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IMPACT100 Nonprofit Presentation Event – 6-8pm, Steamboat Art Museum
Posted by Jenny Campbell
On March 29, 2022
At this event, you will hear from the three nonprofit finalists to be considered for IMPACT100 funding. You will also enjoy a catered dinner from Steve Carlson and Big Air Catering, drinks and time to mingle with others who are interested in having an impact and giving back. Bring your friends and join us for this fun, informative and engaging evening, while also doing something good for your local community.
Feel free to share and invite your friends, neighbors and coworkers. Everyone who has an interest in getting more involved and giving back to our community is welcome!
First Impressions serves as the hub for all early childhood resources. In strengthening and streamlining all early childhood services, families with young children are connected to the resources they need to ensure all children are valued, healthy, and thriving.
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Open Heart Advocates was founded in 1978 and is the sole provider of victims’ advocacy and victims’ services in Moffat County. All services are confidential and there is no charge for Open Heart Advocates services and support.
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