energy Demonstration Center, Golden Colorado
- Soaring Wings homeless shelter, Wellington Colorado
- Golden Community Commons (the Armory), Golden CO
"Peter, you were always one hundred percent professional throughout this entire project, and even though you were donating all of your time, talent, expertise and supplies, you treated our project as if we were paying clients. You single handedly recognized our situation and condition and purposed early on in the process to make our dream become reality."