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Fore! Four nonprofit grant opportunities coming in hot!

The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado has opened the 19th Hole grant application to Archuleta-based nonprofits.

This year marks the ninth annual 19th Hole Concerts at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club. The concert series features local musicians and provides a vital opportunity for nonprofits to earn funds while sharing their work with community-minded attendees. The nonprofit grant application will be open from February 8 until March 7.

Attendees will be asked to pay a $10 donation cover charge to support the four selected nonprofits. Earnings from the donations will be pooled and distributed equally among the participating organizations. In 2023, we had a record turnout, which generated the largest grants in the history of the concerts, raising nearly $3,500 more than the previous year. Each organization received $2,625 in funding for their causes.

This year, the concerts will take place over four Thursday evenings in June from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The official dates and music lineup are as follows:

June 6 – Jason Rose and Denise Chaney (Jackson Mountain Ramblers)

June 13 – Bo DePena

June 20 – San Juan Mountain Boys

June 27 – Bob Hemenger

An updated list of selected nonprofits will be shared later in March.

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.

The nonprofit application for the 19th Hole Concerts can be found HERE.

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