Sharing the success of Summit’s nonprofits |

Sharing the success of Summit’s nonprofits

Text and photos by
Jessica Smith
Amy Jackson, of Advocates for Victims of Assault, and Jordan Schultz, of the Summit Community Care Clinic.
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Representatives of more than 50 Summit nonprofit organizations gathered in Breckenridge on Monday, Dec. 1, to celebrate the grants awarded for the EpicPromise 2014-15 grant cycle — more than $2.2 million to 57 local nonprofits — and to share stories of the successes their programs have achieved.

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