Kudos and Kindness
Generosity from Clark’s
I would like to thank Clark’s Market for its continued support of Aspen Youth Center through its Cash Saver Program. This wonderful partnership between Clark’s and their customers provides much-needed funding to our community’s nonprofit organizations. $118.50 was raised through the Cash Saver Program, which will support Aspen Youth Center’s free youth programs. Thank you for helping us remain free for all kids!
Development manager, Aspen Youth Center
Art museum gives back
Aspen Youth Center would like to thank the Aspen Art Museum for bringing the Four-Day Art Challenge to the Aspen Youth Center during Spring Break, March 24 through 28. Each day brought new, fun experiences for each and every youth that participated. Activities included: painting with peanut butter and jelly, sports graffiti, stop-motion film making, book making and other fun, creative projects. By offering the Four-Day Art Challenge to our valley’s youth, Aspen Art Museum helped kids to express themselves in new and innovative ways. Aspen Youth Center is thankful for such a creative nonprofit partner!
Aspen Youth Center
March donations at Thrift Shop
Every month volunteers at The Thrift Shop of Aspen meet to continue to accomplish our mission: to make grants to other non-profit organizations in the Roaring Fork Valley. We are grateful to all the community members who continue to support our efforts by donating and purchasing gently used clothing and household items. For the month of March we are pleased to announce the following recipients: Youth Recovery Center, Wyly Community Art Center, Windwalkers EAL & Therapy Center, Columbine Home Health, Lucky Day Animal Rescue, Aspen Science Center, Snowmass Community Outreach Fund, Early Childhood Center, Aspen Choral Society, Fat City Farmers and Roaring Fork Leadership.
PR Committee, Thrift Shop of Aspen
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