Awarded to graduating Seniors in Routt or Moffat County who demonstrate leadership in their community. This fund is held by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation. Donate Now
Awarded to a Moffat County High School graduate who demonstrates financial need, to supplement other educational funding sources, in the pursuit of higher education at a trade school.
Awarded to a graduating student athlete from Hayden High School who, like Chad Jones, exemplifies the characteristics of self improvement, a positive attitude, leadership, resilience and mental toughness.
Donate to Live Like Sancy To support causes that embody what it means to “Live Like Sancy” Sancy Jo Shaw brought her passion for life “beyond four walls” to everyone she met, wrapped in a package of love that made each one feel special. The Sancy Shaw Memorial Fund has been established...
Established in 1997 to provide scholarships to deserving athletes of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. This fund is held at the Yampa Valley Community Foundation. Donate Now
Established in 1995 to provide scholarships to Steamboat Springs High School graduating seniors in memory of Eric Small.. This scholarship is managed by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation. Donate Now
Established in 1990 to provide scholarships for international students wishing to attend Colorado Mountain College - Alpine Campus. Now extends to: first generation college students, DACA students, students born outside the U.S. or have parents born outside the U.S., international students, or students for whom English is not their primary language. This fund...
The mission of this fund is to provide scholarships to one male and one female student athlete from each high school in Routt and Moffat Counties. Recipients should reflect Doak's values of citizenship, leadership, sportsmanship and academic achievement. Donate Now
The mission of this fund is to provide financial aid for college or vocational tuition, books and fees to employees of Catamount Ranch & Club. Donate Now
Established in 2016, this fund was created in memory of Kenneth James Corriveau. The scholarship will be used to encourage advancement in the trades. Donate Now