As of 2020, the Crested Butte Rotary Club has returned to an annual cycle for issuing community grants to local 501c3 non-profit organizations. 2021 funding requests are now open.
The Crested Butte/Mt Crested Butte Rotary Club provides Community Grants to very deserving nonprofit organizations as well as the public schools on an annual basis.
The funding for the Grants is generated from Rotary’s Great Rubber Duckie Race proceeds. The Club’s areas of focus for funding are Education Programs, Health & Human Service Programs, Youth Programs and Arts & Culture. The Club focuses on benefitting youth in each of these funding categories. The Community Grants Committee will review all Grant applications and submit recommendations to the Rotary Club Board of Directors for their review and consideration. Please review the following important links and information below, if you are interested in applying for a Community Grant.
NEXT GRANT CYCLE: SPRING 2021
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2018-2020 grant recipients include:
|CB Arts Festival||Gunnison Valley Health Fndtn|
|CB Mountain Theatre||Gunnison Valley Mentors|
|CB Museum||Imagination Library|
|CB Music Festival||KBUT|
|CB Nordic||Living Journeys|
|CB Search & Rescue||Mountain Roots|
|CB Snowsports Foundation||Mt. Kids Film|
|CB Wildflower Fest||Paradise Place Preschool|
|CBCS PTSA Afterprom||Project Hope|
|Celebrate The Beat||Safe Harbor Ranch|
|Coldharbour Institute||Scout Troop 476|
|Community Foundation Gunnison||Six Points|
|gO Initiative||Sustainable CB|
|Gunnison Confidential Advoc||Tough Enough to Wear Pink|
|Gunnison Food Pantry||Trailhead Museum|
|Gunnison Library||West Elk Soccer|
|GV Health Coalition|
Nondiscrimination Policy: Organizations are considered only if they do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status or any other basis prohibited by law in any of its activities or operations.