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19th Hole Concerts In Pagosa Springs

This summer’s highly anticipated 19th Hole Concerts at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club will feature a different local music talent each Thursday evening in June. The cover charge for each concert is $10, and all proceeds will be pooled and distributed evenly to the four selected nonprofits.

We are thankful for our amazing sponsors that cover all event expenses and make this impactful grant possible: Pagosa Springs Golf Club, Bank of Colorado, Best of Pagosa Springs, Two Old Crows Gallery, Healing Waters Resort & Spa, and our presenting sponsor: Tito’s Handmade Vodka!

2024 Nonprofit Timeline

  • Application will open: Thursday, February 8
  • Application will close: Thursday, March 7
  • Final organizations will be announced: Late March
  • All-participant planning meeting: Monday, April 15, 2:00 PM – save the date in case you are selected
  • All-participant wrap-up meeting: Monday, July 15, 2:00 PM 

Responsibilities

The Community Foundation Will:

  • Create an online grant application and assist selection committee.
  • Provide a bank for each event.
  • Handle back-office accounting, including paying for bands, graphic design, and printing.
  • Book music talent.
  • Coordinate limited paid advertising.
  • Bring nonprofits together for meaningful collaboration.

The Nonprofits Will:

  • Provide collaborative promotion and publicity for the entire concert series and for your specific event via all means possible, including social media, email outreach, and word of mouth.
  • Have 2-4 staff or board members help set up the event and collect a cover charge at the front gate.
  • Have 1-2 people at an information table to talk about your organization. Have a tip jar at your table (tips from the evening are direct donations for the featured nonprofit).
  • Have at least 2 volunteers assist with event clean up.
  • Attend organization meetings for project coordination (April 15, 2:00 PM and July 15, 2:00 PM at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club).
  • Execute one assigned marketing task for the events, as determined at the project coordination meeting.

To be eligible to apply, organizations must be a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) or be a project or organization under the fiscal agency of a 501(c)(3) organization. Organizations must serve Archuleta County. Grantees from 2023 are not eligible to apply.

19th Hole Concerts Application 2024

  • If you are using a fiscal sponsor to apply, provide the fiscal sponsor's EIN.
  • Max. file size: 64 MB.
    Please upload a letter from your fiscal sponsor, dated within the year, specifying that your nonprofit has authorization to use their tax deductible status. The fiscal sponsor should also stipulate that it will ensure that funds are expended for charitable purposes.
  • Describe your organization and its mission. (150 words or less.)
  • Provide a brief overview of the grant request to be considered for the 19th Hole Concerts: state how you intend to use the money, include community need and desired outcome. (250 words or less.)
  • Describe how you plan to promote/market the entire concert series to the Pagosa Springs community, for the greater benefit and success of all four concerts.
  • How many active volunteers/members/friends of your organization do you estimate will be available for participation in supporting and attending the concerts?
  • Does your organization have up to four volunteers/staff/board members who will work the evening of your assigned concert?
  • Provide any additional information you feel is important to share with the selection committee. (150 words or less.)
  • Upload a list of current board members. Include name, board position, and contact information (email/phone).
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • Upload a copy of your organization's current budget
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • Upload a copy of your organization's budget vs. actuals for the most recent completed fiscal year
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • Upload a brief history of the organization, mission, principal programs, and accomplishments – no more than 1 page.
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • If submission is successful, you should receive a message that says we will contact you shortly.

    If submission is not successful, scroll down to see what information is missing (highlighted in red).

2023 Grantees

2022 Grantees

2021 Grantees