Some nonprofits in our community
  • Adaptive Sports Association
    ASA is a nonprofit organization that utilizes the power of outdoor recreation to change the lives of individuals with disabilities. We rely heavily on our incredible community of volunteers, participants, and donors to make our programming possible. We hope that you'll decide to join us!
  • Humane Society of Pagosa Springs, Inc.
    The only animal shelter serving homeless dogs and cats in Archuleta County. We reunite lost pets with their families, promote adoptions, subsidize community spay/neuter and aid feral cat TNR.
  • Western Leaders Network
    We are a network for local and tribal officials to connect; exchange ideas; stay informed of western economic and conservation issues; and collaboratively make an impact at the local, state and national level on issues that affect our air, water, public health and public lands.
  • Chimney Rock Interpretive Association
    CRIA is important because it preserves history & culture and without protection and preservation it is lost forever. When you donate to CRIA you are supporting an organization that is devoted to educating, preserving, protecting a culturally significant piece of history in southwest Colorado.

Empower Your Passions

As a community facilitator, the Community Foundation works to increase efficiency, sustainability, and success for nonprofits and maximize effective grant making for philanthropists to make Southwest Colorado a better place to live. We can expand the culture of giving to meet the needs of our community together.

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News and Announcements

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