Aspen Community Foundation (ACF) is pleased to announce several new team members will join the nonprofit this spring. ACF welcomes a new Cradle to Career director, operations manager, program manager and program coordinator. Each of these talented new employees brings unique expertise that will move the Foundation forward in its mission of bringing people together to solve community problems.
On Wednesday, December 9, Aspen Community Foundation presented The Social Sector Response to COVID in the Aspen to Parachute Region. Co-hosted by 2020 Rescue Fund co-chairs Bob Hurst and Melony Lewis, the convening featured a panel discussion on what went right, what went wrong, and what we’ve learned during these nearly 10 months of helping […]
A group of local Aspenites have been working together, and with Aspen Community Foundation, on an approach to help those individuals, families, nonprofits, and small businesses severely impacted by the health and financial crisis. They have established the 2020 Rescue Fund as a charitable fund at Aspen Community Foundation.
The Aspen to Parachute Complete Count Committee is focused on ensuring that hard-to-count populations such as young children, seniors and Spanish-speakers, are included in the 2020 Census.
Aspen Community Foundation (ACF) is currently accepting scholarship applications from local students to support their postsecondary education for the 2019-2020 academic year.
$581,500 has been awarded to 38 nonprofits who serve communities from Aspen to Parachute through ACF’s Community Grantmaking program, which has been providing discretionary grants to nonprofit organizations for 39 years.
The Ultimate Ski Pass provides you, your family and friends with a fully transferable ski pass and unlimited access to Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass ski areas.
Imagine we’re designing a program to solve or alleviate a complex social problem. We might approach it with preconceived ideas or ready-made solutions about what we think should work.