Vail Resorts announces 49 recipients of $2.3 million in grants in Summit County |

Vail Resorts announces 49 recipients of $2.3 million in grants in Summit County

Vail announces 49 recipients of $2.3 million in grants

The Vail Resorts EpicPromise foundation announced the recipients of its 2018-19 community grants cycle in Summit County. Forty-nine local nonprofit organizations received a combined $2.3 million in cash and in-kind product support aimed at supporting the issues that matter most in and around the county. The Summit Community Care Clinic was chosen as the winner by Breck and Keystone employees for the EpicPromise Impact award, giving the clinic a boost to its grant.

“These grant recipients choose to use their skills and resources to make a difference in the lives of Summit County residents,” said John Buhler, vice president and chief operating officer of Breckenridge Ski Resort in a press release. “From providing affordable childcare, offering equitable access to recreation opportunities and working to improve mental health services, we are truly grateful to be able to partner with these recipients to address some of the most pressing issues facing Summit County.”

­— Deepan Dutta

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