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Colorado 2020 NPO Partners

 

Outside of our love of music and great tasting beer is our love of community. We are proud to share that this year, we donated over $10,000 to our local and national non-profit partners, and that’s largely thanks to YOU, the fans. So thank you!

This year’s partner organizations in Steamboat Springs, CO included Emmy’s Friends, Partners in Routt County, Sweet Relief Musicians Fund and All Hands and Hearts. 

With the purchase of every WinterWonderGrass ticket, we give you, the fans, an opportunity to allocate $1 per ticket sold to a partner NPO of your choice. Additionally, NPO donation revenue is sourced from our bar sales, so truly, it couldn’t be done without each and every one you.

Local non-profit partner affiliations in each of our home communities is an important part of what makes WinterWonderGrass so special. From the very beginning, it was always imperative to us that this festival gives back to the communities we are lucky enough to call home, and over the years, those partnerships have continued to grow.

Learn More About Our CO 2020 NPO Partners:

Emmy’s Friends is a foundation close to our hearts. It was designed to help young patients facing life-threatening illnesses and their families to receive better access to resources that aid in healthy living, and can thus speed recovery from those illnesses.

Partners in Routt County has been around in the Steamboat community since 1996. They’re committed to building resilient youth by creating and supporting meaningful mentorship relationships in both a community-based and school based setting.

In honor of our late friend, Jeff Austin, through this community we have also been able to contribute to the Jeff Austin Family Fund in partnership with Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. The organization strives to provide financial assistance to all types of career musicians and industry workers who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems. 

All Hands and Hearts provides natural disaster relief to vulnerable communities globally, helping those affected recover by building safe, resilient schools, homes and other community infrastructure with the support of a large volunteer network.