Old Town Hot Springs

Your generous donation will fund needed capital upgrades for our historic downtown Steamboat facility so that we can better serve our members, guests and community for years to come.

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Capital Campaign - It's In The Water

Class

Public, Society Benefit 

Beneficiaries

Adolescents/Youth (13-19 years)
Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Children (4-12 years)
Families
General population

Description

To continue providing quality facilities and expanded services and programming at our historic facility, significant capital upgrades are necessary. Our capital campaign's goal is $10 million, which will fund improvements in 2 phases. Phase 1 will add a 15,000 square foot addition to our current building, allowing us to provide:

A conference room for community gatherings.
Routt County's only indoor walking track.
Expanded fitness areas for youth and senior specific programming.
Climbing wall.

Phase 2 will focus on renovating the lap pool, adding lanes and a diving area; improving lesson and children's areas; expanding water programming for all ages.

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Evidence of Program's Success

We are currently half way through our five year capital campaign and are at 74% of our fundraising goal.

Old Town Hot Springs Scholarship Program

Class

Recreation & Sports 

Beneficiaries

Adults
Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens
Families
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged/Indigent
General population

Description

Old Town Hot Springs (OTHS) currently has systems in place with Routt County Department of Human Services (DHS), member organizations of Routt County Youth Services Coalition like Integrated Community, and other area nonprofits and agencies. We continue to work with these organizations to improve our outreach, referral system, and scholarship program.

OTHS provides families and individuals with pool passes/daily admissions, membership scholarships, as well as swim lessons. We want to ensure that every individual or family, regardless of ability to pay, can have access to our health promoting facility, services, and programs.

We need your help to build our scholarship funds so we can meet the needs of our growing and changing community. You can help us provide access to the health-promoting services and amenities at Old Town Hot Springs to those who need it most. Donation will help us improve the health of the Yampa Valley.

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Evidence of Program's Success

Through affordable lesson prices, convenient lesson times, multiple choices of lessons, community partnerships, and swim lesson scholarships, we can continue to increase swim lesson numbers each year, working toward our long term goal of ensuring that 100% of Routt County knows how to swim.

Our Operations Director will keep track scholarship dollars, as well as keeping records of scholarships given and redeemed (with the help of our Front Desk Manager). DHS will survey scholarship recipients to measure impact on health, wellness, and other indicators of success, and forward that to OTHS on a monthly basis.

Testimonials:

"The membership to the Hot Springs has been such a huge blessing. It has allowed me to lose over 50 pounds and has helped me address my chronic back pain and avoid surgery. My family has benefited as well with my two young boys learning to swim and not be fearful of the water, and it allows us an opportunity for family fun with no added expense to our already tight budget."
- Melinda, a scholarship recipient through DHS

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