2018 YVCF community grant cycle to support Yampa Valley
The Yampa Valley Community Foundation community grant cycle opened Monday. YVCF, in partnership with the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., donor-advised fund holders and other granting endowments, supports programs and services benefiting the Yampa Valley through this grant program.
Grants may be awarded for innovative programs demonstrating community benefits in five focus areas: arts and culture, education, health and human services, environment and recreation. All grant requests for general operating support must be approved by YVCF staff before submitting an application. Applications are due July 13.
Visit yvcf.org/non-profits/apply-for-a-grant for more information.
Walk, bike, bus or carpool for YVSC’s Commuter Challenge
As part of the organization’s 2018 Climate Action campaign, Yampa Valley Sustainability Council is bringing back the Commuter Challenge to inspire the Steamboat Springs community to walk, bike, bus or carpool from Sunday, May 27 to June 27. The Commuter Challenge is a friendly competition that encourages people to leave the car at home and use alternative transportation to reduce carbon footprints.
Families, adult teams and solo riders that sign up for the challenge log their car-free miles and/or trips and compete to win prizes. For more information or to sign up, visit yvsc.org.
Hayden library honor veterans with soup dinner, presentation
Hayden Public Library will host a soup dinner and presentation at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 23 to honor veterans. All ages are welcome. For more information, call 970-276-3777.
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