In 2021, SSRC’s Charitable Fund awarded $169,520 to Routt and Moffat County organizations in the areas of Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health & Human Services and Recreation.
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Entries by Kelsie Bryant
This winter, SSRC is working with the United States Forest Service to eliminate handfeeding of Canada Jays, or otherwise known as Gray Jays or Camp Robbers on the mountain, especially in the Morningside area. New signage is displayed on the lift towers and in the lift line with the phrase “Handouts Harm” and asking skiers […]
Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation is proud to announce the 2022 Hazie Werner Award recipient, Nancy Mucklow, a 30+ year resident of the Yampa Valley and longtime contributor to the local community. The Hazie Werner Award recognizes a local female community member who represents Hazie Werner’s legacy through volunteer work, community commitment and support of […]
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Through the sale of Uphill Access armbands, Steamboat Resort was able to donate$20,000 to Routt County Search and Rescue to aid with the purchase of a new rescue vehicle.
Steamboat Resort awarded $54,000 in 2021 to 64 Routt County students to help them achieve their higher education goals. Scholarships are based on school involvement, financial need, community service and academic achievement.
In 2021, SSRC Environmental Fund donated $177,000 to support local nonprofits in their ambitious environmental initiatives to reduce our carbon footprint, preserve natural resources and improve water and air quality.
In 2021, the Steamboat Resort Environmental Fund donated $27,000 to environmental nonprofits in our community, including Colorado Water Trust, Community Ag Alliance, Friends of the Yampa and others.
SSRC donated $10,000to LiftUp in 2021 to help support the most vulnerable in our community by providing resources and financial assistance to community members in need.
In 2021 SSRC donated $10,000 to Routt County United Way and provided employees paid time off to volunteer their time to support RCUW. Employees also pledged more than $6,000 through workplace giving.