Breckenridge Grand Vacations gives away more than $300K in spring grants

BRECKENRIDGE — Nonprofit organizations in Summit and Park counties have been awarded $318,352 by Breckenridge Grand Vacations as part of its spring grant cycle. The grants will fund projects for 38 local organizations in education, health and human services:

  • $99,329 was granted to 16 organizations in the education field
  • $97,500 was given to 12 organizations in the human services sector
  • $60,773 was granted to one local health organization from the Rob Millisor Heart Health Fund
  • $60,750 went to nine other beneficiaries

Breckenridge Grand Vacations’ grants program is managed by BGV Gives, a program created to support nonprofit organizations in Summit and Park counties through fundraising, sponsorships, grants, volunteering and in-kind donations. The program funds capital projects, special event sponsorships, programs, equipment, scholarships, educational materials and general operating support, among other needs.

The grants program has totaled $2.3 million in giving in the past five years. To learn more, call Deb Edwards at 970-547-8748.

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