The community response to the Lake Christine Fire was remarkable and Aspen Community Foundation was honored to steward contributions from 300 donors to support the immediate relief and recovery efforts along with ongoing efforts to lessen the impact of future wildfires.
Aspen Community Foundation is pleased to announce that 45 high school graduates and 55 continuing college students from Aspen to Parachute have received a total of $233,500 in scholarships this year.
Since the creation of the Action Plan for Youth Success in 2014, Cradle to Career has focused on addressing quality, access, capacity, best practices and program design, all intended to impact the initiative’s goals and indicators.
Carefully researched giving is exactly what happens in the Aspen Community Foundation’s Cradle to Career Giving Network, which has become an integral part of our effort to build a region of thriving and successful children and families.
Throughout its more than 15-year focus on early childhood education, Aspen Community Foundation has evolved its approach to meet the changing landscape of the sector.
Aspen Community Foundation (ACF) is currently accepting scholarship applications from local students to support their postsecondary education for the 2019-2020 academic year.
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.