All posts of Adam Zuehlke

ACF Youth Forum Inspires Attendees Into Action

Thanks to everyone who attended “Coming Together for Our Youth: A Forum to Challenge the Status Quo” on August 15 at the Hotel Jerome.  PolicyLink President Dr. Michael McAfee kicked off the event by asking the audience of philanthropic and nonprofit leaders to think differently about their work. He challenged us to decide: Do we […]
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Donate to ACF to Help Victims of Lake Christine Fire

Dear Community Supporters: The current fire in Basalt and El Jebel has devastated us with the speed and ferocity with which it has wreaked havoc across our neighborhoods and towns. Aspen Community Foundation, with its headquarters and several employees residing in Basalt, is heartbroken yet thankful that the destruction has not claimed any lives. As […]
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ACF Forum – Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 2 pm

The Board of Directors of Aspen Community Foundation Invite you to “Coming Together for Our Youth:  A Forum to Challenge the Status Quo” Wednesday, August 15, 2018 2:00 pm to 4:00 PM Hotel Jerome in Aspen Reception to follow Featured speaker: Dr. Michael McAfee President, Policy Link
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Join Us for Community Pedaleando on Sunday, June 10

Last summer, an event called the Community Pedaleando came to life: it is a celebration of summer and cycling for all ages. Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club (AVSC) offered these free learn-to-ride mountain bike clinics to promote their programs and to encourage riders from all over the Roaring Fork Valley to get outside and […]
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Town of Basalt/Eagle County Financial Aid Application Now Available

Child care financial aid is now available for working families with infants and children up to 5 years old in the Town of Basalt/Eagle County. The parent or legal guardian of any child age 5 or under attending licensed child care in the Basalt/El Jebel area is eligible to apply for Financial Aid. Families must […]
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GlenX Career Expo Inspires Regional High School Students

On Tuesday, March 6, more than 150 exhibitors shared their career experiences and passions with 1,600 high school juniors and seniors at Roaring Fork High School. GlenX Career Expo, now in its fourth year, presented an opportunity for students to explore career ideas and interests, learn about the job market and think about their futures. […]
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Preschool on Wheels Garners Great Press Coverage in Rifle and Glenwood Springs

This week Gus the Bus and The Sunshine Bus became media darlings, along with their wonderful teachers and students and a generous donor from Natural Soda.  Kirk Daehling,  general manager of Rifle-based Natural Soda Corporation stopped by the bus to see the value of his $10,000 donation to ACF’s Preschool on Wheels program.  We are […]
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Tamara Tormohlen Headlines Panel at State of the Sector Session in Denver

On Thursday, January 25, ACF’s Executive Director Tamara Tormohlen was a panelist in the 3rd Annual State of the Sector Meeting in Denver co-sponsored by the Community Resource Center and Colorado Association of Funders.  This event provided an opportunity for nonprofit leaders, foundation staff, elected officials and stakeholders to reflect on the current state of Colorado’s nonprofit […]
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Maximize Your Gift to the Early Childhood Fund

As you make your year-end contributions to ACF, remember to take advantage of the Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit. For those filing their taxes in Colorado, your gift to the Early Childhood Fund is eligible for a 50% Child Care Contribution Tax Credit, in addition to the standard charitable contribution deductions allowed for both […]
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Aspen Community Foundation Benefits from the New Aspen Monopoly

This month, Aspen will be put on the map—literally. Already known for its brand-name cachet, Aspen becomes legendary in the game world with the release of an official new game Aspen Monopoly. The traditional, beloved board game has been “localized” to include well-known sites such as Clark’s Market, the Aspen Art Museum, Maroon Bells, Pitkin County […]
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