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Ben Sherman with Youth In Nature Students

Q&A With Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteer’s Ben Sherman

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers (RFOV) leads Aspen Community Foundation’s Youth In Nature program. Youth In Nature is a year-long outdoor education program for high school students in the Aspen to Parachute region. This paid internship opportunity connects students from across the region with new people, places, and outdoor professionals. We sat down with Ben Sherman, […]
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Jay Sandrich, supporter of ACF and Emmy-Winning Director, dies at 89.

If you’ve ever watched “The Cosby Show”, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” or even “The Golden Girls” then your life was in some way impacted by Jay Sandrich. As an Emmy-winning TV director he can be credited as a large part of the creative community that brought us so much entertainment. Outside of the entertainment […]
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Cradle to Career data spurs new thinking

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.
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Giving Network: Raising the bar on generosity

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.
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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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