Some nonprofits in our community
  • Valley Settlement
    Valley Settlement works with Spanish-speaking immigrant families in the Roaring Fork Valley to promote early childhood development, advance opportunity, and reduce barriers to accessing vital community resources. Help us build a more equitable valley!
  • Glenwood Springs Historical Society, Inc.
    The Glenwood Springs Historical Society and Frontier Museum celebrates the colorful history that our area has to offer. We offer walking tours of town, and host an annual 'Ghost Walk' that brings to life the stories of various early settlers of the area. We provide outreach to area school children, and provide research assistance to all our community members. We greatly appreciate any amount of support that you can offer. Thanks, and please stop in sometime, take a tour, and say hi !
  • Literacy Outreach
    Literacy Outreach believes that the ability to read is an essential element of an enriching and fulfilling life. Our high quality, community-based literacy programs empower adults to reach their full potential as individuals, employees, parents, and citizens.
  • Response: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
    RESPONSE serves Pitkin and Western Eagle County. The only local agency providing: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, legal and medical advocacy, assistance with protection orders and victim's comp., referrals for immigration assistance, education about domestic violence and sexual assault

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    • Thank you, Colorado! Your donations on Colorado Gives Day 2019 resulted in $39.6 million for local nonprofits in just 24 hours. Learn more.