Choose to support CCAH
Everyone wants to make a difference … sometimes we just need to know how. In these challenging times, we know that you need to make decisions as to which nonprofit organizations you are going to support. We also know that you want to support strong, established organizations that make a difference in the community and directly benefit your quality of life. Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities (CCAH) is celebrating its 37th year as a nonprofit that has a direct, positive impact on the quality of life here in Carbondale and throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. Here’s why we deserve your support.
Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities’ mission is to enhance the creative life of the Carbondale community. CCAH offers a wide range of programs and events that give Carbondale its pulse. CCAH’s most popular events are Mountain Fair, Summer of Music and First Fridays. These events bring people to Carbondale from all over the country, which benefit restaurants, hotels, shops, and sales revenue. These events bring to the community a quality of entertainment and art not usually found in small towns. In addition to these events, CCAH offers programs from music appreciation to school programs which impact every demographic of our community.
When you support CCAH, you are investing in our community and making a difference. Please join us this year or give a gift of membership to your friends. It lasts for an entire year.
Board of Directors,
Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities:
Jeff Britt, Jess Downing, Jody Ensign,
Jane Hart, Elizabeth Phillips, Donna Riley,
Joe Scofield, Jonathan Shamis,
Mariana Velasquez-Schmahl and Bob Schultz
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