Sotheby’s community fund awards grants
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Community Fund recently completed its fall 2020 grant cycle, awarding $15,000 to Routt County nonprofit organizations.
Since its inception in 2017, the fund has contributed more than $75,000 to 57 different organizations and programs. This cycle represented the largest amount of donations the fund has been able to provide since it began.
“In its three-year history, the Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Community Fund has made a tangible difference in the well-being of Routt County residents,” said Yampa Valley Community Foundation Executive Director Tim Wohlgenant in a news release. “We are honored to partner with Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty in helping direct these funds where they are most needed.”
Fall 2020 grant funding was awarded to:
• Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide
• Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA, supervised visitation services
• Partners in Routt County, community-based mentoring program
• Yampa Valley Autism Program, teen social skill group sessions and sibling support group sessions
• Integrated Community, learning box program
• Totally Kids, Inc., extended hours program
• Young Tracks, tuition assistance program
• Come As You Are, Franklin Covey workshop
• Northwest Colorado Aid, Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project
• Northwest Colorado Center for Independence, Youth Leadership Forum
• Routt County Search & Rescue, new rescue vehicle funding
• Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, adaptive PE program
• Routt County Council on Aging, group meal delivery program
For more information about the fund, call 970-879-8100 or steamboatsir.com/eng.
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