The Aspen Education Foundation, celebrating its 21st anniversary this year, is a private nonprofit education foundation dedicated to supporting local public schools by raising funds from the community. For more information visit: aspenaef.org
Colorado Mountain College serves 12,000 square miles in north-central Colorado. This beautiful area includes international resorts, ranches, wilderness areas and former mining towns. Each year, over 20,000 students take classes at our 11 locations and online. For more information visit: coloradomtn.edu
The City of Aspen provides funding support to private 501(c)3 non-profit organizations. We recognize the significance of community-based organizations and/or groups, and the importance they play in providing various services in the communities they serve. The City’s primary focus of grant funding is within the City of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. The City looks for opportunities to fund non-profits that add value to the service area for quality of life in the community. For more information visit: aspenpitkin.com
Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building, golf course or pool. They are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up. Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans. For more information visit: elks.org
The mission of the Healthy Community Fund is to help Pitkin County citizens and employees be independent, healthy and safe. Pitkin County’s annual grant program works to support non-profit organizations that provide critical health and human services and community resources to people who live and/or work in Pitkin County. Our community benefits from the work of non-profit agencies that add vibrancy and texture to our quality of life in the Roaring Fork Valley. For more information visit: aspenpitkin.com
The Thrift Shop of Aspen sells donated goods at affordable prices, to engage in community building activities, to make grants to other non-profit organizations in the Roaring Fork Valley and to provide scholarships to Roaring Fork Valley area High School graduates. The Thrift Shop donates over 85% of the funds raised to scholarships and over 200 non-profit groups in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Thrift Shop contributes to the arts, education, the environment, community needs, and youth activities. For more information visit: aspenthriftshop.org
Set your company apart from the competition by becoming a Colorado Western Slope College Fair 2013 Sponsor. Take advantage of unique and high-profile sponsorship opportunities that offer you an increased level of exposure and will help differentiate you from other suppliers in the industry. A CWSCF sponsorship is the ideal way to deliver your message and market your products and services to students, parents, administrators, teachers, and community members in the rural Western Slope of Colorado. This area includes over 60 high schools in 27 counties across 47,175 square miles. The CWSCF is the best opportunity your company will have to reach this market. Set your company apart from the competition and secure your sponsorship.
Interested in sponsorship? Please contact the Colorado Western Slope College & Career Outreach Co-Directors, Dr. Kathleen Klug (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kelly Doherty (email@example.com) or by phone at 970.925.3760 x1178.