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Nonprofit Endowment Capacity Building Cohort Graduates Ten Nonprofits

Nonprofit Endowment Capacity Building Cohort Graduates Ten Nonprofits On June 15th, 2021 - ten local nonprofits completed the first YVCF Endowment Capacity Building Cohort. The Community Foundation celebrated the hard work these nonprofits put into their future with a picnic lunch at Howelsen Hill. The goal of the program is these organizations create...

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$20K Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund Matching Challenge Met!

The 20K Matching Challenge sponsored by The Steamboat Group has successfully raised a total of $42,730 to support the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund! The fund currently has a balance of $859,517.72. Funds raised with the help of this matching challenge bring the TMEF fundraising campaign closer to its ultimate goal of $1 million...

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Town of Hayden Creates Community Fund

The Yampa Valley Community Foundation announces the creation of the Town of Hayden Community Fund. Looking for a way to strengthen and build your local community during challenging times? This new fund aims to support specific projects in the Town of Hayden, as identified by the Town Council that work for the betterment...

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The Yampa Valley Community Foundation awards over $280,000 to local nonprofits

The Yampa Valley Community Foundation awards over $280,000 to local nonprofits The Yampa Valley Community Foundation (YVCF) announces the recipients of over $280,000 in community grants to support Arts & Culture, Health and Human Services, Education, Recreation, and Environmental causes in Routt and Moffat Counties. “Thanks to the generosity of many people across…

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The Yampa Valley Community Foundation Awards $137,850 in Scholarships to Graduating Seniors in the Yampa Valley

Graduating seniors in the Class of 2021 from across the Yampa Valley will be heading off this year to college, university or trade school with generous support from donors to the Yampa Valley Community Foundation (YVCF).  Scholarship awards totaling $137,850 are being granted to 55 students from Steamboat Springs High School (36), Soroco...

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Happy Birthday, Don!

Happy Birthday, Don Lufkin! Don’s legacy to give back to the Yampa Valley lives on annually on May 10th, Don’s birthday.  Every year, the Yampa Valley Community Foundation honors his legacy by awarding grants to local organizations that Don had chosen. His favorite causes were those benefiting youth, seniors and promoting the health…

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$25K Matching Challenge to Bolster Education in South Routt

OAK CREEK, CO, MAY 1, 2021 – Long-time South Routt locals Russell and Clay Garrity aim to motivate commitment to education in South Routt County with their recent pledge of up to $25,000 in dollar-for-dollar matching funds to support the South Routt Education Endowment (SREE) Fund.  With their contribution, the Garrity family seeks…

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IMPACT100 Closes Out Season 15 with $11,500 in Grants Awarded

At IMPACT 100's closing event of Season 15 in April 2021, members voted to award $11,500 to four deserving nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 2006, YVCF's IMPACT100 program has granted $178,550 to 50 local nonprofits. The concept of IMPACT100 is simple: 100 people donate $100 each, creating a pool of $10,000 that...

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Community Utility Support Program

Community Utility Support Program (CUSP) Announcing a new endowed fund, sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Board of REALTORS®, providing ongoing support to local nonprofits that provide utility assistance for our community.   Donate Now This program idea stemmed from one REALTOR’s experience helping a friend “keep the lights and heat on” during the pandemic....

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Matching Challenge for the Hayden Center

Matching Challenge for the Hayden Center The Yampa Valley Community Foundation is pleased to announce that a generous donor has agreed to match up to $2,500 in donations made to the Hayden Center campaign through March.  The Town of Hayden has been diligently working on the redevelopment of the old Hayden High School...

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